Whenever we have downtime in our barbershop, we love to browse Instagram. One of boys at the shop, put me on to a barber who I thought only customizes and paints Andis Masters Clippers. When you look a little deeper, you realize that not only is this guy an awesome barber, but he also is very much into the history and culture of barbering. He collects all sort of antique clippers, documents like barber union licenses ( I bet you didn’t know they existed), many figurines, and countless artifacts. Every now and then I find a topic, that reminds me of why I started this blog in the first place. Something that gets me excited. Something that draws my interest. Most of all, something that warrants a post on bb4b. This is definitely worth checking out.
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