About D'Bella Salon

The Proprietor...
Donna DePinto

With over 20 Years in the Beauty Industry and a life long dream, Donna's talents called her to establish "D'Bella Salon" which opened in the spring of 2003. In order to achieve her ultimate goal and follow her vision of "Bringing Out the Beauty From Within", she has comprised a highly skilled and talented team of Artists who live by the same philosophy, and through her and her staff's amazing ability and expertise, fabulous works of art are displayed with each personalized service the team delivers.

Together, the D'Bella team applies their knowledge of the latest style trends in Fashion, Hair Color, Hair Styles, Make-Up and Cultural Beauty to each and every person. Donna Says... "There is Nothing More Motivating Then to Watch Your Team Come Together, Take an Inner Image and Bring it to The Fullest Level of Beauty", whether it's a look inspired by a new Hair Color, Style, a Custom Blended Make Up Make Over, or any one of the many other services we offer at our salon.

Donna DePinto is representing Middlesex County in the 2017 Mrs. New Jersey Pageant. Read more about it!

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North/South Brunswick Sentinel
May 2, 2013
Salon owner revisits her roots with new location
D’Bella Salon has moved to Rt. 27 in South Brunswick

SOUTH BRUNSWICK — Donna DePinto has moved her business to the town where she grew up, and she couldn’t be happier about it.

With the help of state Sen. Sam Thompson (R-12), DePinto said she was able to secure a U.S. Small Business Administration loan that enabled her to relocate her D’Bella Salon from a 930-square-foot space in Franklin Township to a new 2,200-squarefoot location in the Quick Chek plaza at Route 27 and Henderson Road in the Kendall Park section of South Brunswick.

“It was last June when I saw [that] this location was open after stopping for coffee at the Quick Chek,” she said. “I immediately called the number, which happened to be the landlord’s.”

DePinto, a former model with more than 20 years in the beauty industry, said the new location offers the business more visibility and more space after a decade at the former location.

“We only had four stations, and this site allows us to expand to 10 stations, [with the] potential for a lot of growth,” she said.

DePinto said she is grateful for the help she received from South Brunswick officials and her hometown community.

On April 5, DePinto, along with her 22- member team, held a red-carpet grand opening of the new space, with a ceremonial ribbon-cutting by Thompson. The date marked exactly 11 years since the opening of D’Bella Salon.

DePinto said her team offers an array of services that is open to everyone. The employees apply their knowledge of the latest in fashion, hair color, hairstyles, makeup and cultural beauty to each customer, she said.

DePinto said she believes in working with the community and other establishments so that they can feed off each other and add to their successes.

“We are right next door to a nail salon, which is a great complement to our establishment,” she said.

The salon is participating in a Seventeen magazine event at the Freehold Raceway Mall on May 17, and will take part in Skate and Surf Fest 2013 at iPlay America in Freehold on May 18-19.

On June 10, the salon will again host a Locks of Love event at Indian Fields Elementary School in South Brunswick. Locks of Love is a nonprofit organization that provides hairpieces to financially disadvantaged children in the U.S. and Canada suffering from long-term medical hair loss.

For more information about D’Bella Salon, visit dbellabydonna.com, email donna@dbellasalon.com or call 732-297- 1116.

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