Sam

General Manager & Head Barber

It all started in 2009 for Sam working at Toni & Guy were he did his hairdressing apprenticeship. He cut his teeth at Murdock London, with the help of the talented barbers around him he was able to hone his skills in men’s barbering, beard trimming and shaving. For Sam its all about crafting the solution that best meets the clients desires, requirements and hair type – ‘it’s great that I can make a client feel happier and more confident by giving them a good haircut’.

Hady

Senior Barber


Hady picked up the clippers at a young age cutting family and friends hair at home. As my clientele grew I quickly moved into professional barbering working at a shop. For Hady, understanding individuality is one of the most important aspects of the job, the differences in every cut, the unique hair growth patterns. He always strives to exceed expectations to make sure his clients are thoroughly satisfied with his service.

Frances

Senior Barber

Since a young age Frances has been interested in hairdressing. She started off as a corporate trainer in hair products. It was her colleague, a barber whom she respected influenced her to take up cutting. After some time as a hairdresser Frances made the jump to barbering. Frances believes the barbershop chair differs from the salon chair – ‘there is a lot more attention to detail required for cutting men’s hair. This is something I certainly enjoy.’

Laura

Barber

Laura started working in a hair salon cum barbershop at an early age when barbering was not very popular as a career. She gathered inspiration from the owner of the shop who was a woman too. She advises shampooing hair daily if you are in tropical weather. As a barber, she likes grooming and styling gentlemen.

Dienes Gunathan

Barber

The reason Dienes got into barbering field because it was in his genes. He says ” It started from my grandfather to my father who taught me the real love towards barbering and that’s inspired me to become a barber. ​Barbering is an Art. It has no limit. Everyday I learn new things”.

Henny

Front of House

Since a young age Frances has been interested in hairdressing. She started off as a corporate trainer in hair products. It was her colleague, a barber whom she respected influenced her to take up cutting. After some time as a hairdresser Frances made the jump to barbering. Frances believes the barbershop chair differs from the salon chair – ‘there is a lot more attention to detail required for cutting men’s hair. This is something I certainly enjoy.’

we would love to have you visit soon!

mon-tue, thu-fri 10 am–8 pm, wed 7 am–8 pm, sat 9 am–7 pm, sun closed

 

Address: 108 Amoy St, Singapore 069928

Call: +65-62204010