It’s that time of year again when town is full of Sweaty, panicked crowds trying to figure out the perfect gift to give their nearest and dearest. It’s great to soak up the atmosphere but at some point the overflowing car parks, endless Jingle Bells and fake Santas all get a bit too much.
So it's with great pleasure that ...
Back in September, the Confederation Mondiale de la Coiffure (the International Confederation of Hairstylists, of which Enny our head barber is the Irish President) held their Autumn/Winter meeting in Paris. While in the City of Lights, Enny also attended the Haute Coiffure Française festival to check out the latest styles ...
We know that many of you don’t mind waiting for a great cut and a taste of la dolce vita. But some of you have asked for the option to book your visit and get in and out in without the wait.
To book an appointment just call the shop on 01 5561764 or drop in to 23 Camden Street Lower.
Now that autumn is ending, it’s not just the leaves that have fallen. Unfortunately, this time of year also brings with it an increase in hair loss among men. This is due to two effects: first of all, the hair anchorage system will have weakened during the warmer months, and secondly, the seasonal migration of hair stem ...
The Festival Throw Back
This is a simple 50's throw back, one of the first hairstyles to develop post war. This style spelled out the end of men wearing hats and the birth of rock ‘n’ roll style, a classic because it will never date or be out of fashion.
Start with a hair cut short around the ears, keeping the ...
1. Summer Bounce
The brushed up hairstyle looks great but requires careful maintenance. To achieve this style you need to know your way around hair brushes, blow dryers and how to give your hair more “bounce”. Ask any of the Barbiere team how to get the look when you next drop in.
2. Side Sweep
Say hello to ...
Things You'll Need
Green food colouring
Empty plastic bottle
Put on your gloves. As a general rule, anything that will dye your hair can dye your skin as well---and this rule certainly applies to food coloring.
Fill a shampoo bottle about a quarter of the way. ...
This is different from the plastered down Mad Men style or the ubiquitous gravity-defying pomp - it’s the tousled, perfectly imperfect sweet spot in between. Think the easy style of a guy who quickly swept his bangs off his forehead, but then had it fall into the perfect selfie-ready coif!
HOW TO PULL IT OFF