Just came back from a cut from Shunji Matsuo. Cut by Shunji @ $70. I can say that you'll feel comfortable there, good service and the cut is great. I can say a male hairstylist is more creative. I like my new look.... Somemore he is from Japan, a more style and funkier cut occur. He is friendly too...
Lawrence does a great cut which keeps its shape. I don't know if he has changed his hp no. but you can try calling at 94555655. His charges are very reasonable about $36 for a cut. He used to be at Peter and Guys.
how's the result frm Shunji? is it too japanese style?
heard he is v.good, but i don't like something v. japanese and messy kind of thing. Just want something with layer framing face. That's why quite worried if go to Shunji, he will style me with japanese looks.
Or any of you have recomended hairstylist which is good w/ layering and fringe.
Need your advice, thanks
You have to let Shunji-san know that you dun like Japanese style. I've cut my long hair(over bra hook) to under ear length. He gave me a bob and lots of layered and those ends flowing outwards style. The colouring is good too. But quite expensive lor. A cut, highlight and dye cost clsoe to $300. Quite satisfied, rather pay more than having too many trouble
I would like to recommend Freddie Yee, the owner of MASA Hairdressing at Harbourfront. He charges $39 for a haircut. He is very good, won several awards at the shiseido competitions in Japan. I just did my ceramic perm there and I get good comments from everyone!
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went to cut my hair at shunji yesterday. not veri pleased wif their service. spent abt $550++. I cut my hair from bra-line to under ear. though i requested for a japanese look, the stylist didnt give me one. in the end i requested to do a perm at the ends so that it look more japanese. their service not veri personalised. the stylist always run here & there to serve diff customers. at first they ask me whether i wan tea & i said yes. but when my colour is done & doing treatment, my tea has not even been served. i paid so much & this is the service tat i get! when doing the treatment for my colour, the water from my hair start to drip down my neck. thot its suppose to be tat way, when i ask the assistant, she apologise to me. i told myself tat i'll try them for a second time when my hair is longer. hopefully by that time, they're not so busy & will provide me with better service!
I like Creative(used to call Peter & Guy) at Suntec. I patronise this salon and look for Cheryl. Maybe she knows my style and taste. So more importantly, you have to find someone who knows yr taste and style.
I like Kevin at Red's in Tampines Mall. He's very creative and if given full reign to style / design my head, he does a good job. I'm a satisfied customer and always trust him to change my hairstyle according to his judgement.
Try Yess Hairdressing @ Malacca street. it's the building next to UOB building. Look for Vincent @ 65323283. he's really good. also able to suggest a nice hairstyle for all. tell him introduce by Leena. will get discount. He's hair cut is about $40. depending on hair length
I have patronise Salon of Days Ahead - SODA hairdressing at holland village for coming 6 years. Can look for James, he is the director in there. Quite a cool guy with good judgement. Must say he is a skillful hairstylist. Tel 64624812
Hi i'm looking for a good hairstylist at Kimage who can do good layered cuts. the kind of look where the layers jut out at the sides and behind... not sure if you can get what i'm trying to describe. Anyone can help?
I went for a hair cut today...he's a freelance hair stylist recommended by my makeup artist TG Goh. His name's Paddy. I must say that he's really good! And the haircut was cheap! $45 during CNY, else it's $40.
If you would like to give him a try, make an appointment with him at 96308420.
I can recommend my hairstylist. Their rebonding is very good and lasting and furthermore it looks natural. My hairstylist is particularly good in cutting and styling short hair.
J Salon (Far East Plaza) 4th flr
Juz tell her Mrs Lee recommended.
Some feedback for Andrew from Top Image at Ang Mo Kio.
I went to him one week before my wedding for trim and colour. I told him that i will be bride for a week time... before he start his job.. hopefully he can do it well for me..
The trimming part, he did a good job. But not the colouring.. I told him i'm the bride so what to have a more dull colour and asked him to reckon. He intro me a new colour which was quite bright. He ask me not to worry as he will max and mix to dull down the colour. The result was so disappointed, it was so bright for a bride. he keep saying no la... abit la.. but still alright and refused to change the colour for me as there are a few more customers waiting for him.
one day before my wedding, i really cannot stand the colour, i went my neighbourhood salon to redo my hair + treatment + etc. which cost me less than $100. and the result is so much better..
Huh...wow anymore bad experience? I frequent the salon in Bencoolen, but its too far for me..i stay in the north..so looking for a change. i dun like those lousy hands on me, from my experience at those hdb downstairs salon.
Sorry but I remember from a few years ago, that I personally did not have a good experience with S****i. I don't doubt he is a master stylist for a good reason, but I feel my opinions on my own hairstyle went completely unheard. I did state a few times that I did not want the 'Japanese' style, no messy layers, and not beyond a certain length, but instead my hair was chopped beyond that length with so many layers. I felt really upset leaving that salon.
I just feel the customer's needs should be listened to and addressed. So perhaps if you like the short Japanese style (of if you're able to just let the stylist do whatever he wants), he's a good person to go to. But if you have a bit more restrictions (like I did), then probably not.
He had another guy stylist that was very nice tho.