Maiolo Hair Salon
Hairdressers - Sydney, NSW
Maiolo Salon represents an exceptional level of inventive and specialised benchmarks in hairdressing and makeup combined with an surpassing level of service.
Sydney's best kept secret
Located on Level 2 of the iconic Strand Arcade, is an elegant and welcoming space and showcases Robert’s flair for interiors as much as it celebrates his talents for cutting and styling and commitment to service and quality.
Maiolo Salon's interior design is rich in antique elegance and accented with a modern eclectic edge. Integrating the grandeur of London high society homes with the exclusivity of salons in New York, Robert has successfully created a unique and prestigious establishment.
Robert and his team of hairdressers and colourists look forward to welcoming existing and new clients to Maiolo Salon at The Strand Arcade, Sydney.
Robert enjoyed a high profile career in the UK where he tended to an A-list of celebrity clients. He now offers the ultimate luxurious experience at Maiolo Sydney Salon, where he and his team offer an outstanding level of creative and technical standards in hair.
With more than 20 years experience working as a hairdresser in Sydney, London and New York, Robert has cultured his hairstyling finesse by working with some of the finest in the international hairdressing industry, including renowned hairdresser John Frieda.
During his career, Robert has styled the locks of high calibre celebrities such as Nicole Kidman, Kate Moss, Jude Law, Liam Gallagher and Rachael Weisz and has also worked on music video clips such as Robbie Williams’ ‘Let me entertain you’.
Robert provided creative hairstyling services to support top international designers such as Chanel, Tommy Hilfiger, Emanuel Ungaro, Alexander McQueen, Vivienne Westwood, Ben de Lisi and Fendi for runway shows in Milan, Paris and London.
He also expressed his artistic genius working on advertising campaigns and editorial fashion shoots for British Vogue, Italian Vogue, British Elle, British marie claire as well as national newspapers such as the Daily Mail and the Sunday Times.