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The Barber Story28.12.2020

Haircuts and houseplants. #BoiseBarber

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The Barber Story08.12.2020

Pick up a shirt or hoodie for last minute stocking stuffers. I promise they require significantly less watering than the Monstera. #BoiseBarber

The Barber Story01.12.2020

As a reminder, when you show up to your appointment please remember: - text your barber to inform them you have arrived. Please remain in your vehicle until your barber invites you in for your appointment - your temperature will be checked at the door and hand sanitizer will be provided prior to entry. Temperatures over 100.4F will be refused entry and subject to cancellation policy if you aren’t feeling well, please reschedule your appointment prior to arrival. ... - masks are mandatory for entry and service. Beards and facial services are temporarily off the menu while masks continue being the norm. These are the same rules we have had since we came back after the initial shutdown in May, and will continue to enforce until, as a business, we make the decision to say otherwise. #ShopLocal #SupportSmallBusiness #BoiseBarber

The Barber Story29.11.2020

Holiday packages are available in the shop. They look great under a tree or in your loved ones mailbox! Pick one up in the shop or DM us to get one shipped out to you before they all run out. #BoiseBarber

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Boise barbershop welcomes 5th generation of a family

BOISE, Idaho — Located on West Overland Road, between Cole and Curtis roads in Boise, Don's Barbershop has been snipping hair for more than 60 years.

Since it opened in 1958, Don's Barbershop has always had a member of the Kezar family as guests. The 208 was welcomed into the shop when the fifth generation of Kezars to get their first haircut there.

Armed with a healthy supply of fruit snacks, Blake Kezar brought his son, Harrison, in for his first haircut.

"You wanna know the history of this family? Every one of them cried until they were two years old, every one of them," Chip, the barber, told KTVB, "and a toe head to boot."

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Hair cuts in May? How will that work? One Boise barbershop shares its plan

Next month, if benchmarks for public health continue on track, hair salons, barbershops, and other personal care businesses could reopen. Gov. Brad Little’s phased approach would give these businesses a way to reopen for clients – provided they can “meet business protocols.”

One Boise barbershop already started planning and shared their thinking publicly – in part to help the public understand the plan, but in part to put ideas out for others.

Chris Bentley owns and works in The Barber Story on the Boise Bench. But before the world of hair, he worked in the hairy world of human resources and scheduling.

“I think that focusing on solutions more than problems is the only way to fix the problems,” Bentley said. “My plan is to get back up (and running). How can I mitigate the concerns that everyone has.”

The plan: the basics, and the schedule

That plan, laid out in detail online, focuses on social distancing, increased sanitization, and other measures you might expect. But Bentley also put a focus on just how to schedule a team of four barbers.

A new, staggered lineup will minimize the number of people in the shop on Latah at any one time.

“I understand we aren’t going back to before. We need to mitigate the challenges.”

He said a key focus was to ensure the businesses and its barbers could serve as many customers as possible and keep revenue flowing. With staff staggered, appointments will start at 8am and run as late as 6pm. Cuts will also be offered on Saturdays and Sundays.

Making adjustments

The pace will also slow down a bit.

“With our industry, it’s pretty fast paced, and that’s not adequate for what’s going on right now,” he said. “We will all start and finish up around the same time – then collectively clean the shop in between waves of clients.”

The idea is to start cuts together at the top of each hour, with 15 minutes penciled in for cleaning.

“We will be wearing masks and gloves. Just got an order put in yesterday for a couple gallons of hand sanitizer. We are asking clients to wear masks,” he said.”

The shop won’t require masks for now, but hopes folks will help them play it safe.

“I understand about civil liberties, and I don’t want to impose my will, but I have to balance that with protecting my community.”

Some services will stay off the menu for now.

“Myself and one other won’t be doing any beard services, just because we can’t do that with a mask over your beard,” Bentley said. “I can easily bend down the elastic when I do your ear on a haircut but not a beard that’s covering 80% of your face.”

Revenue and demand

He hopes to keep his customers and employees safe, while also keeping the business going.

“It’s the reality that we are dealing with,” he said. “I don’t think that the revenue loss is going to be so detrimental that the business won’t be able to survive. We squirreled things and invest wisely, but we may have to tighten our belt with some play money.”

Bentley said one big purchase he hoped to make will wait.

“I was supposed to buy a house with my wife in April, but we’ve been eating away our savings throughout this,” he said.

He thinks if the state does enter stage two on May 16th, there will be significant pent up demand.

“I can’t tell you how much (demand we’re seeing). It’s kind of frustrating because a lot of people… want to get their hair cut. You look good, you feel good and that kind of mentality.”

He hopes that by putting out the plan, others can look at it and offer ideas – or borrow pieces in their own shops.

“If you can nitpick this and you can say my way is terrible and you have a better way, we wantto hear it. This at least starts the conversation.”

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