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Scottsdale Living Magazine

Scottsdale Living Magazine Keep It Cut opens salons in Tempe, Ahwatukee Local hair salon Keep It Cut has redefined the way men look with its unlimited cuts for a flat monthly fee. This month, they open two new locations in Ahwatukee at 4025 E. Chandler Blvd. and in Tempe at 5118 S. Rural Rd. the…

New! Online Check-In

Keep It Cut Online Check in Now Available Online check in is now available! See who is working that day and when, and sign in all from the comfort of your armchair.  You can access the online check in portal via our website, www.keepitcut.com/locations, or you can download the app through Apple’s App Store for…

Changes on the Horizon

Changes on the Horizon We just passed our two year anniversary and are excited to announce new features on the horizon for clients! First, we changed point of sale software. This system has a more robust feature set and additional client security. With this new system we will be implementing online check in. Within the…

Cell Phones for Soldiers

Donate Old Cell Phone & Win 6 Month Haircut Membership! In honor of Cell Phone Courtesy Month, donate an old cell phone during the month of July 2015 and be entered into a drawing for a free 6 month haircut membership at Keep It Cut. Phones will be donated to Cell Phones for Soldiers where…

Presidents Day Deal

Keep It Cut President’s Day Deal Scoop Factory Free haircuts on Presidents Day 2015!  Crazy right? That’s a pretty good promotion. Keep It Cut, one of Phoenix’s newest men’s salons, will be offering free haircuts to guys who share a last name with the current or former presidents. So all you Washingtons, Johnsons, Obamas, Clintons,…

Subscription Haircuts

Keep It Cut Subscription Haircuts The concept of a subscription-based barbershop is modeled on NetFlix, according to co-owner Josh Thorsvik, who explains it works because it’s something people “want more of.” In fact, it was the business model itself that came first, and then “we considered what types of business would fit.” Thorsvik and Jacob…