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Randall Jeppesen reporting A salon franchise that caters to men is trying to make sure people aren't confusing it with Bikini Cuts.
Bikini Cuts has received plenty of press over its provocatively dressed stylists. But now that Sports Clips franchises have popped up in Utah, they've had to tell worried mothers and wives that drop by the store, "No, we don't wear bikinis."
"They want to make sure that it's not Bikini Cuts," co-owner Minon Francis said.
Francis and her husband own the Sports Clips in Orem and want their customers to be drawn because of sports. "At the end of the BYU-Utah game we did get quite a group of people that came in just to watch the end of the game," she said.
What the stylists do wear here is often a referee shirt and some sweats.