Straight Razor ShavesThe Heritage Club is South Tampa’s newest Barbershop and Salon just for men. We offer hot towel straight razor shaves for all styles. From clean shaven to full-on beard, we can make you look your best. 

What’s Your Style? 

Our talented barbers and stylists can groom your beard and mustache to achieve whatever look you desire. From the conservative Full Beard or Van Dyke to the trend-setting Verdi or Bandholz, we can help you make a statement that fits your personality.
 
  • The short stubble style of beard is arguably one of the most simple ones around. It can be achieved by growing facial hair for a few days after shaving. This type beard looks very short. To maintain a short stubble successfully, use a trimmer and adjust it so that the built-in guard is set all the way back. Any hair
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  • As the name suggests, a medium stubble is a beard style slightly longer than the short stubble. While the short stubble can be achieved by growing the beard for 1 to 2 days, a medium stubble may require a couple of days more. A medium stubble can be anywhere between 3 to 5 mm long. Any longer and it begins
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  • The long stubble style of beard may be trickier to maintain than its shorter counterparts. It is also referred to as the perfect five o’clock shadow as it presents as an even darkening in the lower third of a man’s face. The long stubble is slightly longer than the medium stubble, measuring about 6 mm and to achieve this look
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  • The Full Beard is considered a classic style and THE classic way to actually grow facial hair. The full beard can be difficult to achieve as not every man has the ability to grow one. A full beard has a very distinct shape: It starts at the cheek line and everything below that is left to grow naturally. Beardsmen who
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  • A French Fork beard is a very distinctive style. It’s still considered a full beard look, but is characterized by hair extending past the chin and splitting down the middle in two segments and is named for the fact that original French forks only had 2 prongs. In recent times, fictional character Jack Sparrow has been credited for making the
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  • The Ducktail style of beard is another twist off the original full beard and gets its name from its appearance. By looking at it you can easily see how much the bottom part of this style of beard resembles the tail of a duck. Many beardsmen consider the Ducktail a perfect compromise between the wild characteristic of having a beard
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  • The Circle beard is the style for beardsmen who want a neater appearance While having full beards may appear untidy, wild and unkempt to some, the circle beard is a good compromise that allows a man to still keep some facial hair. The circle beard derives its name from its shape. It combines a mustache and a rounded goatee to
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  • A goatee is a type of beard worn on the chin, much like a Billy Goat’s beard and is never supposed to be connected to a mustache. A proper goatee should have hair right below the lower lip and the standard size for a goatee has to be the same as the width of the beardsman’s mouth. To grow a
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  • The extended goatee is also called the tailback or the Hollywoodian and it’s a combination of the goatee and the mustache. Even more variations on this style can be attained by simply adjusting the shapes and angles of the hair extensions. In appearance it looks like a mustache connected to a beard, but with the sideburns removed. To grow an
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  • For the man who really wants to make an impression with his facial hair, the Imperial style is certainly one that will do that! The Imperial beard style is not really a beard but rather a mustache and was popular in France during the period of the Second Empire, where it got the name Imperial, instead of the former Royale.
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  • The theory behind the Van Dyke beard style is simple: a goatee combined with a mustache. The Van Dyke beard style gets its name from the 17th Century Flemish painter Anthony Van Dyke and this beard style was his signature look, but has recently experienced a resurgence in popularity. When sporting the Van Dyke, the rest of the beardman’s cheeks
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  • As you may have already guessed, the Anchor style of beard gets its name from the nautical anchor and the overall shape should resemble one. To get the Anchor right, a beardman’s face must be free of sideburns, but have a beard that extends along the jawline and is then styled to a point. This point should be connected to
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  • The Balbo beard style has an interesting history. It used to be closely linked to fascists as the man who made it popular was Italian Air Marshall Italo Balbo, who was one of Mussolini’s henchmen during the second world war. In recent times though, the Balbo seems to be synonymous with actor Robert Downey Jr. The Balbo style can be
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  • The Mutton chops style of beard are actually a fancier term for longer sideburns that are allowed to extend down to the corners of the mouth. To grow Mutton Chops, a man should let his sideburns grow to the corner of his mouth freely. Then, he should terminate a part of the sideburns, creating an imaginary line defined at each
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  • There is a slight variation between the Friendly Mutton Chops style of beard to the regular Mutton Chops. Friendly Mutton Chops still involve sideburns but these have to extend to the edge of the mouth and have to be connected to a moustache. Keep in mind that the moustache is the main difference. To grow Friendly Mutton Chops, allow sideburns
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  • The Verdi is an example of a full beard that has been slightly styled. It should be short and rounded at the bottom and should be no longer than 10 cm in length when measured from the bottom lip. The Verdi also features a moustache that is distinct from the beard. The moustache must not grow more than 1.5 cm
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  • The Garibaldi is the type of beard that will suit a man who is looking for a slightly unkempt style. It is basically a wide and full beard with a rounded bottom and an integrated moustache. The Garibaldi should be no more than 20 cm in length. While the moustache should be kept neat, the beard can be allowed to
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  • The Dutch Beard is known to be an old-school beard style. It is commonly associated with the lumberjack type of facial hair. The Dutch also referred to as the Old Dutch is a large and long beard. It is connected by sideburns and is allowed to flare outwards at the bottom. The Dutch should not have a moustache.
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  • The Bandholz style of beard has a very interesting story behind it. Eric Bandholz started out as a run of the mill guy working in the corporate world. In 2011, he felt a strong desire to grow a beard but always got negative comments from his corporate work environment. He then decided to ditch his job and began to pursue
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  • Its probably a no brainer to most of you as to what a clean shave beard style is. As the name suggests, it is a very clean style, meaning the absence of any facial hair. While it is fair to say that growing facial hair comes with a certain set of benefits, the same can also be said for the
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  • The Heritage Club is South Tampa’s newest Barbershop and Salon just for men. We offer hot towel straight razor shaves for all styles. From clean shaven to full-on beard, we can make you look your best. What’s Your Style? Our talented barbers and stylists can groom your beard and mustache to achieve whatever look you desire. From the conservative Full
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