Famous Salon by Folded & Hung

3/F Robinsons Place Manila, Pedro Gil St. cor. Adriatico St., Ermita, Manila, Metro Manila

Famous Salon by Folded & Hung
3.5
3.5 Stars

6 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 3
  • 4 stars 1
  • 3 stars 0
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 2
  • 6 Reviews
  • 0 Recommend
  • 6 Reviewers
Category:
Hair Salon
Business Hours
Reopens: 10:00a - 10:00p
Phone
+6325703174

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Monday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Thursday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Friday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Saturday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p

Payment Options

Cash

Most Recent Reviews

Raquel d.
1.0 Stars

Makeup does not match skin tone and made my face itch. Cheap brands used.

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Rael S.
5.0 Stars

Ask for Ms Mandy for your hairstyle. She's good on her craft.

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Charmaine M.
5.0 Stars

If you want to have a fabulous hairstyle better go here. 128077128077128077 they have the best hair stylist. 128135128134128158

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Pau L.
5.0 Stars

Its Salon time 128135 From F & H clothing line to Famous Salon:

I'am a little bit nervous whenever iam going to salon for the hair cut. Its been a years since my last haircut & now iam ready for change. I have a stylist friend whos working here at this branch so i trust him with regards of my hair. In all fairness i really love the outcome iam very satisfied with my new look, new hair style now. Perfect 128079

The place is very classy because of the cool design they treated me like a star. While waiting for your turn they have a little resto inside with a cute barista. They offered cupcakes, pasta, beverages, coffee. Awesome ideas.

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HAPPY TO BE FAMOUS 128139

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Ezekhiel N.
4.0 Stars

Perfect place to have a new look and new aura! People are accommodating

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Marbbie T.
1.0 Stars

NIGHTMARE. At a glance, cool concept--hip interiors (band prints as wallpapers, book shelves, light bulbs on mirrors), a cute private room, an in-house cafe, stylists trained by celebrity coiffeur Jing Monis--but Famous fails because of its people. You know those hard sell types who pinpoint every "flaw" you have just to make you get more treatments than you really need? That's what they are. Don't know why, are they commissioned or something? In the service industry, tech skills must go hand in hand with one's communication skills. So crucial especially to getting one's hair cut. It's practically a life-changing decision!

The hairstylist Bryan butchered my boyfriend's hair because of this aloofness. He had his own deluded idea of a fade and ended up giving my boyfriend a ridiculous, shameful pineapple/carrot top haircut all because he thinks he is too good to listen, understand, and give the customer what he wants. The worst part? He won't even own up to his mistake. He even tried pulling the "lost in translation" card on my boyfriend (can't speak Tagalog) but when I confronted him in Tagalog, he attempted to intimidate me in decent English. How cunning!

On my end, the team kept forcing me to get treatments I already get from other salons, unable to tell that my hair's texture is such only because I didn't comb my hair for days. Professionals like Jing can tell from afar. Maybe they can too, but they're just so bent on making me spend. I settled for a root retouch. How can they mess it up, right? But they applied so much color on my scalp, and some parts of my hair were left unretouched. It took forever and was painful to remove! It's like an epileptic could have done a better job.

In the interest of relaxation and privacy, I booked the VIP room for my boyfriend and I. It comes at a steep 30% of your total bill. Spending shoukd be no problem as long as you get what you pay for. But no, The staff has turned it into their locker room! They kept going in and out of the supposedly private, "VIP" room and won't even close the door behind them. Their personal belongings cluttered the place. They were super feel close and somehow think they can make up for their lack of professionalism with this pakikisama personality.

Don't even get me started with the receptionist's unprofessionaliam. She was under the impression we can be friends, showering me with uncalled compliments, trying to talk me out of making a complaint to the salon's management or Jing. She kept making it appear to be a big favor she was waiving our bill. Like anyone would pay good money for such horrible service!

Are they really skilled, I don't know. Their attitude problem definitely trumped whatever training and talent the team has. I went to the salon because the place had such potential, but yeah, that's where it ends.

It's not even that you get what you pay for. They're not super cheap in comparison to other mid range salons. They're pricier than bench fix. Ricky Reyes is cheaper but they're nicer, more hospitable, they take their time to understand what you want and explain what they think looks good on you.

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