Barbershop for men. 5 advises from UK's Top Barbers and Celebrity Groomers How To check if Your Barber is good

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5 tips from Top Barbers and Celebrity Groomers: How To check if Your Barber is good

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Finding quality Barbershop? It's Easy If You Do It Smart: 5 live advises from 5 top barbers and celebrity groomers

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How often have you heard saying: “you buy cheap, you buy twice,”? It hold true for clothing, jewelry, cars and, let’s be honest, even food. Unfortunately, there is no hope of a second “better cut” when it comes to barbers. At least not in the month or two.

 

So what to do, what to do… ? 

 

Guys from FashionBeans.com did a marvellous job consulting 6 UK’s top barbers and celebrity groomers to get 12 pieces of advice from Professional Barbers on how to spot an excellent barber and what’s are the red flags you should know using barber services to go out with quality haircut and no unwelcome surprises.

barber shop how to choose. Good barber shops

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How to pick a professional barber shop

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You should be advised on what products to use for your specific hair type, what styling products to use to keep the haircut looking its best and any tips for styling your hair – if a hairdresser or barber is unable or unwilling to do this, stay away in the future.

Celebrity men’s hairstylist and owner of Joe & Co, Joe Mills.

#2

[Never go back to a] barber who doesn’t consider shaving aftercare. After shaving is finished, they should clear the face of any creamy remnants and administer a second hot towel, to relieve the face of the exertions of the blade. Just because the skin has no cuts, it doesn’t mean that recovery from fatigue isn’t necessary.

Ted’s Grooming Room’s master barber. 

#3

A barber should pay interest to you every time you sit down in the chair and know what you do in your work and social life. If they ask the same questions every time – they’ve not paid attention.

Founder of barbershop and grooming brand Pankhurst London, Brent Pankhurst.

#4

It takes, on average, 10-minutes for tools to be sterilised. If your barber is simply dipping a comb in Barbercide or spraying the clippers in front of you, the chances are the equipment being used is not sterilised.

General manager at Pall Mall Barbers, Daniel Davies. 

#5

It does not matter what price you are paying, a barbershop needs to be spotless. If they don’t care about the shop, they probably don’t care about your hair.

Director of Manifesto London, Mikey Pearson. 
Finding quality Barbershop? It's Easy If You Do It Smart: 5 live advises from 5 top barbers and celebrity groomers

#

How often have you heard saying: “you buy cheap, you buy twice,”? It hold true for clothing, jewelry, cars and, let’s be honest, even food. Unfortunately, there is no hope of a second “better cut” when it comes to barbers. At least not in the month or two.

 

So what to do, what to do… ? 

 

Guys from FashionBeans.com did a marvellous job consulting 6 UK’s top barbers and celebrity groomers to get 12 pieces of advice from Professional Barbers on how to spot an excellent barber and what’s are the red flags you should know using barber services to go out with quality haircut and no unwelcome surprises.

barber shop how to choose. Good barber shops

Photo by Chris Knight on Unsplash

How to pick a professional barber shop

#1

You should be advised on what products to use for your specific hair type, what styling products to use to keep the haircut looking its best and any tips for styling your hair – if a hairdresser or barber is unable or unwilling to do this, stay away in the future.

Celebrity men’s hairstylist and owner of Joe & Co, Joe Mills.

#2

[Never go back to a] barber who doesn’t consider shaving aftercare. After shaving is finished, they should clear the face of any creamy remnants and administer a second hot towel, to relieve the face of the exertions of the blade. Just because the skin has no cuts, it doesn’t mean that recovery from fatigue isn’t necessary.

Ted’s Grooming Room’s master barber. 

#3

A barber should pay interest to you every time you sit down in the chair and know what you do in your work and social life. If they ask the same questions every time – they’ve not paid attention.

Founder of barbershop and grooming brand Pankhurst London, Brent Pankhurst.

#4

It takes, on average, 10-minutes for tools to be sterilised. If your barber is simply dipping a comb in Barbercide or spraying the clippers in front of you, the chances are the equipment being used is not sterilised.

General manager at Pall Mall Barbers, Daniel Davies. 

#5

It does not matter what price you are paying, a barbershop needs to be spotless. If they don’t care about the shop, they probably don’t care about your hair.

Director of Manifesto London, Mikey Pearson. 

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