Kiseki Hair House, Boon Keng.

Last Day! Only $25 for Japanese Silky Hair Colouring or Creative Highlights for All Hair Lengths + Wash + Blow Dry at Kiseki Hair House, Boon KengLast Day! Only $25 for Japanese Silky Hair Colouring or Creative Highlights for All Hair Lengths + Wash + Blow Dry at Kiseki Hair House, Boon Keng
Blk 102 Towner Road #01-270
Singapore 322102
(Boon Keng MRT Exit A)
Tel: 6396 4085 / 8358 9907

Operating Hours: 11.30am to 9pm (Tues – Fri); 11.30 to 7pm (Sat, Sun & PH); Closed on Monday
Bought my hair dye deal from  and I'm here to do another review.
In comparison to the previous deal I bought from Plus! BigDeal at He@venly Cutz, this is BETTER.
The last visit to HC was during June 10th or 11th, so it's just been around 3 months before I cover my dark roots again.

Here're the before photos:
You can tell that my hair is very dry at the ends 

1. The dishonest part
  • Bullcrap about the "Last Day!" sale of voucher because the voucher has been there for the past few days.
  • It stated "Japanese Silky Hair Colouring", but I'm sure it wasn't because they tried to hardsell me into "upgrading" to better dyes.
  • Creative highlights is not what it seems (read below)

2. The Bad

  • Hardselling of products. They'd introduce you to different dyes such as Hoyu and Organic Hair dyes at extra charges - mine was $88 extra for Hoyu. 
  • Hardselling of hair cream which costs $35 - the one who constantly hardsell is not my stylist, she carries a short bob with bright dye colour. Felt that she was quite persistent in hardselling, but my stylist was less persistent.
  • I told them I wanted to do a brighter hair dye, but they told me it's not possible for my hair texture (since it's coarse and thick). I was told to upgrade to better dyes which allows better penetration and also, brighter colours. However I flatly rejected.
  • Next, my stylist recommended me to do a creative highlight to get a brighter colour - first, they will dye a base colour, before adding brighter streaks. I asked if this creative highlight is inside the package, she checked my voucher and said yes. Thereafter, while she explained the process again, I asked if I need to top up any money, and she said yes. This is because, it would be a double process in doing base + highlighting. The moment I heard I need to top up, I insisted that I just wanted a normal dye which was what I paid for! I just felt like they weren't honest about their creative highlights part!
  • In the end, I didn't get to properly choose the colour I want, but rather they advised me into a less bright colour - which was exactly like my old hair dye -.-''''

3. The Good

  • The hairstylist who served me was rather friendly and nice. Felt a little guilty not upgrading my package but I just don't want extra unnecessary charges.
  • Another compliment to my stylist (I'm sorry, I didn't get her name) - I forgot to print my voucher and they insisted that I have to present a hard copy. That said, I acknowledged it's my fault la. So I went around Boon Keng searching for a photo printing shop! Wanted to cry because there wasn't any! Thankfully I had my dearest bf, and he said he'll print it for me, but I can only present it after I'm done with my dye. Went back to the salon and they accepted my plea. Phew, I was so guilty to my stylist but she assured me it was okay :)
  • Decent hair dye standards compared to the one at Heavenly Cutz (do read my previous review). The pleasant thing was they used the hair steamer to speed up the dyeing process. The previous time at HC, I was just left to sit and wait within a while before they ushered me to wash my hair (that's why the hair dye job was done so badly! the hair dye wasn't even allowed to be seep into the hair!)

  • There was no rush for me to finish my dye job, the stylist patiently examined my hair, before applying a new coat again. The whole hair dye process took 2.5 hours.
  • Ammonia smell was bearable
  • Thankfully there wasn't any scalp analysis as stated on the site, because I know I'd be pestered to buy things that I DO NOT WANT.
  • Another fortunate thing was, while they hardsell, I was able to reject politely, and they didn't look offended (although they might be).
  • Hair treatment was a water spa which was so much better than what I had at Heavenly Cutz (grrr). Back at HC, the washing process was so fast, I doubt they even did any treatment to my hair! But at Kiseki, my stylist washed and massaged my head thoroughly, and also told me she'll be proceeding with the water spa treatment, which I gathered was just applying of some conditioner and washing it off. That said, this was so much better la.
Here're the after photos:
Hair is dyed evenly even at the roots! Yay!

 The bad thing is, this hair colour isn't obvious la! Really mild colour, which I'm not looking for.
I wanted a brighter colour :(
My bf said it didn't look like I dyed my hair because there was NO DIFFERENCE.

To conclude, my hair is dyed evenly (versus the horrible job at Heavenly Cutz).
It does feel smoother, however my hair ends is still as dry haha, I'm gonna visit a salon to snip off these dry ends soon!
I believe this deal is a success, except for my voucher blunder and the hardselling and promoting of other/"better" hair dyes!
I do wish that with many washes, the colour would become brighter! *fingers crossed*

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