Thank you for visiting our site. I would like to welcome you to look around, check us out, and read our reviews. If you are left with any questions, call us! We look forward to meeting with you to discuss how we can work together to provide you with the look and style you desire, while also providing you with a relaxing break from your day to day schedule. All at one upscale location without the upscale price!
A Razor's Edge Barbershop & Salon, Inc. is owned and operated by Kimberly Mahoney. Our staff is very dedicated to our clients offering over 100 years combined experience.
Men have the option of an array of services as well in our unique barbershop setting. We emphasize quality and originality at affordable prices. You come to us to experience everything from the "old fashioned" tapers to the modern styles of today's world.
At A Razor's Edge we focus on family. We feel that creating a comfortable family atmosphere that allows all members to receive services at a single location will not only save you money, but also time. This is a big concern among families today.
Also, be sure to check out our new on location barbering services!
History of Barber Shops
Barbers are an ancient set of professionals: barbering services were offered in ancient Greece, Egypt, and Rome. Initially, barbers provided just hair and shaving services, but eventually they became minor surgeons and dentists as well, often extracting teeth, lancing boils, and letting blood to treat all manner of ailments. In the mid-1400s, however, as medicine began to advance into more specialized procedures, barbers withdrew from the medical services and focused on providing meticulous care of men's hair, including shaving, which was often required for religious or hygienic reasons as well as for style and status.
Our new location is 791 Broadway.
DIRECTIONS FROM UPTOWN:
Just past Academy Green on the right, Rent A Center is on your right. Pull immediately into parking lot on right. We are on the first floor below the Anne Hebard School of Ballet.
DIRECTIONS FROM THE TRAFFIC CIRCLE:
Take the Colonel Chandler Drive exit off round about. Follow to the end stay to right. Exit right and take a left into parking lot.
DIRECTIONS FROM ST. JAMES STREET:
Drive up St. James Street towards Broadway. Turn left in to parking lot directly across from Keegan Ale. Drive straight across parking lot all the way to end. We are located in the building to the left.
Notice: you must park in our lot, anywhere in our lot is fine do not park past our building/chain link fence. Unfortunetly, the owner of the people place property will have your vehicle towed.
Hours of Operation:
Sunday & Monday Closed
Tuesday & Friday: 9am - 5:30pm
Wednesday: 9am - 5pm
Thursday: Salon open by appointment only
Saturday: 9am - 2pm
Tuesday & Friday Evenings By Appointment
Thanks for helping us celebrate. If you couldn't make it to the wine & cheese party, stop by and check our new contemporary look!
Please contact us anytime! We look forward to hearing from you.
Kingston, NY 12401
History Of The Barber Pole
The classic red-and-white striped barber pole was originally a symbol related to barbers’ surgical services. The accepted theory is that the origin stems from bandages – white sterile ones and red used ones – that would be laundered and when the wind blew, would twist around one another, creating the signature stripes. Over time, poles were used as more visible and reliable signage. In the United States, the blue stripes were introduced to demonstrate patriotism, and today poles can even be found with stars to emphasize that symbolism.