Friday, April 29, 2016

GREAT NEWS!


Men's Precision Haircuts, Beardsmithing, Luxury Shaves.
(*Women's Long Layer Cuts, Pixies, and Hair Extensions at my private studio)
Fall 2016 is now here!
 Planking: My favorite addition to my routine


 
 
I'm on YouTube. Enjoy my NEW You Tube channel called Gray Bailey, dedicated to hair, skin, "handsome and beautiful".
 I started it in March 2016 and am going through a beard and facial hair series. Absolutely EVERYTHING you want to know about beard and mustache growing, styling, and care
Next will be skincare, then hair styles.

"Welcome. How can I help you today?"

You are going to LOVE it.
Here is the link to Gray Bailey:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCghz8w8iOn3PDpYi9QuC3bQ
 And don't forget to subscribe to the channel.
Here's an example of one of the videos on Beard Oil:
 

I'm on Instagram. Follow me @georgeabruno
 
What a great time to get into shape, get moderate amounts of sunshine, with lot's of fresh air, and activity.

Note Additional Services:
I also go on the road. Your time is money.
A haircut in your home $150.
Need to be camera-ready or press-ready? Getting new headshots, a have big meeting, or going to be on-air or a press conference? I will do your hair and makeup (Everybody needs makeup when on camera)
$500 flat rate for the event.
Need a motivational or keynote speaker for a dinner, conference, hair show, etc? Call for fee
Need a radio or TV guest/expert? Call for fee.
Need a video/web/TV commercial spokesperson? Call.
Last minute bookings? Scheduled speaker or trainer cancel and leave you hanging? I can help. Just call.
 


        "Thank you for your business. I appreciate it"

 Cheers!
George Bruno
 

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Introducing the NEW George Bruno Artisan Blend No.7 Beard, Face, & Skin Oil
  
...for men only!
 

 
George Bruno, Celebrity Hair Dude.
 
Instagram: @georgeabruno
Facebook: George Bruno Luxury Hair Experience
Bearded brothers trust me with their beards. Don't let just anybody near that beard.
I am the foremost beardsmith on the East Coast.
 
I love to cut hair ...and it shows!
My passion is to make you look the best that you can possibly be.
I style the hair of actors, models, and business people.
Everyday I hear "This is the best haircut I have ever had"
 
Artisan Blend No.7 Beard, Face, & Skin Oil
I am constantly experimenting with oils and formulations for men's beards, faces, and skin. I make combinations for myself and offer the best ones to my customers. This is my best blend to date. It's 2 ounces in a pump bottle. 12 different ultra-emollient oils and honey as a humectant moisturizer to soften hair, moisturize skin, and actually clean the skin with an ancient method called "oil cleansing". One pump for a shorter beard. Two pumps for a longer sea captain beard. Three for the wizardly beards. One pump for face moisturizing. One pump for oil cleansing. I am not allowed to say it grows hair but I can say that the oils used "are known to stimulate the hair follicle".
  1. Walnut oil - Fights fine lines ad wrinkles. Anti fungal. Anti oxidant. Fights hair loss and dry skin. Promotes hair growth.
  2. Safflower oil- Repairs damaged hair. Promotes hair growth.
  3. Sweet Almond oil- Highly anti oxidant. Easily penetrates skin. Vitamin A. Reduces inflammation, acne, and skin issues.
  4. Argan oil - Promotes healthy hair and skin. Eases inflammation. Tones skin.
  5. Rosemary oil - Stimulates hair follicles. Slows hair loss.
  6. Cinnamon Leaf oil - Stimulates hair follicles. Astringent.
  7. Sage oil - Prevents premature aging and sagging skin.
  8. Castor Bean oil - Penetrates skin to fight fine lines and wrinkles. Promotes hair growth.
  9. Rosehip oil - Reduces wrinkles. Tones skin. Smooth's scars and repairs hair.
  10. Pumpkin Seed oil - Brightens skin. Strengthens hair and skin.
  11. Jojoba oil - Absorbs quickly. Protects hair and skin from environmental damage.
  12. Grapeseed oil - Promotes hair and skin growth. Fights dryness on beard, face, and scalp.
Extra: Tea Tree Oil for preserving. Honey as a humectant to maintain moisture.
All of these act synergistically to give you the longest softest beard (female tested), smoothest skin, and clean, bright, complexion.
I created this oil blend this year (2015).
It is my seventh blend, hence, No.7.
I shaved my beard in May 2015 and went beardless for the summer with a shadow goatee with a #1 trimmer blade attachment. I started growing my beard and using this oil blend on August 7th. I am going to show you how FAST my beard grew.
 
