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Bolton man opens upscale ‘barber shop’ in King City

September 5, 2019   ·   0 Comments

Written By MARK PAVILONS

Males today are taking greater care of their appearance. They want to look just right at work or at play.

A Bolton native is answering the call, opening his Fade MGMT barber shop in King City.

Chris Venditti opened his business in King City because he saw a huge potential in the trend for men’s grooming. There aren’t many traditional men’s barber shops in the area that cater solely to men’s needs.

Venditti boasts more than a dozen years in the business. Not only does he have his hair apprenticeship and licence, he spent many years working as a hairstylist, teaching classes and being part of several barbering teams across Canada.

“Fade MGMT has a unique ambiance where we make each and every client feel welcomed and taken care of. Clients can enjoy an espresso, catch some sports while getting a fresh cut,” Venditti said.

The major trends for men’s cuts today, he said, are clean fades, the comb over, and a clean fade with longer length throughout the top of their head styled “messy.”

“All of our clients expect great service and a great cut,” which he delivers.

Venditti loves his job and the feeling he gets from making a client feel great about themselves.

“Watching my employees grow as barbers is one of the reasons I opened up my own place. I’ve always wanted to teach my craft and help others succeed,” he said.

Fade MGMT is a modern barbershop specializing in men’s grooming. They offer haircuts, fades, hot towel shaves and face masks. There are a total of three barbers at Fade MGMT (including Venditti).

They’re located in the King’s Ridge Marketplace in King City. They’re open Tuesday and Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Fridays, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

You can book appointments by calling 289-907-3233 or online at www.fademgmt.resurva.com. Make sure to check them out on Instagram @fademgmtbarbershop



         

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