At The Good Barber, customers get an old school barber shop experience without the outdated equipment or hairstyles. In a "man cave" with private rooms and old-fashioned oversize leather chairs, barbers provide services for men as they sip complimentary beer and watch sports on TV. They use high-quality lotions, treatments, and peppermint scrub, as their barbers provide a wide range of services from standard haircuts to eyebrow, beard, and moustache trimming, as well as hot towel shaves. They even offer mock shaves for boys who want to be just like their Dad or boys who grow invisible facial hair.
The hair-pampering pros at The Haircutters have trimmed locks and transformed outmoded manes for more than a quarter of a century. Unlike many salons, in which shampooing is a separate service, the team starts off every haircut and style by treating scalps to suds with handfuls of professional products from top brands such as Biolage and American Crew.
Apart from the signature shampoo-and-cuts, the staff at The Haircutters also offers color and texturizing services. Redken color camp for men gets hombres’ heads looking good, and spiral perms cascade with curls. Devoted to client convenience, The Haircutters welcomes walk-ins seven days a week.
Knockouts Haircuts for Men is a guy-centric salon that's been featured on the Today Show. Its décor mimics that of a boxing ring, but—unlike the real thing—guests look fresher when they leave. Complimentary beverages greet the mitts of each client, and flat-screen televisions and quality service round out a first-rate experience. Your heavyweight treatment includes a consultation, before-and-after shampoos, a cut, a rinse, and styling according to your personal preferences. Each weary head will be treated to a scalp massage and one nametag identifying it as "Movie Actor Harrison Ford."
The stylists at Cost Cutters are surgically joined to their clippers, helpless but to practice gorgeous cuts on every nearby tree or lunchtime sandwich. From bangs and bobs to curls and layers, the head-shapers will deliver your fantasy haircut to your reality head. They'll get you in and out before you're even aware that you've been shorn and shined. With Cost Cutters' private label shampoos and conditioners, your lustrous locks will double as a traffic signal.
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.
The licensed specialists at Hair Tech Plus channel their talents and extensive knowledge of styling trends to sculpt hair and face clay into artistic treasures. Entrust tangled mop tops to skilled scissor fingers and experience the betterment of a finely tailored cut for women ($27) and men ($18). A deep-conditioning treatment will uplift those whose lives are suppressed under the reign of consistently frizzy follicles, prompting smooth-haired parties complete with split-end shaped piñatas ($12). Express your inner self by altering imparted hues with a single-step coloring ($53), bringing unscathed blond locks to a temptress red or temptress red locks to a clowny rainbow. Those with insufficient fluttering abilities can elongate eyelashes (a $140 value) to an ample, Bambi-like length with the aid of extensions and artificial intelligence. Hair Tech Plus also offers waxing services to rid the chin ($8), eyebrows ($12), or lip areas ($8) of unwanted fuzz, revealing the pristine planes beneath.