THIS clean shaven face and goatee is what I started with:

 
Then 1 WEEK this beard:
 
 
 
3 WEEKS: with daily beard oil massage
 
ONE MONTH!!!!! September 7th!
...remember I started on August 7th
 
 
6 WEEKS:
 
8 WEEKS:
 
 
10 WEEKS:
 
And after 10 weeks I started some of my seasonal beard art pictures.  My beard art pics are to promote my business.
 
BOTTOM LINE:
Holy cow! My beard grew faster than ever at 55 years old.
My beard is softer than it's ever been in my entire bearded existence and I am a "beard and facial hair guy".
It got the female stamp of approval.
That's all I'm going to say about that.
Read between the lines brothers
 
My skin is brighter and smoother.
Wrinkles and fine lines are history.
 
 
Beard on!,
Cheers!
George
 
 
                                       
 
 
 

Sunday, August 9, 2015

End of Summer 2015 Men's Haircuts and Hot Towel Shaves

Men's Haircuts and Hot Towel Shaves
The End of Summer 2015 is now here!
Can you believe it?
 
...for men only

 
Instagram: @georgeabruno
Facebook: George Bruno Luxury Hair Experience
Bearded brothers trust me with their beards. Don't let just anybody near that beard.
I am the foremost beardsmith on the East Coast.
I do straight razor shaves and facials too.
 
 
 
I love to cut hair ...and it shows!
My passion is to make you look the best that you can possibly be.
I style the hair of actors, models, and business people.
Everyday I hear "This is the best haircut I have ever had" and "Finally someone has brought Manhattan-style cutting to the Philadelphia area".
Mom has brown eyes. Dad has brown eyes. I have brown eyes.
My Dad cut hair. My Mom cut hair. For me cutting hair is almost genetic!
I played in a barber chair and fooled around with beauty & styling implements as a child. It seems that the shears and comb are natural extensions of my hands.
If anyone was "born to cut hair" it is me!

Monday, June 22, 2015

The Lost Art of Shaving and more Wife/Girlfriend Stuff
 
...for men only

George Bruno, Luxury Barber and Beardsmith
 
 
 
Instagram: @georgeabruno
Facebook: George Bruno Luxury Hair Experience

Bearded brothers trust me with their beards. Don't let just anybody near that beard.
I am the foremost beardsmith on the East Coast.
I do straight razor shaves and facials too.
 
 I love to cut hair ...and it shows!
My passion is to make you look the best that you can possibly be.
I style the hair of actors, models, and business people.
Everyday I hear "This is the best haircut I have ever had" and "Finally someone has brought Manhattan-style cutting to the Philadelphia area".
Mom has brown eyes. Dad has brown eyes. I have brown eyes.
My Dad cut hair. My Mom cut hair. For me cutting hair is almost genetic!
I played in a barber chair and fooled around with beauty & styling implements as a child. It seems that the shears and comb are natural extensions of my hands.
If anyone was "born to cut hair" it is me!

About my cutting: I have a signature cutting style which is a three-phase cut.
 Remove Bulk 
Create Shape/Style
Razor Finishing

I use several different shears for the various textures, lengths, and effects.
It's not uncommon for people to come in and say "Just do your magic". Although I appreciate that, I always I check with you several times throughout your cut for your feedback and approval.

