For your consideration, we’re proud to introduce Lacy!
Q. What do you like to do when you’re not barbering?
A. I’m an avid snowboarder, horseback rider and volleyball player.
Q. What is one thing people would be surprised to know about you?
A. Breaking and training horses used to be my main source of income growing up.
Q. What’s your style?
A. My style is my clients’ style. I like to clearly communicate with clients month to month on how we can work together to achieve a style that is unique to them and how it can relate to their lifestyle. I’ll make it appropriate in terms of how much time and effort they want to put in every morning, night, and at the gym.
Q. What’s the method to your madness (work)?
A. I’m blunt, forward and honest. I discuss the problem areas of each client’s hair and they’ll never leave with just any same old cut. I’m also a chatter box, and I love talking to clients and coming up with new styles to try, and I love tweaking their “same old cut” to make sure it’s what they want.
Q. Do you have a favourite style?
A. I don’t have a favourite style. I can fall in love with the most classic look or look at the guy who wears an asymmetrical faux hawk with chunks of colour and want to throw myself at him… or, well at his hair. A good cut’s, a good cut the way a good song, is a good song; genre doesn’t matter.
Q. How do you bring fresh ideas about?
A. I’m inspired by every head of hair that walks by me. I’m always driven to stay in tune with what’s happening in the industry, predicting upcoming trends, and researching tools and products.
Q. Who’s your celebrity hair crush?
A. Oh, that’s tough. It’s definitely a tie. Either the super-hot Man Bun Instagram guy, Brock O’Hurn or Red Bull guy, snowboarder, Travis Rice. Damn.
Q. Where’s hometown for you?
A. The booming metropolis of Hussar, Alberta.
Q. What’s your hair story?
A. I started clipping cattle on the farm at the age of 10, and then certified for humans since 2005.