i finally had my hair rebonded! wohoo! after almost a year of talking about it, planning about it, obsessing about it, i conquered my fears and went ahead with it. i'm a bit paranoid when it comes to my hair. when i was in college, i went to the salon to get the edgy haircut that was "in" at that time. and i went out of the salon looking like a boy. even justin bieber had longer hair/bangs than i did at that time. haha.
i digress. well, the real story is about the rebond. i have straight hair but i want a commercial-ready straight hair and i knew that in my case, the way to get that is to have my hair rebonded. about 6 years ago, when i didn't know about rebond (which probably already already existed but was too expensive for a low key person like me), i straightened my already straight hair. haha. the result was fantastic. not a strand out of place. i loved it. i was actually planning to just straighten my hair again just like i did 6 years ago but according to the salons i've been to, i can't do it yet because of my highlights. it might burn my hair. so that's a big X!
i digress again. haha. so, i went to tony and jackey which is a korean salon. they have a promo package for hair rebond. there are a lot of salons who offer rebond for a much lower price but i opted to do it in a reputable salon because i've heard a lot of horror stories about hair rebond. the promo package cost me 5,000 pesos by the way.
this post is already too long. i'll write a new one for my salon experience. :)