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    Barbers in Old Lyme

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    Business Listing   Angel Nails - Old Lyme, CT - Phone: (860) 434-9879

    Business Listing   Daphne's - Old Lyme, CT - Phone: (860) 434-6376

    Business Listing   Faces Aesthetics-Skincare - Old Lyme, CT - Phone: (860) 434-0100

    Business Listing   Hair Gallery - Old Lyme, CT - Phone: (860) 434-7811

    Business Listing   Lyme Styles Hair - Old Lyme, CT - Phone: (860) 434-2724

    Business Listing   Old Lyme Barber Shop - Old Lyme, CT - Phone: (860) 434-3633

    Business Listing   Rob Rivers the Salon and Spa - Old Lyme, CT - Phone: (860) 434-8197

    Business Listing   Town and Country Beauty Salon - Old Lyme, CT - Phone: (860) 434-2668

    Business Listing   V Randolph Designer - Old Lyme, CT - Phone: (860) 434-7477

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    Helpful Definition for: Barbers

    Barbers differ with respect to where they work, but they are professionals who cut or style hair in order to change or maintain a person's image. There is a distinction between a beauty salon and a hair salon. A barber does the job of a hair salon which includes shaving, hair cutting and so on, whereas beauty salons provide more generalized services related to skin health, facial aesthetics, foot care, aromatherapy, etc, in Old Lyme.

    In Old Lyme, with the development of safety razors and the decreasing prevalence of beards, most barbers specialize in cutting men's hair , although many barbers may still deal with facial hair if requested.

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