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Shear Art Salon • Spa Trades Spaces in the Same Plaza

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Shear Art Salon and Spa has moved into a new space in the Village Center on North Dale Mabry in Carrollwood. The salon moved four doors down from its old location and is now on the Publix side of the parking lot. 

Taking the opportunity to update its stations and service areas, Shear Arts new location features a state-of-the-art color bar and processing area.

The Village Center on the northwest corner of Fletcher Avenue and North Dale Mabry Blvd. is undergoing renovations that include raising the wing that housed Shear Art’s former location.

Shear Art, which opened in 1986 with Owner Joanne Powers and two employees, now employs nearly 50 stylists, nail and skincare technicians, hair replacement/extension specialists, and massage therapists. Growth came through referrals and repeat business; some guests have been coming for more than 25 years.

Powers also co-owns The Salon Professional Academy Tampa www.tspatampa.com on Gunn Highway.

Shear Art has a proud tradition of community involvement – whether it is recycling hair to soak up oil spills or holding cut-a-thon fundraiser to fight cancer. Over the last 26 years, the salon’s collective donations exceed $100,000.

About Shear Art Salon and Spa
Open seven days a week, Shear Art has almost 50 hair stylists, estheticians, nail technicians, massage therapists and other employees. Shear Art is located at 13124 N. Dale Mabry Highway and can be reached at 813-968-4836. Shear Art Salon & Spa is an Elite Salon, exclusively carrying Redken 5th Avenue NYC fashion-driven technologically advanced professional hair salon products. Elite Salons are ones that have achieved the highest level of the program. Shear Art’s Owner Joanne Powers is the chair of the board of directors of The Florida Association of Beauty Professionals (FAB).