About Us

Who We Are?

Last Kings Barbershop was established in 2015 with a single goal in mind; to bring back what is considered to be all the finer parts of a traditional barbershop, while creating a place those customers can call their second home.

We have a team of professionals with over 20 years combined experience in barber and styling and pride ourselves as being an active member of our community.

What We Do?

We provide high quality barbering services, such as cutting, trimming and shampooing hair and beards at reasonable prices. We deliver these services with maintaining only the highest level of professionalism while ensuring customer satisfaction.

Types Of Cuts And Styles!

  • Fades: A fade is a modern term for a type of haircut. A Fade consists of a step like blend in the hair. A fade is when there is a shorter length of hair on the side of the head leading up to a longer length of hair on top of the head. Fades have many lengths they can be worn at a short length or long length of hair.
  • Blowout haircut (tapers): A blowout is a type of haircut that involves fading. Blowouts are mostly worn on spiked hair. The haircut gives a clean short cut to the side burn and the neck of the head. A blowout allows you to style your hair in a way were length of the hair will not bother your neck or ears. Blowouts is another modern cut, the first signs of blowout were referred to as tapers.
  • Beard trim: A beard trim consists of trimming the facial hair to a desirable length. There are many types of beard trims. A customer could want his beard thin, thick, clean shaved, goatee, chin strap, or just a mustache.
  • Mohawks: The Mohawk (also referred to as a Mohican) is a hairstyle in which, in the most common variety, both sides of the head are shaven, leaving a strip of noticeably longer hair in the center.
  • Flat Tops: A flattop is a type of crew cut where the hair on the top of the head is graduated in length from the front hairline back through the crown to form a flat deck, of level, upward sloping or downward sloping inclination.
  • Shape Up: A Shape Up is using T-shaped clippers (“outliner”), or a sharp razor blade to line up the customer’s hair line, circling the entire head to include behind the ears, the back of the head, and sideburns.