Susan Renfroe

Owner & Stylist
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Susan, the visionary founder of Roots Southern Salon, embarked on her entrepreneurial journey in 2015, starting with a modest yet ambitious setup of just two chairs and a single shampoo bowl. Her passion for the beauty industry, coupled with over 20 years of rich experience, has been the driving force behind the salon's remarkable growth. Under her astute leadership, Roots Southern Salon has flourished into a beacon of style and excellence in Savannah, renowned not just for its exceptional services but also as a nurturing ground for talent. Many of Savannah's most successful stylists owe their flourishing careers to the opportunities and mentorship they received at Roots.

Beyond her professional achievements, Susan is a dedicated mother to two wonderful children, balancing her demanding career with the joys and challenges of parenthood. Her love for family extends to her four-legged friends as well, being an avid dog lover who brings the same warmth and care to her pets as she does to her salon and clients. Susan's multifaceted life, blending her professional expertise, entrepreneurial spirit, and personal passions, makes her not just a respected figure in the beauty industry but also a cherished member of the Savannah community. Her journey from a modest start to establishing Roots Southern Salon as a landmark destination reflects her commitment, skill, and the heart she puts into every aspect of her life.
Salon Hours
Sunday: Closed
Monday: 12PM - 8PM
Tues - Fri: 8AM - 8PM
Saturday: 8AM - 4PM
Contact Us
  • (912) 239-5181
  • 310 East Bay St
    Savannah, GA 31401
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