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New beauty salon
opens in Bacolod

A beauty salon for men and women that specializes in hair treatment opened recently at B.S. Aquino Drive in Bacolod City.

Stylistics Beautique managed by Ric Banzali and Thelma Dimalanta also offers the latest make-up technology, airbrush, digital perming, rebonding, nail art, foot spa, among others.

Its senior hair stylist Ernie “Little” Magay is an L’Oreal hair color expert and has over 12 years of experience. He is also the vice president of the Philippine Cosmetologist Association headed by Fanny Serrano.

Magay said he has undergone training in cosmetology in Japan and Guam and is more focused on the use of L’Oreal, which is a fine formula in hairdressing. Their rates are very reasonable, he said.

He also offers community service by conducting trainings that will help provide livelihood for the people in the barangays, Magay said.

Cecil Sayson, the wife of Bacolod Vice Mayor Jude Thaddeus Sayson, was the guest of honor during the blessing and inauguration of the salon.*CGS



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