Where to start...

In 2016 - I started making soap as a way to cope with my brothers suicide. Kind of a hobby that paid for itself for the most part, and a way of kicking the can down the road.

In 2019 - I started selling my soap (and other products) out of a barbershop on the weekends, while simultaneously going to therapy to actually deal with the loss of my brother.

It was there I realized that most men treat their barber like a therapist, and I knew I needed to be behind the chair as someone that has experienced just about everything bad that can happen to a person in my lifetime.

It wasn't a new thing. I've wanted to cut hair since I was 12 or 13.

I was forming a plan to propose to a couple of the guys that I worked with about us opening a barber shop together.

Covid hit.

I lost my good paying day job, and decided to see if I could start a small retail space and maybe eventually grow it in to the vision I had in my head, and hopefully get in to barber school once they started running again.

It took 4 years, but it's all kind of coming together.

A lot of hard work, sleepless nights, and trying to make a place that guys would feel good about coming to, and a place my Great Grandfather would have shopped at.

Stop in and check it out sometime.