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A controversial University of Michigan study of mice dressed as people revealed that male status is determined by the following traits (in order from most influential to least): appearance, ability to drive blindfolded, pronunciation of “difficult” words, and knife skills. Findings were based on a pattern of beautiful mice eating ugly mice as well as logical assumptions. If there’s a lesson from this study, it’s that appearance matters.
Miracles in the City, a preeminent DC salon and spa, allows human men to succeed like alpha mice. Live like a pretty king with today’s Groupon.
Today’s Groupon gets you $85 worth of man-pampering at Miracles in the City for $25 (that’s 71% off). Located at 1501 Wilson Blvd. in Arlington, it’s the perfect spot for DC men looking to get a taste of a high-end salon (it’s a delicate balance of butterscotch and aloe). Get the most out of your visit with a smorgasbord of treatments:
- Shampoo and conditioning treatment
- Scalp massage
- Haircut and style
- Paraffin wax and hand massage
- Hot towel and facial toner
- Beer or wine
- Free touch-up within two weeks of appointment
For 15 years, Miracles has helped men indulge and unwind in a world primarily occupied by women. The expertly trained staff caters to men by providing innocuous conversation about sports, things that taste good with cheese, and near-fatal car accidents.
If you’re looking for a unique Father’s Day gift and you’ve noticed your dad has unkempt cuticles or a sore scalp, don’t miss out on this great deal. Get your Groupon!
Yelpers give Miracles in the City 4.5 stars. Here’s what they’re saying:
- “There is something to be said for having someone you trust will give you a quality cut every time.” – Paul S.
- ”… the atmosphere was up to beat with cool music, sweet seating area, pleasant employees; the energy felt fantastic…” – Alicia S
- “Miracles has been home to my hair since 2006… Every time I get my hair done by Vula, people are complementing me and asking where I go for my hair.” – Leslie S.
Miracles in the City
Miracles in the City founder Olympia Hantzopoulos has stayed busy for nearly two decades overseeing a team of hairstylists and developing her own line of styling products. In addition to a whirlwind of activity that results in ombre color, hair gloss, replenished chit-chat reservoirs, and Brazilian keratin smoothing, the space demonstrates Hantzopoulos’s other passion: recognizing the work of female artisans in developing countries. The boutique side of the business sparkles with jewelry such as antique tribal necklaces, hand-blown glass trinkets, and beaded cuff bracelets. The salon also hosts an art gallery with installations that have included children’s art from an Afghani orphanage.