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hey all,i really need some suggestions on tools. i know Masters are the industry standard as far as clippers go, and depending on who you ask you MUST have a pair in your arsenal. im getting at the stage in school where its time to start building…Continue
Quick question?Whats best for a faster cut and a nicer blend?Continue
What barberlife fam.I got a question for all the real barbers out there who pledge a legion to the barbering game and are foreal about this Industry.I have been cutting hair for the past ten years and I see cats who have been cutting all there lifes…Continue
PARENTS THAT CAN'T CONTROL THERE KIDS WHEN THEY COME TO THE SHOP. Smh SOMETIMES I HAVE TO SAY NEXT
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Started by Freshcutz by LUCKY in Sample Title Nov 8.
Hey barber fam i need new shears and been looking onsites like amazon and other sites but im not sure if i found what im looking for does anyone have any suguested sites to buy a set of new shears ....its time to retire the old set
Started by MiKe ThA BaRbEr in Sample Title Nov 4.
I believe that there should be more shows, it will ehance the status of a BARBERS CAREER. MIAMI NEVER HAVE SHOWS AND IF THEY DO I NEVER HEAR ABOUT THEM I ALSO FEEL THAT IT OPENS THE DOOR OF GROWTH.
I HAVE 6 1).OYSTERS 2).5STAR 3). (2) WAHLS. 4.)T OUTLINDERS 5.)SMALL TRIMMERS. I HAVE 6 FOR ALOT OF REASONS but my MAIN REASON YOU COULD NEVER HAVE TO MANY BUT ALways READY IF IT BREAKS DOWN.
Posted by Marveles on November 30, 2013 at 3:05pm
Good afternoon family. Today I had a discussion with a fellow barber about the difference between a customer vs. a client. How can we as barbers turn more customers that come into our shops into regular clients? This led to the topic of the level of professionalism in our industry. It seems most of us just dont take the time and necessary steps to make a lasting impression on our cutomers AND clients. Now, is that because our commitment? I mean, you worked to get that license, didnt you?…Continue
Posted by roger bickley on November 1, 2013 at 12:05am
Good day family...I have something to ponder. If you or a fellow co worker was thinking about leaving a shop after putting in at least a year or more in building your brand/clientele base, stability, etc. what would you advise? Especially since their leaving because of high booth rent/percentage. I mean in this business, stability means everything. So, if the reason is not a true life event/beyond your control, why keep moving around? let me know what you think...
Posted by John"Shaft" Feimster on September 20, 2013 at 8:34am
Hello fellow barbers I am new to the site and will have to find my way around but I am glad to be here around fellow barbers and look forward to sharing,Involving myself ,and become acquainted with the community and If you want to fill free to leave a message
so stay tunnnnnneeeeeedddddd
Posted by Carmine Treat on July 26, 2013 at 12:07am
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