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IMG_1568Tweed Barbers, formerly State Street Barbers, is located in the South End.

IMG_1566Last Thursday night they hosted a party to debut the Massachusetts based, Men’s Soap Shop products. Bully Boy cocktails were served and Loic Le Garrec, owner of Petit Robert, provided bites by their new chef, Stefano Quaresima.

IMG_1563Owner, Peter Solomon (middle) with Joshua Pelletier (right) and Samuel Lopez (right) from the Men’s Soap Shop.

IMG_1542Tweed’s services include haircuts, hot lather shaves, beard trims, coloring and facials. See their full menu here.

IMG_1540Meet Stone, a master barber.

IMG_1571Midou, also a master barber, came to Tweed after working 15 years in Paris.

IMG_1539Radio personality, Chris Shine of MAGIC’s 106.7, was in attendance along with Susan Holaday, Alessandra Pollina and Diane Mantouvalos,among others.

IMG_1555Petit Robert has location in Kemore Square, the South End, Needham and in Downtown Crossing.

IMG_1538 - Version 2The Men’s Soap Shop has some great looking (and smelling!) products. I think that the Bergamot was my favorite scent, it was warm and citrusy.

IMG_1545From their website:

When we founded the Men’s Soap Shop in a small apartment in Boston, Massachusetts, a smooth gentleman had limited choices for all-natural body-care products. We decided to change that. Today we brew, pour, cut, and cure our soaps in a nineteenth-century factory building, a daily reminder of the role of good, old-fashioned artisanship in our business. Painstakingly handcrafted in small batches from simple, all-natural ingredients, our soaps and aftershaves represent a resurgence in traditional masculine grooming rituals

Welcome back to smooth.

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Tweed Barbers

1313 Washington Street, South End, Boston

617.753.9990

www.tweedbarbers.com

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