Barber Shop in Culver City

Men's Haircut Package with Options for Beard Trims and Color at Monica West Hair Salon (Up to 51% Off)

Monica West Hair Salon

West Hollywood

Expert hairstylists cut and blow-dry men’s hair, along with options for beard trims and single-process color

$30 $15

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A Men's Haircut with Shampoo and Style from Boris The Master Fader (60% Off)

Boris The Master Fader

Los Angeles

New York City barber with over 15 years experience, specializing in men’s hairstyling, the fade, and hot-towel shaves

$50 $20

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One, Two, or Three Men's Haircuts at Aqua Salon (Up to 60% Off)

Aqua Salon

Manhattan Beach

Stylists trim and buzz hair into custom styles for men

$70 $30

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Men's Cut with Optional Color or Two Men's Cuts from Isabel at Fifth Element Beauty Salon (Up to 53% Off)

Isabel at Fifth Element Beauty Salon

Manhattan Beach

Stylists craft flattering looks with haircuts, coloring treatments, and a Brazilian blowout that eliminates frizz and curls

$30 $15

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One or Three Men's Haircuts with Washes and Styles from Jackie at Altieri Brothers Salon (Up to 64% Off)

Jackie at Altieri Brothers Salon

Burbank

Stylists wash men’s hair before trimming and buzzing it into a chosen style

$45 $18

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One or Two Men's Executive Haircuts with Optional Add-On Services at 18|8 Fine Men's Salons (Up to 55% Off)

18|8 Fine Men’s Salons

Multiple Locations

Executive men's haircuts and add-ons such as color treatments, manicures, scalp treatments, facials, and straight-razor shaves

$39 $18

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Women’s Haircut with Conditioning Option, or a Men's Haircut at Aqua Salon and Spa with Eduardo Ramirez (Up to 54% Off)

Aqua Salon and Spa with Eduardo Ramirez

Chatsworth

Stylist Eduardo complements facial features with a chic cut, which can be enhanced with a hydrating conditioning treatment

$50 $25

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Men's Haircut with Basic Shave or Men's Haircut with Shampoo and Royal Shave at Hair Asylum (Up to 53% Off)

Hair Asylum

South El Monte

Barbers cut men's hair and shave faces for updated, polished looks

$30 $15

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If you’re not sure how to categorize Blind Barber—(Is it a barbershop? Cocktail lounge? Restaurant?)—just call it a men’s clubhouse. That description's just dandy with Adam Kirsch, who sat down with his partners Jeff Laub and Josh Boyd for a May 2012 LA Times interview. "We wanted to create a spot where we could just hang out any time of day," said Kirsch, "whether you’re partying, relaxing, getting your hair cut, or on your computer just doing work." And so they have. The concept was inspired by the Roaring Twenties, when going for a haircut meant socializing, discussing women, dealing cards, and playing Six Degrees of Jay Gatsby. Every cut, trim, and shave in the shop comes with a complimentary beverage and good conversation. With four barber stations arranged in an airy storefront space, and a bar in the back kicking out seasonal and specialty cocktails, beers, and sliders, Blind Barber has revived the art of looking dapper and the sanctity of feeling like you belong.

10797 Washington Blvd
Culver City,
CA
US

Since 1973, John Peri Salon has been family owned and operated and staffed with experienced stylists eager to help clients find their own unique look. They accomplish services such as women’s and men’s cuts, as well as color and keratin treatments, with attention to detail and the customer’s desires. With aestheticians rounding out the team, they also offer waxing and threading services to remove unwanted hair and shape brows.

13175 Mindanao Way
Marina Del Rey,
CA
US

Oliver Ifergan Atelier

It takes confidence to look George Clooney in the eye, let alone touch his hair. Oliver Ifergan has done both. He readily takes on celebrity clients from Clooney to Tom Ford, at least when he isn't busy serving as a spokesperson for Pantene or creating looks for the pages of Vanity Fair, In Style, and People. Now the owner of his own Beverly Hills Salon, Oliver uses his skills to fashion 'dos to suit starlets as well as those who simply want a trim. Oliver and his team cut and color strands inside a minimalist space designed by Jose Antonio Gonzalez. Metallic walls and curvaceous red chairs with attached sinks lend the salon a futuristic vibe, while a collection of art books, rare magazines, and people saying "hmmmm" liken it to a modern gallery. The atmosphere is an apt one for the creative staff, who snip, highlight, and texturize coifs with products from Ifergan's own line. They even complement their sense of chic with altruism—whether they're administering a simple lip wax, or lengthening locks with human-hair extensions from Hairdreams, 3% of the profits always go to charity.

205 S Robertson Blvd
Beverly Hills,
CA
US

Angus Mitchell carries on the hairdressing legacy of his father Paul through his namesake salon, which opened in 2009 to fanfare from publications such as Women's Wear Daily. In keeping with Paul Mitchell fans' exalted expectations, the salon trains each of its stylists on a weekly basis to keep them up-to-date on new beautification techniques and strategies for thwarting the dastardly schemes of the wig industry.

It's perhaps due to this emphasis on education that the team lays claim to the No. 33 Best Colorist in the nation as ranked by Beauty Entertainment Magazine. But each and every stylist contributes skills to the services on the experience menu, which can range from a detoxifying hair ritual to a cut that foils strands' aspirations to finally touch toes. At the polychrome color bar, stylists concoct custom color schemes for each scalp, as overhead exposed ductwork transports the tangy scent of Awapuhi Wild Ginger products.

440 N Canon Dr
Beverly Hills,
CA
US

Though The M Salon sits on bustling Rodeo Drive, its interior wraps visitors in zen-like calm. Cool, marble halls lead to the waiting room, decorated, like the rest of the space, in sparse black-and-white hues accentuated with bright orchids. A miniature kitchen lets stylists brew coffee and espresso, slice fruits, and pour wines and champagne as complimentary refreshments for their clients, and modern cabinets tuck away premium products by Moroccanoil, OSMO, Brazilian Blowout, AVEDA and CND.

The carefully designed space by Pooya Goudarzi from VerteX design studio was long the dream of The M Salon's owner, Marjan. She began with a cosmetology license that followed with numerous certifications from Brazilian Blowout to CND shellac. She is also a certified cosmetology teacher by Santa Monica College . In addition to her newly learned specialties, Marjan has a passion for the ancient art of eyebrow threading, which uses carefully twisted cotton threads to gently remove unwanted facial hair.

421 N Rodeo Dr.
Beverly Hills,
CA
US

Inside the sunny La Peer Beauty shop, patrons assisted by licensed pulchritude professionals browse glass shelves stacked high with candy-colored OPI nail polish, high-end skincare and hair products, and fragrances in twinkling bottles or room diffusers. Colognes such as Thymes’s Agave Nectar leave a bright, crisp fragrance on dermises, and skincare regimens from brands such as Dermalogica treat façades stressed out by harsh weather or the thought that professional wrestling is fake. An arsenal of curling and straightening irons and hair-dryer attachments help home stylists create their ideal dos, and hairsprays such as L’Oreal Elnett keep styles fast in place. An onsite salon puts La Peer’s products to the test as stylists trim hair or add extensions, aestheticians treat skin with facials and eye treatments, and wax techs whisk away unwanted hairs.

8950 W Olympic Blvd, #113
Beverly Hills,
CA
US