Saturday, March 26, 2011

Two Magic Words at Tony and Jackey (Korean Salon)

I know that the language barrier can sometimes be a big issue when you go to Tony and Jackey. Thanks to their two distinct house styles, you have a better chance of getting the haircut that you really want. All you need to know are two magic words: High-layered and low-layered.

High-layered. 




Somehow this cut is reminiscent of the Rachel--Jennifer Aniston's trademark hairstyle on the second season of Friends, my all-time favorite TV series. If you want your hair to have more volume from the crown all the way to the chin area, then this style is most definitely for you. It frames and softens the angles of the face making it an ideal option for those who don't have an oval face. It's up to you if you want to add fringe (bangs) or not. Just tell the kind hairstylist which way you want to go.

Low-layered.



Low-layered on the other hand means that the layers are mostly done from the chin to the ends making it an ideal option if you have a thinner, oval face.



Here are the other services offered by the salon.  If you like the way my hair is done, just look for Min from the SM Annex branch and Carl from their Festival Mall, Alabang branch. Don't forget to tip them, okay?

Haircut: Php 500.00 

Tony and Jackey
3F Annex Bldg.
SM City North Edsa
Quezon City
Phone No. (02) 441-1374

Festival Mall, Alabang
2nd Level, Festival Mall
Alabang, Muntinlupa City
Phone No. (02) 659-1875


Next: Why I Love Tony and Jackey


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1 comment:

  1. I love Tony and Jackey. It's just really expensive. XD

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