Early summer brings with it a wave of lip hovering, nose tickling facial hair displayed by men, the time of year popularly known as Movember.
The transition, from hairdresser to barber, was a gradual process. But as I became more focused on this smaller niche, I began to appreciate the history and tradition of my new direction.
With the correct skills to provide the service plus a masculine area, you will have the total package. Expand your business offering into the barbering market and get your cut of Barber-fever!
From the footpath, you might see the traditional barbers pole and signage saying BARBER. What you might not be aware of are the treasures lurking inside. A barber shop is not just a service provider to men with hair and beards. Each barber shop has a culture.
Barbershops have moved from the dark ages of white walls, fluorescent lights and talk back radio to the handsome boutique stores embracing their traditional roots and incorporating their own creative flair.