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Author Topic: Best Salon/Hairstylist Thread (Part 3)  (Read 124116 times)

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Re: Best Salon/Hairstylist Thread (Part 3)
« Reply #40 on: February 21, 2012, 05:00:56 PM »
after backreading, mukhang maraming satisfied sa service ni hermes of Studio fix salon. I badly needed a haircut. I used to have long hair (waist level) gusto ko naman maiba. went to David Salon-Trinoma. Grabe! what she did to my long straight hair, it was really a disaster. Never ako magpapagupit dun. I'll be having my appointment kay hermes later. Sana ma super satisfied ako. thanks mga sisses

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Re: Best Salon/Hairstylist Thread (Part 3)
« Reply #41 on: February 21, 2012, 05:20:29 PM »
after backreading, mukhang maraming satisfied sa service ni hermes of Studio fix salon. I badly needed a haircut. I used to have long hair (waist level) gusto ko naman maiba. went to David Salon-Trinoma. Grabe! what she did to my long straight hair, it was really a disaster. Never ako magpapagupit dun. I'll be having my appointment kay hermes later. Sana ma super satisfied ako. thanks mga sisses

Same here sis. gusto ko rin ng kakaiba kaso natatakot ako magexperiment. baka mamaya maging disaster din. ayokong iyakan yung buhok ko once na nagupit na. hayy.. until now i can't decide kung sinong hairstylist at kung anong klaseng hairstyle ipapagawa ko. hindi ko kasi matake na shoulder length na lang yung haba ng hair ko. yun kasi gusto ng friends ko. para maiba naman daw.

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Re: Best Salon/Hairstylist Thread (Part 3)
« Reply #42 on: February 21, 2012, 05:26:12 PM »
cessy_may08 - pareho tayo ng problem sis, super ingat talaga ako sa hair. nahirapan din ako maghanap ng magaling na hairstylist it took me month to decide sino mag-aayos ng hair ko. Try ko si hermes. kaya nga wish ko din like our sisses here, magustuhan ko talaga.

sis if you want cut mo muna hair mo pero mga 1 - 1 1/2 inch lang para kung hindi ka satisfied pwede mo pang pabawasan na hindi masyadong mabibigla yung hair mo.

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Re: Best Salon/Hairstylist Thread (Part 3)
« Reply #43 on: February 21, 2012, 05:29:07 PM »
^they will ask you naman kung hanggang saan ang gusto mo i cut... like if ends lang...

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Re: Best Salon/Hairstylist Thread (Part 3)
« Reply #44 on: February 21, 2012, 06:03:04 PM »
sexy_07 - baka nga ganun na lang gawin ko sis. takot rin akong magtampo eh. nagsasawa na kasi ako sa ayos ko lage. hmmm.. sa greenbelt 5 ba na studio fix si hermes? hindi ko na kasi alam kung paano pumunta don. nung college pa ako huling nagpunta dun sa gb2.


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Re: Best Salon/Hairstylist Thread (Part 3)
« Reply #45 on: February 21, 2012, 07:48:48 PM »
^yap greenbelt 5, 4th floor.
Try niyo sa hermes.
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Re: Best Salon/Hairstylist Thread (Part 3)
« Reply #46 on: February 21, 2012, 11:51:22 PM »
To those who've had their hair cut by Hermes in Studiofix, how was it after you've washed it and it's grown a little bit? Was it still like how you came out of the salon?

One more thing--how are the prices of their haircolor there? Thanks! :)

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Re: Best Salon/Hairstylist Thread (Part 3)
« Reply #47 on: February 22, 2012, 08:30:06 AM »
I super love what hermes did to my hair last night :) for sure I'll be back soon

cessy_may08 - where you coming from?

kalilagirl - yes sis. parang nakablower pa din hair ko.

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Re: Best Salon/Hairstylist Thread (Part 3)
« Reply #48 on: February 22, 2012, 08:56:32 AM »
@kalilagirl prices of the hair color depends on what will be used on you... but when i checked the prices, it's not that expensive  :)

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Re: Best Salon/Hairstylist Thread (Part 3)
« Reply #49 on: February 22, 2012, 09:07:19 AM »
Sana may magpost ng haircut nila by Hermes. You don't need to show your face, pwede nyo namang i-blur or takpan. All talk lang so far---  ???

I've tried Alex Carbonell and I'm not satisfied---the haircut is something I can get from a Mom and Pop salon that charges P150 or less. I transferred to Jing Monis and had my first haircut there by Jing himself and I was wowed. Second cut was by Aureo of the same salon since Jing has a photoshoot. Aureo's cut is ok na, considering it's just P750. As much as I'd like Jing to cut my hair, he's always busy plus he rotates between the Makati salon and the Alabang one.

If Hermes is ok as you guys claim then Studio Fix is worth a second try---will wait for pics first. Nakakadala na kasi yung all praises tapos sablay din pala.
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Re: Best Salon/Hairstylist Thread (Part 3)
« Reply #50 on: February 22, 2012, 09:14:44 AM »
i want to try jing monis salon since near lang sya sa office ko sa alabang. kaso i cant afford jing monis to cut my hair. any reco if sino pwede? kahit senior hairstylist nya? 500 lang sana haha! di pa naman now kasi kakapagupit ko lang a month ago. magkano kaya mga treatment sa kanila? i like din sana magpa rebond ng hair.

