Just lately, here at Hooka, we've noticed our male clients becoming more experimental with duration and weight lines within their haircuts. Beginning with the ancient civilizations of Portugal, Rome, and Egypt, boxer shops have historically been a place where men have gathered because of not only a new haircut, but often for friendly talk about regional happenings, politics, news, weather, sporting events, and anything at all else under the sun.
In basic, today's barber shop (as against a styling hair salon or even a haircut chain) is considered by many to be primarily a men's website, though some shops furthermore cut women's hair, and some feature female barbers.
For men who put on short hairstyles such as crew cuts, flat tops, high and tights, dies out, butches, and ivy crews (more on these styles below), a good boxer shop is usually their ideal and most economical choice.
Unlike more upscale hair salons, most herrefris?r shops offer quality haircuts at affordable prices; usually, you can intend to pay somewhere around $10-$15 for any haircut (give or take a few dollars, depending about the locale).
If you have a new specific, traditional style within mind (such as a new crew cut or a new butch), feel free to request it, but understand that these styles can be interpreted somewhat differently from barber in order to barber.
Source: Best Men's Haircut Upper East Side