Fades, close shaves and undercuts are de rigueur at the Good Day Hairshop in Toronto.
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“Men aren’t spending five dollars on a simple haircut from down the street; they’re into barbershop culture,”explains resident barber Matt Harrison. They also want a scene that’s “fun and unpretentious,” adds co-owner Tegan Mierle.
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In other words, the perfect setting for our shoot this month. See the slideshow below for all the looks.
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