Business spotlight: Shag the Salon

Shag owners David Reed (front) and Keith Taylor at work in the salon.

Are you hip to the Shag? Then shimmy on down to McCullough to find the mod-est spot San Antonio’s got to offer. The lime green yellow dotted building houses some of the Alamo City’s most daring stylists; trust your tresses to Shag the Salon because “good hair doesn’t happen by itself.”

Stylists and co-owners David Reed and Keith Taylor have created “a fun, casual environment where people can relax, enjoy the swank environment, good music, and achieve a style that translates their own individual personalities.”

And when they say “individual” they mean business. With immense knowledge of styles from “mainstream to extreme” they can maintain Betty Crocker’s perfect coif while turning her sister into a red-hot blue-haired pinup.

Shag2But none of this could happen without understanding. Once you slip into your stylist’s seat, be prepared to talk about what you want, because your stylist is certainly ready to listen. At Shag “we do not rush you in and out of the chair; we listen, look at pictures, and make suggestions based on what you do with you hair on a daily basis.” From cut to color to straightening treatment, Shag’s stylists help their clients make informed decisions with both budget and lifestyle in mind.

Oh, and did we mention Shag does dreds? Stop by for a no charge consultation to decide if this permanent hairstyle is the one for you.

Visit Shag the Salon (8507 McCullough) Tuesday through Saturday 10-8 and Sunday 10-4. For appointments or general information call (210) 222-1700 or email [email protected]. For more information, including stylist bios and a gallery of extreme ‘dos, visit Be sure to like Shag on Facebook for treats and updates

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