Here in Michigan where I currently live Barbershops and Salons are currently ordered closed in precautionary and mitigating measures related to COVID-19. What's going on in "your neck of the woods"? In the U.S. many of us are accustomed to living and working at a somewhat "impossible pace"; what's it like to slow down a bit? Are you making any interesting discoveries in the absence of "normal". If you have been forcibly furloughed due to COVID-19 crisis, what do you /anticipate about the future of your career? Do you expect that we operators (barbers/stylist/etc) will be overwhelmed when the spigot is turned back on? Yours truly, John Roseman...wishing all health, safety and prosperity! Cheers!
Bill #5517 and 5518 has been introduced in Michigan to repeal Barber Laws, effectively eliminating the need for a Barber License. Good idea or not? What your oppinion and why?
I recieved this notice a few days ago. Bill is introduced in Michigan to repeal current barber laws, eliminated the need for a Barber License. What do you think? Good idea or bad way to go?
Who cuts hair better, a Left Handed Barber/Stylist or a Right Handed Barber or Stylist?
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I think that just about anyone become great at cutting Black men’s hair. With some patience, practical experience, and an understanding of how varying degrees of curliness effects the character of hair, you may be surprised at how good you could become.