Some cool history shit

The craft of barbering is a centuries-old tradition that has evolved over time. In its early days, barbers were also surgeons, dentists, and pharmacists. They would perform a variety of medical procedures, including bloodletting, tooth extraction, and the application of leeches. As medicine advanced, barbers began to focus more on haircutting and shaving. They also began to offer other services, such as facials, massages, and hair coloring.

Barbering is more than just a job. It’s literally a calling. Barbers are skilled professionals who take pride in their work. We are confidants and friends. Our craft is built on trust and respect that we do not take lightly.

It is important to us at ecdysis to stay true to our barber roots. The barber shop is a place of community, and in the past has even been considered a sanctuary. It’s our goal to recreate this as the culture at ecdysis.

The story behind the brand

Ecdysis is the struggle of self, towards growth. One of our key objectives within this shop is education. To stop learning is to stop growing. We provide continued education to our barbers to bring you the best experience possible.

The logo was inspired by the history of the barber pole and it’s relation to the caduceus, a medical symbol which also represents magic, alchemy, trade, eloquence, negotiation, and wisdom.

ecdysis barbers

We love what we do. No joke. We strive to create an environment that you can vibe with. The way we see it, it’s not just about shedding that outer cuticle layer. It’s about taking the time to allow yourself to be refreshed.

Rafael Perfecto


Raf is a little shit because he hasn’t given me his bio yet.

Courtney Layne


Courtney has been giving badass fades for almost 20 years. With a variety of skills, straight razor face shaves are her favorite. Her intuitively creative nature fosters a genuinely relaxing experience.

Billie Jean


I’m starting my journey as an apprentice with ecdysis barbershop. I’ve always been a social butterfly and it’s what lead me down this path. I’m excited for the future and honored to be apart of it.

Kory Marsden


Kory forgot to send me his bio before he left for Iceland.

Zach Kragel


Man of many trades but barbering is home.

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