Bella Mia Salon holds ribbon-cutting

July 24, 2013

The Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony July 3 at Bella Mia Hair Boutique.

Bella Mia Hair Boutique opened in February 2009 and continues to offer full salon services under new owner,  Tammi Zarker, who recently moved to Delaware from Pennsylvania.  She continues to offer excellent salon services and plans to add new services as the business grows.

Bella Mia Hair Boutique offers a Redken-certified colorist and OPI manicure and pedicures.  Other services include hair extensions , keratin smoothing complex and dermalogica facials.  We also offer bridal party packages.

Our staff of stylists is expertly trained.  Kate Carrow is a fourth-generation cosmetologist who has worked in the industry for 17 years since graduating from Delcastle Vocational High School.

Irene Spadaccini who has 10 years of experience, graduated from Delaware Learning Institute of Cosmetology and has trained in Baltimore, Las Vegas, Philadelphia and New York. She is Redken trained and certified.

Genevieve Coffield graduated from Lansdale School of Cosmetology in 2002.  Genevieve enjoys cutting hair and up-dos she is also a third-generation cosmetologist. Monica Arseneau graduated from Delaware Learning Institute of Cosmetology.

Bella Mia can be reached at 302-226-2627.  Hours of operation are Tuesday-Friday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Shown in back are (l-r)Terry Blackney, Sign-a Rama; Genevieve Coffield, stylist; Kate Carrou, stylist; Monica Arseneau, stylist; John Zarker; and Coralee Zarker. In front are Katie Handy, Sign-a-Rama; Joy Kidd, Rehoboth Chamber, Kathy Ara, Rehoboth branch manager at Fulton Bank; Tammi Zarker, manager, Bella Mia Hair boutique; Irene Spadaccini, stylist; Patty Burkentine, Rehoboth chamber; and Gwen Osborne Sign-a-Rama.