There are many choices to be made at the barbershop, including the length of the cut, the direction of the swoop, and how much to tip the lawnmower that does the actual trimming. Mow your mop with today’s Groupon to Hair M, with locations in Portland and Beaverton. Choose from the following options:
- For $50, you get a complete men’s haircare package at (up to a $110 total value). The package includes:
- King’s Cut hair service (up to a $40 value), which includes: haircut and style, shampoo and conditioning, five-minute scalp-and-neck massage, and steamed towel.
- Ultimate hot-towel shave (a $35 value).
Scalp-renewal treatment with Nioxin Scalp Renew (a $35 value).<p>
- For $20, you get $40 toward men’s salon services.<p>
The adept Hair M staff pampers male clientele with relaxing services paired with complimentary drinks in a laid-back lounge setting. The 45-minute King’s Cut addresses all manner of manly mane issues with a cut, style, plus a swift mini massage punctuated by a hot, steamed towel. The day at the salon continues with an application of Nioxin Scalp Renew salve, which does away with dry and dead cells to unclog hair follicles and help counteract hair loss. Finally, staffers drape one last hot towel over the face to begin a close shave followed by a gentle hand and face massage.
Alternatively, clients can choose between myriad grooming, massage, and face and body services, including haircuts ($15–$60), golfer’s massages ($125) and anti-aging treatments ($110). As stylists sculpt and trim locks to client specifications, pompadour patients can catch up on important cartoons on the lockly shop’s wall-mounted LCD TVs. And to keep the mood light while heads of hair lighten up, staffers extend complimentary offerings of coffee, wine, or Widmer Brothers beer flowing frothily from the tap.
Esquire named Hair M the best barber in Portland in 2010, and CitySearch followed suit two years later. The barbershop has also been featured in the New York Times, Men's Health magazine, and the nightmares of unibrows everywhere. The evidence is plain—a man can get a mean haircut at Hair M. But the business offers so much more.
An environment of rugged wood paneling punctuated with HDTVs tuned to sports channels makes the most style-phobic fellow feel welcome, and the bar serving Widmer beers and fine wines doesn't hurt either. Besides regal grooming services, Hair M performs upscale face and body treatments, and keeps a massage therapist on staff at both locations.