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History of Barbershops
All over the country, in towns big and small, barbershops are filled with people “just trying to get a cut,” even if it’s really much more than that. Cities like New York and Los Angeles have a plethora of options to choose from—whether traditional, contemporary, sports, or movie themed—but there’s that one place in your city that you can call your spot.
Men would treat these shops as a sort of fraternity gathering as if a schedule were set to congregate and cover the week’s tasks. The role of the barbershop was never truly just about getting a haircut but has always been propagated on creating a sense of community.
The evolution of the barbershop doesn’t stop at advancements in trimmers, big-screen TVs, and motorized reclining chairs. Non-traditional methods of grooming are attracting people from all walks of life who want a unique barbershop experience—whether it be using the latest and greatest beard and hair care products, offering luxurious lounging in a rock ’n’ roll themed spot, or even adding a bar and kitchen to the shop for a full-on dude’s day.