By Sandy Meyer


Just Cuts for Guys is celebrating its first anniversary during the month of March. In honor of the one year anniversary and as a thank you to its patrons for a fabulous first year, Just Cuts for Guys will be holding a raffle. Everyone who receives a haircut during the month of March will be put into the drawing. The first place winner will receive 12 free haircut vouchers and two runner-ups will receive six free haircut vouchers each. The drawing will take place in April and winners will be notified.

Owners Dawn and Bryan Van Sant are thrilled to have created a successful men’s salon in the area that they also call home. The Van Sants have lived in the FishHawk area for more than seven years and Dawn had worked at various salons in the area during that time. After witnessing the comings and goings of other salons, Dawn knew that she had learned from other shops shortcomings and wanted to put her business ideas into action. In March 2014 her dream came to fruition in the form of Just Cuts for Guys. The shop has developed a strong client base already in its first year and is still growing.

“I attribute most of our success to the fantastic staff. They really care about the quality of their work and the client experience,” said Dawn. “We offer a complimentary shampoo after every haircut for two reasons. One, it allows us to rinse out the uncomfortable hair clippings. Two, the stylist can go back through and make sure nothing is missed. We don’t want clients to leave with a good haircut, they need a great haircut.”

Haircuts are $20 for men, $15 for boys under 12 and $18 for police, fire, and military personnel.
Convenient hours are available seven days a week with late hours Monday through Friday. Haircuts are available on a walk-in only basis for the convenience of its customers.

Just Cuts for Guys is located at 16311 FishHawk Blvd. in The Shoppes at FishHawk Ranch. Visit or call 661-7024.


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