New Shop, Old Times

Norma Hayo recently opened a barber shop, at 8 Myrtle Avenue.

This is “06880”-worthy for 3 reasons.

  • There are not a lot of female barbers around.
  • Unlike many downtown store owners, she’s decorated her place nicely for the holidays.
  • You gotta love that barber pole. And it will be there long after the decorations are gone.

Normas Barber Shop


2 responses to “New Shop, Old Times

  1. Norma is an smazing barber and an even better person. She left Kennedys to open her own shop on Myrtle Avenue. She is the hardest working small businessperson I’ve ever seen and cares about each customer like you’re her family. She’s open 7 days a week and will come in early or stay late if you can’t make her regular hours. You will feel like a regular after one visit. Try Norma’s soon for a haircut or the best straight razor shave you’ve ever had.

  2. Norma is the best barber I’ve ever had — and a wonderful person. I followed her from Kennedy’s and it’s so much easier at her own shop. She’s incredibly flexible to work with my schedule and treats clients like family. We always leave looking sharp and with a smile.