If ignored, subtle scruff can quickly grow into a burly beard, trapping crumbs, loose change, and sparrows. De-nest face fuzz with today's Groupon to ê Shave. Choose between the following options:
- For $15, you get a Signature Shave Package (a $30 value), valid at the World Financial Center and Rockefeller Center location.
- For $25, you get a Signature Shave and Haircut (a $55 value), valid at the Rockefeller Center location.
The trained trimmers at ê Shave transform masculine visages from tarnished and unruly to groomed and polished with a variety of services using the company's signature products. The signature shave starts off with a hot towel prep and pre-shave oil massage designed to open pores and soften skin. After a Kris Kringle-esque hot lather, a skilled shaver shears off facial follicles, then applies an after-shave moisturizer, leaving skin smoother than a velvet bean. Opt for the signature shave and haircut, and a stylist sharply shapes head helmets with a hairline clean up to ensure a neat face frame and bronze-casting worthy mug.
At eShave, experts specialize in men's shaving and grooming products that help customers look and feel good with natural, luxurious, and paraben-free products. eShave was founded by Danielle Malka, who first made inroads into the shaving business when she created a successful program to educate barbers in the UK. As the barbers' trade tips trickled down to consumers, her renown grew, and in 1996, she founded eShave to enhance the shaving experience through elegant razors, kits, and shaving creams devoid of the porcupine quills often found in competitors' products. Danielle still designs eShave's hand-sculpted, aesthetically unique razors, badger brushes, and shave stands, many of which have been featured in dozens of local and national health and lifestyle magazines.
At eShave's retail outlets, trained trimmers specialize in transforming masculine mugs from bushy to groomed with their signature barber services. Using the company's own products, its signature shaves begin with a relaxing hot-towel preparation and facial oil massage to open up the pores, followed by a hot lather to moisten and prepare skin for a close, comfortable shave or clever escape from pursuers. After coolly slicing bristles with a straight razor, a barber neatly wipes away all remaining evidence of his work and provides an aftershave moisturizer to prevent irritation and soothe nude jaws.