Dayaruci

Born and raised in Spain, Dayaruci started doing hair in the mid-eighties. This creative period inspired a strong aesthetic sensibility in Dayaruci and greatly influenced his vision of style, art and fashion.

After completing his training in Madrid, he looked to Berlin in the late eighties to pursue his journey, where he started his career as a freelance hairstylist. After three years, Dayaruci then moved to Milan where he built his career as a top hairstylist traveling extensively all around the globe working for international magazines, brands and fashion shows. In the late nineties he moved to London where he has established himself as an international stylist traveling between Paris and London frequently, creating a beautiful, unique and fresh way to do hair.

Dayaruci’s editorial contributions include Vogue UK, Vogue España, Vogue Japan, Vanity Fair, ELLE UK, ELLE France, ELLE Italia, InStyle, L’Uomo Vogue, Flair, Nylon, Dazed and Confused, GQ, Esquire.

He has collaborated with photographers such Arthur Elgort, Lorenzo Agius, John Akehurst, Lacey, Norman Jean Roy, Diego Uchitel, Nick Knight, David Dunan, Greg Williams, Perry Ogden, Sean + Seng, Josh Olins, Rankin, Damon Baker and Colette De Barros.

The finish and attention to detail in Dayaruci’s style, together with his calm and easy going nature has earned him a loyal clientele. Dayaruci’s career is highlighted with a vast array of celebrity clients. He is a favorite hairstylist to Jane Fonda, Rihanna, Eva Longoria, Michelle Williams, Rosamund Pike, Freida Pinto, Lena Dunham, Nicole Scherzinger, Ruth Wilson, Mia Goth, Lily James and Hailee Steinfeld.

Dayaruci has worked with an extensive range of advertising clients, including L’Oreal, Burberry, Topshop, Aquascutum, Jaeger, La Perla, Levis, Garnier, Agent Provocateur, Missoni, Jigsaw, Energie Jeans, Anthropologie, Marks and Spencer, Clarks, Joop, Bodyshop, Net-a-Porter, Clynol, Wella and Laura Ashley.

Dayaruci currently resides in London and speaks fluent Spanish, English, Italian, French and German.