11 August 2014

Cruisin' Mommyhood Recommends Fringe Salon

My hair is short for a good reason -- I do not like to spend too much time styling it.  Every day I comb my hair, put on a clip and I am done in less than a minute.  Seriously.  I always say, "There is nothing constant in life except change AND my hair.  Same curls, same hair color and hairstyle since year 2000.

I go to the same salon once a month for my haircut.  But, when we moved to the south, it was no longer practical to go there.  Since October last year, I tried several salons in the area and I have not found "the one" yet.   Cutting my hair doesn't require special skills but I prefer a salon that makes me feel comfortable and pampered.  A salon with a personal touch.  They don't just provide hair, body and nail services.  They help you feel beautiful and confident about yourself.

Last month, Michelle of Momma 'N Manila invited me to try Fringe Salon in Alabang.  I initially wanted to decline because I am sure there will be a before-after photo and I have a love-hate relationship with the camera.  I love taking photos of my daughter but I hate being photographed.  So, I hesitated.  But I really want to try it because the location is only two blocks from my office and it might be my "the one".

So I confirmed to attend the event and I initially requested for haircut and hair and scalp treatment.  Two hours before my appointment, I changed my mind when I saw the before-after photos of bloggers posted in Fringe Salon's Instagram account!!  Gorgeous hair colors!

I requested for haircut and hair color.  I was excited but agitated.  My last hair color was back in 2000, the same time I decided to cut my hair really short.  Anticipating change after 14 years of being constant will make anyone a little scared.  You won't believe how many times I asked myself, "Sure ba ako?"  But, Michelle's reassuring smile and my brief conversation with Robert Dela Pena (Salon Manager) made me more confident about my decision to change my hair color.

To ease my nervousness, Michelle offered to show me the upstairs area that houses two VIP rooms which clients can use exclusively.  It can also be a perfect venue for your next mother-daughter date or BFF bonding.

If you are looking for an afternoon of relaxation, there is a fully-equipped massage room just for you.  It has a shower room and a Jacuzzi.

Here are some photos I grabbed from Fringe Salon Facebook Account.

Super nice right?  The owner, Evelyn R. Tagle, really paid attention to details when she set up the salon.  The salon has an edgy, yet homey feel to it, with its sleek, modern interiors and top of the line salon equipment. 

Back to my new look...

Same face different hair color.  Hahaha!
L-R:  Patricia Cuyugan (Mrs C's Sugarcoated Life), Michelle Aventajado (Momma 'N Manila),
Ms Evelyn Tagle, Fleur Sombrero (Mommy Fleur)

With the beautiful Evelyn Tagle - owner of Fringe Salon
Super nice, right?!  Don't ask me the color because I can't remember!  Haha!  Basta I loooovveee it so much!  Thank you Fringe Salon.  See you next week for my much needed "me-time".  Yes, Fringe Salon is the one!

Fringe Salon is open from 10am to 7pm, Mondays to Saturdays. It is located at G/F Commercenter Building, Commerce Ave. cor. Filinvest Ave., Filinvest Corporate City, Alabang, Muntinlupa. For inquiries and reservations, contact +632 8080881, +63920 2193391 or +63927 7897559.


Special thanks to Pink Wasabi, Simply Pie and Orange Whisk for our sweet treats and savory snacks:

Sarap nito promise!
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