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I believe that this is the year that has changed the game for barbers nation wide, with the rest of the world recognising the talent that we have down under. Anyone that attended the Sydney Hair Expo this past June can also testify to the growth that the barbering industry has had since the last Hair Expo which was held in Melbourne last year. World renown barbers touched down on our shores the likes of the Schorem Barbers from the Netherlands and The Menspire Lads from the UK also returning from last year, not to mention we have had the privilege of having Julius Caesar and Diego from Los Angeles also visit us and share their knowledge and passion for our craft. With that kind of a line up, I think it is evident that Australia and New Zealand are definitely beginning to make their mark on the world stage. This rapid flow must continue within our barbershops on a daily basis, because that is where it all begins and that is where it all counts. As much as it is an exciting movement with the shows and education sessions across the country, it is our day-to-day clients who we speak with about their ups and their downs, who we built a long term relationship with. They are the ones who have helped us get to where we are. I have been blessed with many of these opportunities to share the knowledge that I have gained over the years across the country, but every time I step back into the shop, I am reminded of where and how I received these opportunities in the first place. So lets continue to grow together as an industry and also as human beings and always keep in mind why we wanted to become barbers.
Lance Liufau Editor â€“ Barbershop Magazine Instagram: @lance_topshelfbarber
Published on Sep 2, 2017
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