Although I specialize in Men's Hair and Image Enhancement, I will work very selectively with women's styles after hours by appointment only.

To my "Silver Brothers"
One of my specialties is  people who are "going gray" or as I like to say have decided to transition from colored hair to their naturally beautiful silver, gray, or white. There are ways of cutting a persons hair who is transitioning or has finally gone all silver. This is not your grandma or grandpa's gray anymore. I have ways of texturizing and styling your hair that make it look contemporary and relevant. There are incredible products out there that can enhance that God-given silver. I'll share that with you in my consult.

What is this "CONSULT" that all the top stylists talk about?
Along with competent cutting and styling skills, the consult is something that stylists do to make themselves top stylists. The consult is the time I spend getting to know you, your preferences, your image goals, and your present image habits regarding grooming. When you sit in my chair, you'll hear me ask these questions:
What are you looking to accomplish today?
Are you happy with your present style?
Is there anyone who has a style that you particularly like?
What are your current styling habits?
What do you do when you get out of the shower? Brush? Comb? Condition? Blow dry? Finger Style?
Do you use any product? If so, what and why?
Do you have any "problem areas" or anything that frustrates you about your hair, scalp, current style?
Do you have any heart problems, health, skin, or scalp issues I need to know about?
Is there a significant other, spouse, or partner that has given you hair advice or opinions?

The "Don't you know your stylist is the most networked guy in the world" department
I cut everybody's hair. Who do you need to meet? I have connections. Just talk to me. Drop off the resume, biz cards, whatever.

Who comes to me?
Company presidents, Big Pharma and Biotech dudes, Unemployed guys (free haircuts till you get a job and especially the day before your interview), Judges, Celebrities, Actors, Models, The Guy Next door. Even guys just released from prison that need a new start and fresh look.

I don't care, everybody is a somebody in my chair.

My first review on YELP.COM years ago...:
George provided me with the ultimate styling experience. It is clear that providing this experience is his PASSION. I've always been very picky about haircuts, and never very happy with them. Until now. This is a place to meet and greet, network, talk shop, and most importantly get your hair cut- right. I came in a shaggy mess, and left with a nice retro Boardwalk Empire style cut. He took the time to study the bone structure of my head, so the hair cut would look right. Never had that before. After the cut- hot towels and a straight razor shave, and a nice head and shoulders massage. After getting my hair cut by barbers in New Orleans, Philly, Albany and Buffalo- I've found the best.
 
The Lost Art of Shaving

For ages men have sought the quicker easier versions of nearly everything. Unfortunately shaving is one of those things. Shaving is an art, and I’m sad to say a lost art. Our Dads, Grand Dads, and their Dads all shaved with what is called a straight razor. Usually made out of carbon steel in a foldable form where it folded into its own handle. The handle protected you when it was closed, but it when open; it gave leverage and ability to reach specific shaving angles. The razor was sharpened on a flat stone called a whetstone, with oil or water and then the edge was perfected on a razor strop. The strop is a flat leather strap usually hung on the side of the barber chair (remember?) and the razor is drawn back and forth on it to “polish” and sharpen the edge. There was a day when the straight razor was the thinnest blade used on a daily basis. The razor was stropped before every use to give it a “razor’s edge” so it would cut only hair and not skin when glided across the surface at the ideal angle.

Every man had a straight razor, a stone, and a strop. So did every barber. The popular phrase “A haircut and a shave” was said in every barbershop across the country.



Safety razors made their way into the consumer market for convenience, disposability, and I’m sure for good ole consumerism.



The straight razor was something you cherished and took care of, because when treated right, it took care of you.



Most barbershops don’t use the straight razor today or give “straight shaves” as it’s called, due to the possibility of blood born pathogens and disease. If a straight blade is used, it is a disposable straight blade in a handle and a new blade is used on every guest in that barber chair. That is what I do.


