The Pink House Salon and Spa

St. Mary Ave., Provident Village, Marikina, Metro Manila

The Pink House Salon and Spa
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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

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Most Recent Reviews

Rachel C.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Grace C.
5.0 Stars

You can't help but look at it in the stretch of St. Mary Street, the main road of Provident Villages. The Pink House stands true to their name, it is pink (with white and black) all over. It is one of the three new salons that opened within the village so I was kinda wondering what was up with that.

Last night after a long day of walking and shopping, I decided to drop by and have a foot spa + mani-pedi, my R&R treat for myself every month or so (or a massage). Since this is the first one I'd pass by from my house and since it's so pink, I decided to go here.

I was surprised to see that 1) despite the overly use of pink, the place still looked cute and classy (as opposed to cheap and tacky). They have these wash basins and faucets setup at the foot of the seat for easy footspa and washing. 2) It's so spacious inside, pwede ka mag-tumbling, literally. 3) They also offer hair and massage services - I thought it was just a nail salon.

They have 3 seats for the hair services, four seats for the nail services and three beds for the massage (combination therapy). They also have a cozy waiting area with TV. A/C was strong, service was great, the price was affordable, there is strong WiFi, and most of all I loved the finished product - my feet are now soft, they removed the hard skin/callouses and I didn't get "murdered!"

See I have deep ingrowns in my big toes and if the nail technician is not so good, I would end up with swollen/aching toes that will give me a difficult time walking for about 3 days. That is my fear every time I try a new nail salon. For mani-pedi regulars during the 80s as my mother was, they termed this as "na-murder." The term obviously stuck to me as I would accompany her to her salon as my daughter sometimes does to me now.

My daughter also shared the same opinion that they gave great service. She had a Pink pedi, I think that's what they called that, comprised of a foot soak (no scrubbing and filing - P120) with pedicure and she also had a polish change (P30) for her hands. Yes, she's kikay and asked that since it's summer if she could have her nails painted like mine.

I don't remember the individual prices for the services I got, but the total for my mani-pedi foot scrub was P230. Their mani is about 60 and the pedi 70, if I'm not mistaken. Their nail polish are almost all Bobbie brands (no Orly or other imported brands that will require you to pay more), and they're all new. Don't you just hate it when after rifling through a ton of nail polish, you'd discover that all of them are nearly dried up nail polish? I just hope they keep their stocks well-maintained even after a few months in the business.

I really enjoyed the place as it was spacious and not crowded (we arrived at 7pm and there was one other customer aside from me and the daughter and then two people went in for a quick haircut while we were there), the employees were not gossiping mindlessly while working on the customers (a pet peeve, really), the TV was not so loud that people can still have a normal conversation while watching, I can even read a book if not for the chatty daughter, haha.

Next time I'll be back here, I'll try out their massage. I hope it will be as great an experience as this one!

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