2 hidden meanings for 💈

Off to the strip club

Submitted by Derius on 18/09/22

New hair cut/fresh trim

Submitted by Kerby on 10/09/22

Barber pole


This emoji is a barber's pole, which is a traditional sign of a barbershop. It is typically striped in red, white, and blue and has a spinning cylinder at the top. Read more

This emoji is most commonly used to indicate a desire for a haircut or to indicate that someone is going to the barbershop. It is also used to indicate a desire for a fresh look or a new style. It is popular among all age groups, but is especially popular among teens and young adults.

This emoji is most commonly used on Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat. It is not considered to be a rude emoji.

The history of this emoji dates back to the 18th century, when barber poles were first used as a sign for barbershops. The traditional barber pole was a wooden pole with a striped pattern of red, white, and blue. The spinning cylinder at the top was added in the 19th century to indicate that barbers also provided services such as shaving, haircuts, and dentistry. The barber pole has since become a symbol of barbershops around the world and is now used as an emoji to indicate a desire for a haircut or a new style.

Alias: barber
Category: Travel & Places
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