For many wavy, curly and textured haired people, finding the right haircut is challenging. There are many salons who claim to be curly hair specialists, but prioritize social media styling and product sales over effective haircutting.
Jess is a Gippsland based curl specialist who empowers her clients to embrace their natural waves, coils and curves. Using a deconstructed dry cutting method and artistic flare, she shapes hair to compliment an individuals lifestyle and unique features.
Finding a good hairdresser is difficult enough, but for those with curly locks, it can be an absolute mission. From unruly kinks to envy-inducing ringlets, these salons are experts in curling and will leave you with luscious locks that ooze confidence and a whole lot of style.
Known for truly listening to clients and making sure their cuts are curly hair friendly, this team loves curls almost as much as they love their customers. This Gippsland-based salon will have you embracing your natural texture with a smile on your face and the knowledge to maintain it between appointments.
Rhodes Hair & Spa
Rhodes Hair & Spa is a deluxe hair and beauty salon in Hawthorn, offering the ultimate in rejuvenation and luxury. They offer a range of services including haircuts, styling, and colours, as well as facials and massages.
Swathed in Aveda aromas, this eastern suburbs bible belt of beauty has ‘curl love’ written all over it. Expect a carefully planned, precise curly consultation that takes into account your future follicle plans and daily routines.
Arriving five minutes before your appointment allows time to check in and relax with a cup of soothing tea or water. If you are unable to attend your scheduled treatment, please cancel your booking online or contact the studio.
Most people believe that the phrase one’s name is mud originated from the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln by John Wilkes Booth. When Booth jumped from the presidential box seats onto the stage at Ford’s Theater breaking his leg, he was aided by Doctor Samuel Mudd who set his broken leg. When the government found out about this they arrested Mudd and charged him as a conspirator in the plot.
However, Dr. Mudd was pardoned by President Johnson and he died of pneumonia in 1883. It turns out that the phrase actually existed long before this and was first written about in A Dictionary of the Turf by John Badcock in 1823.
The best curly hairdressers specialise in embracing and supporting curls, waves, kinks and textures. They know that curls can be a little more complicated than straight strands and take the time to educate their clients on the specific needs of their hair.
Heavily influenced by the Deva cutting technique, this salon offers a full range of services for all types of curls. Expect a precision cut and a lesson in how to keep your curls hydrated between salon visits. Book your appointment on Fresha using their website or app to experience this curl-loving salon yourself. You won’t be disappointed! They also stock Curl Girl Method products.curly hairdresser Melbourne