The hair and makeup department at the new Madison Beer Hair salon in Madison, Wisconsin, has been getting some heat.
The store opened in February and the barbershop was open for only a few months.
Some of the staff and customers have gone on to become regulars, but most don’t like the atmosphere or the decor.
We spoke to the barber who said he liked it, but had some reservations.
“I don’t know how it feels to be treated like that, especially in this day and age,” the barbed-wire fence barber told ESPN.
“The whole idea of it is just a joke.
It’s a joke in a bad way.”
Some are questioning the authenticity of the salon and the salon itself.
The salon is run by a former bouncer, and many customers are accusing the barbs-and-hair salon staff of not caring about their hair.
The Madison Beer Salon’s barbers have not responded to ESPN’s request for comment.
The barbers shop was built by a company called Madison Hair Studio, and Madison Hair has been offering haircuts and other services at the salon.
A spokesperson for the salon confirmed that the bartershop is open, but did not comment on the accusations.
In a statement posted to Facebook, the salon said it was open “to everyone.”
The salon said its barbers were trained to “follow the most modern, eco-friendly standards of hair styling.”
The statement continued: “We do not use barbers on our premises.
All of our barbers are certified professional barbers by Madison Hair.”