A mid-career shift prompts Todd Sambuco to leave corporate America, attend cosmetology school and open up a barbershop, leveraging all he learned about branding to quickly grow a successful business in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Becoming a provider of scalp micropigmentation has been very financially and personally rewarding for Miguel Rosas. He says that it's a natural service for barbers and stylists to offer their clients and that the money to be made can almost sound "too good to be true." Hear for yourself.
June is Pride Month and many LGBTQIA+ hair professionals are drawn into the industry because of its acceptance and creativity. The heart of the hair industry is helping others look and feel their best, and Scott Sellers is one of its heartbeats.
June is Pride Month and at the heart of each LGBTQIA+ hairdresser and barber is an individual who is dedicated to helping their clients look and feel their best. Meet Cookie Zamarripa who found acceptance and respect in the barbering community, and find out how the recent tragedy in her hometown ignited her to gather other barbers and offer love, support and services.
Al Reid, aka Alsmillions, is a master barber, entrepreneur and the owner of Boss Barber Studio. He also is one of the first barbers to reach a million views on YouTube--learn how that propelled his career.
Meet Greg Young, A Fort Lauderdale barber working his steps to success. Turning his life around after suffering from homelessness and addiction, this noble barber now offers haircuts and care packages to his community's homeless.
Southern California-based Barber Betty "Sharp" Hernandez made a major career change, from corporate concerns to creating crewcuts, and says that she appreciates the new found freedom, personal growth and creativity she’s experienced since she started barbering.