39.925 Barbers in USA

79 Gold Star Hwy 06340-3429 - Groton (CT)
8604452889
316 n Cedar Ave 55060-2308 - Owatonna (MN)
5074519453
324 Route 73 08043-9572 - Voorhees (NJ)
8567511881
1910 Lee Rd 44118-2125 - Cleveland (OH)
2168123740
10 s 3rd St 19363-1658 - Oxford (PA)
6104671670
1060 Boston Post Rd # a 06437-2609 - Guilford (CT)
2034534606
212 Barclay Ave 56474 - Pine River (MN)
2185874984
430 State Route 31 s 07882-4064 - Washington (NJ)
9085377071
Gamil Inc
Barbers
14339 Saint Clair Ave 44110-3431 - Cleveland (OH)
2168517080
311 n Railroad St 17078-1328 - Palmyra (PA)
7178384325
1202 Dixwell Ave 06514-4732 - Hamden (CT)
2032882688
Headquarters
Barbers
105 International Dr # 104 56750-4665 - Red Lake Falls (MN)
2182534223
5010 Park Ave 07086-7213 - Weehawken (NJ)
2015531005
Hair Chambers
Barbers
5311 Northfield Rd # 1 44146-1135 - Cleveland (OH)
2165180478
Soft Kutts
Barbers
400 w 1st Ave 19365-1204 - Parkesburg (PA)
6108571918
Barbers Club
Barbers
205 Sisson Ave 06105-3109 - Hartford (CT)
8605868807
11 e Center St 55904-3758 - Rochester (MN)
5072822287
21 Marshall Hill Rd 07480-2144 - West Milford (NJ)
9737289837
J Piazza's
Barbers
750 Saint Clair Ave Ne 44114-1712 - Cleveland (OH)
2166961240
Xclusive Kutz
Barbers
12123 1/2 Frankstown Rd 15235-3403 - Penn Hills (PA)
4127981666
1148 Albany Ave 06112-2316 - Hartford (CT)
8602068987
2315 Highway 52 n 55901-7919 - Rochester (MN)
5072823717
5705 Hudson Ave 07093-2709 - West New York (NJ)
2013489767
Kache Barber
Barbers
3570 Fulton Rd 44109-2355 - Cleveland (OH)
2166614598

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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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