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The staff at Tocco Classico helps clients to cultivate confidence with a variety of salon and spa treatments. From behind a row of black-leather styling chairs, stylists perform cuts and coloring services that can redefine a client's image and erase evidence of having chased loose change into a cotton-candy machine. Aestheticians target blemishes and imperfections with facial treatments or quickly remove unwanted hair with waxing. Massage therapists reward shoulders, backs, and legs with relaxing bodywork treatments. The spa also keeps clients looking food after they leave by stocking a variety of hair products for ongoing upkeep.
The barbers at The Men’s Room groom guests with stylish haircuts, beard trims, and head, face, and neck shaves. In Place Magazine characterizes the shop’s “black leather furniture” and “stainless steel fixtures,” noting that each seat treats clients to a personal flat-screen TV.
Whether you've got a flair for flares, an addiction to cigarette jeans, or you push toward pedal-pushing pedal pushers, The Blues Jean Bar has the stone-washed, pre-torn, or impeccable indigo of your dreams. The shop is designed like a tavern, keeping the savory styles of more than 40 top labels (for both men and women) “on tap.” Saunter up to the wood-hewn bar and ask the friendly denim-smith to whip you up a pair that combines your favorite wash, size, cut, and aroma. He or she will rifle through shelves stocked with labels such as Citizens of Humanity, 7 For All Mankind, and Red Engine to find your fittingest fit in the latest fashion, eliminating the drudgery of surfing wave after indistinguishable wave of blue. D Magazine, which recently named the bar the Best Place to Buy Jeans, calls it "almost as fun as a real bar." Prices range from $150 to $225, depending on the label and style.
Kiehl‰Ûªs skin and body care, developed by John Kiehl, has helped customers take care of their skin since the company opened in 1851 as an Old World apothecary in New York‰Ûªs East Village. Like all Kiehl‰Ûªs outposts, the Newbury Street location, one of 250 retail stores worldwide, exudes a clean and airy feel. The store is located in one of the city‰Ûªs tonier retail neighborhoods and is small but well merchandised. Shelves are lined with scrubs, toners, serums, cleansers and sun care products, from their popular Creme de Corps Body Moisturizer to their signature scent Musk Eau de Toilette Spray. They also offer a line of skin care products for men. Animal lovers will enjoy the selection of pet products that include grooming shampoo and conditioner for dogs. All products contain natural ingredients and botanical extracts. Friendly knowledgeable professionals are on hand to help shoppers make the right choices.