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Saturday, August 6, 2016

Orange Blush Salon opens Metro Manila flagship salon in Spark Place Cubao

I started coloring my hair 4 years ago, I remember highlighting it with burgundy and dark brown as my base. Burgudy is the one color that is only visible to sunlight. I was not adventurous with hair coloring then. As the years go by, I experimented with brown copper, and ash light blonde with my long layered hair. I had a side swept bangs and it suits me. I kept the side swept bangs since then.

Last year, Orange Blush Salon was launched at the SM Megacenter Cabanatuan City. They offered to color my hair and I said yes to Red or Ronze this time.  Ronze is a mixture of copper red and bronze brown.
I maintained it with a sulfate free conditioner and Purple shampoo which I bought from LUSH at Glorietta Makati.

The color worn off for 7 months and when Orange Blush Salon opened up their Cubao branch. I had it colored red at the tips ombre style, since I had a Medium Ash blonde base 2 weeks prior to ombre.

The Orange Blush Salon was launched on July 28 at Spark Place Robinsons Cubao. The launch was attended by Ms. Joby Linsangan Moreno, president of Orange Blush Salon, Orange Blush Salon execs and media.

"We want the people to know that they, too can own a salon," says Joby Linsangan Moreno, president of Orange Blush Salon.

Orange Blush Salon with more than 20 branches, launches its first Metro Manila flagship salon located in Spark Place Cubao.

Very soon, two franchise branches will open: one in Sta Cruz Manila and another in Quezon City area. "We are targeting to launch 8 more franchise branches this year," she says.

Franchising has been at the forefront of Orange Blush expansion plans.

"We want to broaden our reach to as many markets, not just in the provinces but in the metro as well," she explains.

Orange Blush Salon is a story of success from being a probinsyano (brand) conquering the the big city.

"We carry with us that unique and probinsiyano brand that we represent,” she explains.

Orange Blush Salon opened its first branch in Nueva Ecija in 2003. Joby who has always been interested in the beauty business started the first Orange Blush Salon from the remnants of a financially strapped  salon about to close shop. "I was then looking for a small place to set up my own beauty business when I saw this small beauty salon about to close." Several years later, Joby has grown her beauty salon business that it now has franchise branches.

"We want to inspire people. We also want to encourage them that they too can open a business of their own."

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