Parramatta's Maestro Barbers

Our Parramatta Concept Store is one of our originals and best, the team have cut and shaved their way to a reputation as the leading craftsman in the industry. The store has a strong following of regular clients who are vocal in their support and who's feedback and five star reviews speak volumes about the Barber Industries Concept and the team in store at Parramatta.

Leave your manly looks in the hands of our professionals and experience the timeless art of mens grooming delivered by our maestro barbers, from old school to ultra modern styles, what you ask for is what you get. Our approach is a mix of the old world barbershop with modern day aesthetics and comforts. Our attitude is positive and our services are always delivered with the greatest care and attention to the finest of detail.

We are open seven days a week on level 2 in Westfield Parramatta. We welcome everyone and offer kids, students, seniors and pensioner rates, see our services section for daily trading hours and our full list of prices on hair cuts, beard & shaves.

Come visit us, put yourself in the professional hands of Hussain and the team at Barber Industries Parramatta.


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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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I've been going to barber industries for over a year for my haircuts and every time they do an exceptional job which keeps me coming back.  Service is excellent and each barber takes their time to make sure they deliver the hairstyle and beard style you're after. Highly recommend

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Michael Kiriaev
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Hi, By far the best hair dressing saloon in Parramatta. I have been visiting them for a year now and every time got the perfect hair cut and bread shape. I am keen fan of Hass and his work and i always prefer and ask for him. He is the best at what he does. Thank you.

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Manish Srivastava
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Best service I’ve had in the parramatta store, Adam was very polite, gives amazing haircuts and I got exactly what I wanted. I am consistently baffled at how excessively well he cuts my hair. Great job 👌I cannot stress enough how beneficial your worker; Adam is to your business. Just wow factor.

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Barbershop Blog

The History Of The Barbershop

July 11, 2019

Old-school barbershops have made a strong resurgence in recent years and the traditional art form has not changed all that much, well not throughout the modern era anyways. If you look back and compare today’s practice with that of the middle ages you will see that the profession has changed quite a lot.

When you walk into the barbershop you enter a realm that has been the haven of men for thousands of years. The most epic barbershops are adorned with elegant furnishings, sleek timbres, luxury upholstery, frescoes and ornate mirrors. Traditionally the barbershop also served as a meeting place for social discourse. A debate on current affairs would be typical and patrons visited regularly so that they could not only keep up their appearance but keep up with the latest news, in an age before television and smart phones the barbershop doubled as the news room.

Where it did all begin? The first evidence of mens grooming with tools dates back as early as 6000 B.C when barbering services were performed by Egyptian nobility with crude instruments crafted from shells or flint.

During the middle ages the barber’s role extended well beyond just grooming, barber’s also performed surgeries and even dentistry. The tradesman of the time were often referred to as barber-surgeons and this actually remained common practice right up until the mid 1400’s when the two professions started to divide.

Through the ages and into the modern era, barber-surgeons performed bloodletting and leeching, a practice where ‘supposedly’ bad blood was removed to assist with the recovery of sickness and disease. The colors of the barbers pole are symbolic of this practice with the red, white and blue being representative of blood, bandages and veins.

In 1745 America, a bill was passed separating barbers from surgeons. When the barber-surgeons separated, the barbers kept the red white and blue pole as their identifier.

The golden age of barbershops is said to have been at the end of the 19th century and up until the beginning of world war two. A time when barbershops rivalled taverns and pubs in terms of popularity. The barber profession was elevating with the emergence of the first barber schools and text books. Licensing and regulation commenced around this same time and barbershops were inspected for sterilisation as a means to protect public health.

By the late 20th century and unisex salons had come into prominence, especially through the 80’s and 90’s, but today in the 21st century we see a separation occurring again. There is a strong resurgence in the appeal of the traditional barbershop. Men require additional services like beard trimming, products like beard oils and balms, and grooming advice that can only come from a professional barber, services that the cosmetologists at the salon simply can not provide.

Over the centuries there has been a levelling of social structures and today more than ever people are concerned with their personal presentation and the upkeep of their image. It seems everyone is in the spotlight, especially with the emergence of social media and apps like Instagram and Tinder. Unlike the middle ages, most people live very comfortably and can afford the luxuries of regular grooming and the upkeep of their appearance by professionals. People desire a new level of individualism and often their own distinguishing style. Many will feel proud by identifying and adopting the latest trend while others rely on their barber’s artistic expression and have them craft an elaborate and bespoke style that is truely theirs.

Looking forward and one can only assume that continual change in social practice along with advancements in technology, tools and techniques will continue to shape the direction of the barbershop and the practice of barbers into the future.


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    Shop 2173, level 2, Westfield Parramatta
    159-175 Church St, Parramatta NSW 2150