The barbering industry in Ireland is seriously competitive. There are chains of new shops opening left, right and centre. We have a high standard of education and training, and there is a constant interest from young people entering the profession.
In our new monthly feature, we will be presenting contemporary hair cuts from barbers around Ireland. We will showcase the latest trends and the freshest cuts, from the best talents.
From a drop in fade with a rugged finish, to a 1920s inspired middle parting and a high pompadour, take a look at our contenders for this month.
Style: Drop in fade, with emphasised temple. Lined beard with a rugged finish on top.
Hayden Cassidy at Cut & Sew
Style: 1920s inspired, middle parting. Bald fade with a sleek finish.
Adriano Masiero at the Cutthroat Club
Style: Top heavy fade, with long fringe. Smooth and wavy finish.
Baz C. Ryan at Harte’s Barbers
Style: High pompadour with a tight fade. Natural grey streak with a smooth finish.
Stephen Worth at The Lads Lounge
Style: Low, bald fade. Dry and textured finish.
Neil Smyth at DMB Barbering
Style: Long, contemporary Mohawk. Sleek and textured finish.
Brendan the Barber at The Village Barber
Style: Bald fade with undercut. Loose and sleek finish.
Evan Hutchinson at the Rook Barbers
Style: Short, back and sides. Front heavy with a wavy texture.
Style: Bald undercut with design. Textured finish.
Rachel Aimee at Bladez Barbers
Style: Graduated fade. Rugged finish with tapered beard.