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Salon de Bella: Holliston's New Hair Salon

by Paul Saulnier
April 26, 2012

East Holliston has the latest and greatest place to get your hair looking the way you know it can and should look...

Conveniently located near Bertucci's back door off Curve Street, Salon de Bella caters to men and women of all ages, even entire families.

Owner Michelle Savino has been a licensed hair stylist for 23 years, much of that time in Holliston, including several years at Studio D. She always wanted a salon of her own and is especially happy to be able to open in Holliston where she lives with her husband and three boys in the school system.

The salon is bright and airy and has seven work stations.

In addition to Paul Mitchell products, Salon de Bella also features a line of products by Pureology, made of 100% vegan ingredients.

Michelle's specialty is hair coloring which is not just for women anymore. She even does bright colored gels for kids who like to combine that with a buzz cut.

Marilyn Duhig, the previous owner with 40 years experience (she must be including years working on her dolls' hair when she was a toddler), now works for Michelle and her regular customers continue to come to Salon de Bella. Cindy Martin also remains here and Cherly Dowey recently became part of the highly qualified staff.

Michelle said that she is seeing more boys coming in for a cut as the old stereotype that salons are just for women is fading away.

 

With seven stations and four sytlists available, the Salon de Bella can likely accommodate a sudden opening in a busy schedule. So stop by any time.

For more information on hours of operation, specials, and rates, check out the web site: http://www.salonedebella.com/

Look for a Mother's Day special and other specials by clicking on Salon de Bella's ad on HollistonReporter.com.

 

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Comments (1)

Nice article and great pictures of the new airy fashionable salon. Michelle is a great colorist and is always open to hearing her clients ideas and trying something new - Spring is a great time for a few new highlights! And the Pureology products are great too!

- Michelle Taylor | 4/27/12 2:45 PM

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