Gaetano Dickie Ferriuolo has provided premium hair care in New Haven and New York City since 1963. His resume reads like a Who's Who of contemporary hair design: Backup Stylist for Paul Mitchell, Program Director and Model Consultant for Jerry C., Assistant Runway Stylist for John Sahag — you may well have seen his work in footage of a runway show! Locally, he designs hair for the Yale Rep Theater, and is a model and actor consultant. Dickie has evolved with the times, as styles have changed over the years. Now, in the new millennium, he has added Certified Curl Consultant to his impressive resume- he was personally trained by Lorraine Massey and Sheri Harbry in the DevaChan Studio in New York City. He has been cutting curly hair throughout his career, and really believes in DevaCurl techniques and products! An appointment with Dickie not only involves a great hairstyle, but also a lively conversation, a fact well known to the many customers who will travel to New Haven even after they have moved away, just to keep getting his great hair care!
This revolutionary cutting technique was designed for all natural textures, from wavy to super curly. Hair is sculpted curl-by-curl, while dry, in its natural state. This service includes a transformation service.
From wavy to super curly, the beauty of this service is the customized design for every client. This luxurious process begins with a healthy botanical cleanse and condition, followed by a styling and coaching session for at-home curl care.
Stylists at this salon
Not working here any longer
I WISH she still worked here. I can totally see why she distanced herself from this place. I made an extremely bad decision and let Dikkie cut my hair. I should have known better. I never liked him or his work when I used to see Diane. I wrote a separate review for him. If anyone knows what salon Diane works in now, please put me in contact. [email protected]
I'm a long time Deva curl devotee. How this guy or his disgusting salon got on their band wagon, I have no idea🙃. SO angry. I called. Was asked to come in immediately. Red flag number 1. Why would an owner, or the "First ever platform artist to promote Deva curl" (his words), have an empty schedule? Red flag number 2: his nasty appearance and crude manners. A mullet? Pinky rings? Calling me "doll"? #3: Zero cutting skills, What a mess. Looks like he hasn't purchased new scissors in decades Dirty station. Ancient techniques. Did not listen to my instructions. HORRIBLE haircut. #4: Crude and tacky conversation. Gross sexual innuendo. Demeaning comments about his competition, and former co workers. Ugh If I wasn't so angry I would cry. My previously long, stylish hair is a friggin mullet now. I'm definitely contacting Deva and recommending that they distance themselves from this whack job. I hated everything about him and his shop. I don't think anyone else works there. (NO surprise) Heed my advice: stay away.
Knows curly hair!
Dickie knows curly hair and between him and Deva Curl Products I now have made peace with my curly hair and actually like my hair. No stylist has ever made my difficult hair look so good.