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The Best Barbers In Sydney

Westfield Miranda has just about everything when it comes to specialty shops and services and the shopping precinct just wouldn't be complete without one of the countries leading teams of barbers on offer in house. That team of barbers can be found here at the Barber Industries Concept Store, we are a team craftsman trained to the highest calibre and have earn't a reputation as the regions leading professionals, we proudly offer a traditional barbershop experience that can only be found at Barber Industries.

Let the team perfect your masculine look as you experience the timeless art of men's grooming. From a quick hair cut and beard trim through to intricate style cuts and hot towel shaves, from old school to ultra modern styles, what you ask for is what you get, our approach is positive, comfortable and our services are always delivered with the greatest care and attention to the finest detail.

We have a great range of men's grooming equipment and treatment products available in store, there are many great gift ideas that would be perfect for any man or manly youth.  Can't decide on what that perfect gift will be?, we also have gift vouchers available.

We are open seven days a week on level 1 in Westfield Miranda. We welcome everyone and offer rates for kids, students, seniors and pensioner cards, see our services section for daily trading hours and for our full price list on hair cuts, beard & shaving treatments.

Come see Sam and the team of Master Barbers at Barber Industries Miranda.


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See what our clients have to say about our services, or click here to leave a review →
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Great haircuts. Stylish fast and a good crew of lads. Thanks Omar for the fresh cut. My boy Xav looks sharp also. Just moved to town found our new barber shop. See you again boys.

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Cameron Scales
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I’ve been getting my hair cut here for a couple of months now by Hasan the barber there. He does a great job, takes his time and is very friendly. I have never been disappointed by his service. I would recommend this place to anyone!

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James Prasad
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Brilliant. Simply Brilliant. A famous actor recommended Barber Industries Miranda to me after I asked him who cut his hair as it looked so damn good! Andre the boss (who wears the coolest Gold rim glasses) really looked after me. They are the best!

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    Shop 1049, level 1,  Westfield Miranda
    600 Kingsway, Miranda NSW 2228

Barbershop Blog


June 13, 2021

A spinning pole of white with red and blue stripes on it, the symbol of the barbershop, easily recognisable and found outside many barbershops the world over. The spinning pole is eye catching and shows that the barbershop is open for business but have you ever stopped to wonder how this ‘barber pole’ came to be and what exactly is it’s symbolism? Read on as we explain.
Barbershop Pole

The origins of the barbershop pole stem back to a time that is now ancient history. So, you should be forgiven if you are way off in your assumptions about the pole, it’s colors or what it actually symbolises. Most commonly barber poles are comprised of three colors, (white, blue and red) each of which has a deep meaning.

To explain further we must first look at the role of the barber and how that has differed over time. Jumping back to the middle ages, a barber was referred to as a barber surgeon. This, because as well as cutting hair and shaving beards they would pull teeth and perform minor surgeries like suturing wounds and setting bones. These were the days before hospitals, toothpaste and toothbrushes so you can only assume that business was booming.

One very common practice for the barber surgeon was bloodletting. This involved the cutting open of a vein to allow blood to drain and this was seemingly a remedy for everything from a sore throat to the plague. The belief was that the body could be brought back into balance by releasing the bad blood. The practice largely fell out of favour by the nineteenth century and today it remains a treatment for only a very small number of ailments.

The barber pole was put into use as a way to identity those barbershops where surgery was practiced. The pole itself was derived from the staff that the patient gripped onto to encourage blood flow during the blood letting procedures. As for the colors, the white is said to be symbolic of the bandages used to stem the blood. Red is symbolic of the blood itself and blue of the veins. In much of Europe the barber pole is typically only red and white while across America and here in Australia it is usually red, white and blue.

While the role of the barber has changed much over time and the days of bloodletting and barber surgeons have wained. The barbers pole remains, although understood to show that the barbershop is open for trade.