At Gentlemen’s League Barbers, we are professional, offering a bespoke Barbershop experience. We pride ourselves on providing elite services at affordable prices.
We offer a friendly and relaxed atmosphere and empower men to look and feel fantastic, giving them the confidence and self-esteem to take on any situation in their stride – whether its an important meeting, events, a night out, dating or your wedding – we’ll help you make your social impact count.
We cater for all ages and provide discounts for military and blue light services personnel. Our staff are trained by the Lions Barber Collective to help support men’s mental health in the community. We welcome you to come and visit us, No appointment is necessary.
You can find us at 18 Rumbridge Street in Totton, opposite Coral and the Co-op. Or find us on social media.
We are very proud to be part of the Lions Barber Collective. All our staff are trained to to help prevent suicide through simple conversation. The initiative aims to arm barbers with the knowledge of how to spot someone suffering with mental health and be the support that person needs. Suicide is the single biggest killer of men under the age of 45 in the country. A simple conversation just to listen to someone can go a long way.
Sharon is the owner and founder of Gentlemen’s League, she has been Barbering over 20 years and has won many competitions during this time.
Sharon also works abroad Barbering for events teams and has even been invited as one of a select few to celebrity Hairdresser Lee Staffords house to discuss the future of Barbering live.
Sharon loves a challenge when it comes to hair so will take on any haircut. Sharon thinks everyone deserves a haircut so works well with those who find having a haircut a challenge and those with additional needs.
I had a great haircut at an excellent price. The staff are friendly and polite. I will be a regular customer from now!
The Gentlemen’s League Barbers story started when Sharon was just 9 years old. Her brother had an upcoming school photo to be taken, his hair looked dreadful! So she armed herself with her Mum’s kitchen scissors and got to work, needless to say, her Mum was so impressed with her work she asked her to cut her Dad’s hair too. From there Sharon’s cutting career began, as soon as she was old enough she got a job as a Saturday girl in a local salon the rest is history. It was meant to be.
In January 2018 I was lucky enough to open up my very own Barbershop with guest, Matt Le Tissier, and Gentlemen’s League was born.
We celebrated our first year anniversary, and after that, we have never looked back, we are currently in our 7th year