Knockouts Haircuts for Men amps up the classic barbershop experience with a lavish, sports-themed approach to men's styling that has been featured on Today and CNBC's The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch. At a still-growing number of locations throughout the country, the company's all-female staff of stylists quarterbacks a full playbook of services ranging from bare-essential to spa-worthy. First and foremost, they clip shaggy locks, but they also administer facials, manicures, massages, and waxes. Complimentary beverages are included with every visit, giving patrons something to sip on while watching a sports game on TV or contemplating how they would fend off a lion using just a comb.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 1 person
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: 60-minute custom facial
Brands Used: ?minence Organic Skin Care
Pro Tip: Please arrive 15 minutes prior to service to fill out paperwork.
Inside The Cut, Anna specializes in the precise art of enhancing eyelashes. With a steady hand and an eye for perfection, she adheres extensions to individual lashes. The resulting look is lush and noticeable, yet still natural-looking.
At Tanfastic, the scene is set for customers to fake a beach vacation. Fronds of palm trees rustle, teal walls are colored like the ocean, and staff members make shushing sounds that mimic the ocean's waves. Customers seeking UV tanning can recline in one of the salon's beds or in a standup booth, where circulating air keeps them cool. Those who shun UV rays completely can get a natural-looking tan in the Mystic Tan spray-tan booth.
Flickering candles, intricate metal mirrors, and cozy treatment-table bedding demonstrate Jenn’s attention to detail. This painstaking care is an asset for the licensed aesthetician, who specializes in cleaning tiny pores. Using PCA Skin products, Jenn polishes mugs with an array of treatments, including microdermabrasion, ultrasonic facials, and procedures for men and teens. In private rooms, she also uses wax to carefully remove unwanted hair from the root, leaving skin as soft and smooth as a caterpillar emerging from a spa.
Dr. Tamyra Rogers could not have predicted how spending time on a Navajo reservation would shape her multifaceted approach to weight loss. After spending a year as chief resident at The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Dr. Rogers directed the metabolic clinic at the Tuba City Indian Medical Center in Arizona. She helped build a wellness center for the Navajo Nation and chaired a program to fight the growing diabetes epidemic. During her time there, she gained an appreciation of the community's holistic health-care philosophy.
Today, Dr. Rogers combines her background in traditional Western medicine with weight-loss strategies that address each person as a whole rather than two children in disguise. Dr. Rogers's team of personal trainers and group fitness instructors complement her own fitness knowledge, which stems from playing college basketball.