The London Hairdressing Apprenticeship Academy says, “A great barber cares about the haircut they’re giving you, and plays consummate attention to detail. Your haircut should be perfectly blended, the sideburns should be balanced and all the outlines and finishing should be precise. They should also give you advice about how to achieve the ‘salon look’ at home, and not just launch into a sales pitch about the latest products. A great barber wants you to look in the mirror and feel good every day, not just in the five minutes between leaving the chair and stepping out onto the high street. If that’s not the vibe you’re getting from your current barber, it’s time to move on and up to Cory.”
Product is important. A great barber will not only know the product that’s best for your hair, they’ll also take time to show you how to apply it.
I get so many compliments on my hair that I thought I should stop taking all the credit and pass on some appreciation to the person who’s actually responsible for my cut and hairstyle. Most days I’m just happy to have my hair haha, but Cory makes it look and feel fantastic. I’m so grateful to be in Cory’s capable hands. His advice, as always, is perfect. An appointment with Cory is always uplifting and entertaining. Tuesday is “Reaper Day”, when his adorable dachshund is in the shop.