Wednesday, February 5, 2014
Creations Salon by Lourd Ramos
Allow me to give you a glimpse of my hair experience at Creations Salon by clicking the blue button below!
Last December, I was invited to try out the services of Creations Salon at their Taft branch (One Archer's Place), which had just opened recently. Upon entering the salon, I was greeted warmly by the lady at the front desk, who politely asked me what service I wanted. Without hesitation, I opted for hair color with treatment (because my roots were annoyingly peeking out) and foot spa + mani-pedi to make use of the time.
Seen below are the hair stylists inspecting my hair. I specifically requested that I wanted my new hair color to look the same as my previous one and left it up to them to choose which color it would be. My previous hair color was Etude House in Mocha Pink.
After selecting the desired color (Davines), they immediately went on to coloring my hair, which lasted for a few minutes. They let it stand for a while, and afterwards they started spraying something on my hair to blend the new hair color to my previous hair color. All of them were very professional and seemed to know a lot about the craft.
They then led me to the chair where the rinsing would be done. My hair was shampooed, conditioned, and treated with Vegetarian Miracle to reduce dryness due to the hair coloring. The scalp massage was so heavenly, I was about to fall asleep right then and there!
While waiting, I was treated to a foot spa, manicure, and pedicure. The nail technician was very gentle so I didn't feel any pain or discomfort throughout. It came with a short massage, which I enjoyed even more because the one who did my nails was also a certified massage therapist!
My hair after being colored, blow-dried, and styled (without any mousse or hair spray).
The color wasn't that noticeable at first but became more evident after a few hours. I was very satisfied with my hair because I got the exact hair color I wanted! Overall, this experience was just what I needed after studying so much the previous weeks.
I apologize for forgetting the names of the hair stylist and the nail technician. Boohoo. :( But if you really want to get my hair stylist, he's the one wearing glasses in the third photo. If you want to know more about Creations Salon -- services, branches, contact numbers -- please visit their Facebook page.
Thanks Ate Janese for the invite and Creations Salon for having me!