Sporting a scraggly neck beard beneath untrimmed head hair is like wearing an animatronic Big Mouth Billy Bass as a hat—both obliterate the chances of a successful job interview. Tidy up your appearance with today's Groupon: for $13, you get the Rooster Club Cut (a $27 value) at Roosters Men's Grooming Center. This deal is good at any of three convenient locations in Stone Oak, downtown San Antonio, and Helotes.
Roosters Men's Grooming Center provides stylish, professional haircuts and contemporary follicle-slashing techniques within the inviting, conversational environment that once thrived in traditional barbershops. With Roosters' full-service cut, the unkempt are preened and spruced to presentable status with a professional haircut, neck shave, a head-massaging rinse and style, and, like a cherry on top of your well-groomed face sundae, a dash of aftershave. Groupon holders have the option of adding a hot facial shave for $15 (a $25 value). With hot, steamy towels, a deep clean, and a facial massage, the close, slick shave will rid your mug of unnecessary stubble or embarrassing Salvador Dalí mustache experiments.
Large, burly, football-match competitors and Chewbacca impersonators will find plenty of room inside Roosters' plush leather chairs. And those that fondly recall the glory days of barbershops will happily recognize the warm, familiar sight of the red, white, and blue pole. Loosen up with a complimentary beverage or chat with one of Roosters' stylists as discarded whiskers and sideburns are politely asked to leave the premises.
Matador Men's Grooming
Ara Celi and Robert Godines founded Matador Men's Grooming after gaining years of experience as Rooster's franchisees. They wanted to bring the same quality of service to a venue that felt a little more local, like a classic barber shop. They and their barbers still partner dashing, close-cropped haircuts with shaves, head and face massages, and hot towel wraps. They also offer waxing services particularly focused on grooming the eyebrows, and hair tinting to banish the flecks of grey that show up as people age or slowly become statues.