Sunday, June 24, 2012

Getting some TLC at Studio Zen

I don't regularly go to salons, but when I do, I make sure that it's going to be worth it! Every now and then, I enjoy getting a new haircut, hair treatment, or a mani pedi with my mom. Last Sunday was one of the days we decided to stop by a salon for some quick pampering. We went to Studio Zen Katipunan for the first time.
I love the minimalist design. White walls and floors are good to have in a salon so you know it's well-maintained

My mom got a pedicure and foot spa, I got a manicure and pedicure, and my dad got a haircut. The services offer great value for money. The people are friendly and don't force treatments and products on you - that's one of the things that turns me off when I go to some salons where you'll be forced to buy whatever product they're insisting on you just so they'd shut up. Haha! Anyway, I was pleased to have a relaxing time enjoying a conversation with my mom while my nails get a makeover. 
Manicure/Pedicure corner

I had my fingernails done with Opi in Samoan Island and Orly in Bon Bon for my toenails. I had to keep my fingers tamed for work, but I decided not to match them with my toes just for the heck of it! 

With our fab manicuristas! 

Studio Zen is known for being a Complete Care Salon, with various services you can avail regularly. Visit their branches to find out more about their famous Unli Services. You can avail of unlimited hair, nails, and massage services for amazingly affordable monthy/ weekly rates! Thanks Aaron (Studio Zen's owner) and Jowie (Studio Zen's Marketing Officer), for the relaxing treat! 
Visit their branches:
- #325 Katipunan Ave. (in front of Ateneo above BPI and KFC building), QC
- 2F Kopi Roti Bldg., Tomas Morato Ave.
Learn more about Studio Zen on their FB Page.


  1. I don't normally go to salons either, but when I do it's to sit there watching my girlfriend get a pedicure for what seems like years.

    1. Haha! I think that's how all men feel when inside salons. I think the fluffy couches in waiting areas are actually for them, rather than the women. :))
      Thanks for following! I followed your blog, too! :)

  2. The polish on your toenails is NOT Orly Bon Bon.


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