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Roosters Flies Into the South End (Fortunately Not the Avian Kind)

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There is no excuse for South End men to look anything less than well-groomed, a point validated most recently by the arrival of Roosters Men's Grooming Center. Though Roosters is a national brand, this 518 Tremont Street location is owned by neighborhood resident Tyson White with experienced general manager Steve Spinale wielding the scissors. Both gentlemen have the art of haircutting in their genes—White's father was a barber while Spinale's grandfather owned the famous barbershop in the old Copley Square Hotel (pictured above).

Roosters combines that background with more than 75 years of experience among a team of six barbers, in a space that features dark wood, English racing car green walls, and vintage black and white photos throughout. Each barber station is semi-private with oversized leather chairs, offering clients a comfortable seat for Roosters' signature services, including the Club Cut, Neck Trim, and Color Camouflage, intended to knock "ten years off in ten minutes." In addition, active duty military, police, firefighters, and EMS benefit from a specially priced Hero Cut. Want an extra finishing touch? The team will shave, cleanse, and moisturize as needed with a signature 7-step facial shave.
· Look Sharp on the Big Day With Our Groom's Grooming Guide [Racked Boston]
· Roosters Boston [Official Site]