I have made a line up of product reviews to post, but opt for this first… as I’m very excited to share what I’ve discovered before this week ends. Robinsons Place Las Piñas opened last October 25, which is very near in my university.
So last Friday, I decided to go there to buy some organizing stuff at Daiso Japan Center since we just started second semester last Wednesday. I asked my brother to go with me since we go to the same uni and he can drive me as well (boo! my license got expired last month).
As we arrived there, we dropped off Daiso and a few stores to shop first. We even bought cinema tickets to watch a movie, Big Hero 6, later that afternoon. Then, we came across this attractive place named Robots and Dolls – Salon for Kids and Teens and the staff gave us a brochure/leaflet and even asked me and my brother to try their services. .Waiiiiit! I know my brother is still a teen at nineteen, but ME??? Gosh! I’m 21-teen already! The place is too cute and I really wanted to go in, BUT I’m not sure if it’s okay that we’re both not kids anymore. HAHAHA!
At first, I really took a picture of this to show this to my sister and tell her to bring her son in that place for his first haircut… that was the “original plan”
[RIGHT] Ms. Belle scrubs my feet using an organic salt and something liquid that I forgot to ask. The scrub should be up until my knees, but that’s the farthest I can pull my skinny jeans on. Next time, I know I should wear shorter pants or just wear shorts 🙂
+ Perfect ambiance… made me feel like a kid again (surely kids will look forward on their haircut day!)
+ Friendly staff
+ Free use of iPads (although, I have my ipad with me… I find it a great idea for kids and I hope in adult salons too… to keep away from being bored)
+ They use organic products : from nail polishes to foot scrubs
+ Kids can enjoy having cutie mani-pedi using wooden stick instead of the usual metal nail pusher and organic cuticle soap