The men of Koroit no longer have to face the fear of walking into a hairdresser to get their locks lopped by a professional.
With the opening and continued growth of Black Crow Barbers, they have their own walk-in barber shop ready to cater to all their hair and shaving needs.
Whether you're busting out business at the front while having a party at the back, perfecting an undercut, primping a pompadour, rocking a man bun, searching for a sleek short back and sides - the original incarnation of the modern skin fade - or just wanting a little off the top, a really good barber will get you looking just fine.
In Koroit, that service is provided by Black Crow Barbers, which is owned by Kyra Crow, who turned her eye to the men's side of the industry after having operated Deta Hair & Beauty for the last eight years.
"We have been in business since November, offering great men's cuts and beard trimming, and old-school cut throat shaves," Kyra said.
"We found men were walking in (to Deta), wanting their hair done right then and there. We were already so busy with five hairdressers and we just couldn't fit them in."
We just want to offer a service with a friendly, welcoming vibe. It's a really chilled out place for men to come and hang out.Owner Kyra Crow
Black Crow Barbers also does all boys cuts as well as men's colour treatments.
Kayla Grant moved from Warrnambool to wield the scissors, clippers and razor, and it has proven to be a perfect match.
"Kayla has a great personality that fits well with her clientele," Kyra said.
"She also does great haircuts."
"We just want to offer a service with a friendly, welcoming vibe.
"It's a really chilled out place for men to come and hang out."
Black Crow Barbers has tailored its hours of operation to suit its clientele and provides a place to walk-in and not feel stressed.
(They are even allowed to serve alcohol and have teamed up with Koroit boutique brewer Noodledoof to provide a beer tap for clients to enjoy!)
The barber shop is effectively the little brother to big sister Deta Hair & Beauty and Kyra is proud to watch "him" grow up in "her" shadow.
"Hopefully we will be able to just keep pottering away how things are," she said.
"Maybe when we can, we would like to do some more hands-on courses."
Having established her two businesses in Koroit, Kyra is pleased to see them flourish in such a supportive environment and thanked her male and female clientele.
"Koroit is a fantastic little community," she said. "Everyone is very friendly and very welcoming."