Properly putting on and removing a client's cape may seem inherent, but there are some specific techniques that elevate the service for both the barber and the client. Master Barber Frank Gambuzza demonstrates.
NYC celebrity barber is always family first. “I became a barber because I needed to survive. Growing up my mom was a beautician and a single mom raising three kids. I dropped out of school and started working at a salon."
"It’s about texture… and texture doesn’t have a race."
In the days following the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, the despair being shared by so many also served to propel Rodrick Samuels, a barber, educator, and owner, into action.