Indiana's longest operating hair salon with a highly educated and passionate staff that would love to accommodate your wellness and beauty needs. As one of the longest standing salons in Indiana, we are proud to say that even though things change, one thing has not - our focus on partnership with our clients & friends. Established in 1959, Corner House Salon was designed to be your own private corner of the world, a place for you to relax and unwind. Today, the same thing rings true. We know that when you look your best, you feel the best. And that is our number one priority.
My name is Enisa Ena Lukovic. I was born and raised in Europe – in Montenegro, which was formerly Yugoslavia. My family immigrated to the United States in the 1970's and I followed in 1990. In 1998, I began my career as a registered esthetician in New York and New Jersey. Over the years, I have graciously enjoyed the opportunity I have had to grow with my clients with the support of my children, family, and friends.
My passion and dedication have only strengthened throughout the 25 years I have dedicated to my career in the skin care profession. I take pride in witnessing the positive effects in my clients’ lives - both personally and professionally. A woman's self-image and confidence can be largely impacted by improved facial and body skin complexion. The heightened empowerment I witness as a result of my work is one of the most rewarding outcomes of my many dedicated years in practice and continued education all throughout Europe.
Ena is a certified microblading and permanent cosmetic specialist located in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and owner of Ena's Spa & CornerHouse Salon. In addition to her permanent makeup services, she also holds training courses to help others expand their services or start a new path. She completed her training all over Europe and believes microblading is an art form, not just a beauty treatment. She is dedicated to creating beautiful eyebrows for every client, as they are a walking showcase of her artistic expression. Her top priority is helping her students and clients look and feel their best!
European facial techniques include more massage and touch, a more holistic approach; after all, Europeans are pioneers in facial care. In contrast, American facial treatments are quicker and medically focused - with stronger lights, plastic gloves, more machines, less ambience overall. I include both. I sneak in the machines after my clients relax. The goal is to always have them on the edge of sleep with lighting, aromas, sounds and touch. They leave renewed, in peace and very happy.