Corinne Brown


About Corinne Brown


"Let’s clear the air for a minute. This isn’t actually a church. It’s a hair salon called CHURCH. And while I know this might be a little confusing, there’s a good reason why it’s named that. CHURCH is a place where you can come as you are and leave as a better version of yourself. 


Here’s the thing: a lot of salons say they can make you fit a specific image. But at CHURCH, I’ll help you craft your own. I’ve spent a decade helping a wide variety of people, from average Joes to professional models, express themselves through color, cut, and styling. And what I’ve learned is that everyone has their own version of lookin’ smokin’. One person’s brunette bob is another person’s pink fauxhawk. Whatever your heart’s desire, I’ll help you be the edgiest, or the prettiest, or the coolest, or the weirdest version of YOU. So if you come in wanting the best and brightest version of your blonde locks, I’m not gonna to push you towards a peach and purple mullet. (Unless that’s what you want. It sounds awesome.)


We all look and feel our best when we’re living authentically. Whether your hair is thick or thin, dark, light, or anywhere in between, I’ll enhance the things you like about yourself the most. Come to CHURCH and let’s make you a sensation. "


—Corinne Brown // Owner and Hairstylist



Corinne has had quite the journey in her 10 years as a hairdresser.  She abandoned a career in nursing to train in hairdressing and from her humble beginnings as an apprentice she maintained persistence and determination gaining her the title of  #1 up and coming colorist by an industry magazine as well as having her work grace the covers of multiple magazines.  To top it all off Corinne became an international gold winner for Goldwell's Colorzoom 2015 competition enabling her to join the global team and create the 2017 IN FLUX collection. 


Corinne is well known for her edgy style and love of pushing beauty boundaries.  She is passionate about elevating the hairdressing industry through the education. It is her firm belief that through 

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