The latest issue of BarberEVO North America is OUT NOW.
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The latest issue of BarberEVO North America is OUT NOW! This beautifully presented, 104-page issue is headed up by the STMNT founders, Miguel Gutierrez, Sofie Pok and Julius Cvesar who grace our front cover as they are featured to talk about what is next for the STMNT brand.
And we follow that by announcing the brand’s latest ambassadors as they each explain why STMNT was the brand they want to align with.
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE:
BaByliss is known for its cutting-edge technology and as the new BaByliss Snap FX hits the shelves, we are delighted to have a closer look at the latest advance in clipper and trimmer tech.
Also disturbing the industry is the team at American Crew with their latest collection called London Calling lands, created by the latest All Star Challenge winners, bringing influences from across the globe, and we are thrilled to share with you a behind the scenes exclusive.
And while we are getting behind the scenes… we also get the low down on the Floyd’s 99 and Reuzel recent collab and hear how this illustrious collaboration came about.
BEARD AND MUSTACHE CARE
The facial fuzz is here to stay, and who better to kick off our beardcare special than the hirsute hero that is Matty Conrad of Victory Barber as he talks about his beardcare product line.
Following him with beardcare techniques and advice is Johnathan Valdez of Johnny B Haircare, as well as James Zap Dapper Den who talks about growing your shop’s services to embrace the beard.
Building badass beards is the domain of Beard Octane and owner Joe Miller shares why working directly with barbers is what his brand is all about. Also discussed is the benefit of taking the barbershop experience into a higher realm of male grooming and the latest facial hair trends… and so much more.
There are digital tools for everything now and the barbershop is no different. In our tech feature, we are finding out what appointment software options are available, and that is just scratching the surface.
We look into the best way of being tipped virtually, how to deal with no shows, client communication, point of sale options, what systems are essential and how you manage them and also the option of having your own app built to suit every aspect of your own brand.
As franchise models expand, we look at which booking systems make life easier across multiple locations. It’s a huge subject and there’s so much to learn, we hope you find some answers to your tech problems.
We hope you enjoy this issue! You can order your print copy here.