This salon was introduced by Jaja Herza, when I was looking for a NOTED salon that can provide rebonding service. Two salons, Hairworks and Miko, both at Wangsa Maju. She told me that rebonding would make my hair looked fake-straight, compared to relaxer, which is more bouncy and natural, which she always had. (Wow, what was the name again?)
With confidence that I had in head, just by looking at the result (her hair), I went to that salon and had mine. I requested the same stylist that she asked for, who was CKTan. A young-nerd-simple-stylist who I can rate as a beginner in English, and intermediate in Bahasa. Hahaha!
After few hours (2 hours for relaxer and 2 hours for coloring), voila! It was really relaxing and natural!
Expenditure : RM300+ (gile arh!)
It was 2 years back.
So…last week, after few months of having a very bad curly-current hair that was ruined by Niko Salon near to my house, I went to Hairworks Salon again! Again, I requested for CKTan to do my relaxer, while telling him all the great grandma story of what had happened to my hair. (Stylist Thomas & Guys konon! Rosak rambut aku!)
This time, hubby has waited for me in the salon, next to my chair. He experienced all processes and thank god, it was only for 2 hours (Thank god ek? Hahaha! Tersiksa jiwa raga!) Almost similar but with slight improvement, I didn’t straighten my fringe. I want it to be au natural this time. Hehe! (Dulu style Cleopatra, bleh la…)
Expenditure : RM200 (So no shopping this month ye…)