#Blessed at The Church St. Barbershop

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Buhay pa ba ang barbero mo? Get haircut blessed here.

Men’s vanity has grown exponentially over the years. Ang dating wapakels mong tropa, nagpapa-spa na. Ang brother from other mother mo nagpapa-gluta pa. No judgement here, we are not jurists here. It pays to look good and you’re more confident doing what you’re passionate about when you look great. If you’re looking for Old School Barbershop vibe with Classic Haircuts but with amenities of the 21st century, then visit the Church St. Barbershop, Welcome to Church!

God is in the detail as Head Barber Renz Zarco renders a quick inquiry of how you want the job done. Once seated, you feel that this is not a factory production line, yung bang padamihan ng magupitan maski low quality naman. The vibe relaxed with easy going background sounds and above head flat screen TV to catch the latest hoops action as the owner of the establishment is an avid basketball fan. If your coming in after a hard day at the office, have some beer at the bar, its not forbidden , its encouraged. This is your refuge, your sanctuary, a happy place for gentlemen to bond and socialize. After fashioning your haircut, they wash your hair, offers you warm and cold face towel as you prepare yourself for the finale: a half body massage.

Renz’s 17 years of experience and expertise is evident in each brush stroke and in every step of the way. This Visayan native started cutting hair at the age of 16 years old. He carries light conversations, and offers advice on how to make your look “saksakan ng qwapo”. When it is all said and done, the bartender offers you coffee or ice tea, in a time that everything has a price, this one is included with the service. Give yourself freedom from the oppression of bad haircut and substandard service, come to the Church St. Barbershop and be #blessed.

You may follow Chuch St. Barbeshop in social media:

FB: @churchst.barbershop IG: @churchst.barbershop

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