7 top barbers in Glasgow for the freshest cuts and finest fades

Searching for a change in style to match the upcoming change in season?

Whether you’re after a new everyday look, styling for a special occasion, or even just your usual trim, we’ve got you covered.

Here, we’ve put together a list of fantastic barbershops in and around Glasgow that you should check out.

1. Beardy Beardy

Glasgow’s premier barbershop, Beardy Beardy has grown from strength to strength by handpicking a team of the most skilled barbers from around the city and beyond.

It has also recently increased the size of the team and is currently looking to do so once again.

Along with providing the highest standard of haircuts, beard trims and shaves, the team pay special attention to the all-round customer experience, striking a perfect balance between complete professionalism in a relaxed and friendly environment.

As the name suggests, the shop is passionate about beard care and offers a range of services to tame that mane – its hot towel razor shave services are unparalleled.

It’s Beardy Beardy’s belief that every man should look as sharp as he possibly can, and that belief drives the team.

For over a decade, Beardy Beardy has been creating smooth styles, brilliantly groomed beards and perfect products.

Where to go: 21 Renfield Street, Glasgow, G2 5AH

Find out more: Book your appointment here and follow on Facebook

2. Nineteen

Multi-award-winning salon Nineteen embodies creativity in hair design – and was recently the recipient of SHABA’s ‘best barbershop in Scotland’.

Forward thinkers in the industry, the team offers all barbering services in a relaxed atmosphere at both salons.

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Situated on George Square, the second shop, Twenty, specializes in creative color and the fundamental structure of hair, with an extensive range of cutting and coloring techniques.

Nineteen also offers male hair replacement systems – complete discretion and confidentiality is honored at all times.

But that’s not all. There are skincare and massage specialists on-site, offering skin peels, acne treatment facials and CBD/sports injury massages.

Where to go: 62 Wilson Street, Glasgow, G1 1HD

Find out more: Head to nineteenglasgow.co.uk to book or simply walk in. You can also check out the facebook page

3. Rain Dogs Society Bespoke Barbers

The idea is simple, the team at Rain Dogs Society Bespoke Barbers aim for every man who leaves the barbershop to walk out feeling clean, masculine and confident.

The brand’s ethos is to deliver haircuts that suit the face and style of each client in a relaxed environment.

The stylists are not all about one distinct image – their goal is to make clients look good.

They appreciate all sorts of hairstyles, and aim to create versatile looks that don’t lose their buzz after it is washed at home.

Where to go: 32 W George Street, Glasgow, G2 1DA and 9 Park Road, Glasgow, G4 9JD

Find out more: Visit raindogssociety.com or the facebook page

4. Bracuza 6 Gentry Grooming

An old-school barbershop with a modern twist, Brazuca 6 Gentry Grooming offers a range of male grooming services, including haircuts, skin/bald fades, traditional cut-throat shaves, and beard trims – all in a family-friendly environment.

Owner Flavia and the Brazuca 6 team also offer all clients a complimentary drink on your visit, and with late-night cuts from Thursday to Saturday, all workaholics are catered for too.

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Look out for the new memberships! Unlimited gents’ hair cuts, which include skin fades and beard trims, start from only £25 per month – and there’s even one for the kids from only £20 per month.

Memberships can be bought at the branch or online.

Where to go: 192 Crown Street, Glasgow, G5 9ZR

Find out more: Make your appointment here today or visit brazuca.co.uk

5. Station Barber

Established in 2008, family business Station Barber is run by siblings Shona and Norman.

The barbershop offers all the barbering staples, and prides itself on providing the highest standard services and top-quality cuts. Prices range from £10.50 to £17.

Pre-pandemic, the shop operated on a walk-in basis, but since returning, it has transitioned to appointments.

Where to go: 76 Drymen Road, Glasgow, G612

Find out more: visit stationbarbersglasgow.nearcut.com or the facebook page


One of the freshest and most popular premium barbers in Glasgow, EXSTUDIO is home to some of Scotland’s and England’s professional footballers and personalities.

The team’s focus is all about taking care of you and your hair – just sit back, relax, drink and enjoy your haircut.

Founder Exaucé Imbo, aka ‘ExTheBarber’ was just 19 when he launched the business in 2019, and it has since grown from strength to strength.

The salon is also proud to have award-winning barbers, such as SHABA’s Apprentice of the Year 2019, Martin Desta.

If you’re looking for an expert in skin fades, facials or a traditional hot towel shave, book an appointment today.

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Where to go: 22 Milnpark Street, first floor, Glasgow, G41 1BB

Find out more: visit exstudio.store and follow on Instagram

7. Brush Barbers

Established by Husso the Barber in 2017 in the heart of Battlefield, Brush Barbers offers a high standard of hair and beard services.

The team cherishes the old school barbershop spirit and are proud to create a community rather than a clientele, which has been the key to their success in Glasgow.

In 2019, the popular barbers scooped Scotland’s Business Awards’ ‘Best Barbers’ award – a real achievement for Husso and the team so soon after they were established.

Head down and join the community at Brush Barbers where you will receive fantastic service and make new friends.

Where to go: 23 Sinclair Drive, Battlefield, G42 9PR

Find out more: visit brushbarbers.com or follow on Facebook


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George Holan

George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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