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Barber Logo Maker

Create your barber logo design in minutes. Get inspired by these logos designed by other barbershops and create yours today.

How to make a barber logo in minutes

A screenshot showing the first step to create a fast logo using Wix including entering your business name and tagline.

1. Tell us about your brand

Enter your barbershop name, tagline and brand aesthetic—or just let our AI Logo Generator inspire you.

Product screenshot showing step 2 - icon customization with different colors or icon shapes to choose from using the Wix logo maker.

2. Make it your own

Choose a style that speaks to you. Then, customize the font, colors, icons and text to bring your new barber logo to life.

Product screenshot showing step 3 - the ready-made brand logos by Wix ready to be downloaded.

3. Share it with the world

Download your custom logo design and use it anywhere you need to—from business cards to branded merch.

The front and back of business cards for a design company called Bura, made using the Wix logo maker.
A branded T-shirt with a fire icon designed for a music festival called Lorika using the Wix logo maker.
A beauty brand’s moisturizer with flower packaging and cursive writing designed using the Wix logo maker.

Build your brand with Wix Logo Maker

Creating a memorable barber logo design is crucial in setting your business apart from the competition. With Wix Logo Maker, you can easily create a logo that attracts new clients, builds brand recognition and communicates your style.


From there, it’s time to create your Portfolio Website. With a Wix site, clients can easily view your work, learn more about your business, browse your services and book appointments through the built-in online scheduling software. You’ll also want to check out Wix’s other free business tools like the Beauty Business Name Ideas Generator. By combining a unique business name, a creative barber logo design and a professional site, you can build a brand that stands out. Looking to branch out into other beauty-business ventures? Check out our Crown Logo Maker, Beauty Logo Maker and Eyelash Logo Maker.

The front and back of business cards for a design company called Bura, made using the Wix logo maker.
A branded T-shirt with a fire icon designed for a music festival called Lorika using the Wix logo maker.
A beauty brand’s moisturizer with flower packaging and cursive writing designed using the Wix logo maker.

Barber logo design tips

The Wix logo maker in action showing how colors, design and text can be edited for a retreat brand called Eden Oasis.

Choose the right font

Your logo’s font helps define the feel of your barber brand so the typography you choose should reflect your style. 


Typefaces from the Serif or Script font families are often seen in barber logos as they complement the retro look quite well. If the feel of your brand is more contemporary, a font with bold and straight lines would be a good choice.

Use color strategically

Like typography, colors also play a large role in communicating the feel of your barbershop. It’s a good idea to research logo psychology when choosing your logo colors


Many barber logos contain red and blue, the colors displayed on barber poles. A monochrome color scheme is also a popular choice for these logos, so you could integrate black and white into the design.

Make a graphic statement

Icons, illustrations and graphics also help you stand out from the competition. Be sure to choose a graphic element that reflects the style of your barbershop. 


If your stylists work with a creative flair, perhaps a silhouette of a well-groomed man with impressive hair would be a good fit, or you can keep it traditional with images of scissors and combs.

Select the right layout

When creating your barber logo, it's important to choose a layout that is visually appealing, balanced and suits your business' style. You’ll also want to try out your logo on various mediums to ensure that it works well across the board. 


Don't hesitate to create variations of your logo to optimize the layout for each use case. For instance, you may want to use your complete brand name and logo on printed materials such as packaging, brochures and business cards but just an icon on social media platforms.