39.926 Barbers in USA

5530 Old National Hwy # c 30349-3214 - Atlanta (GA)
4047683003
5000 w Intl Airport Rd # Sb203 99502-1023 - Anchorage (AK)
9072453000
620 s Fm 1187 76008 - Aledo (TX)
8174412228
707 w Drew St 76110-6245 - Fort Worth (TX)
8179220009
Skyboxx
Barbers
7321 s Halsted St 60621 - Chicago (IL)
7738911183
Hair Repair
Barbers
300 Louise St 70546 - Jennings (LA)
3378245861
5192 s Lowell Blvd 80123-2971 - Littleton (CO)
3037976066
78 Union Ave 02130 - Jamaica Plain (MA)
5088579322
29306 Old Towne Rd 55013 - Chisago City (MN)
6512131199
105 n Greenville Ave # 5 75002-2295 - Allen (TX)
9723961086
3720 Miller Ave # b 76119-2955 - Fort Worth (TX)
8175359192
Spot
Barbers
1753 e 75th St 60649-3644 - Chicago (IL)
7732884882
Argus 1
Barbers
2327 Veterans Memorial Blvd 70062-4767 - Kenner (LA)
5044676383
9874 w Belleview Ave 80123-2101 - Littleton (CO)
3039795900
Klassy Kuts
Barbers
8 Hyde Park Ave 02130-4103 - Jamaica Plain (MA)
6175240282
2915 Coon Rapids Blvd Nw 55433-3430 - Coon Rapids (MN)
7634270760
2815 Civic Cir 79109-1618 - Amarillo (TX)
8063582434
3524 Blue Bonnet Cir 76109-2957 - Fort Worth (TX)
8179243101
14 s Kostner Ave 60624-2521 - Chicago (IL)
7732874988
3110 Williams Blvd 70065-4549 - Kenner (LA)
5044435726
388 Peerless St 80027-1314 - Louisville (CO)
7208908402
Barber Shop
Barbers
433 Broadway 01841-3003 - Lawrence (MA)
9786886108
416 3rd St n 55325 - Dassel (MN)
3202759694
Hair Biz
Barbers
4026 Sw 51st Ave # 100 79109-6187 - Amarillo (TX)
8063560350

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The services of barbers are very crucial, particularly for male grooming. They help to cut, trim, and wash hair of customers. Hair coloring is another of the services that barbers provide. They stay up to date on latest hairstyles and make suitable suggestions to clients based on trends. Their views are also sought be customers when having hair-related issues such as hair thinning and dandruff. A place where a barber does his business is called a barber shop.

The barbering trade has a long history. Evidence shows it has been practiced since the Bronze Age – put at about 3500 BC. The term “barber” was derived from the Latin word “barba,” which means “beard.” There used to be no difference between a barber and a hairdresser until the 20th century when cosmetology emerged as a distinct profession. Barbers are officially described as hairdressers even today in Australia.

All barbers are not the same. They differ based on what they are licensed to do, how they operate, and how they describe themselves. In the United States, differences exist between states in terms of labor and licensing laws applying to barbers. For example, New Jersey issues same license to barbers and cosmetologists, but the case is different in states such as Maryland.

From the time the trade was introduced to Rome by Sicilian Greek colonies, barber shops have developed a reputation as centers for talking about contemporary issues in the society. They are places of social interaction.

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