Military haircutting




 
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March 28th, 2010  
dombarber
 
 

Topic: Military haircutting


Im researching military hair cuts and barber shops !
Does any-one have any information / photos ?
March 28th, 2010  
Sevens
 
 
I don't, but welcome to the forums.
March 28th, 2010  
AFSteliga
 
 
Welcome aboard.
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March 29th, 2010  
DTop
 
 
Welcome. What kind of info are you looking for? Do you want historic type photos or modern? These days it'd be hard to distinguish military from civilian barber shops. Other than the sign on the wall picturing military cuts and the other sign that states front of the line privilege for those in uniform, the NEX (Navy Exchange) shop I get my haircuts at is pretty much the same as any civilian shop.
March 29th, 2010  
Team Infidel
 
 
welcome.....
March 29th, 2010  
dombarber
 
 
well its nice to know military hair cuts are fashionable ! any information and photos would be nice either modern or vintage
April 1st, 2010  
Cne C
 
 
Welcome.....
April 2nd, 2010  
>*CrAzY*<
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by dombarber
well its nice to know military hair cuts are fashionable ! any information and photos would be nice either modern or vintage
Google has this awesome Images feature =)

Like DTop said, I'm not sure there are many "High n tight" only shops, considering many bases host military families as well. Civilian parlors can also give an "in-regs" cut as well.

Oh, and welcome to the forum!
April 3rd, 2010  
MSG Glenn
 
 
The barber I go to services most of the military in my area. It's a civilian shop but most of the time the patrons are active duty, Reserve military, police officers & firemen. Six bucks for a haircut, seven for a complete head shave.
December 20th, 2010  
dombarber
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by DTop
Welcome. What kind of info are you looking for? Do you want historic type photos or modern? These days it'd be hard to distinguish military from civilian barber shops. Other than the sign on the wall picturing military cuts and the other sign that states front of the line privilege for those in uniform, the NEX (Navy Exchange) shop I get my haircuts at is pretty much the same as any civilian shop.
It would be the camp Barber shop like the West Point USMA....or recruit camp......historical or modern ,,,
 


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