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Re: Best Salon/Hairstylist Thread (Part 3)
« Reply #51 on: February 22, 2012, 06:14:11 PM »
sexy_07: sis im from Novaliches, Quezon City..

Nakapagdecide na ako mga sis. Magpaparebond muna ako then haircut.. Para daw mas natural yung dating. kasi baka daw maging limp yung bangs ko kapag pinacut ko na agad then rebond..

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Re: Best Salon/Hairstylist Thread (Part 3)
« Reply #52 on: February 22, 2012, 07:02:29 PM »
^ saka sis make sure na magaling yung mag-gugupit ng hair mo, kasi sayang ang rebond kapag palpak ang nag-gupit after. as for me lagi ako sa ricky reyes mega nagpapagupit, college pa ako dun na ako nagpapagupit, so mga 9 years na din, matagal bago ako nakahanap ng stylist na ok,(umalis na kasi fave stylist ko na si tricia, sinundan ko pa siya when she (gay) transferred to shangrila. now nasa sm centerpoint na daw. can't follow her there na, malayo eh. one year na din halos na paiba-iba nag-gugupit sa akin. and the results are sometimes not satisfactory. i've tried davids salon mega too, di ko din nagustuhan, kasi parang gupit lang sa ordinary salon yung ginawa,  so for next haircut  i went back to ricky reyes and luckily happy ako sa last stylist ko so stick ako sa kanya, my hairstyle is same with kris aquino's hairstyle but only shoulder length. not so short bangs that can be side swept, and then 2 layers sa bandang baba (shoulders). :) experiment lang talaga kung saan mo mahahanap yung best salon and stylist for you.
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Re: Best Salon/Hairstylist Thread (Part 3)
« Reply #53 on: February 22, 2012, 07:49:23 PM »
bnd hair gallery salon is nice, had my hair digi permed last december, here's the outcome

http://stunningpink.blogspot.com/2012/02/my-stunning-digi-permed-hair.html

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Re: Best Salon/Hairstylist Thread (Part 3)
« Reply #54 on: February 22, 2012, 10:46:51 PM »
kalilagirl - yes sis. parang nakablower pa din hair ko.

Thanks sexy_07 & bratinella!

Anyone here who's had a haircut with Hermes since more than 3-4 weeks ago? (Ang kulit ko ba. Heehee. ;D) I wanna give him a try, his rate's so good. But if his haircut's good for only a month or less, then I'll just stick to my stylist in Salon de Manila. :)

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Re: Best Salon/Hairstylist Thread (Part 3)
« Reply #55 on: February 23, 2012, 11:09:40 AM »
^ saka sis make sure na magaling yung mag-gugupit ng hair mo, kasi sayang ang rebond kapag palpak ang nag-gupit after. as for me lagi ako sa ricky reyes mega nagpapagupit, college pa ako dun na ako nagpapagupit, so mga 9 years na din, matagal bago ako nakahanap ng stylist na ok,(umalis na kasi fave stylist ko na si tricia, sinundan ko pa siya when she (gay) transferred to shangrila. now nasa sm centerpoint na daw. can't follow her there na, malayo eh. one year na din halos na paiba-iba nag-gugupit sa akin. and the results are sometimes not satisfactory. i've tried davids salon mega too, di ko din nagustuhan, kasi parang gupit lang sa ordinary salon yung ginawa,  so for next haircut  i went back to ricky reyes and luckily happy ako sa last stylist ko so stick ako sa kanya, my hairstyle is same with kris aquino's hairstyle but only shoulder length. not so short bangs that can be side swept, and then 2 layers sa bandang baba (shoulders). :) experiment lang talaga kung saan mo mahahanap yung best salon and stylist for you.


oo nga sis.. salamat sa advice.. gusto ko itry c hermes kahit malayo gogora ako dun. gusto ko lang bumalik kay richard ng benchfix sa ever recto kasi parang hiyang yung buhok ko sa kanya dahil mabilis humaba at ok din naman yung cut na ginawa niya kaso lang parang takot siyang magtry ng ibang hairstyle.. ayun so itatry ko si hermes.. :) wish me luck dearies.. :)

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Re: Best Salon/Hairstylist Thread (Part 3)
« Reply #56 on: February 23, 2012, 06:02:58 PM »
clarify ko lang, haircut with hermes of studio fix is 350. right? does any of you have studio fix' number?

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Re: Best Salon/Hairstylist Thread (Part 3)
« Reply #57 on: February 23, 2012, 08:56:03 PM »
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@kalilagirl when i had my haircut, he just fixed the layers... not too layered...and the side swept bangs :P  actually may isa pang stylist senior stylist dun... maganda din yung cut niya dun sa nakasabay ko before... P350 din siya :P din naman ako ganun kaarte sa cut ng hair ko :P pero nakakarelax kasi magpagupit sa kanila at di ka nila inaalok ng kung ano ano... saka hindi nag chi-chismisan ang mga tao :P

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Re: Best Salon/Hairstylist Thread (Part 3)
« Reply #58 on: February 23, 2012, 10:00:10 PM »
^sis, ask lang nagbibigay ba kayo ng tip? usually magkano?

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Re: Best Salon/Hairstylist Thread (Part 3)
« Reply #59 on: February 23, 2012, 10:03:17 PM »
i scheduled na an appointment with hermes next week.

^^yey, glad to hear about the layers. i just wanna fix my layers too, i find the shortest layer to be too short compared to the long ones e.

 

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