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Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Find a Barber for a Shave and a Haircut

Going to the barber might seem like a thing of the past, at least for a shave. You are probably used to shaving at home in from of the bathroom mirror. Going to visit a barber on a regular basis for a shave is probably neither cost effective nor realistic in today’s world, but a shave at the barber’s can be a wonderful experience. You probably don’t cut your own hair, however, and visiting an Atlanta barber for a haircut is a great idea.

A Barbershop Shave

Going to get a shave at the barbershop will probably be a different experience for you. You won’t get a closer shave anywhere than you will at a barber’s, so it is perfect for occasions where you want to look your absolute best. Your shave from the barber will last all day long. It can also be an incredibly relaxing experience. You will recline in a comfortable chair while the barber preps your face with hot towels. The clean aroma of men’s shaving and hair products will fill the room while the barber oils your face, whips up quality lather with his shaving brush, and applies it to your jaw. A good barber will use a straight razor, a tool that requires considerable skill. A straight razor, while the oldest of the razors still used today, still gives the closest shave that you can get. The barber will probably ask if you would like aftershave applied, and you may even get a face and neck massage out of the experience.
A Barbershop Haircut

If you haven’t had your haircut at a barber’s, you are missing out. For a man, a barber is a great choice, because barbers specialize in men’s hairstyles and cuts. While the professionals at unisex hair salons can do a great job, most are trained with an emphasis on women’s hair and the use of scissors. A barber will be more skilled at using clippers, which are ideal for short men’s hairstyles. An Atlanta barber can give you a great haircut that will continue to look great for weeks. A good haircut will save you money in the long run.

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