Salon de Manila

2/F Grand Hamptons Tower 2, 1st Ave. cor. 31st St., Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Metro Manila

Salon de Manila
3.0 Stars

5 Reviewers

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  • 1 star 1
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Hair Salon
Business Hours
Open: 9:00a - 9:00p


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

Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

Price Range

₱550 - ₱5,845

Most Recent Reviews

Owen A.
2.0 Stars

I like my haircut. What I don't like about this salon - C. Palanca Branch is I that they are not honest and they take advantage of people. I visited the C. Palanca branch last night because I needed a haircut...just a haircut The hairstylist told me to get a treatment even though I told him that I was in a hurry because my service might arrive soon. He said the treatment will only take 30 minutes. Thinking that it will only take that much time, I agreed to that treatment, but he did not tell me the cost of the treatment. So I had a treatment and a haircut and when I paid the services they charged me Php 2,800 and since my service has already arrived 10 minutes ago, I was in a hurry and forgot to present my PWD ID for the discount and the cashier did not give me the O.R. I then texted and called the following morning to ask about the cost of services and told Daisy (the cashier) that I wasn't able to present my PWD card because I was in a hurry plus she did not give me the O.R. She said that the discount will be applied and I will get my OR within the day. Then after 3 hours she called me and said that they will not honor the PWD card anymore and will not give a discount but I can still get an OR, which I assumed they just issued after I asked them.

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Bev S.
5.0 Stars

I love Salon de Manila BGC!!! The stylists and assistants are professional... Proud to say i'm a regular client!

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Monica L.
5.0 Stars

"I love Salon de Manila, BGC! They're the only one I trust with my hair"

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Laurie L.
1.0 Stars

DO NOT go to SALON DE MANILA, FORT unless you want to be scammed! I don't typically post rants but this truly infuriated me. For the first time in years I decided to try out a new salon for a change due to proximity. So I went to Salon de Manila near Burgos Circle after calling to book a hair trim. When I got seated the "senior stylist" told the assistant to shampoo my hair and put a primer. I asked repeatedly what the primer was for (having ZERO knowledge in hair vanity). I even asked to be shown the packaging of the product. I said I didn't need it because I just wanted a trim but the stylist insisted it was a pre-requisite to cutting my hair. I looked around and most clients had primer on as well. So I finally agreed because he wouldnt cut my hair without it. And while trimming my hair he said, "hindi ka nag-pri-primer? Kailangan yun treatment every 4 months." That's when I realized I had been scammed. I said: "I asked for a trim, not a treatment." Lo and Behold! When I got my bill, it was nearly 2k because they billed me for the primer--Php1200! I insisted that I NEVER wanted that treatment and that I was not paying for it. They didn't give me a hard time and waived the fee. But now it seemed my reaction was commonplace so I wonder if they try to get away with other clients.

To top it off, the stylist layered my hair and trimmed by bangs without asking. I just wanted a trim! A straight one! Suffice it to say, I'm going back to the reliable Basement Salon in Rockwell. Do NOT try this salon in BGC!

Also, i posted this complaint on their fb page right after. And instead of addressing my complaint or apologizing they merely deleted it. 3 times i posted, 3 time they deleted it! Good going Salon de Manila, BGC! Goes to show how truly classy you are. And probably
Desperate to break even.

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Peanut D.
2.0 Stars

Diba dito nagpapagupit yung mga artista? Lol.

I was supposed to go to another salon (Bruno’s Barbers bahahaha. Kidding! …Or not.) but decided to try this place out. I’ve never had my hair cut at a Salon de Manila but figured I should try it out. I always hear this place mentioned on TV shows (“Thank you to Salon de Manila for my hair”) so I had high expectations.

Nope. It’s just like any other David’s Salon. Maybe even more cramped.

They also didn’t have hot water when they shampooed my hair. I can hear Jamie G saying, "Warafak??" Even Bruno’s Barbers has hot water!!! 128534 Although now that I think about it, having my hair shampooed with cold water actually came in handy as the salon was pretty warm inside. And I get cold pretty easily so it must be warmer for regular people.

As for my hair… I hate it. 128557

I feel like people should start calling me Shaggy now. I asked for SIDE layers but was given layers everywhere. And now, days after the actual haircut day, my hair is all tikwas-y. It’s the type of haircut that needs a roller brush and has to be blow-dried every day.

You see, I wanted to get my hair cut so it will be much quicker to dry and I won’t use up so much shampoo. Now I have to blow-dry my hair and use a roller brush? Neh.

I also felt like I got ripped off. Hairstylist offered to get my hair treated, I said sure. I should have asked how much that was because come billing time, the entire thing set me back Php 2,800+. I was not a happy camper.

I’m giving them an extra star even though I hated my hair since they were nice to me.

So I’m thinking of getting another haircut somewhere so I can get rid of the “shaggy” layers. But maybe I should wait a couple more weeks. Also, maybe Bruno’s isn’t a bad idea after all. Sigh. 128530

P.S. Photo attached is the before and after look. :)

P.P.S. I thought I was going to unlock my salon badge today but realized Bruno's Barbers is a BARBERSHOP. 128078

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