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It’s an inspirational thing to see a dream come to life. When patience, tenacity, and vision meld felicitously, we’re all free to bask in the glorious payoff, and—luckily for lovers of a clean, close shave or a high-n-tight—this is the exact recipe that resulted in Garrett Michael Barbershop. By curating a refined team of barbers and taking the time to foster a growing client base, owner Daniela Marroquin has ensured that Garrett Michael is climbing the ranks of SLC barbershops.

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Beyond the warm, granite countertops, perfectly tailored design (thanks to help from Daniela's friend Simon Plevin of Outback Housing), and refurbished barber chairs (that date back to 1910!), there’s a sense of comfort that permeates from the shop from the minute you walk in. The warm towels and slick shaves are clearly a factor in said comfort, but beyond that is the overwhelming sense of community. The shop is alive with laughter and friendly conversation about family, dreams, and aspirations (from clients and barbers, alike). There’s a personal touch and a familiarity at the heart of Garrett Michael that’s all too rare in this world, and if you ask us, it pairs perfectly with a straight-razor shave. By hiring a talented team, designing a refined space, and providing an array of sensational products, Daniela has created a space that feels just as much like a high-end escape as it does like home.


Garrett Michael Barbershop | 435 E 300 S

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