Peaky Barbers – a reliable and great barber shop in Athens, Greece
I know going to a barber shop has nothing to do with travel, or being a woman. But let’s face it, most of us consider our hubby as our first “child” after marriage. And one of the needs of a man is a barber. I’ve been looking and booking appointments for my hubby for more than 10 years already. Not that he can’t do it but let’s just say, I love being involved when it comes to his haircut as well. It’s another thing we could talk about, and we love talking. Just talking about everything.
There had been a trend during the Pandemic of men growing their hair due to not being able to visit a barber. I used to shave Jeff’s hair during the first few months until we realize that the Pandemic is going to last longer than we anticipated. (I guess this wasn’t only our case, right?!) And so, he decided to simply let it grow. Let it grow so much that if you look only at his head from behind, he’ll be mistaken for a lady.🤪
And so this trip to Europe happened. And well, why not have a haircut in Athens? We’d be taking many photos for sure and I guess he didn’t want to get reminded of how scruffy his hair looked like. After much research and simply relying on reviews on websites, he decided to settle with Peaky Barbers. Such a catchy name, right?
I was impressed by how great the shop looks and even the barbers are well dressed! It was so different than the barber shops we go to here in Singapore. It has style and everything. You know they mean business, great business when it comes to cutting hair just by judging from their shop.
Thank God we chose the right barber. Jeff was indeed very satisfied with their service. His barber, Peter, even gave him a free trim of his mustache and growing goaty.
Jeff was truly impressed by his experience. Besides nailing the haircut he wanted, it’s the kind of haircut service that he wanted, meticulous and not in a hurry. He for sure had paid way less than the service he received.
We visited their Koukaki branch and would think twice about going back again if only Greece is just a bus ride away!
I know going to a barber shop has nothing to do with travel, or being a woman. But let’s face it, most of us consider our hubby as our first “child” after marriage. And one of the needs of a man is a barber. I’ve been looking and booking appointments for my hubby for more…