Some say that real men wear pink, others say that real men save babies from towering trees and rescue kittens from burning buildings; today’s Groupon declares that whatever your definition is, real men recognise that looking sharp is a crucial part of remaining cool and confident. Treat your manly self to a cut and shave for R30 at The Barber Stop.
Considered to be a respected emporium of masculinity, The Barber Stop is a harmonious urban retreat for the man-on-the-go who needs some good old-fashioned grooming. Embodying the comradery of a barber’s shop – without the Sweeney Todd vibe – The Barber Stop is reminiscent of a private gentlemen’s club where men of good grooming gather to exchange tips on the stock market and chat about manly things like steel and politics.
Put your work-related woes and tax-paying torments to the side, pop a squat on The Barber Stop’s modern seating and enjoy the feel of a mucho guy’s preening paradise; a stylish space that boasts fast cars on the walls, a shiny LCD TV screen and enough motor magazines to keep you entranced during the grooming session.
The Barber Stop has a cut and shave for every occasion, whether it’s getting you prepped for a business presentation, making sure your son is looking sharp for a school photo or trimming those sideburns because according to your lady “you can’t be Wolverine!”
Put grooming grievances behind you and feel at the top of your game with a professional cut and shave.Grooming good fact: When men from Denmark turn 30, the tradition states that they go for a hand massage and then meet their male cousin twice removed at a fast food stand. Here the male cousin twice removed will educate the man with valuable stories on life, love and cholesterol.