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10 Favorite Hairstylists of Manila's Most Discerning

These hair experts will waste no time in giving you the mane of your dreams.
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A list of T&C’s favorite hairstylists and their respective salons.

TINETTE OZAMIZ PUYAT OF TINETTE & CO.

Posted by Tinette Ozamiz Puyat on Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Tinette’s has been around for more than 23 years. Owner and creative director Tinette Ozamiz Puyat first opened on Pasong Tamo, Makati before settling at San Antonio Plaza. The salon has a highly skilled and experienced team of staff and stylists, but Ozamiz Puyat’s magical touch is a must if you want the full Tinette’s experience.

San Antonio Plaza, McKinley Road, Forbes Park

TENG ROMA OF EMPHASIS SALON

Posted by Teng Roma on Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Emphasis has been the go-to of society's top names since it opened in 2000. Vicente “Teng” Roma redefined the model for salons by combining his knowledge and skills with premier services. The hairstylist-entrepreneur is known for his cutting-edge work amplified by his personal touch.

Joya Drive, Rockwell Center, Makati

CHIYO TAGAMI OF SEI SALON

Posted by Preview Magazine on Thursday, May 21, 2015

In 2004, Chiyo Tagami came to the Philippines and sought to change the “Filipinos’ conservative take on their long black hair.” In the following years, Tagami used her Japanese heritage to give clients cool, modern cuts. She sadly left the Philippines last March.

6/F, Republic Glass Building, 196, Salcedo Street corner Aguirre Street, Legaspi Village, Makati

JUDE HIPOLITO AND ROSE VELASCO OF JURO SALON EXCLUSIF

Posted by JURO Salon Exclusif on Monday, December 14, 2015

Owned by Jude Hipolito and Rose Velasco, JuRo specializes in precision haircuts and personalized treatments for each customer. Your hair’s in expert hands with professional hairstylist Hipolito, and you can count on Velasco as the salon’s technical director and color specialist. Haircuts at JuRo start at around P7,000.

Unit 2D, Kensington Place, 1st Avenue corner 29th Street, Crescent Park West, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig

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JING MONIS OF JING MONIS SALON

Posted by Jing Monis on Friday, October 24, 2014

Jing Monis has a made a name as a hair and makeup artist for the “country’s top photographers, fashion designers, fashion and beauty editors, advertising creative directors, models, celebrity endorsers” for over 25 years. Though his eight salon branches make him busy, Monis still attends to clients on a regular basis.

3/F, Greenbelt 1, Paseo de Roxas, Makati

LOURD RAMOS OF CREATIONS BY LOURD RAMOS

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With 18 years of experience as a hairstylist, Lourd Ramos has definitely made a name for himself. Creations, which he established in 2010, has several branches in the city. Ramos makes sure to visit each branch regularly to attend to his many clients.

3/F, Bonifacio Stop Over, Rizal Drive, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig

HENRI CALAYAG OF HENRI CALAYAG SALON

Posted by Henri Calayag Salon on Thursday, December 22, 2016

You know you’re in good hands with Henri Calayag, one of the country’s top hair masters, whether it be a trendy hairstyle or a simple trim. His Greenbelt salon not only assures you great service, it also offers a warm and relaxing atmosphere through the big windows all around.

The Residences at Greenbelt, Esperanza Street, Greenbelt, Makati

ALEX CARBONELL OF STUDIO FIX BY ALEX CARBONELL

Located at Greenbelt 5’s topmost floor, Studio Fix is one of the country’s most celebrated hair salons. The mastermind behind it is Alex Carbonell, who previously served as chief creative and learning director for Bench’s Fix salons nationwide. Carbonell specializes in layered cuts that grow out beautifully. Check out his Instagram and see his work for yourself.

4/F, Greenbelt 5, Esperanza Street, Makati, Metro Manila

BE BEAUTIFUL FOR HIM

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Be Beautiful For Him (“Him” refers to God) is one of Makati’s best-kept secrets. It’s been around since the ‘60s and is a stone’s throw away from the Bel-Air and Rockwell neighborhoods. The women of BBFH are ever reliable and speedy workers who specialize in multi-tasking. Another treat that clients come back for are the salon’s polvoron, pastillas, and chicharon (often referred to as the best in Manila). Frequent visitors are society's cream of the crop. 

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8485 Kalayaan Avenue, Barangay Poblacion, Makati

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