Go into most "haircut factories” and ask for a straight razor shave. You’ll get a wide variety of responses from “We don’t do them” to “What?”. If you can get one, you’ll experience possibly the best shave you’ve ever had in your life. I do a straight razor shave that will blow your mind. Make an appointment today!
You never hurry a shave. Maybe a haircut, but never a shave, and for obvious reasons. You recline the guest so their face is below your chest level. You apply a hot steamed towel to the face and let it sit for 5-10 minutes. This softens the beard hair. Then you apply a hot lather to the face with a badger hair brush or by hand. This also helps soften the hair that will be shaved, makes it easier to cut, and also lubricates the skin so the razor glides over the surface of the skin and doesn’t cut the skin. The razor is then glided at the precise cutting angle and short deliberate strokes are made. There is a protocol or “face map” that every barber has for themselves. The face is "sectioned" off and each section is shaved. The direction of the blade depends on the angles and contours of the guests face and the growth pattern or “grain” of the beard. If the guest has groomed facial hair such as a mustache or goatee, extra care is taken in detailing those areas to create perfectly groomed appearance. After all, that’s why you go to a barber isn’t it?

When the face is shaved, the barber must apply a concoction that is antiseptic (kills germs on the open skin), astringent (closes pores open by the heat) and heals the skin that has been opened by the heat and the blade. The average consumer aftershave does NOT do that because it’s just alcohol with fragrance. With that kind of product you end up doing the “Macaulay Culkin in Home Alone” impression. I am not into pain so I have discovered what is most effective is a combination of rum, witch hazel, aloe, spices, and bay leaves. It cools, soothes, tightens, and heals the skin.

I can’t think of a better gift for a guy than a straight shave gift certificate.. Now that’s a gift for the man who has everything! A new generation of young men rediscovering a lost art!
Treat yourself to a straight shave. I can also teach you in a private session as well where I can take my time and mentor you in the proper technique. That's $100 and includes a signature scissor cut, mini-facial, and shoulders-up massage. End result: Teach a man to shave ...and he's shaved for a lifetime. You can pass that on to your son or grandson.
NOW you know


Have pity on a brotherIf you can wash your hair BEFORE you come in, you'll get a better cut because your hair and scalp will be clean and the hair will lay more naturally. I get guys coming in with "bed-head" flat spots and then want me to perform a miracle. I'm good, but not that good. You would need Moses to part that hair. Wash and condition it or I will do it with my premium cut service..
Whats new with me?
I believe that learning is a life-long process and have over one thousand hours of continuing education beyond my Masters degree. I have the same attitude about education in the hair industry. I just finished an advanced course on "texturizing" hair. Texturizing makes your hair look three dimensional with those groovy grooves and valleys, kind of like your wife or girlfriend just ran her fingers through it. A preferable look for men.
No helmet heads or comb-overs allowed anymore.

