Hawleywood’s Barbershop [VIDEO]

Hawleywood’s Barbershop looks like a great place to get a haircut. I need to get out to L.A. one of these days…

If you’re in the Los Angeles area, stop by one of Hawleywood’s locations. I’ve been told that the Costa Mesa location keeps our book out for the patrons to read, which is cool.

via Gentlemint

{ 11 comments… read them below or add one }

Sean Drew February 2, 2012 at 8:53 am

The folks at Hawleywoods are not good people, and I wouldn’t recommend that shop to anyone. If you’re in the Long Beach area, check out Razorbacks instead. They’ll treat you right and give you a great cut.

Alec Moore February 2, 2012 at 10:37 am

never been to Hawleywoods, so no ill words against them, but the best shop i have ever been to is Wilson’s classic in Redlands CA. the town is clean and the shop is in the historic district. makes for a great experience.

Dom February 3, 2012 at 12:42 am

I get the sense that these guys are trying to be something they’re not. Blow drying in a barbershop? Will they wash my hair too?

If anyone is in Chicago stop by Joe’s Barbershop on Fullerton. Best barber in Chicago by far; I go there myself actually. Great place.

Thomas February 6, 2012 at 10:44 am

You gotta go to the western side of colorado springs, to pleasant valley barbershop. My grandpa is the Main barber and owner, who’s been barbering for an excess of 50 years. He does everything just like back in the day. It even smells old fashioned and even has that spiraly pole

Mario February 8, 2012 at 10:04 pm

A spirally pole? My barbershop is better than your barbershop? I don’t like having my hair washed?…first off a man should never use the word sprially. We all have opinions, doesn’t mean that Hawleywoods is better than razorbacks it just means we all think what we do is better than what others do. Is it not manly to have your hair shampooed/blow dried?

Refinery February 9, 2012 at 4:46 am

Hawleywoods is nice. But syndicate in long beach. Syndicate has a real feel talented work and better prices. Worth the trek even if ur more local to costa mesa. And they have a cool vintage motor cycle gear place next store so if there is a wait for a haircut is fun to poke around in.

andy February 26, 2012 at 5:52 pm

I totally agree with Mario. Don’t use the word “spiraly.” Dude, seriously. Why don’t you actually research what the barber pole stands for and means? And back in the day, it was quite common for most barber shops to wash your hair. Additionally, if you want to actually style your hair, which Hawleywood’s is known for, a blow dryer is necessary. Having never been west of the Mississippi, I envy anyone who is lucky enough to go to Hawleywood’s on a regular basis. I check out as many old school shops as I can. Barber shops are the last manly hangout known to exist.

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Nate October 12, 2015 at 9:41 am

I’m moving to Los Angeles in a few months! This is officially added to my list of places to see!

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