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What You'll Get
Before the invention of scissors, hair could only be shortened via naturally occurring escalator snags and inevitable bonfire curiosity. Snip strands the newfangled way with today's Groupon to Sloane Square Barbers & Shoppe, located on Alton Road. The experience at Sloane Square Barbers & Shoppe pays homage to traditional barbershop grooming techniques while meshing modern amenities and convenience. Each treatment includes the complimentary beverage of your choice, hot towel, and shoulder massage. Sloane Square Brothers provides a comfortable atmosphere for the modern man to relax and be groomed the way every XY chromosome should, with professional barbers chiseling frizzled hair via axe to form the world's most impressive belly button moustache (or just a clean cut and shave). Choose one of the following options:
- $13 for the Luxury Haircut (a $26 value)
- $29 for the Commodore package (a $58 value), which includes the luxury haircut and a hot lather shave
- Sloane Square is service at its finest providing customers with the best in men’s grooming products, a complimentary cocktail or beverage, hot towel and shoulder massage with every treatment, and an array of Taschen books to read, lounge music, and satellite television for added comfort; Basically, you’ll get a classic barbershop experience with a rich, modern touch. – Diana Gdula, Haute Living Magazine
- Classic-but-contemporary atmosphere, great service, not pricey. – Fernando, Google Maps
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 4, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Valid only for service option purchased. By appointment only. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Sloane Square Barbers & Shoppe
There's no such thing as a regular haircut at Sloane Square Barbers & Shoppe. The barbers at this men-only shop add extra touches to every service, and even their most basic option is called a "luxury haircut." It lives up to the name. During the service, barbers hand clients complementary beverages, sit them down in front of a flat screen TV, and then start clipping. They not only snip precise looks, but also massage shoulders and shave the back of necks with a straight razor, just like cowboys used to do before their cowboy proms. Visitors can also opt to groom their nails or refresh skin with mini-facials.