Be Stubborn

Be Stubborn

I'm gonna tell you a little about my wife, Michelle.  It might be a long one. So if this post doesn't apply to you or you don't want to spend the time, feel free to skip it, but know that it's important to me,  and it won't be the last one Lots of the details about us meeting and dating have become a little fuzzy, for me, over the years. It doesn't mean they weren't important, it just happens... but I promise that the best ones are still in my … Read more...

Barbershop Etiquette, Part 2…

Some more words of wisdom. Part 2. I mean no harm, so don't get offended, alright? This one is a classic. And for most barbers, it will guarantee an in-audible sigh. Maybe more. "I want a haircut, but I don't want it to look like I got a haircut." In all fairness, we know what you mean, but we just don't like to hear it, I guess. Probably because that is where we get a lot of satisfaction is seeing a transformation of some kind and to not ask … Read more...

Barbershop Lingo

Before doing part 2 of Barber Etiquette, I decided it would be fair to do a little education first. I've been meaning to do this, and there will be more to follow, but below are some common terms/mis-used terms in the Barbershop. Again – I’m just trying to help everyone out, not hurt feelings. Dropping knowledge, not bombs. (Pretty much my own definitions… take it for what it’s worth.) Barber Vocabulary / Definitions Shears = Scissors… I … Read more...

Barbershop Etiquette

I have been taking a poll at work. “What are some things clients say, or do, that bug you the most?”  We came up with a few things to help all of our clients out a little bit. Some Barbershop Etiquette: Never ask your barber if they are Gay, ok? Hasn’t happened to me yet, but apparently it has to a couple others. Doesn’t go well. If you are bringing someone back to the chair to help out with the haircut, you better be less than 5 years … Read more...