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TRADING HOURS

Monday: Closed

Tuesday: 9-5 

Wednesday: 9-7

Thursday: 9-7 

Friday: 9-5  

Saturday: 8-2 

Sunday: Closed

 

SERVICES

 

STYLED CUTS 

From $40

ZERO N SKIN FADES

From $45

RE-STYLE CUTS 

From $55

BUZZ CUTS 

$25

KIDS N TEENS 7-17YRS

From $35

YOUNG ONES 0-6

From $30

CUT THROAT SHAVE 

From $50

CUT THROAT HEAD SHAVE 

From $45

HAIR WASH 

From $10

CUT THROAT SHAVE N HAIRCUT 

From $75

Cancellations made less than 3 hours prior to appointment may incur a 30% fee. 

No Shows will incur a 50% fee.

These fees will be based on the price of the service booked.

OUR STORY

The foundation of Lost n Found Barbers is based not only on our passion for hair and fashion, but the journeys of life and connection. We make it our mission and our purpose to build those lifelong connections in our home town and surrounds to create a hub, a safe creative space in the community where we can all call one another family.
 

 

THE HISTORY OF BARBERING 

Barbershops have long been a great place for men to go and enjoy getting pampered. Oftentimes, salons are geared more for women, so it can be a bit emasculating for men to get a haircut, when really, it should be a relaxing experience.

Overtime, Barber Shops have always held a place in our society, and it dates back to 5,000 B.C.

6,000 years ago, barber cuts were performed by Egyptian Nobility, using sharpened oyster shells and sharpened flint. We’ve certainly come a long way since the old days of using shells to cut hair.

Fast forward to 900 B.C

During the middle ages barbers did more than cut hair and shave. They also dressed wounds and performed surgical operations and were referred to as barber-surgeons. In 1096 B.C. the barber-surgeons formed their first organization in France, and in the 14th century barbers and surgeons separated their professions. Thank goodness they did. In 1450, they made this separation official by stating that no one performing a surgery could practice barbering at that time, and vice-versa. However, barbers were still allowed to pull teeth. Then in 1745, a bill was passed that completely separated the two professions all together.

The famous barber pole that we identify with the profession was used to represent that barbers that were once barber-surgeons. The red on the pole represents blood, the white for bandages, and the blue for veins.
When it comes to the history of barbers, there is so much more to learn, but in the meantime, why not  come in for a visit. 

 

509 Kiewa Street, Albury. NSW 2640

02 6047 3030

©2019 by Lost n Found Barbers. Est 2019