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What You'll Get
Like Samson, a man's physical strength is directly proportional to the length of his hair, which is why The Beatles spent most of the 1960s crushing classical marble busts with their bare hands. Trade some strength for a new look with today's Groupon to Knockouts Haircuts for Men.
- For $10, you get The Heavyweight haircut (a $25 value).
- For $35, you get for a 90-minute Swedish massage (a $95 value).
After a consultation with a scissor-handed stylist, your Heavyweight haircut will kick off with a relaxing shampoo. As your stylist snips, shaves, and shears, direct your attention toward the many flat-screen TVs showing all the day’s top sports and a few of its bottom ones, such as the World’s Slowest Man tournament. After the follicular wreckage is cleared with a second round of shampoo and a rinse, your stylist will initiate a scalp massage before arranging head-strands to your specifications. If you opt to receive the 90-minute Swedish massage, one of Knockouts' talented team members will use gentle but firm-pressured kneads and long connective strokes to improve circulation, ease muscle aches, and dissolve stress as swiftly as water does powdered Gatorade.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 6, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Valid only at listed location. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Knockouts Haircuts for Men
Pretty pampering pros at Knockouts Haircuts for Men, which is now under new ownership, spruce up scalps and cosset weary bodies in a sports-theme men’s salon that has been featured on the Today show and The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch on CNBC. As guests sip ice-cold beers or other beverages and watch a game on flat-screen TVs, stylists sculpt sleek, fashionable looks with the salon’s signature six-step Heavyweight haircut. While the stylists shampoo hair or untie chin-strap beards, aestheticians wax backs and chests or refurbish rugged skin with facials and hand treatments. Stationed in private treatment rooms, the salon’s massage therapists promote further relaxation with modalities designed to melt residual tension from gentlemanly handshaking contests.