Barbiere ambassadors Jaymes Lunn and Celine Kaponias work together to bring you a modern take on the trend making the rounds – the mullet. Jaymes gained inspiration for this look at a time when this cut was taking over the studio.
Suavecito has officially risen in Tommy Guns Barbershops Australia-wide. The always innovative team challenged their barbers to create a range of Southern California looks to celebrate the launch, with the winning cuts and styles chosen by the Suavecito founders themselves.
From running her own Barbershop to becoming a Global BaByliss Educator, Jasmine Kathleen has had many accomplishments in her 15-year career. The inspirational barber started out undertaking an apprenticeship in hopes of following in her Grandma’s footsteps of helping people look and feel good about themselves through hair.
The culture of the barbershop drew him in, his passion helped him succeed. Tim Rennie was unsure about a career in hair after a couple of days at a hairdressing salon, but this all changed when he stepped into a barbershop.
“Barbers are out there mastering their craft, creating the perfect cut and style. But what is the next step? Colour gives you the opportunity to add another dimension.” Justin o’daniel, lead educator at the barbiere company.
Leen and Bertus started learning how to cut men’s hair when they were just fourteen years old. Since then the pair have worked their way up, founding Reuzel and opening Schorem Haarsnijder en Barbier; an old school barbershop in the heart of the working-class city of Rotterdam.