Finding a good barber in Dublin can be tough. That's why we've put together this list of incredible barbers in Dublin City Centre to make sure you never have a bad haircut again.
If you're hoping to present the best version of yourself to the world, then obviously keeping your skin in good condition with a solid skincare routine should be a high priority. Making sure your hair is also in check by visiting your barber is not only something that can help you look younger, but it'll help you feel more confident. Finding a good barber in Dublin city centre can be tricky - there are a lot of options and not all of them will leave your hair the way you want it.
Have you ever gone to a barber purely out of convenience because they were open at the right place and the right time, and you needed to get your haircut? Have you ever walked out, shorn and shook, wondering to yourself: "Why'd I risk going to an unknown quantity instead of one of the best barbers in Dublin?"
If you, like me, answered yes to both those questions then you'll be happy to know we've got you covered with some of the top barbers in Dublin city centre. If you're looking to get one of the best haircuts you've had in Dublin, then you needn't look any further.
The Fireplace Barbershop
First up, is one of Dublin's finest barbers, The Fireplace Barbershop. Established in 2015 by Luke and Fabian and located on South William Street in Dublin 2, this barbershop has expanded over the last three years to a full team of highly accomplished barbers.
With a coffee or beer on arrival and options from a tight skin fade to shapely beard trim, these guys will make sure you leave their barbershop looking like a new man.
A handy online booking service on their website makes waiting for hours to get your hair cut a thing of the past.
The next one up is Demon Barbers, located in the same building as tattoo parlour Dublin Ink a few doors down from The Workman's Club on Wellington Quay.
At Demon Barbers you can grab a coffee while you wait inside or enjoy some of the incredible artwork and tattoos on display.
Closer to The Grand Canal on Camden St, we've got Barbiere. This establishment offers a novel use of technology to help you explain to your barber the style you want.
If you've ever tried to explain to a barber what you're thinking, only to look in the mirror 30 minutes later looking at something entirely else then this is a game changer.
At the beginning of every appointment, you're given an iPad with a range of hairstyles available that you can choose from, helping you and your barber to get on the same page so you can walk out with exactly the look you had in mind.
Oh, and they've got an online booking system too.
As its name suggests, Grafton Barbers opened first in the heart of Dublin's shopping district, with the first store located on Grafton Street.
Now with 37 stores in 8 counties, including Cork, Galway and Wexford, Grafton Barbers is a little more accessible to those living outside of Dublin.
This chain of barbers dotted throughout the country offers a consistently great haircut at affordable prices, with its own range of hair styling products to add to the
Do you have any favourite barbers that didn't make the list? Let us know in the comments below.