Our Short Guide To Curly Hair Salons In Milan

We travel north to the fashion capital of the world to see where the curly girls and boys in Milan go to get their hair cut.

Curly hair woman in Milan with her back facing us, looking out at the sea from a balcony on a bright, sunny day.
Girl looking outside the window in Italy. Photo: Jakob Owens on Unsplash.

Without losing momentum, we decided to make this topic a series across various cities in Italy. We started off exploring the salons of Rome, and now we travel north to the fashion capital of the world to see where the curly girls and boys in Milan go to get their hair cut.

Brazilian Curly

 
 
 
 
 
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Brazilian Curly was founded by Brazilian Cecila Costa, after moving to Italy in 2015 and struggling to maintain her hair as well as she used to in her home country. Seeing the gap in the market, she founded the salon as well as a company to import specialist hair products from Brazil, Beleza Pura. She is passionate about Brazilian Curly Therapy, and uses her salon to educate, inspire, and transform.

Brazilian Curly ,Viale Andrea Doria 28, 20124 Milan

Ricci Hair Studios

 
 
 
 
 
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Despite the name, Ricci Hair Studios is not exclusively for curly hair — they handle a mix of straight- and curly-haired clients with ease, and a look through their Instagram account shows they are very comfortable with more creating edgy styles. The salon also offers coloring, hair lightening and balayage, hair treatments, and even setting curls.

Ricci Hair Salon, Via Felice Casati, angolo, Via Alessandro Tadino, 20124 Milan

I Love Riccio

 
 
 
 
 
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As mentioned in our previous roundup, I Love Riccio’s original salon was founded in Milan and has now produced three ateliers in the city: two on Via Bartolini, and one in Città Studi on Via Beato Angelico. Founder Fulvio Tirrico is based in Milan, and makes appearances from time to time at the three ateliers.

I Love Riccio Atelier 49 Milano, Via Bartolini 49, 20155 Milan