If you drove past the newest Dominican salon in PG county Maryland located at 11000 Baltimore Ave. in Beltsville the night of January 10th, you would have thought it was a serious party going on! Only instead of a top-shelf bar and VIP tables, people were dancing around hair dryers and styling chairs celebrating the grand opening of Arelis Dominican Style #2.
Women in the state of Maryland are really getting spoiled when it comes to the number of Dominican salons they have to choose from. Once upon a time, you could only find Dominican salons in downtown Silver Spring. Now they have locations in Landover, District Heights, Hyattsville, Edgewood and the newest of all….Beltsville.
Arelis Natera may be new to Beltsville, but she’s no stranger at all to Dominican hair styling or RoundBrushHair.com. Arelis was one of our very first featured Dominican stylists last year, as one of the pioneers to Dominican styling in the state of Maryland. Now she’s expanding her reach with Arelis Dominican Salon II – placing her signature ‘big hair’ look in a busy part of town with no Dominican salons. Arelis opened the second salon to accommodate her clients who drive at least 30 minutes to her salon in Silver Spring. “I have a lot of customers who live in Columbia and Laurel Maryland who have asked me to open a salon closer to them.” Beltsville seemed to be perfect location to cater to women in the Northern parts of Maryland.
The salon opened to the public officially on January 2, 2009, but celebrated her opening 8 days later. Arelis invited RoundBrushHair.com Team Members to attend the grand opening fiesta and agreed to offer her clients the Silicon Mix line of products available at RoundBrushHair.com, in addition to the line she uses exclusively at her salon called Time Line. “We use Time Line exclusively in my salon. Shampoo, conditioner, cellophane – everything. But I know a lot of women are used to Silicon Mix products, so I’m happy to offer them here.” Arelis is the distributor for Time Line products, and offers these items for sale separately or in gift bag sets.
Although this is Salon # II, the name and styling ability is about the only thing similar to Salon # I. Salon # II is more modern in look with bright yellow and orange walls, flat screen TVs, cozy couches in the waiting area, and free parking (yay! no more meters!!). Arelis even recruited new Dominican stylists to bring over to her new salon so salon # 1 wouldn’t suffer from being short-staffed.
So the next time you’re traveling up Rt. 1, make sure you check out Arelis Dominican Salon II, it’s in the shopping center directly across the street from Costco near Power Mill Rd.Enjoy $25 wash and sets every Tuesday & Wednesday! This does not include deep conditioning or apply to natural hair. And every Thursday pay only $75 for a relaxer and cellophane which is normally priced at $95.