I've been cutting hair since 2000. In that time, I've cut over 5000 heads of hair.
I don't charge any money for cutting anyone's hair (I legally can't because I don't have a barber license). But I will gladly accept donations towards my ministry. Most guys donate between $15-$25.
I started cutting hair in college when I bought a set of clippers to buzz my own head so I wouldn't have to pay for haircuts. Shortly after, roommates and floormates started asking for cuts. I got better as time progressed, eventually learning how to do more complex clipper cuts as well as longer layered styles with shears. When I moved across the country for a ministry internship, I started cutting hair for the guys in my internship and then decided to begin accepting donations towards my ministry when someone came for a haircut.
You have the opportunity to support someone in full-time campus ministry instead of paying a random person! You'll get the same quality cut you're looking for.
I've cut over 5000 heads, many of whom keep coming back again and again. Of course for a bit more of an unbiased opinion, just ask someone who has gotten a cut from me.
No. I probably could, but I don't dare for my own sake. I probably won't even cut my wife's hair when I get married, even if she wanted me to!
I do, with a few mirrors, a steady hand, and patience! It's really not that hard.
Words work well, but bring a picture if you want something out of the ordinary or you're not sure how to describe what you want. It will help me cut the style you're looking for.
Yes. Having the skill is important, but having the right tools makes all the difference. And I hate lines in fades.
Yes. These are probably the second most popular styles I cut.
Sure, as long as the little trooper can keep his head steady!
Most guys donate between $15-$25.
I don't have a storefront. I cut out of my home with a small shop I have set up in a spare bedroom. I use the industry standard barber tools including Oster and Andis clippers and trimmers and sharp shears and thinning shears. I sanitize all the tools between cuts and use sanitary neck strips and clean capes on each client to keep everything and everyone clean.
I may have some barbering skills, but I have no desire to become a full-time barber or do anything with barbering in a professional way. I set up a small room in my house as a shop so that I could serve people practically and get to know more people around here.
Yes. The apostle Paul made tents, I build apps and websites (Hawkeye Design Group).