My hair has always been the driest of them all, so on February 21, I went to Status Hair Salon, Robinsons Metroeast for a Keratin treatment.
The salon was clean and it looks posh. No wonder the other customers look classy enough to afford more expensive ones. I like how spacious the area was, especially where I was seated.
The stylist started by shampooing my hair gently. The seat was comfy and I like how that it isn’t exposed to the mallgoers.
Afterwards, he put the Keratin treatment to my hair and left it for sometime. He told me the next step is to iron it.
It was on a 50% off promo. I was charged only PHP 1,200 (the footspa, mani-pedi I had after did cost more).
The staff were also professional and their cross-selling was unannoying like most salons. My stylist offered me shampoo and conditioner, but he just left it in front of me and was not pushy. At least, he gave me time to read the label and decide if I’d buy it or not.
I didn’t. I texted my friend for opinion and she told me to go for Aveeno sulfate-free conditioner instead. It was only around PHP 500 – versus PHP 1,600.
My stylist blow dried my hair before going straight to ironing it. He didn’t wash the treatment off anymore.
I liked the service and end result, but the true test of the Keratin treatment would be if my hair stays manageable after I wash it.
My hair is super dry and frizzy, so after washing it, I would say it still looked good after. I can feel that Aveeno also isn’t washing off the Keratin.
Good job, Status Hair Salon! Definitely going back.