Master Educator Daryl Rolle – Marathon Barber Rock! – John Pinne: Interior Cleaning – Texas International Hair Show – 3D design tutorial and more! BarberTime Bulletin May 2016
The barbering industry is witnessing an evolution and Master Educator Daryl Rolle speaks on it at a TEDx Conference in Augusta, GA.
Marathon barbers rock, make paper, with scissors
May 7, 2016 by Keys Weekly No Comments
By Gabriel Sanchez
Over at Pro Fades barbershop, the familiar buzzing of hair clippers is usually drowned out by laughter, music and movies. The shop takes a unique approach at customer satisfaction by its comfortably designed layout. Guests can enjoy a movie while waiting on a comfortable couch, or listen to music while they wait for a trim. The shop has two televisions, two couches, trendy art lining the walls, and four fully equipped barber chairs for guests.
Marathon’s Alberto Sanchez started Pro fades in 2012. After working at another shop for a number of years, his interest in operating his own shop grew until he made the entrepreneurial leap. Sanchez recalls a period when Pro Fades was one chair, a handful of tools, one television, and himself. “One of the hardest parts about growing the business has been finding talented barbers,” said. Thankfully, I had a lot of help and support from Stephanie Flores to stay focused and keep motivated,” he said.
After six months, barber Roger Hernandez joined the staff at Pro Fades. Sanchez then opened a second shop and hired Carlos Quintana to operate it. Eventually both shops, and the three barbers, consolidated into the current location at 6363 Overseas Highway next to MetroPCS.
His favorite part of being a local business owner is having a lot of face time with clients. “We lacked options for barbershops in town that specialize in styles we cater to,” he said. The shop specializes in fades, blow outs, flat tops, military style hair-cuts, seniors and kids cuts, razor shaves and designs. They also offer women’s cuts for those looking for a more modern look.
“The service at Pro Fades is friendly and upbeat. You are always acknowledged when you come in. My haircuts always come out looking sharp,” said Francisco Santistevan of American Caribbean Realty.
Pro Fades is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and walk-ins are welcome.
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Interior cleaning of the MACHINE 2
In my previous post about cleaning up inside the machine someone commented that the clean only on the outside for fear of opening it. There’s no reason to fear. In this post I’ll explain my procedure to clean it…..( Dude I know this is for you to information of primary, more than anything I write it down thinking about those who don’t know it)… I put in order the images of the collage…. Are Basically 6 steps.
1. Remove the 3 screws to lift the lid.
2. Brush the basis where’s the engine with a brush bristles with sufficient to remove the hair.
3. Apart I wash the lid that removi with enough detergent start fat and dry very well. (I step the dryer)
4. with the cold air from the dryer sopleteo in the holes where is the engine. In my previous post i uploaded an image sopleteando.( If it’s hair)
5. I plug in the machine and I turn on the part of the engine down and I’ll give you a couple of dents in the “belly” a couple of minutes.( Unbelievable but if emerging locks of hair)
6. Finally I put the lid and bolting.
End of the interior cleaning.
>>>>Si I skip a step or do you have any suggestions to improve the internal cleaning confidently leave your comment amigo<<<<<<
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