Last but not least: The Wife/Girlfriend Department
You've asked. Now you'll receive... "How to give her a pedicure"
The reality is that she won't believe you want to actually do it ...or can do it.
Don't worry brothers. I got your back on this one.
Get a wash basin and fill it up with warm water with a little cleansing soap or shampoo in it. Add it after you fill the basin up so you don't have all bubbles. Also put in a few drops of essential oil in it. Lavender, Rosemary, or Peppermint are great. You know her preferences.
Have her sit in her favorite chair or sofa in the living room. Maybe have a movie on that SHE picked out. She is on the chair, you are sitting on the floor with a towel on your lap. You roll up her pants or maybe she is in her robe. You have her put both feet in the basin. The warmth will feel good. You wash her feet with your hands and massage them under the water. You may want to scrub her nail beds with a small brush going across her nails and also towards the ankle. You are pushing the cuticle, that is now softened, back towards the joints. Remember now this is the woman that God gave you. She is your gift. Even the way you scrub reflects that. In the back of your mind you know this may be slightly humbling but you are honored to do this. Her cuticles are not the only thing being softened at this point. Hearts get softened when feet get washed. This part is the "work", but the "funner" part happens later. You are doing for her what she cannot do for herself. Now you take a foot out of the water, and you take a handful of coarse kosher salt and lightly scrub the top and bottom of her foot, focusing on the heels and dryer parts. This exfoliates and removes dead skin. There are also commercially prepared salts with oils and fragrances that you can buy as well, but I have found that common household ingredients are wonderful too. After you do both feet, now cut her nails. Basic rules: Nails are cut straight across with the clippers and then file with a nail shaping file found in any store. Push back the cuticle with a cuticle tool or even a popsicle stick. Keep saying the word "gentle" in your head and that will guide your actions. Now after you have cut and filed over the tub, dip her feet in the water to "clean" off any clippings or residue. Now one at a time take a foot and put menthol shaving cream all over the foot. This is amazing and has a cooling effect on her feet. Let it stay on her foot a few minutes then dip again.
Now dry her feet off and wrap each one in a towel while you go and empty the basin.
When you return, you can get up on the sofa with her. She is now sitting sideways and has her legs on your lap. You have a towel on your lap. Now you will put moisturizer or oils on her feet. Wipe off any excess. Maybe at this point you can put athletic socks on her to keep her feet soft while you finish watching the movie.
There's a good chance you may not be able to finish the movie, wink, wink.
I am not responsible for anything that happens after that, lol.
Cheers!
 





 

Monday, April 27, 2015


Strange things guys do with their hair

May 2015
The hair cutting-grooming & whimsical lifestyle newsletter
of
George Bruno
...for men only
George Bruno, EMAIL: gb@georgebruno.com
 
