These are some styles from Shaun’s West Village Hair Salon. Shaun’s Downtown NYC boutique hair salonThese are edgy, fun and easy examples of his hair colors and cutting work. The colors, cuts coupled with the styles you see here were executed by Shaun.  All hairstyles pictured are realistic versions of wearable styles. These styles require little to no at-home maintenance. There are some great examples of shags. Long Hair. Layers. Short Hair Cuts. Haircuts with Bangs. Some of the cuts are choppy, modern and sleek—conversely—others are retro, edgy and punk rock. These pictures represent some of our favorite looks created in our West Village boutique hair salon.


“There are no guarantees in life—unless you’ve booked an appointment with Shaun “Surething.” Then you’re certain to encounter a friendly eccentric, a diverse clientele, and obsessively precise scissor work” – Allure Magazine. 

“Important: There is no such thing as age-appropriate hair. The idea that women of a certain age (over 30, 40? I have no idea) cannot have long hair or an eye-catching color is absurd and totally insulting at best.” Shaun Surething


From chic balayage hand-painted highlights and ombre to textured shags and classic bobs—Shaun works with each client to accentuate their authentic personal style. The way a west village hair salon should. Hilarious over-shares and generous advice re: astrology, healing, NYC real estate and cultural trends keep Shaun’s devotees coming back. His West Village hair salon guests love him for more than just the best hair of their lives. Shaun strives to create the very best boutique hair salon in NYC. Always personable and never boring, a visit with Shaun SureThing is fun, stimulating and thoughtful. With this intention, all of his clients leave with a fresh perspective on life and, most importantly, a great new hairstyle or fabulous new hair color.

The ambiance is cool without being exclusionary. “We’re like an old-school salon in that stylists collaborate on ideas and people actually talk to each other.” Shaun SureThing – The New York Times.