Pretty Please Salon Blog

Pretty Please Salon is a family owned and operated salon with more than 30 years in the beauty industry.

Santa will be in the Salon on Dec. 3rd!

Visit Santa at Pretty Please Salon from
11 a.m. to 2 p.m on Sunday, Dec 3rd!

Come in and shop for the holidays from 10-3 and visit Santa. Gifts and gift certificates will be available for purchase.

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month

During the entire month of October, Pretty Please Salon is donating the sales proceeds of products labeled with a Pink Ribbon to help combat breast cancer! 

Come in today to see what is available! Donations accepted too! 

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Prom Season is Here!

Calling all local high school ladies! Pretty Please Salon is offering great packages for hair and make up - alone or combined!

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February Promotions

Pretty Please Salon is running two special promotions for February!

We are having a raffle of prizes worth over $200 plus are offering a bonus to anyone purchasing a full set of lash extensions.

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Cut-a-Thon for a Cause!

Join Pretty Please Salon for a Cut-a-Thon on Sunday, Feb. 26th from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m to help someone in need. Food and refreshments will be provided.

  • All cuts: $20
  • Cut/Blow Out: $30
  • Blow Out only: $25

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Join Us for Our Open House

What are you doing on January 22nd? Nothing? Well you are now!

 

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Pretty Please Salon is Open!

Debbie and Stephanie DeAngelis are pleased to announce that Pretty Please Salon is officially open! The family owned salon welcomed its first customers on Monday January 2nd.

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Mother and Daughter to Open Salon in Rowley

Originally published in the Newburyport Daily News on Dec. 20th

By Michelle Pelletier Marshall Correspondent

ROWLEY - Locals looking for a salon have a new option in Pretty Please, a mother-daughter business set to open soon at 319 Newburyport Turnpike The two ladies, life-long Rowley residents, intend to bring "a relaxed but professional" choice to the area.

Debbie DeAngelis, 51, mom of Stephanie DeAngelis, 20, has worked for over 20 years in the field, from working in Boston renting a chair at some of the most exclusive salons to managing a national chain of salons to most recently working at a salon in Salisbury.


For Debbie, who also has another daughter, Danielle, 24, it wasn't always the plan to go into business with her daughter. "Stephanie, who is very artistic, was on the college career track, but she kept coming back to her desire to do hair," said Debbie. "She just really loves being around people, and kept saying, 'I want to do hair."

So Stephanie enrolled in Paul Mitchell The School in Portsmouth, N.H., which she aced, receiving numerous awards and winning styling contests. She attended the school with the help of Rowley's own Solace for Stephanie Scholarship, named as such for a stylist in town who passed away from cancer.

For Stephanie's part, she always thought about working alongside her mother. "My mom is so talented and knowledgeable about this industry that learning from her and working with her will be a great experience," she said.

She said she looks forward to learning more about running a business and positively managing the experience. "The most exciting thing about this new endeavor is the fact that I get to call this salon my new permanent home, It'll be hard work, owning a new salon and getting it up and running, but it will be worth it in the end, and I can call myself a business owner at the age of 20," she added.

Both women are ready to dive in, and expect Pretty Please to be open within a month. "We will be different in that our prices will be inclusive of cut and blow dry instead of an additional cost as some salons do, and we will offer family-based services with something for everyone," said Debbie. The salon also will offer eyelash and hair extensions, as well as body (but not facial) waxing.

Pretty Please is now waiting for its occupancy permit and state board approval, but Debbie expects no glitches. "The town has been great to work with and are excited to have a new business in town," she said.

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