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ABOUT: A Chicago suburban creature of the night drawn to bright twinkly lights, Drey is going to have to work to convince us he is not, in fact, a giant moth with great motor skills and a good vocabulary.
We often find barbers have a foundation in some sort of artistic discipline, and Drey is no exception, pursuing school for graphic design before being bitten by the hair bug. Twice! We may be a barbershop, but dual-licensed folks are experts in more than just the short stuff, we are always jazzed to have the duals as part of the team.
FAVORITE THINGS: Like nearly everyone who has ever and will ever work here, animals, especially cats, dogs, lizards and bugs, to the point he surprised his family a bit by not becoming a veterinarian. He seems to like consuming those things that give a buzz, from iced coffee to all the sour candies, so it will be dangerous for him to work in a place where we get employee discounts on one of those things. Oh yeah, and true crime murder podcasts. Who doesn't?
FANDOMS: Horror everything and the conventions that come with them (meeting the actors, seeing the cosplay, collecting the figurines), plus everything involved in the spooky season (pumpkin flavored things, hoodie weather, bonfires), and things that light up and especially glow in the dark (lightning bug bellies, glow sticks, Christmas lights).
SPECIALTIES: With a decade in the hair game, Drey is one of those legendary dual licensed barbers, also holding a cosmetology license. While everyone here is good at all the things we do (they wouldn't be barbers of Beardsgaard otherwise!) his shaves are exceptional, his blends are beautiful, and you can hardly see his fingers when he works, they're moving so fast. It's rather like his namesake, but with more reasonably sized scissors. The thing he's possibly best at, however, is the one thing he doesn't have often on his own head, beards. He has this unique way of pulling a beard together into a perfectly groomed masterpiece that doesn't look overly "done," it looks like it naturally grows that perfectly. Truly beautiful beard work.