Four words that describe SFB of Dallas Barber’s design: clean, masculine, upscale, and understated.

For most guys, getting a haircut is a necessary (and tedious) chore.  SFB barbershop has figured out a way to elevate the experience. Our always clean, San Francisco style barbershop helps you get groomed in style.

The barbershop’s convenient locations is near the popular intersection of  Walnut St. and Plano Road making it a great location to get in and out with our free parking and in-and-out service.  You will appreciate the masculine environment, without the pretense of sports or games the moment you walk in the door.

“SFB of Dallas barbershop clients don’t just spend money ($25, to be exact) on a haircut; they spend less time waiting to get into SFB of Dallas Barbers leaving you more time to do what you do.”

Why are men going online to get their appointment for haircuts at SFB of Dallas Barber? First, SFB of Dallas takes appointments and gets you in the barber chair at your scheduled time . (Our website offers “online check-in” for clients to book set appointment so we never have a wait list.) And its appeal goes far beyond the understated yet masculine shop atmosphere.

Asked about the brarbershop’s success, Dallas the shop owner points to the elevation of the craft of barbering itself, which he’s reinvigorated and brought into the modern era.

Put simply, SFB of Dallas Barber has that classic combination of a good product and superior customer service.

Dallas, who opened his first barbershop in 2006, says men were clamoring for this unique kind of high-quality service, which he describes as a hybrid of barbering and hairstyling.

“I felt it was very important to get these two worlds that have been separated [and] bring them back together,” he says. “There’s a lot to be learned from barbering and hairstyling in general.”

Differing from the type of old-school barbershop one might find on the West Coast, Dallas prides SFB of Dallas as a place where you can get any type of cut you like.

He hires both trained hairstylists and those with experience and a barber’s license, but they need to be able to do it all — straightedge razor shaves, scissor cuts, and barber-style, close-cropped clipper cuts (the most popular style today). SFB of Dallas also has a training program, which teaches both styling and barbering disciplines, for its staff.