(KUTV) Casey Scott from Fresh Living visited Trolley Square Barbers for an exceptional experience.
You visit their website and read the perfect description of what you can expect.
Greetings SLC Gentlemen!
Do you remember the old-time barbershop your dad took you to when you were a kid? By now most of them have vanished.
Many barbershops disappeared in the 80?s and 90?s, replaced by salons that continued to cater mainly to women.
The pendulum has swung back and barber shops are making a comeback.
When it comes to getting a haircut today, there are few options. You can try the franchise cutters where it seems like most of the cutters are still in training, or maybe your wife will set you up with her hair stylist where you will enjoy the smell of nasty chemicals, while listening in on the latest salon gossip.
We think you deserve better: a classic barber shop just like the one your dad took you to as a kid — a place where fathers will feel comfortable bringing their sons.
Perhaps it’s the combination of the scent of hair tonics, plus the all-man atmosphere. But more so, it’s the tradition of barbershops as a place of continuity–they don’t change with the shifts in culture. The shops and barbers look the same as they did when your father and grandfather got their hair cuts.
It’s a straightforward experience with none of the feminization of salons. There are no waxings, facials, highlights or unpleasant smells of a perm. ‘Just great haircuts, shaves and great conversation!”
When you walk out of Trolley Square with a stylish haircut, a classic face shave or a deluxe shoe shine, you can’t help but feel a bit of manly swagger creep back into your step.
So the next time you spot our familiar red, white and blue striped pole — please stop in.
You will be glad you did!
For more information, visit TrolleySquareBarbers.com or call (801) 738-1578.