Men & Women's Hairstylist Logo Ideas:
This logo uses the Rosarivo typeface — an elegant and luxurious option typically associated with women. The aviation-esque icon is trendy and futuristic, implying that your services are a cut above the rest. The aviation style brings a more gender neutral flair. Perfect for a high-end, unisex salon.
This simple yet powerful logo uses the quaint, eclectic style of the Alice font along with purple to symbolize luxury, extravagance, and creativity. The omission of an icon lets the business's name take center stage and draws attention to the embellishments on the font.
The use of the Ubuntu typeface, with the Ubuntu philosophy that everyone enjoys the same benefits, nicely complements the ideal of a unisex hairstylist. The icon appears to combine scissors and a crown, which adds a sense of playfulness when depicted in bright pink and purple.
This fun, quirky icon highlights both aspects of your hairstylist business — the scissors are used for trimming moustaches and hair. The purple color symbolizes the creativity of your hairstylists. Combined with the old style elegance of the Crimson Text typeface, this makes for a cool, retro logo.
The solid background helps this more delicate icon to stand out. The use of gold denotes wealth, prestige, and high-quality styling. The gold, combined with the black background, creates an air of exclusivity. The Sorts Mill Goudy typeface adds to the elegance of this logo with its old style charm.
The stars in this icon suit the futuristic element of the word "Lab" in this business name but could also work as a metaphor for your expertise. The pink color gives the scissors a steel-like look. The Noto Serif typeface is visually harmonious and translates well across a wide variety of mediums.
This clever use of scissors creates a rounded floral motif that is soft and inviting. The pink color palette adds to the sense of friendliness which is further echoed by the Ubuntu Bold font. A beautiful icon that makes the idea of scissors near your head less scary, especially for young children!
The thick, simple lines of the Ubuntu typeface complement this interesting icon, which shows someone having their facial hair trimmed by a large pair of scissors. Purple is sometimes associated with women and contrasts with the icon to show that your hair salon doesn't only cater to men.
Circular shapes in logos are great for giving businesses an approachable feel. The rounded icon combined with the Ubuntu typeface adds a friendly and inviting air to this logo. In advertising, purple is associated with luxury and elegance. It thus works well for a beauty-oriented business.
The combination of black and gold in this logo design creates a formal, elegant appeal. The Laila typeface adds a sense of friendliness that feels welcoming and is echoed by the beautiful floral design of the icon, created by cleverly interlocking scissors to showcase what your business does.
How do you make a men and women's hairstylist logo?
Think about what you want your brand to convey. Sophisticated? Trendy? High-end? Then, try experimenting with the many icons, fonts, and colors available with our free men and women's hairstylist logo generator.
What are some great ideas for a men and women's hairstylist logo?
Play around with typefaces like Ubuntu and Laila or fonts like Alice to create a friendly, inviting impression. You can also experiment with unisex icons that show people's faces or elements thereof. Colors such as orange and yellow are not only eye-catching, pleasant, and joyful, but are also traditionally considered to be unisex colors.
Where can I find logo ideas for my hairstyling business?
Take a look at our men and women's hairstylist logo ideas or try Zarla — a free logo maker that generates hundreds of logos in seconds. These can all be customized by color, icon, and font. Once you are happy with your logo, you can download it.
Where can I download free men and women's hairstylist logos?
You can create, edit, and download free men and women's hairstylist logos with Zarla by clicking "Edit" on one of the examples above, or by going to our home page.