The Art of Shaving is introducing its first-ever Grooming Bar in the Crabtree Valley Mall, featuring a curated selection of high end grooming products hand-picked for an elevated grooming ritual. The Grooming Bar features best-sellers and cult-favorites in men's haircare, skincare, and body products from ClarinsMen, Evolution Man, Grown Alchemist, Hanz de Fuko, Neville, Recipe for Men, and Urth. Now, The Art of Shaving Crabtree Valley Mall will serve as a destination for men seeking a carefully designed and comprehensive range for any grooming needs.
The Grooming Bar includes new, unique offerings in all grooming categories only available in-store. Men can now shop from products designed specifically for men and can shop from a variety of 6 SPFs (ranging from Broad Spectrum SPF 15 to SPF 50), 7 eye-care products, 4 new shampoos, along with other product categories such as body washes, moisturizers, and antiperspirants.
The Grooming Bar is ideal for the modern gentleman. It is designed for the man who is interested in or who already has upgraded hi grooming routine. Each brand shares a similar product philosophy to The Art of Shaving: multi-sensorial products designed for men with high quality formulations and natural ingredients.
The company's CEO, Todd Brisky, explains, "The Art of Shaving exists to inspire pride in male grooming. It is our mission to offer the greatest, most complete grooming experience for any man. We carefully selected these brands and products featured in our Grooming Bar to offer that special experience for any man who comes to our store."
For 20 years, The Art of Shaving has been a creator and purveyor of the finest shaving and grooming products. The brand is rooted in unique, multi-sensorial experiences for men conveyed through texture, technique, and aroma. As a leading luxury men's grooming brand, The Art of Shaving aims to induct discerning men into the "Brotherhood of Shaving" - a mission to help men elevate grooming from a chore to an enjoyable ritual.
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Wake County speedway -fri, june 17
Grab your earplugs and come on out to Wake County Speedway! We race every other Friday night and tonight is going to be a don't-miss!
WCS provides a separate family grandstand with no alcohol allowed. Concessions are available or you may bring a 14" maximum cooler. (NO GLASS ALLOWED)
Pits Open at 5pm; Grandstands open at 6pm; Practice starts at 7pm; Heat Races and Qualifying start at 8pm; Race Time 8:30pm. For admission prices: click the link above.
Triangle town center creekside wind down -fri, june 17
Join us Fridays from 5:30-8:30PM for Creekside Wind Down. This family-friendly summer series will feature a live band every week, plus yard games, local brews and more! Located outside the food court near the fountain.
Featured Band: Peter Lamb & the Wolves
RSVP on Facebook for the June 17th event here
pop-up raleigh -sat,june 18
Pop-Up Raleigh is downtown Raleigh’s original monthly vintage market. A new name, formerly Pop-Up Sunday, new dates, and a new location are all part of our expansion in 2016. Moving to Trophy Brewing & Taproom on Maywood Avenue, near the NC State Farmer’s Market, allows us to offer additional indoor and outdoor spaces to vendors. Our fabulous hosting partner, Trophy, will curate a wonderful parade of food trucks, complimented by their tasty signature beers.
This new location allows us to grow Pop-Up to be the very best vintage market it can be.
Peak city pig fest -fri-sat, june 17-18
The 5th Annual Peak City Pig Fest is sanctioned by the Kansas City Barbecue Society (KCBS), the nation’s leading BBQ sanctioning body. Cook teams from all over the country will come to compete against each other for prize money while cooking chicken, ribs, beef brisket and pork. Judging will be conducted by 100% KCBS certified BBQ judges (CBJ) using KCBS Rules. 48 professional BBQ cook teams are expected to enter and compete for a total of more than $10,000 in prize money. Peak City Pig Fest is the only KCBS-sanctioned event in the Triangle.
In addition to barbecue, there will be live music and a beer garden.
Raleigh times kids carnival