BarberNV Issue 21 is out now


With March 8 being International Women’s Day, BarberNV wanted to highlight and celebrate some of the successful female barbers in our industry worldwide. We spoke to Hayden Cassidy, Gemma Willock-Smith, Toastie Styles, Samantha Lloyd, and Dalery Vivanco about their careers to date and what they’ll be doing in 2019 to up their game further.

We’re also celebrating the very best in the charitable work barbers are doing, with Mark Reynolds, owner of Revolution Barbers in Kirkaldy, collecting clothes, raising money, and cutting hair for the homeless charity Crisis.

Stateside, City Cuts in Kutztown, Pennsylvania have set up an incredible initiative to rid children of their fear of public speaking. Videos of their initiative in action have been viewed on social media millions of times.

Gillette has caused a massive online and media controversy with their latest ad campaign, We Believe. We took a look at what’s been said and give our verdict on their new ‘woke’ approach to selling razors.

For the more fashion forward out there, we took a look at some of the best runway looks at this year’s London Fashion Week Men’s, the products behind the looks and the inspiration that got the artistic teams there.

Sam Wall gives us a rundown on his time in Canada for the Community Barber Show, and Chris Foster tells us why passion just isn’t enough. All of that, as well as all the features, news, and product recommendations you’ve come to expect from BarberNV.


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