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JCPassion
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Seach for a beautican?

Postby JCPassion » Mon, 26 Feb 2007 5:12 pm

What makes you patronise a certain beautican / salon? What do you look for in them? What will entice you to try out their services?

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erm..

Postby siangz » Tue, 27 Feb 2007 7:21 am

well.. i think what makes us patronise a particular salon or visit only ONE and only beautician is simply because of their excellent service, going to a salon for a facial / for other skin problems.. we will want the beautician to explain to us our skin condition and how can they help us .. " what we pay is what we get" ... never enter into those neighbourhood salon and sign up for a package first .. check out what they have to offer and seek for the first trial.. Yeah. hope my information haves help u .. in anyway~ ..

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Postby xiao_ding_dang » Tue, 27 Feb 2007 8:53 am

hi,

i totally agreed with wat siangz said, never never go to neighbourhood salon. i had a very bad experiance, in 2 months time i spend more then 2K BUT thats not the issue the bigger problem is that the beautician nv get my problem cure but she worsen my condition till i don't even dare to go out with my frens, some saw me n asked, wat happen to my face?

But was fortunate to know my current beautician through my colleague n she's located in orchard area and she helps me clear my skin in 1 months time n actually i'm not spending as much as that bad experiance, althought ORCHARD might sound expensive but her chargers is definitely cheaper n reasonable then that neighbourhood.
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Postby Faith4ever2 » Tue, 27 Feb 2007 11:00 am

i agree with the above that one should not sign packages on the first visit but i disagree with xiao ding dang about never going to neigbourhood salon. My beautican is actually home based and she is great. My beautican explained my condition and treats me problem well.
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Postby JCPassion » Tue, 27 Feb 2007 4:18 pm

Thanks guys... so it is really a matter of trial and risk for customer. Is there a more risk free way?


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