39.926 Barbers in USA

41 South St 06810-8154 - Danbury (CT)
2038851018
1500 w Philadelphia St 17404-5316 - York (PA)
7178452304
2727 Allen Pkwy # 160 77019-2135 - Houston (TX)
7135287751
2529 Monroe Ave 62204-1101 - East St Louis (IL)
6182150527
111 Decatur St 70130-2313 - New Orleans (LA)
5045227762
556 Adams St 02186-5629 - Milton (MA)
6176969847
2803 Johnson St Ne 55418-3055 - Minneapolis (MN)
6123674679
Roberto's
Barbers
103 Main St 06810 - Danbury (CT)
2032701822
330 s George St 17401-5515 - York (PA)
7178587428
Barber Shop
Barbers
4704 Griggs Rd 77021 - Houston (TX)
7134400230
Barber Shop
Barbers
212 Saint Louis St 62025-1906 - Edwardsville (IL)
6186599898
7062 Read Blvd 70127-2222 - New Orleans (LA)
5042457833
17 Pond St 01760-4429 - Natick (MA)
5086511590
One 21
Barbers
2006 Lyndale Ave s 55405-3024 - Minneapolis (MN)
6128719560
1089 Post Rd 06820-5412 - Darien (CT)
2032029311
264 Roosevelt Ave 17401-2916 - York (PA)
7178502105
5203 Palmer St 77004-7731 - Houston (TX)
7135284406
31 w Front St 61738-1553 - El Paso (IL)
3095275110
4625 Downman Rd 70126 - New Orleans (LA)
5043029834
282 Union St 02740-6018 - New Bedford (MA)
5089900224
6032 w Broadway Ave 55428-2808 - Minneapolis (MN)
7635336549
918 Main St 06108-2237 - East Hartford (CT)
8602919356
Mane Choice
Barbers
1321 e Market St 17403-1252 - York (PA)
7178542884
10733 Gulf Fwy 77034-1808 - Houston (TX)
7139471770

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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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