MY SON’S FIRST HAIRCUT AT A BLACK BARBERSHOP

MY SON’S FIRST HAIRCUT AT A BLACK BARBERSHOP

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[Joe] I’ve been to a lot of barbers and salons, and the worst thing that could happen is when you are staring yourself in the mirror at one part of your head, wondering if the barber is going to see the flaw but then never see it. However, these barbers at “All In His Hands” see EVERYTHING. Knowing that your barber is competent with his craft automatically brings confidence and assurance. Sometimes the barber is cutting the same place on the back of my head for 30 minutes, and I wonder “what could possibly still be back there?” But I know he’s working on me, even though I can’t understand it. When he’s through, I know it will look good.
After having a consistently positive experience at the black barbershop (“All In His Hands”), I decided to take Ajedi there for his haircut. He was hesitant to get his haircut by Lemarc (the barber who has been cutting my hair lately), but he was surprisingly good with the buzzing clippers and pointy scissors whirling around him. After we were all done, I had a little chat with the owner, Lee, who has been running the shop for over 20 years. He mentioned how each one of his barbers are deeply rooted to him, his family, and the church. The shop’s name was founded based on his Christian faith and dedication as a barber.

Romans 8:28 ESV
And we know that for those who love God all things work together for good, for those who are called according to his purpose.

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38 Comments

  1. [Joe] I’ve been to a lot of barbers and salons, and the worst thing that could happen is when you are staring yourself in the mirror at one part of your head, wondering if the barber is going to see the flaw but then never see it. However, these barbers at “All In His Hands” see EVERYTHING. Knowing that your barber is competent with his craft automatically brings confidence and assurance. Sometimes the barber is cutting the same place on the back of my head for 30 minutes, and I wonder “what could possibly still be back there?” But I know he’s working on me, even though I can’t understand it. When he’s through, I know it will look good.
    After having a consistently positive experience at the black barbershop (“All In His Hands”), I decided to take Ajedi there for his haircut. He was hesitant to get his haircut by Lemarc (the barber who has been cutting my hair lately), but he was surprisingly good with the buzzing clippers and pointy scissors whirling around him. After we were all done, I had a little chat with the owner, Lee, who has been running the shop for over 20 years. He mentioned how each one of his barbers are deeply rooted to him, his family, and the church. The shop’s name was founded based on his Christian faith and dedication as a barber.

    Romans 8:28 ESV
    And we know that for those who love God all things work together for good, for those who are called according to his purpose.

  2. Im like how many more kids coming down them steps. Beautiful family tho!

  3. he sooooo handsome.. cute little fella.. cute family as well

  4. 2:43…lil man sketch lookin at the barber like i swear to god if you mess my hair up i will cut chu lmao

  5. Well I just ran into this video and the dynamics of the family and great editing definitely made me subscribe

  6. ricegum and glen from the walking dead mix?

  7. 😂😂😂 lil dude too cool.

  8. Bro. You ve got five kids?? Damn

  9. Great to watch, a beyyoung man. The barbers are cool

  10. He’s so freaking handsome and calm as ever 😍😍

  11. Wish I had a barbershop like this near me

  12. He is so handsome. Lol Asian and black mixed is amazing !

  13. Oh my god thats alot of kids annnnnddd he be gangster with his lollipop

  14. Damn how many kids this lady got?

  15. Yo… I always wanted to be a black/asian kid :((

  16. FOUR OLDER SISTERS??? young one got it made… LOL… my son has 2 older sisters and that dude act like a straight up PRINCE… LOL

  17. He looks so cool with the lollipop 😂and so adorable

  18. The little boy is amazing…really

  19. Dang they messing his hair up touching…lol.."y'all stop touching it".😁 And she just ignored the baby in the hall..smh..

  20. Yo, how many children are in that house?😂

  21. why a “black barbershop”🤔

  22. Not sure how I ended up here since I don’t EVERRR plan on cutting my sons hair 😭 your son is so damn cute! He’s so chill

  23. His hair is fucked up. 🤯🔫

  24. Why does the son look like steezy Kane

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