Hi gals,is the rebonding veri gd...?Coz me thinking of doing rebond at YESS..My hair now is quite dry,due to my previous rebond..Will it be beta after a rebond?Can Gary save my hair?Coz i liked a soft & straight hair.Pls advise
I'm having a dilemma, always had rebonded hair but now thinking of doing curls but my FH dislike curl hair, god knows why. Went to YESS Salon, the price he quoted was $150 nett for all hair length but then later gary said I need to add to $205 for perm. In the end, didn't do. Any suggestions?
I read thru this thread and i find that most of you are "experienced hair rebonding customers"
So I appreciate some advice. My problem....my hair is thin (fine) and little. Its dry and frizzy with some curls. Its long (almost reaching bra strap). What happens now is that I don't comb my hair in the mrgs, i just use my fingers and srcumble it a little and comb back to tie is a little. So from the back it looks like my hair is being set with the messy look. Can't leave home without the little tie-back.
Thinking of doing rebonding to get the soft, silky, straight look. Any advise please.
ya, my sister is a regular customer at YESS RP. I just went on last sun for a hair cut. My sister recommends her hairstylist Willie to me. He's friendly & he has been with YESS salon for quite long too.
Noticed this thread has been quite dead for sometime...Just an update in case anyone is interested...I called YESS Orchard yesterday..they are having a promotion of $180 regardless of length for their rebonding. Gary and Koko have already left. Now, the manager is Vincent.
I did before at YESS salon and found it alright. It was my 4th rebonding and stayed straight for 6 months. My hair length is about 2 inches below shoulder.
If you want the effects of rebonding to last longer, Kimage would be a better choice. I did 2 times rebonding at Kimage and it lasted me 9 months to a year. However the price is really much more expensive compared to YESS.