It’s not really a Korean salon, but it’s the nearest thing to having a Korean hairstylist. It seems that it’s very popular with hair color and rebonding, which they call Japanese Hair Straight. It’s about 30 minutes drive from home, but I
begged lovingly requested my hubby to bring me there. From experience, I just get a haircut once in a blue moon. Though, I do get more hair coloration visits. I just did walk-in. My hairstylist is Kim. She’s Asian. I’m happy to have her. I love the care and the precision, she’s just like my ever reliable Sharon of Kawisori Salon in Manila. And yay, I love the styling most. I’m so made up. I dream of curls since my hair is so straight, but just not brave enough to get a perm.
|Love it. Niceeeh! 💁🏻♀️|
I feel so pretty after the salon trip. Though, I can’t wait to grow it longer and have brighter colors (hmmm, red or mocha/blond ?). I just truly need to fix the hair fall. Please, please.
|First photo: Before the haircut | Second and Third: Everyday hair after salon styling|
Price of Haircut is $35 with shampoo and blow dry/styling + $10 tip. Pricey from my usual Korean Haircut, but what can I do, I’m here. Haircut, check. Next is hair color. Let’s do this! Cheers! ✌🏻
Simple Hair Salon
33 N Milpitas Blvd, Milpitas, CA 95035