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EVERY FILIPINA – MESTIZA, MORENA OR CHINITA – CAN NOW BE PROUD OF HER COLOR
Filipinas deserve to have their beauty brought out anddeveloped the best way possible. With this, Filipinas everywhere will be empowered to showcase their looks andcharacter. As the leading provider of hair color in the Philippine salon industry, it is L’Oreal Professionnel’sadvocacy to be able to provide all Filipinas the best hair color using the right hair color brand for them and we want to do this through proper consultation and diagnosis. It is our aim to be able to educate hairstylists on the science of proper skin tone diagnosis to give all types of Filipina – mestiza, morena or chinita- the hair color that suit them best.
Thanks to L’oreal Professionnel Philippines, I have been selected as one of the first women to try out their latest hair color service. It was just recently that I un-colored my hair back to its natural color. Because it was frustrating to be stuck with brassy colors produced by using DIY color
|Oh this is as trashy as I can get. Taken 4 months ago at a hotel. Did you know, that I paid room charges in the hotel room because the hair dye stained the carpet? 😛|
Thus, I dyed my hair dark brown. To somehow make it look “virgin”. But, it was bland, unflattering, boring. It seemed to make my skin look dull and average. Thanks to L’oreal Professionnel Philippines; the change I have been wanting to try has come to reality.
One of their participating partner salons is Tony and Jackey. It was near to where I work so it’s convinient to go to during lunch time.
|Tony and Jackey Buendia Branch|
|April! The Contest Winner!|
|With my natural hair color|
Mine is in its natural state. Not suited for my adventurous and fun personality.
The process only lasts around an hour including consultation, shampoo, and styling. They were really nice too! My stylist chose a light golden brown tone for me because she said I had a fair skin-tone. A bit hesistant because I never tried going 3 shades lighter or more. I was scared too look like a jejemon.
Pleasantly surprised with the results because it still looked natural on me, it’s like MHBB. My hair but better.
|The Tony and Jackey Team|
|Good lighting under natural sun in the streets.|
|April and Me|
The results are subtle but amazing. It made our features pop! Would definitely recommend this to pinays who want change and wear their color proud!
|Thanks L’oreal Professionnel!|