Instagram: @georgeabruno
Facebook: George Bruno Luxury Barber and Beardsmith

Bearded brothers trust me with their beards. Don't let just anybody near that beard.
I am the foremost beardsmith in the Philadelphia Tri State Area.
I do straight razor shaves and facials too.
I love to cut hair ...and it shows!
My passion is to make you look the best that you can possibly be.
I style the hair of actors, models, and business people.
Everyday I hear "This is the best haircut I have ever had" and "Finally someone has brought Manhattan-style cutting to the Philadelphia area".
Mom has brown eyes. Dad has brown eyes. I have brown eyes.
My Dad cut hair. My Mom cut hair. For me cutting hair is almost genetic!
I played in a barber chair and fooled around with beauty & styling implements as a child. It seems that the shears and comb are natural extensions of my hands.
If anyone was "born to cut hair" it is me!
Strange Things Guys Do With Their Hair
The Televangelist Look
The Comb-over
As my street sign says "Come near me with that flippin comb-over and I'll cut it off" is only partly in jest.
One of the things I hate to do is to perpetuate dysfunctional hairstyles. So many guys that are losing their hair go through all kinds of "gyrations" trying to make three hairs look like five hairs. Please men, the reality is ..it doesn't look good. It's like the emperor's new clothes. Everybody is afraid to say something ...but I'm not. Even with little hair, I can rock out a great style for you to "free you from the tyranny of a bad hairstyle". Enough of the windsock, I'm begging you. This is where a GREAT stylist can help you with options. This is where an effective consult is important. The right stylist will help you become the handsome-est you can be.
If George Clooney was bald...
The Shaved Head
Guys that are losing their hair get this shaved head thing going on sometimes. It is only attractive on about 10% of the men that do it. And when it looks good, it is awesome. Heads are funny things. They have bumps, valleys, ridges, points, dips, and can look like a topographical road map. Yeah, I know you save money by doing yourself, but it looks dumb. Unless you're auditioning for a roles as Mr. Clean, a circus strong man, or a Hills Have Eyes remake, don't shave your head. As a professional that is intimately close to hundreds of heads on a regular basis, I have an eye for what looks good on a man and a shaved head is not one of those things. The perfect solution is a buzzed shadow...but NOT all one length. It needs to be tapered or "faded" at the nape and around the ears. Combined with a shadow beard, it is a rockin' look that goes well with jeans and t-shirt or a tux. It is sharp, clean, and your woman will love it, believe me. Wives and girlfriends give me feedback all the time.
The Wrong Color or Any Color
As you know I am a gray/silver fan. Nothing looks sillier than a mature guy with "elvis black hair". Throw in a comb-over or some dysfunctional style and you have the perfect combo for anxiety and perpetual dissatisfaction. IF you color, go with a shade or two lighter than your normal natural color. And keep up with it I'm begging you. Gray roots on a guy are not very attractive. There's a reason why women get a cut and color in the same visit. There's also a reason why they get it done professionally. The "home depot do-it-yourself" philosophy of coloring your hair, looks exactly like that....like you did it yourself. The best solution is a blended color, not a total cover. Very few men over 30 have all one color. If you decide to transition to gray, please consult with me. I can help you with a texturized scissor cut that you will LOVE and be thankful for. Your life will change.
Hair Pieces
In my humble opinion, I rarely or never see a  hairpiece I like. The minute someone says "That's a great hair piece" , it kind of defeats the purpose of having a hair piece. If you know someone who is considering one, please have them consult with me. I can show them natural options they will be so happy with
Product Review
For my silver brothers, I recommend a blue shampoo once a week. There are many brands. I prefer the bluer ones over the violet ones. Shampoo with it once or twice a week and it makes your gray appear more silvery, which is very, very attractive. For white hair, it replaces the yellowish tint with a brighter whiter hue. I have used everything from American Crew, the generic from Sally Beauty Supply, and my new favorite is Jhirmack available in Walmart of all places for $3.50 a bottle. It'll last you six months if you use it twice a week and co-wash on the other days.
What are clients saying about me?
"I finally found my new stylist. You just instinctively gave me what worked best for the look I wanted. I loved your consult. No one ever did that with me and I loved your product and styling recommendations"
Steve
"Damn, George ...you're good"
Brad
"Whenever I have a press conference or am getting new headshots or a big audition, you are the only one I trust with my hair"
Frank
The Wife/Girlfriend Department
If you've been a fan of my writing in the past, you know I like to mention things in "threes". The holy trinity of beauty is hair/skin/smile
Teeth need to be tight/white/bright
Muscles need to be Toned/Lengthened/Hydrated
But there are exceptions to everything
This month's topic is a "four"
What does it take to not only get a woman, but keep a woman?
Getting a woman is the easy part. Keeping them may not be so easy for many men.
In my "research" ....I have found these to be a great combo
1.) A man needs to be handsome. That doesn't mean he has to look like George Clooney or (fill-in-the-blank). He needs to be as handsome as HE can be. That means groomed well, styled appropriately for his age and lifestyle. Like the ZZ Top song once said, "Every woman's' crazy about a sharp dressed man". You don't have to be a walking designer model, just neat, clean, and put together in a way that exudes class, comfort, and confidence.
2.) A man needs to be charming. Not the phony fake kind of charm, but the genuine "find something nice to say" type no matter what. There's never a downside to being a gentleman, using manners, holding a woman's chair for her, walking on the outside of the sidewalk with her, standing up when she enters the room, and taking your hat off when you meet her. Tell your woman she is beautiful. I never let that one slip with the woman I love or even my female friends. Many times my female friends will say "George, you are the only one who ever tells me that". Guys, get the hint.
3.) A man needs to be FUN. Let the humor flow! Even if it is an occasional bad joke. Notice I said bad joke, not dirty joke. Fun does not mean foul mouth. There's never a downside to clean language with your woman. Tame that tongue and show her some love by NOT having a foul mouth. It will not go un-noticed. Take her out dancing. Yes guys, take her out dancing. Yeah, it may make you uncomfortable. Yeah, you may dance like the drunk white uncle at a wedding, but who cares? No one is judging you but yourself so get over it. She will love you for it. Do it regularly, lose weight together, sweat it out, have fun, laugh and smile while you're out, drink plenty of water along with the adult beverages if you drink. Then...get ready for that love life to be improved. Trust me on that.
4.) A man needs to have purpose and make money with that purpose. You can have all the above, but if there is no cash flow, the above is very limited in it's ability to keep things going. Money is a beautiful thing. The stress of more cash going out than coming in is not a good feeling. Do whatever it takes to make that happen. SHE is worth it and will notice it. If you have that awesome cash flow already, then focus on the other things mentioned. Women like security and don't want a "dependent". I have experience with this one. Suck it up and do whatever it takes, even if it means taking a new direction in career, part-time work, or business idea. The key word in this concept is ACTION, not ideas. Action creates cash flow, not ideas alone.
I hope this helps!...and stay in touch!
Here's a great quote from my favorite author. Enjoy!

