At that time, the concept started to flourish down in Europe, and when the premises on Götgatan became vacant, it was the perfect opportunity to open up the salon. Much of the inspiration comes from Amsterdam.
The cutting techniques originate from British Tony & Guy with a mix of Turkish barber experience, i.e., warm waxing of nasal hair, ear hairs and cheeks, and threading. You can choose a classic ‘Bruce Willis’ haircut or a complete renovation with a combo package: haircut, beard trim, and deep-caring black mask. The daily haircut with beard trimming costs 500 SEK and is among the most popular.
“It’s usually a popular gift for the bachelor party. The guys come in, do a haircut, and wax their nostrils,” says George. A visit to Man Stockholm Barbershop is also a popular gift on Father’s Day.
“We have also cut many celebrities. From the Swedish national team to Joel Kinnaman, Peter Haber (Swedish actors), reality show participants, and influencers.”
– George Melke –
“The concept has ruined it for other hairdressers when they go here once and then become regular customers. But we get a lot of new customers too. We want a big volume of business,” George says. They have also partnered with various companies such as Filips maskiner, Swish, and H&M.
Man Stockholm Barbershop
|Götgatan 58, 118 26 Stockholm, Sverige||Götgatan 58|
118 26 Stockholm
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