HOW TO PICK A BARBER

These are the struggles you go through until you find a good barber.

A haircut dictates EVERYTHING!! Have you ever had a bad haircut and you just didn’t know what to do about it? So you either cut all of your hair off or throw on a baseball cap. When you initially got the haircut, it was not in the plan to cut your hair ALL off or even wear a baseball cap.

So now what has happened is that your whole image of how you wanted to look has now been altered. You can’t dress the same, you don’t feel the same, your confidence is not the same and several other emotions start to surface.

To some people a haircut doesn’t mean much. But to the other 99% of the world, your appearance is everything.

Let me give you an example:

1. It is the weekend and you have been shopping and you have your new cologne, new outfit, going on a new date and finally it is the end of the day about 7 p.m. and it’s time to get your haircut. You clearly tell the barber what you want. He seems confident in his skills and starts to cut your hair.

When he hands you the mirror.

You say ”

What the !%&!! is this?”

Now the whole night is ruined. You don’t feel like going out, wearing your new clothes, and you definitely don’t want to see your new date. If you do go through with your night, your whole attitude won’t be the same at all! ALL BECAUSE OF A MESSED UP HAIRCUT!

Let me give you some examples of a few things that a bad haircut can ruin.

1. Job interviews

2. Date

3. Confidence

4. Self esteem

5. Carisma

6. Motivation

7. Attraction

8. A bad haircut will ruin anything that you have to connect to emotionally.

Always remember that “A good haircut doesn’t last long enough and a bad haircut doesn’t grow fast enough.”

These are some tips on “How to find a good barber”

1.Ask other people “where do they go to get a haircut”?

2.Ask people “WHY” do they go to their barber?

3.Ask “HOW LONG” have they been going to their barber?

4.Ask “WHY” did they start going to their barber?

5.Ask for their barbers phone number.

6.Call the barber to see if he has a schedule.

7.Go by the salon and observe his customer service and cleanliness.

8.If he is clean, friendly, has a consistent schedule and is talented, then you have a good barber.

5 Responses to “HOW TO PICK A BARBER”

  1. demetrius says:

    Where u cutting at dan said u aint up here no more

  2. shafarr says:

    Mr. Campbell, I just got my haircut. It is jacked up! They messed up my wave progress, I showed a picture of what I wanted and told her nicely she kept playing me like I was a nut and a square, men do this to me too. I showed and told them the cut I want through one of your pictures and they kept saying a cut that I did not want! Then she did the unthinkable, she cut one have of the mustache up and the other down and incomplete. She messed up the temp fade, I am ANGRY! It is over I am no longer getting my haircut in Philly or the suburbs, everyone is a liar and I am through. The only two people that are cuttimg my hair is you Mr.Campbell and me. Since you live in Atlanta, I will do it. What should I start off with with a begininer like me to learn to take my hair down 2 1/2 inches to 3 inches when I am wolfing. Also what must I do to give myself a sharp Alex Campbell line-up? I need help and I am about to snap! Thank you.

  3. shafarr says:

    Finding a good barber is hard. Most barbers will tell you that they are good and is lying to make a quick buck. You have no idea how many times I have been to different barbers giving them six months or longer each a fair chance to cut my head right. I tell them EXACTLY how I want my haircut, I never get it. They will look at me like I am crazy and say I don’t know what I am talking about. Why won’t they say they just can’t cut it. So to end the miscommunication I have one of your pics of the haircut I want so they see EXACTLY what I am talking about and then I describe it so that there is no miscommunication, maybe I am not explaining myself good. You think they cut my hair right? No. I am yet to find a barber. I am going to learn to cut my own hair because no one will take care of my head the way I want it done like me. This is frustrating. What should I do?

  4. BARBER ATL says:

    Picking a barber is a serious step for a lot of people, especially in a big city like Atlanta. Just about every barber that you talk to will tell you he can cut good. But you won’t find out until you sit in his chair, and hopefully when he hands you the mirror, he was a man of his word and gave you a good haircut.

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