Cheers Brothers!
George

Sunday, February 1, 2015

Continuing my world class service at a new location!

I will make you
"Clean, Sharp, and Handsome"
The hair cutting-grooming & whimsical lifestyle newsletter
of
George Bruno
...for men only
Scroll down, go to all the posts, be informed, laugh, get inspired
George Bruno Celebrity Hair Dude
I love to cut hair ...and it shows!
My passion is to make you look the best that you can possibly be.
I style the hair of fellow actors, models, and business people.
Everyday I hear "This is the best haircut I have ever had" and "Finally someone has brought Manhattan-style cutting to the Philadelphia area".
Mom has brown eyes. Dad has brown eyes. I have brown eyes.
My Dad cut hair. My Mom cut hair. For me cutting hair is almost genetic!
I played in a barber chair and fooled around with beauty & styling implements as a child. It seems that the shears and comb are natural extensions of my hands.
If anyone was "born to cut hair" it is me
 
Specializing in...
 1.) Styling and care of Gray/Silver/White hair
2.) Classic conservative styles (You know, the kind that help you get the job, the girl, and the sale)
3.) Thinning and receding hair
4.) Straight razor shaves, detailing, facials
                                                               I do take walk-ins.
                                You may have to wait or be rescheduled ...but you're worth it.
                                                 It's the best service you've ever gotten
Got a beard?
Make sure people ain't skeered and it ain't weird
Get your monthly 
Bruno Beard Blowout
This the EXACT protocol I use on my beard
*Freestyle Custom Shaping
* Gentle Wash
*Deep Hot-Towel Infused Conditioning
*Blow dry or blow out
*My proprietary beard oil treatment
*Concluded with my proprietary beard balm that I make with jojoba, grape seed, and tea tree oil, shea butter, beeswax, essential aromatic oils
Get real now brother. Who are you going to trust with your beard?
You can go anywhere for a haircut. You'll pass a hundred shops and salons on your way to me. You come to me for the detail and experience.
I guarantee it's the best grooming experience you've had in your life. Period.
I'm interested in YOU and making YOU be the best you can be.
Follow the lead of hundreds of men who are now clean, sharp, and handsome.
 Teaching How to Conduct a Proper Consult at
Paul Mitchell Beauty Academy
Cleanliness is next to godliness in the hair and image industry. Washed hands, clean work areas, and sanitized tools are the backbone of my practice
I am part an international education and inspiration team that promotes the beauty, care and styling of silver/gray/white hair. More and more people are "ditching the dye" and revealing their authentic self.


As always, I am committed to listening to you about your hair goals, what you want to achieve and offer my expertise as to what style and grooming ,methods are best for you head, face shape, neck length, hair density, and your lifestyle. Keep dreaming and reinventing yourself. With proper planning, the right encouragement, and a touch of constructive discontent ... you can create a new life for yourself. As my favorite author says, "You are never too old to set a new goal or dream a new dream"
See you soon
Cheers!
George