The barbers and stylists on Butler's executive grooming team are specially trained to deal with the rugged majesty of a man's hair and skin. They use high-end grooming products, such as Jack Black, Molton Brown, and Anthony, to ensure the classiest haircut ($38) possible. The hot towels and pre-shave oils of Butler's signature hot-lather shave ($30) are so relaxing you might need to be pinched when prompted for your choice of straight razor or Mach-3 razor. Escape to the comforts of Butler's manspa while meticulous manicurists rejuvenate your nails ($25). Finally, understanding the symbiotic relationship between a gentleman and his hard shoe, Butler's shoeshiner will give your foot-protecting friends the luster they deserve ($7).
Working out of Alexander's Barbershop, master barber Tina Olive knows how to handle the rougher edges of men’s beards and sideburns. There are no unnecessary frills to her classic haircuts—just the snips and clips it takes to craft sharp, contemporary looks. She does, however, offer a VIP haircut that includes a straight-razor shave. To prep whiskers for this traditional treatment, Tina first applies a hot towel and then hot lather to make for a smooth shave.
Although she holds 25 years of industry experience, Barbara Gray remains up to date on the latest nail trends. In addition to her standard nail services, Barbara can extend the life of mani-pedis with optional add-ons, such as coating nails with CND Shellac—a UV-cured formula that remains chip-free for up to two weeks. And in addition to pampering feet with pedicures, Barbara sells custom-fitted toe rings in sizes 1–18.
The stylists, aestheticians, and massage therapists at Pure Salon and Spa pamper clients from scalp to sole with a full menu of hair, skin, and body treatments. They update looks with haircuts and color treatments or send unwanted body hair packing with sugaring sessions. Mani-pedis leave fingers and toes primped and polished, and massages relax even the most tightly wound of muscles.
Those who glance at Elegant Nails and Hair's service menu might find nail treatments that they hadn't even heard of before. Indeed, within a bright space marked by robins'-egg-blue walls, plush pedicure chairs, and cherry-wood accents, the staff administers everything from cheetah-patterned nail art to french-tip acrylics. In addition to hands and feet, the staff beautifies its clients with eyebrow waxes, makeup applications, and natural hairstyles such as box braids and locs.