Illuminated Barber pole
Illuminated Barber pole
Appointments required for all barber services
Standard Haircut $38
Skin/ 0 Fade Haircut $43
Looking for a sick fade or just a trim? Whether your hair is long or short, our barbers are highly skilled, licensed professionals ready to work with you to create a GREAT haircut experience.
Standard Haircut+ Beard Trim $60
Skin/ 0 Fade Haricut + Beard Trim $65
The Full Service. Haircut and Beard Trim.
Beard Trim $22
For a beard trim only. Please book a haircut and beard trim if you'd like both services together. We do not offer straight razor shaves.
This is ONLY for one length all over (ie. no guard all over or one guard all over). This is not a substitute for just the sides or a haircut.
Re-style/ Long to short $43
Complete re-style or re-shape or cutting down the mop into a short hair style.
KEEPING TRADITIONS ALIVE
The word “barber” comes from the Latin word “barba,” meaning beard. It may surprise you to know that the earliest records of barbers show that they were the foremost men of their tribe; they were the medicine men and the priests. Primitive man was very superstitious and the early tribes believed that both good and bad spirits, which entered the body through the hairs on the head, inhabited every individual. The bad spirits could only be driven out of the individual by cutting the hair, so various fashions of hair cutting were practiced by the different tribes and this made the barber the most important man in the community. In fact, the barbers in these tribal days arranged all marriages and baptized all children. They were the chief figures in the religious ceremonies. During these ceremonies, the hair was allowed to hang loosely over the shoulders so that the evil spirits could come out. After the dancing, the long hair was cut in the prevailing fashion by the barbers and combed back tightly so that the evil spirits could not get in or the good spirits get out.
In Egypt, many centuries before Christ, barbers were prosperous and highly respected. The ancient monuments and papyrus show that the Egyptians shaved their beards and their heads. The Egyptian priests even went so far as to shave the entire body every third day. At this time the barbers carried their tools in open-mouthed baskets and their razors were shaped like small hatchets and had curved handles. The Bible tells us that when Joseph was summoned to appear before Pharaoh, a barber was sent for to shave Joseph, so that Pharaoh’s sight would not be offended by a dirty face.
In Greece, barbers came into prominence as early as the fifth century, BC. These wise men of Athens rivaled each other in the excellence of their beards. Beard trimming became an art and barbers became leading citizens. Statesmen, poets and philosophers, who came to have their hair cut or their beards trimmed or curled and scented with costly essences, frequented their shops. And, incidentally, they came to discuss the news of the day, because the barber shops of ancient Greece were the headquarters for social, political, and sporting news. The importance of the tonsorial art in Greece may be gathered from the fact that a certain prominent Greek was defeated for office because his opponent had a more neatly trimmed beard.
The earliest known organization of barbers was formed in 1096. The barber-surgeons, began to thrive all over Europe after the prohibition of the beard. They were the doctors of the times and the royalty as well as the common people came to the barbers to have their ills treated as well as for shaving and haircutting. The barbers embraced dentistry as well as surgery and barbers retained the privilege of practicing dentistry and surgery for several centuries.