While Brotherhood call themselves 'urban stylists' they also follow the age-old philosophy that a barbers should be a place to come together, socialise and exchange ideas. Though they certainly appreciate some casual loitering and conversation, you should probably sit down and get your hair cut; there are TVs after all. T
he North Shore business offer four tiers of cuts: the classic, the buzzed, the executive and the silver brother. Most come with a refreshing hot towel finish too. The company is run by Jeremy Foster-Moan, who has 15 years experience and a couple of awards under his hair covered belt.