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How to Choose a Barber

Finding the right barber isn’t always easy. This guy will have great knowledge and experience in all things hair, which comes with fantastic skills in holding his hair clippers as a surgeon owns his scalpel. And they’re probably fun to be with as well.

So how do you choose a good barber?

Client Interest

First off, a good barber will want to know how exactly you want your hair to look, what you like about it, and what changes you want, if any, in your current style. This helps them decide how to go about cutting your hair and what styling product to recommend to you.

Seeking Feedback

Seeing your barber should be more than an in-and-out practice. A haircut or shave must never be rushed, and your barber should ask you what you think of how your hair is being cut, or what you like or don’t like about it. You probably want the sides much shorter or that cowlick gone. A good barber will make the necessary adjustments so that you leave the shop happy and looking forward to your next visit.

Test Run

What you’ll love about finding a good barber is being able to give them a test run with a minor job. Instead of getting a haircut on your first visit, why not go for something less drastic, such as a beard trim? A good barber knows haircuts like the back of his hand, so if he’s not so impressive with a small job, you should take the cue.

Social Media Lookup

Businesses are usually in social media nowadays. Look up some local barbershops on Facebook and Instagram and see if they’re a fit for you. Explore as many before-and-after pictures as you can. Definitely, you should also take time to scan through the comments. Aside from technical expertise, there’s so much more to a good barbershop, such as treating customers right.

Assessing Knowledge

Try asking the barber a thing or two regarding hair. You can ask questions about how to handle your hair, how often you should cut it and what products are best for your hair texture and style. Just listen to a barber talk about hair and you can tell in a way how much knowledge and experience he really has with it.

Establishing Rapport

Finally, a good barber isn’t only a master of haircuts but also a good friend somehow. If you like your barber, expressing yourself will be much more effective. Which means there’s a much better chance of you walking out of that barbershop with exactly the look you want.

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