How To Transform The Barbershop Experience | Rickey J. White, Jr. | RJW™
The second product from entrepreneur Tristan Walker is aimed at—and will rely heavily on—the culture and community of the black barbershop.
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How To Transform The Barbershop Experience

How To Transform The Barbershop Experience

``Being a world traveler, I meet and hang with many different barbers. They're artists,`` Nas explains. ``I get to hear about what they like about cutting hair, what they think about the equipment they're using. I can share all of that with Tristan, and he can do the same with me.``
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