A spur-of-the-moment decision found me in Alabang Town Center, walking towards Azta Urban Salon. I did my research and learned that they are–so far–the only salon that really offers the Ombre hair service. They have this in their menu of services, with a slew of happy customers as well. I braved the gloomy weather and went to the salon, against all my penny-pinching targets this month.
I had a couple of pegs with me, which I showed to the stylist. At first, he said that he’ll only color the bottom part of my hair but we eventually decided to color upper half. It was a five-hour process. Here’s what my hair looks like right now. Do you like it?
The stylist actually intended to bleach the bottom part further but I chose not to since I thought it already looked nice. Plus, I liked that it didn’t look like an ombre at all. Parang it all happened by accident lang. Haha! When I get sick of this, I might dye this a bolder color though. Right now, I’m enjoying this mess of a hair. It’s so me–wacky, fun and completely random.
I paid more than the usual because I have ungodly thick hair. You can email me if you want to know how much this hair cost me.
Also, I’m thankful that he didn’t cut off all of my hair.
Stylist: Gupitan kita ha.
Me: How many inches? One? Two?
Stylist: Well, madami. *giggles*
Stylist: We need to do that so the ombre will look even nicer. Your hair at the back is straight kasi eh.
Me: Okay. Do it.