With clients that cannot stop talking about the salon magic at Ginger and Curls, it’s clear this place has curly hair written all over it. Offering dry style cuts, cutting each curl individually and hydration and education treatments, this team follow the Curly Girl Method.
Gippsland curlies rejoice! This quaint, home based salon is run by two seasoned curly specialists.
Often referred to as mousy brown, it’s a light to medium ‘ash’ brown that can sometimes have red undertones. A good hairdresser will recognise the difference between this and a true mousy blonde (which has a much more red tone to it) and be able to colour your hair to create a rich chestnut or mahogany brown.
The team at Fabric Hair are pros when it comes to working with all different hair types, especially curls. Clients can expect a great cut, as well as tips for keeping their curls looking good in-between salon visits.
The whole team at Maiden Hair is all about empowering clients to live their best curly life. They offer a range of specialised curly hair services including dry cuts, education and treatments. They also stock salon quality curly girl friendly products such as Everescents and Jessicurl.
The team at Mousey Brown specialise in dry haircutting, which works particularly well with curls. Their ethos is ‘minimal fuss, maximum impact hair’. They also offer a range of specialised curly hair services, including colouring and hair consultations.
Known as the ‘curly hair whisperer’, Fleur loves working with wavy and curly locks. She uses a deconstructed method of dry cutting and an artistic flare to create shapes that compliment your personal features and personality. She also offers a variety of specialised curly hair treatments and education, using Jessicurl and Everescents products which are specifically designed to be curly girl friendly.
If you’re looking to add a touch of colour to your luscious locks, try Teddy Bear Blonde. This trending blonde shade is warm and inviting with a beautiful ashy undertone, ideal for anyone with curly or wavy hair.
A curly girl’s dream, Haylo Hair is a salon that loves curls! Their specialised menu includes a dry cut which is shaped around each individual curl, personalised consultations and co-wash and styling sessions. They also offer a full range of Curly Girl products and treatments.
Located in Geelong, the studio is run by two amazing curl specialists with decades of experience. The home based salon creates gorgeous hair in a warm and friendly environment. The team is known for their specialised curl cuts, colouring skills and education on how to style and care for your curls at home.
Whether you’re looking for a great haircut or want to learn more about taking care of your wavy, curly or textured mane, we hope this list has helped you find the perfect stylist for you. Remember to keep hydrated with your favourite curl friendly products and rock your strands with a bit of sass!
Neel Loves Curls
Finding the right hairdresser is tricky enough – but when you’ve got curly locks, it can be a quest of epic proportions. Folk with luscious kinks and coils spend years barber-hopping, salon-sampling and enduring innumerable smile-through-the-tears moments as new hairdressers fumble with their tangled mop.
Brighton-born Neel Morley is a curl guru. He opened Australia’s first curly-centric salon, and his clients – or ‘curlfriends’ as he calls them – travel interstate (and even internationally) for his services.
His cosy spot is above Quick Brown Fox on Brunswick Street in Fitzroy, and he books out faster than you can say ‘frizz is just a curl waiting to happen’. Call or text his work phone (0451 001 433) or check his Instagram page for last-minute availabilities. Neel’s ethos is one of community, and he regularly conducts events to thank nurses who cared for him during his illness, and the donors of his life-saving organ. He also teaches people with curly hair how to take better care of their locks at home.melbourne curly hair salon