One of the many challenges in moving to a new city/country (aside from figuring out how to grocery shop and drive!) is finding a good person to cut your hair! Here are a few recommendations of fellow expats in Vienna who searched high and low for their favorite haircutters and stylists!
If your fabulous stylist isn’t on our list, leave us a comment!
- Bundy & Bundy – multiple locations; Marietta in the 1st district speaks perfect English; she does excellent up-do’s as well as cuts.
- Hair Affair – By Karin. I love my hairdresser Claudia at Hair Affair. She’s great with color, does nice cuts, does beautiful up-dos for balls, speaks great English, is very friendly, and is not expensive. The shop is on tram line 1 by the stop for Johan Strauss Gasse in the 4th district – just about a 10-12 minute ride from Schottentor. Today I had a color, cut, and conditioner for 65 euros. She gets that I want color that is natural. She gets that I don’t want to spend 25 extra euros to dry/style my hair on a warm sunny day. I would love for her to get some new clients – she’s a very hard worker and someone I will truly miss.
- Hair Wolf – many of the staff speak English, stylist Jacky is especially recommended (also speaks Turkish), store carries Redken and Bumble and Bumble products.
- Aveda Salon – G-Room services (some English is spoken)
- Salon Tampier (no website; English spoken, Tel: 4799920), Bastiengasse 16, 1180 Vienna
- Sandra Fischer’s salon (limited English spoken; bring a picture! Reasonable prices e.g. wash, cut, blow around 50 Euros)
- Hairbusters – multiple stores but the location in the 19th comes recommended, particularly the hairstylist Oxana (no English; reasonable prices – wash, cut, and blow dry about 40 Euros; she also cuts kids’ hair)
- Klipp – similar to the U.S. haircuttery, great for kid haircuts
- DM stores Book here Your appointment German language site that makes it easy to book appointments close to you.