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Hair Transformation with Covo Singapore

Make a wish. Take a chance. Make a change.

It's always difficult to take the first step and make changes to the existing things that you're so comfortable with doing or having. Change is always there and whether you look forward or dread it, it will happen, one way or the other. So why not take a chance and embrace the change?

In a way, it affects the decisions you make and in my case of getting a new look, I've been thinking of all the possible outcomes, like whether it will turn out to be a big regret or a refreshing change? After months of contemplating, I finally took the chance to make a change and entrusted my hair to Yoshi, Covo Singapore, whose skills are unequivocal.

If you haven't been following my hair journey, here are the very small changes I made as compared to the current look :p
I still remember the very first time I stepped into Covo, I wanted a drastic change but I wasn't ready. At that time, Yoshi was patient and helpful in understanding my hair condition and providing suggestions and so I started small, by getting my fringe cut into bangs and colouring a section of my hair.
Following that, I did some changes to the hair colour but not much to the length. Speaking of which, I do miss tying my hair up, the way it flows down my back and probably hitting people with my long ponytail (just joking xD). The biggest regret is not colouring my hair into unicorn colours before sniping them off. The thought came after I got the change :(
Anyway, Yoshi doesn't fail to impress with his skills and created the look that I had imagined. It's always good to have a trusted hairstylist who can recreate or even fine tune looks you have seen in magazines! Thanks Covo for keeping my hair great for all these while :)
If you have been wanting to try out a new look and have trouble deciding where to go, I would recommend you to give Covo Singapore a shot! I'm sure with their hairstylists' expertise, you can definitely get a look that suits your features :)

Don't forget to quote Candy for 20% off any hair services your first visit to Covo Singapore!

COVO Hair Salon
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43 Keong Saik Road
Singapore 089147
(Near Outram Park MRT)
Tel: 6221 4585

Opening Hours:
Mon- Fri 9am - 8pm
Sat, Sun, PH 10am - 7pm

COVO Hair Salon
32 Tanjong Pagar Road
Singapore 088453
(Near Duxton Hill Entrance)
Tel: 6225 9706

Opening Hours:
Mon, Wed- Fri 10am-8pm
Sat, Sun, PH 10am -7pm
(Closed on Tues)

Get beautiful hair with Covo Singapore today! ^~^

More posts on Covo Singapore:
Aug 2014 - First Visit to COVO Singapore
Nov 2014 - Covo's 2nd Anniversary & New Outlet opening! 
Jan 2015 - Newest Addition: Kerasilk Keratin Treatment 
Feb 2015 - Covo @ Tanjong Pagar


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