|The waiting area|
I think it’s the massage chair that I loved the most in my experience with Heads Up. Haha. While sitting pretty and my nails being groomed by the efficient nail technician, I can feel the chair automatically kneading and massaging my back. It provided additional comfort and relief for my tired, stressed body. This is such a wonderful free service that I forgot I was there for a manicure and foot spa.
|The lovely massage chairs, haaaay…|
My nail technician was gentle with my nails and cuticles. The foot spa entailed the usual foot soak, scrub and a little bit massage plus nail grooming. The soak and scrub were nothing special; you can even do it at the comfort of your homes. The foot spa was a little bit bitin, as most foot spas are. I mean, who can get enough of such a good thing? If it’s possible, I would spend a day in a spa having my whole body subjected to all kinds of pampering. Wouldn’t you?
|The eyebrow and facial wax area | Various products|
A friend was brave enough to try the Brazilian Wax in Heads Up. I cringe at the thought of this procedure because I cannot imagine the pain but she said it didn’t hurt as much as she expected it to be but it does hurt. I actually tagged along weeks ago when she did her second Brazilian
to hear her scream . This time, she wasn’t that pleased with the wax used. It hurt and her attendant was a little bit less energetic and attentive but still trying her best.
|The hair salon|
|What hair style will you be having today?|
I’m sure you’re dying to hear how my hair cut in Heads Up went. Unfortunately, I haven’t been there for a haircut. You might be wondering why would I feature Heads Up without trying their hair cut first. That’s like going to KFC without ordering their chicken. (Kung maka-relate sa food pa talaga?!) Well, their lone hair cutter was having her day-off so maybe next time. Have you had your hair cut in Heads Up Salon? Give us your feedback in our comment section, please. 🙂
Book an appointment by calling their number below so you won’t have to wait that long in case the salon is busy or the personnel are on leave. Most of the staff are Filipinos.
It also amuses us when we enter a salon and they pretty much has a solid color theme. I was telling the fellow tarhas that when we open our own salon, it wouldn’t be hard to guess what our chosen color is if that comes into fruition. 😉 ~ Sundrenched
Heads Up Salon
Near RKH/Military Hospital and Al-Rajhi Supermarket