Hello, hello, hello! “House arrest” due to chickenpox is making me crazy so I searched my phone for some blog posts. FYI: This is not an overdue post. Really! Because I tested out my hair to make sure I can come up with a competent review.
Last February, I had my very first try of digital perm. The last perm that I had was a traditional perm and it went well. I browsed Living Social (Ensogo) and got a digiperm promo for Php 999 from Aaron Yoo salon. Not bad, because I always ask for the price range of my hair length and they always tell me Php 5000. I am not a celebrity, honey. I don’t have means to pay for that!
Sadly, I have a hair hitch from using dye. The stylist told me a treatment and haircut is needed so I was “robbed” with the amount of Php 1000. Then a haircut that costs an additional Php 500. DECEIVING, AREN’T THEY? I ranted because I know that the promo included a hair trim which I think is basically the same because I am going to have a freakin’ perm and not for an all out creative cut. I gave in anyway. I know, I’m crazy. But I felt that they will make fun of my hair if I didn’t.
Here’s a screenshot from the website:
The place isn’t lush; just a cozy little salon owned by Mr. Aaron Yoo. I think Aaron Yoo is cool but he cannot speak good English so we just had a little chat.
What I didn’t like was the unscrupulous sight in the salon. My stylist is making fun of the other clients and his colleagues in front of me because he thought that I was cool with that. No. It is unethical. It also makes customers extremely uncomfortable. So I just sat there while I waited for the results and prayed that they will not fool around.
This is me with my girlfriends after the salon experience:
On the lighter note: I liked the results. My hair looked healthy and bouncy especially when I use Monea Curl Defining Milk. However, I’m not going back there anymore. Sorry, Mr. Aaron Yoo.
Let me know what other products you use to make your hair look good! Thanks! XX