What You'll Get
A man's hairstyle can make bold statements, from proudly proclaiming its owner's stylishness to bitterly accusing its owner's beard of plagiarism. Let your hair speak for itself with today's Groupon: for $25, you get a haircut, hot-towel shave, and a beer at Male Essentials Grooming Lounge (a $50 value).
Male Essentials Grooming Lounge pampers masculine coifs and sculpts facescapes in relaxed, sports-bar-esque environs, complete with a widescreen TV and chilled beer. In a haircut and hot-towel shave ($45), skilled stylists trim and tame manes, evicting nesting swallows and closing with a crisp, razor-aided finish. Two rounds of hot-towel applications soften jaws for a close shave administered by a keen-eyed tonsorialist armed with a straight razor and Gentlemens Refinery shaving cream. While receiving these attentions, customers can watch sports and high-octane Gregorian chant-offs on the lounge's widescreen TV and sip a complimentary cold beer (a $5 value). The salon's product sample bar offers free pocket-sized samples of skincare products from eShave, Billy Jealousy, and Baxter of California.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 10, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Must be 19 or older. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Male Essentials
When you walk into Male Essentials and sit down on the cushy leather sofa you're in for more than a haircut or Dermalogica MicroZone mini facial. You might literally rub elbows with a celebrity. One of the barbers crafted a new fade for actor Sean Patrick Thomas for a scene in a new TV show called The Selection. The crew's fade artists also outfit skulls with a familiar pro hockey logo—their signature Canucks cut has been featured in USA Today, and team member Zack Kassian even occasionally stops by for a haircut. And when Marc-Anthony Massiah of Hush Magazine tried out the shop's straight-razor shave—which includes two rounds of hot towels—he proclaimed that in "35 years my face has never felt like this."
Before or after their treatment, men swagger across the rustic wood floors and sit in front of the fireplace to catch a hockey game or high-stakes Battleship match on the widescreen TV. The brick-and-mortar and online boutiques also carry a wide variety of personal-care products by brands such as Billy Jealousy and Baxter of California.