Something I am familiar with is a visit to the barbers. I like to get my beard and hair trimmed around once every two weeks, i know this isn't the same for everyone but in many ways i am very blessed to have a thick and full beard but its also a curse because it grows extremely fast and i also find certain areas grow quicker than others making it appear much more un-even and bushy!
I've been to lots of barbers in my time and i certainly have my favourite spots i like to attend and once you build a good relationship with your barber who knows what you want, for me, its what makes me keep going back. Theres not many people i truly trust with scissors and my hair, however, Hari of Cut & Grind is definitely one of them and I too now consider him a good friend. When i last visited him for a top up trim we thought it would be fun to hear the other side of the opinion and how Hari feels about the relationship between himself and the client.
Since I've been going to Cut and Grind i've developed great relationships with all the staff members there. I walk in and everyone is smiling, says hello and knows your name. Its a warm and welcoming place, so much that so Jenna and I might find ourselves in there for a coffee and a chat with everyone even when I'm not getting a trim!
Cut and Grind: 25 D'arblay st, Soho, London, W1F 8EJ
Photographer: Hannah Miles
Beard care products: Beardbrand