Ivana Di Piero Hair Studio celebrates 25th anniversary

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Ivana Di Piero with her sister Maria Spilotro.
Ivana Di Piero with her sister Maria Spilotro.


Ivana Di Piero Hair Studio in Norridge recently celebrated a quarter century of making life more beautiful for customers and community alike.

Born in Italy and a resident of the Chicago area since the age of 2, Di Piero was raised in Norridge since the age of 9. She graduated from John V. Leigh School and Ridgewood High School, where she took the cosmetology class that launched her career.

Di Piero opened for business on Aug. 21, 1991, thanks to her husband, Frank, who came home with the lease and said, “Here’s your shop.” The couple bought the property in which the studio is currently located in 1994.

Their staff has grown over the years from four to 13, including her older sister, Maria Spilotro.

The couple has been proud to share their success with the community. Ivana serves as a director on the Ridgewood High School Foundation Board and the couple takes part in the school’s mentoring mission.

For coverage in Pioneer Press, click here.

Ivana with her husband, Frank.
Ivana with her husband, Frank.

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  1. This is such a great hair salon in Harwood Heights and has been there for so long! It definitely is a part of history for the community. Thanks for putting this together and congrats!

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