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
11 Dec How To Transform The Barbershop Experience
Since Silicon Valley entrepreneur Tristan Walker launched his first startup, Walker & Company—and its first product, the Bevel razor and shaving system—he has had a singular goal of making health and beauty simple for people of color. Today, Walker & Company announced the Bevel Trimmer as the next product to help it fulfill that mission.
``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.``
The electric trimmer, which is now available for pre-sale on Bevel’s website
and ships to customers in March, is designed for both professional barbers and for customers who shape up their hairline and beard at home between barbershop visits. Like the Bevel razor and shaving system, the trimmer, which costs $179.95, promotes a cleaner, safer grooming experience: Its blades sport a proprietary hypoallergenic coating that helps repel dirt and bacteria that can build up within the blades and cause skin irritation. But that’s only one among several other issues that the company’s founder and CEO is trying to solve with its new offering.
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