The shopping and beauty items that just barely didn't make it to our Best of the Beehive issue.

Best place for men to lose the whiskers
Perry’s Barber Shop

Hot foam, straight razors, hot towels, sweet-smelling aftershave, a back massager—just a few tools Perry and Jerry Knuth have used for shaving bushy beards in their man-cave of a barber shop for 26 years. Adorned with James Dean photos and manly phrases, the Knuth’s shop always has the game on TV, but the brothers’ back-and-forth banter is all the entertainment you need. 376 S. State St., SLC, 801-355-8552

Note: The barber shop recently made it into an Intermountain Healthcare ad. Check it out below:

Best place to shop for your feet
Lolabella

If you’ve been searching the malls for that perfect pair of boots or TOMS, look no further than Lolabella, where you’ll find the trendiest kicks on the shop’s shoe wall. 14 S. Rio Grande Street, SLC, 801-328-2760, shopthegateway.com

Three Antique stores, Three State Streets

Buying stuff is easy, but discovering stuff with unique character is thrilling. If you’re into antiquing, here are three stores worth checking out, all conveniently located on the street that runs through the center of it all.

1. Planted Earth

This historic Orem home previously housed a greenhouse business until owners Dan and Penny Doty teamed up with their interior designer daughter, Liz, to transform the store into an eclectic antiques and gift shop. Here you’ll find everything from aprons to fresh flowers., 440 S. State St., Orem, 801-225-4510, plantedearth.net

2. Sandy Antique Mall

Transport yourself to simpler times as you browse displays of colorful depression-era glass, antique toys and oak hutches brimming with delicate china. With more than 5,000 square feet, you’re bound to discover at least a few things that suit your antiquing fancy.  8672 S. State St., Sandy, 801-568-9840, sandyantiquemall.com

3. Vine Street Antiques

Located in the heart of Murray’s historic downtown, this shop features an impressive supply of Roseville pottery, furniture, antique glass, jewelry, collectible toys—and the list goes on. Stop in for a look, and you’ll probably end up leaving with a knicknack you never knew you needed. 4854 S. State St., Murray, 801-265-0595

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