The latest issue of BarberEVO North America is OUT NOW.
Firing into 2022
The latest issue of BarberEVO North America is OUT NOW. This issue is packed full of advice, features and trends to keep you up to date with what’s current. In the barbering industry.
Gracing the coveted front cover is an epic talent in the form of Kenny Duncan, Andis NA Artistic Lead and Global ambassador for Luster SCurl, he is talking to BarberEVO about how reading has allowed him to continue his learning journey and the importance of always striving to be better.
Also, in this issue we are hugely excited to introduce new columnists Corey Gray and Tony Stuart, better known as the guys behind the Hairdustry podcast, that invites everyone along on their journey to fall in love with the hair industry. This issue they are talking about the shows they attended last year and the brilliant names they spoke to along the way.
Events are back on! Pack your bags and sign up for everything this year! We feature an update from the organizers of Barbercon and the CT Barber Expo about what we can expect this year, and you won’t be disappointed. They are going to be epic, but a word of advice, book your tickets now. They sell out quickly.
What’s new? The turn of year always brings new trends, and we have the views of the industry’s top barbers about what trends we are likely to see in 2022. There’s a consensus that longer hair is back, and the mullet is top of the crops, albeit with an updated look.
How you market and brand your business is up for discussion, and we talk to Octane Hairdressing for Men, which has an amazingly strong brand about why that matters. Also we have a quick word with four names that are smashing social media – TaylorCutz1, RichietheBarber, AlanBeak and Rum Barber – and how they use their chosen platform to market their brand.
Cutting hair is your bread and butter but what about all those additional services you are missing out on. Shaving, facials, and colour, to name just a few. Have a look through our additional services feature and see what you could easily implement into your service menu.
We speak to Colin Petrie (Hard Grind) who has taken additional services to a whole new level by adding coffee shops, cafés and apparel to the Hard Grind brand. He has some great advice on what works as additional services in the barbershop.
Clippers and trimmers
We can’t work without them, but everyone has their favorites and the choice is vast. We take a deep dive with industry pros asking what clippers and trimmers are their go-tos and why, and we have the expert view of tool reviewers Rum Barber to help make your mind up about what would work for you.
We hope you enjoy this issue! You can order your print copy here