Bobella Salon Is Dedicated With Love And Admiration To My Grandmother Margaret Bobella-Shafer
Since I was a child, my Grandmother always had her hair, nails and make-up done.  She dressed to the nines and was the the very personification of strength and feminity.  She was a sage warrior and taught me many of life's leassons.

I named my salon after my grandma as a tribute to her fierce spirit, to her unwillingness to ever give up and to that great huge heart of hers that loved me so much.  My Grandma taught me to ride a bicycle, how to roll a roller, how to crochet, took me to get my driver's license.  She was always there for me and I know She is looking down from Heaven and nodding her head in approval.  Don't give up on your dreams, get to work and work hard.  The rest will follow.

My salon represents that fighting American Spirit.  It is always a chance when you start a new small business, but America's soul is the small business owner.  And I have the experience and skills that rival any stylists in the area.  I've trained with celebrity stylists Beth Minardi, Tabitha Coffey and Frederick Fekkai.  I've apprenticed in industry leading salons to hone my skills, among them Minardi's, Panico's Ridgewood, and Bumble & Bumble.

However, all the experience and skills in the world mean nothing if the client doesn't feel comfortable and really relaxed and happy when the leave the salon.  I've designed an initmate salon with a soothing color palette, private shampoo area, and reasonable prices to attract all people from all economic backgrounds. 

I also believe in giving back, and all Veterans and their Spouses recieve free services at Bobella Salon.  They have given so much to us, so many sacrifices, a haircut or color service is a gesture of gratitude in giving back. 

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