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I just had my hair cut and colored yesterday at Univers Kaizen Salon located at the second floor, South Wing Building of the SM Mall of Asia. It was highly recommended by my sister, she got her hair cut and colored there last Friday.

There you go.. a little more color.. a little more style. Love it! :D My hair was actually sooooo black that they had to color it twice. The color just wouldn't stick. :) The staff, right from the receptionist up to their senior stylist were all very accommodating. As for the price.. I can say that it's just right for the service they provide. Two thumbs up! :)

pic is from here. Thanks!

Univers Kaizen Salon
2F, South Wing Building of the SM Mall of Asia (facing the large globe).
For appointments, call. Tel. 893 5007 or 893 0058.

Ready and all pretty-ed up for my boitday and my trip... :D Turning 25 soooooon. Life, here I come! :D

I'm out.


princess_dyanie said…
what color is that? bagay sayo! and the bangs! yebah! :P
mariaeliza8 said…
Nice!! I want to get a haircut too! =)
Cza said…
@dyanie - ewan ko kung anong color e.. parang blended brown daw. yeahba sa bangs! :P haha!

@aline - tenchu!! :)

@eliza - go go go! pacolor na na rin ulit. haha!
chr1sb said…
I like your new 'do! Wala bang (pun intended. hehe) more pics? :D
Cza said…
@chris! - ayoko nga... puntahan mo ko to see in person? hahaha! CONGRATS ulit!!! ^_^

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