Look, I am a native in Augusta. Durden's has been around since the early 50's. Nobody else in the town can say that. They are old school and new school. They don't even have to advertise. The ratings you see at this website could have been done by employees or friends of the shop owners. Durden's stays busy enough and doesn't have to even consider getting ratings. They were around before the internet and before the Brooklyn dodgers moved to LA. The next generation has taken over the business and they are real barbers, not your fly-by-night beauty school graduates who were trained under some lady that's never heard of the word Flattop taper, or shears and can't even drape the customer correctly. LOL. If you want a correct haircut without the weed-eater look, stay away from these other so-called barber shops that have beauticians working in them. If their license doesn't say Master Barber, then they aren't a Barber and can't cut men's hair correctly cause nobody has taught them.
It was refreshing to visit a barbershop this lively. I ussally go to a chain hair care center, due to lack of barbershops of this caliber. They had six barbers on duty so the wait wasn't that long. The haircut was the best I had in years. I will return. Thanks guys
The best place in Augusta for a good haircut! The barbers are friendly and I have always gotten a great haircut there. I'm pretty particular about my hair and I've been to probably every barber shop in Augusta before choosing Russell's.