HAIRCUTS

Hair-cut, 1887, "act of cutting the hair," from hair (n.) + cut (n.). As "style of wearing the hair," by 1890.

The Romans began to cut the hair about A.U.C. 454, when Ticinius Maenas introduced Barbers from Sicily. Then they began to cut, curl, and perfume it. The glass was consulted as now upon rising from the barber's chair. [Rev. Thomas Dudley Fosbroke, "Encyclopædia of Antiquities," London, 1825]

SHAVING

Old English sceafan (strong verb, past tense scof, past participle scafen), "to scrape, shave, polish," from Proto-Germanic *skaban (source also of Old Norse skafa, Middle Dutch scaven, German schaben, Gothic skaban "scratch, shave, scrape"), from PIE *skabh-, collateral form of root *(s)kep-"to cut, to scrape, to hack" (see scabies). Related: Shavedshaving. Original strong verb status is preserved in past tense form shaven. Specifically in reference to cutting the hair close from mid-13c. Figurative sense of "to strip (someone) of money or possessions" is attested from late 14c.

MUSTACHE STYLING

1580s, from French moustache (15c.), from Italian mostaccio, from Medieval Greek moustakion, diminutive of Doric mystax (genitive mystakos) "upper lip, mustache," related to mastax "jaws, mouth," literally "that with which one chews," from PIE root *mendh- "to chew" (see mandible).

Borrowed earlier (1550s) as mostacchi, from the Italian word or its Spanish derivative mostacho. The plural form of this, mustachios, lingers in English. Slang shortening stache attested from 1985.

BEARD TRIMMING

"close growth of hair on the chin and lower face, normally characteristic of an adult male" (that of the upper lip being distinguished in Modern English as the mustache), Old English beard "beard," from West Germanic *barthaz (source also of Old Frisian berd, Middle Dutch baert, Old High German bart, German bart), seemingly from PIE root *bhardhā- "beard" (source also of Old Church Slavonic brada, Russia boroda, Lithuanian barzda, Old Prussian bordus, and perhaps Latin barba "beard"). Old French berd is from Germanic.

BEARD TREATMENTS

1560s, "conduct or behavior toward someone or something," from treat (v.) + -ment. In the medical sense, it is first recorded 1744.

BARBER PRODUCTS

1762, "to massage," from Anglo-Indian shampoo, from Hindi champo, imperative of champna "to press, knead the muscles," perhaps from Sanskrit capayati "pounds, kneads." Meaning "wash the hair" first recorded 1860; extended 1954 to carpets, upholstery, etc. Related: Shampooedshampooing.

HAIRCUTS

Haircut
$12.00
Haircut & Shave
$18.00
Haircut &
Beard Groom
$14.00
Haircut with
Chemical Service
$10.00
Blowdry & Style
$10.00
Freestyle Design
$5.00

SHAVING

Beard Grooming
$8.00
Face Shave
$10.00
Head Shave
$12.00
The Royal Shave
$20.00

SKIN

Mini Facial
$10.00
Eyebrow Grooming
$8.00

COLOR BAR

Basic Color
Prices starting at
$35.00
Foil Work
Prices starting at
$40.00
Block/Dimensional Color
Prices starting at
$55.00
Full Head Lightener
Prices starting at
$45.00
Color Correction
Prices starting at
$30.00

TEXTURIZING

Perm/Relaxer
Prices starting at
$35.00
Scalp Treatment
$14.00
Conditioning
Treatment
$14.00

MISCELLANEOUS

Additinonal Chemical
Applications
$10.00
Special Occasion Style
$27.00
Makeup
$25.00

MON

1:00 - 17:30 for guest services

TUES

Closed

WED

1:00 - 17:30 for guest services

THUR

1:00 - 17:30 for guest services

FRI

1:00 - 17:30 for guest services

SAT

Closed

SUN

Closed for Specialty Classes and Training