AT A GLANCE
- Friendly personalised service
- Superior customer service
- Herb permanent colour
- Full head highlights
- Located on Rundle Mall
Every service at Underground Hair Cutters, begins with a professional consultation to target your needs and concerns.
Escape production line mentality, go Underground Hair Cutters. Specialising in style precision cutting, Ammonia free hair colouring and organic hair care, Underground Hair Cutters has been providing a fresh, alternative approach to hairdressing for over 40 years. Our very experienced stylists offer you quality individual, honest and practical advice in all aspects of hair care.
Every service at Underground Hair Cutters, begins with a professional consultation to target your needs and concerns followed by a style that’s modern and practical so you can recreate the style at home.
At Underground Hair Cutters, we offer a complete system of organic colours, products and rituals. These protect your hair during processing to deliver ultimate shine and silkiness and improve the condition of your hair. Our service is second to none!
Underground Hair Cutters is the leader in the industry, from the precision cut, the amazing coffee and our down to earth approach will finally make you realise. You are home!
Underground Hair Cutters is Adelaide’s longest running salon. In 1963 Tony Caruso left Sicily bound for Australia where he quickly established himself as Adelaide’s number 1 barber at Scott’s Barber Shop in Rundle Street (now Rundle Mall) In 1967 Tony opened his own hair salon, the first men’s shop to.
Have wash basins & branch away from ‘just the barber shop mentality’ Tony also styled hair which was something no one else did back then for men.
Business flourished from 3 chairs to 12 with personalised service and old fashioned hard work. In 1980 he switched to Ladies, relocated further down the mall to Underground’s current site at 95 Rundle Mall downstairs opposite the Iconic Silver Balls.
Davide, his son joined him in 1986. After his apprenticeship, Davide made his own mark in Adelaide.