• Karim Juma

    Karim Juma is a Toronto-based hairstylist who first developed a love for the art form at the age of 12. His inquisitive nature and his passion for hairstyling led him to seek the technical skills and versatility needed to work with women’s hair. Since then he received formal training by internationally acclaimed hairstylists, such as Maurice Fiorio and Woody Michleb. He consequently acquired a provincial license. Read more

  • Jay Lorenzana

    Jay Lorenzana is one of Toronto's youngest, most requested, up and coming barbers. He prides himself in his ability to sculpt simplistic haircuts into masterpieces. His classic approach of straight razors, shears, and clippers have earned him a strong following, and his expertise in facial hair, specialty cuts, and clipper art is truly unique. Jay has spent more than 10 years mastering the classic art of barbering and is proud to maintain its heritage, while adapting it to suit the modern men's styles. Read more

  • Randy Cheddesingh

    My love for the hair industry started at a young age of 14. The first time my mother brought me to the barber shop I was in awe. I could not stop watching all the barbers and steps they were performing to create the cut. I grasped the concept of a fade that day and took my newly learned skill to my mom’s basement. My first haircut was a hit and that’s when my career started as a barber. Read more

  • Benson Hedges

    Benson has loved art for as far as he can remember, realizing that possibilities for creativity are endless. M.C. Escher is a huge inspiration for Benson's artistic career as he was fascinated by Escher's 'Impossible Constructions', which he felt were advanced well ahead of its time. At the age of 12, Benson slowly transitioned his artwork from pencil and paper to playing with shades and shapes on his brother's hair. It didn't take long for his passion for art and precision to become the very basis of his career. Read more

  • Matyas Fekete

    I've been a barber in the industry for close to a decade, and what really made me wanna become a hair expert, was my talent of using a straight razor. It was given to me by my grandfather from a young age, and i quickly learned to do beard designs for me and my friends at school. My strengths are definitely in the category of men's cuts - from fades, lineups and textured cuts, i do it all. Read more

  • Andley Jean-François

    My name is Andley Jean-François, but I'm mostly known as Commando. I'm the General of haircuts. I'm a mobile barber and I always make sure to give to each and every one of my clients an exceptional service. I'm known for my skin-fades and I'm also a perfectionist with the finishing touch. I worked for leucan, Nortorious Barbershop and Jim le Barbier. Read more

  • Geoffrey Gonzales-Aniag

    Geoffrey started cutting hair at the very young age of 13 years old. Ever since, his passion for hair has grown. At 19 years old, he is one of Montreal’s youngest and prodigal barbers. Being a versatile barber, he is able to cut hair and braid hair. It is his dream to become one of the top influencers in the hair industry. Read more

  • Oliver Kult

    Owner of the 7 high-end Maison Privée barbershops, Oliver has been leading a growing team of expert barbers for over 3 years. His unique branding and vision of the barbering industry got him to be invited around the globe as a speaker in some of the largest hairshows. Blending his music career, fatherhood & a passion for tattoos with his barbering & businessman skills is what makes him someone a lot of people can look up to. A mentor for some, an inspiration for others, Oliver Kult has been and will keep being an important part of the barbering ecosystem. Read more

  • Kevin Orlando Campos-Hernandez

    With his 8 years of experience, Kevin is always on the lookout for the latest trends. He brings meticulous care to his cuts, harmonizing trends with his customer’s desires. Read more