Good hairdressing salons in Munich: 8 recommendations - Rausgegangen
Do you fancy a change or are you looking for a new regular hairdresser? Here are eight hairdressing salons in Munich that are worth a visit.
Don't Call It A Gambeck
Behind the hairdressing salon in Giesing is Cristoph Gambeck, who has made a name for himself as a make-up artist, creative trainer and master hairdresser. As a partner for his own salon, he has brought the sustainable brand AVEDA on board, whose products are based on the power of plants and pure essential oils. And the team around him can also boast a wealth of experience. As you can see, you're in the best hands here - and that also applies to the use of the products.
Welcome to Feli and Lisa's living room! The two ladies have fulfilled a long-standing dream with their hairdressing salon and you can feel their passion for the space they have created every time you visit. It is remarkably cozy and comfortable here - just like a living room. This is also the style in which they provide advice: The intimate and personal atmosphere makes you want to make a change or two to your own hair. In addition to cutting and styling, you can also book beauty treatments at Das Wohnzimmer. Ladies consultation/wash/cut/blow-dry: 55 euros
Men's consultation/wash/cut/dry: 35 euros
If you are looking for a good cut at a fair price, NEW HAIR is the right place for you. There are now five locations in Munich - in Frauenstrasse, Grillparzerstrasse, Hohenzollenerstrasse, Leopoldstrasse and Sendlingerstrasse. This is good in that you can always get an appointment at NEW HAIR at very short notice. Incidentally, NEW HAIR was the first hairdresser in Germany with Cut & Go in Munich in 1985. Incidentally, there is no difference in prices here - women and men pay the same price for all treatments.Cut & Go = consultation, wash, cut & blow-dry yourself: 47 euros
Cut & Go Campus (students, pupils): Consultation, wash, cut & blow-dry yourself: 40 euros
Team spirit is a top priority at Hutter Mayer in Maxvorstadt. Each of the employed artists specializes in their respective field and has a wealth of international experience. For example, you will end up with Lisa or Kim, the two color artists, when it comes to a color change. The prices at Hutter Mayer are anything but cheap, but you benefit from the many years of experience of all the staff, including the owners Lukas Mayer and Dominik Hutter. Ladies' haircuts including consultation, shampoo and styling products: 90 euros
Men's haircut including consultation, shampoo, styling products: 70 euros
I have often been a guest at Meininghaus in Isarvorstadt and have always left the salon extremely satisfied. This was partly due to the pleasant atmosphere in the store (no bright lights) and the feeling of being in good hands. The team around art director Tobi knows how to deal with all hair and wishes. So it doesn't matter who you end up booking your appointment with. As Meininghaus is also the largest company-independent academy for hairdressers in Germany, there may well be a training course or two taking place next to you in the chair or a make-up artist at work, with prices varying depending on the qualifications of the employee. Prices start at 60 euros for women and 40 euros for men. You can find an overview here.
Nasi and Buba. These are the names of the two young women behind KAZÚ in Glockenbach. The hairdressing salon impresses with lots of marble, pleasant colors and huge line drawings of women on the walls. The owners want their salon to show that hairdressing is not just a craft, but a symbiosis of diversity, know-how, talent, individuality and a lot of heart. In addition to a haircut, you can also get balayage, highlights, bleaching or an Olaplex treatment at KAZÚ. From hair to face: Nasi and Buba also offer eyelash tinting, make-up and eyebrow tweezing. So if you're looking for a little makeover, this is the place for you.ladies consultation/wash/cut/blow-dry: from 65 euros
Men's consultation/wash/cut/blow-dry: from 48 euros
The BioHairSpa salons prove that organic products and a vital head of hair are not mutually exclusive. The team consists of top stylists and hair beauticians who offer you a modern and holistic BioHair concept. This means that the focus here is not only on the perfect cut, but also on a healthy scalp and vital hair. To achieve this goal, BioHairSpa works with high-quality natural products (in care and coloring) and natural materials, special organic techniques and a lot of respect for the uniqueness and individuality of your hair. There are now a total of three salons in Munich - two in Schwabing and one in the city center. The salon in Feilitzschstraße covers 200 square meters with a color area, an infrared lounge, cosmetic treatment rooms, massage beds with a relaxing wash basin and a styling area.BioHairSpa care, cut & styling ladies: 64 euros (price refers to the salon in Schwabing)
BioHairSpa care, cut & styling for men: 45 euros (price refers to the salon in Schwabing)
First-class hairdressing meets sustainability and good music - welcome to the Barberella hairdressers in Glockenbach and Maxvorstadt. The two salons are very exemplary when it comes to climate neutrality, sustainable packaging and green electricity. They have also brought the plant-based brand AVEDA on board. If this aspect is important to you during your visit to the hairdresser, you are making a very good choice with one of the two salons. The Barberella salons are also specialists in ombre and balayage techniques. And: good music. When booking an appointment, you can check in advance which genre will be playing in the salon on the day. Prices vary depending on the individual length and quantity of your hair Wash, cut and blow-dry for ladies: from 50 euros
Men's wash, cut and blow-dry: from 40 euros