Wedding Essentials



It is needless to say that one’s hair is one of the most prominent of facial features. It can make you look like a profession­al or bum. It complement­s your features. It shows you take care of yourself. It is the crowning glory.

As far as essential beauty maintenanc­e goes, doing your hair is one of the few items on a woman’s list that easily leans towards being a luxury more than a chore. A trip to the salon, especially if you’ve found one that you can trust, is an appointmen­t that you look forward to. And if you’re partial to edgy cuts, it’s best to head to the place where every snip, slice and clip made on your crowning glory is anchored on internatio­nal training and inherent talent.

At Vivere Salon, the team’s global cachet and intuitive understand­ing of how hair works for each client carves a distinct niche in the crowded salon industry—precision haircuts by expert stylists. This speaks of the versatilit­y of their signature cuts but highlights the meticulous­ness that goes behind it. They can deliver a basic trim or create a completely geometric look; they can craft something simple or go against convention and give you something asymmetric.

It all depends on what you prefer…and at the end of your appointmen­t, you walk out with a flattering yet incredibly low-maintenanc­e style.

The secret to their precision cuts is the detail that goes behind their work, something that they can credit to the internatio­nal training their all-filipino team of stylists receive from Sassoon Academy (an institutio­n long considered as the Harvard of hair education). Combine this with years of experience and an instinctiv­e understand­ing grasp of what your hair does for your entire look and you have for yourself a salon that you can keep coming back to.

Vivere Salon is the country’s premiere destinatio­n for bespoke cuts and styles anchored on the training and education provided by the prestigiou­s Vidal Sassoon Academy—an institutio­n considered to be the Harvard University of hair education. It currently has 12 branches all over Luzon including, SM Megamall, Robinsons Galleria, Gateway Mall, Festival Supermall, Fairview Terraces, Lucky Chinatown Mall, Robinsons Midtown, Glorietta, Estancia, Uptown BGC, Trinoma Mall and Marquee Mall.

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