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Luxuriate in One of These Old-School Shaves with Modern Amenities

Luxuriate in One of TheseOld-SchoolShaveswith Modern Amenities

October 1, 2019 by

Tiffany Goldstein Tiffany Goldstein

Truefitt & Hill

The world’s oldest barbershop continues to evolve by introducing a selection of all-natural products: Barbers use a rich West Indian Limes aftershave balm ($48) to aid the skin’s natural healing. 111 W. Monroe St.

Funk's Barbershop

Owner Lawrence Funk established a museum-like shop that highlights the art of barbery. After appreciating the photos of old-school shave clubs, men can get a haircut and hot towel shave ($90). 429 S. Dearborn St.

Merchant & Rhodes

“No barbershop in the city does as many classic men shaves and has been doing it as long as we have,” says second-generation owner Kirk Merchant. The family business also offers an array of products like its own exclusive shaving oil ($48). 900 N. Michigan Ave.

Salon Duo

“I can work with all textures and tools,” says barber Jordan Miller. “Not just on the barbering side, but cosmetology as well.” Take in sweeping views of the lake as Miller crafts the perfect fade ($45). 1400 N. Lake Shore Drive













Luxuriate in One of TheseOld-SchoolShaveswith Modern Amenities

October 1, 2019 by Tiffany Goldstein

Truefitt & Hill

The world’s oldest barbershop continues to evolve by introducing a selection of all-natural products: Barbers use a rich West Indian Limes aftershave balm ($48) to aid the skin’s natural healing. 111 W. Monroe St.

Funk's Barbershop

Owner Lawrence Funk established a museum-like shop that highlights the art of barbery. After appreciating the photos of old-school shave clubs, men can get a haircut and hot towel shave ($90). 429 S. Dearborn St.

Merchant & Rhodes

“No barbershop in the city does as many classic men shaves and has been doing it as long as we have,” says second-generation owner Kirk Merchant. The family business also offers an array of products like its own exclusive shaving oil ($48). 900 N. Michigan Ave.

Salon Duo

“I can work with all textures and tools,” says barber Jordan Miller. “Not just on the barbering side, but cosmetology as well.” Take in sweeping views of the lake as Miller crafts the perfect fade ($45). 1400 N. Lake Shore Drive