Cut & Shave Lounge brings to life a unique barbershop experience. My husband and I went to the launch of CSL at the 2nd floor of SM City Cebu. I was very excited because it was one of those events that the mister is part of.
Upon entering the lounge I was able to see the design and makings of the internationally-acclaimed designer Vito Selma. CSL brings together two very important ideas that we Cebuanos are truly proud of, our own Cebuano Heritage and Cebuano Customer Service.
They were able to blend these two aspects and created a haven for Cebuanos to have that one-of-a-kind experience, a classic barber shop with a modern day twist. CSL is definitely the ultimate man cave where you and your most trusted barber can convene. There is a mural of the Magellan’s Cross which is proudly displayed at the left side of the lounge’s wall, while a kalesa wheel prominently greets each clients at the reception area. Vito Selma, carefully put these designs altogether to perfectly incorporate in the entire barbershop.
Of course despite of the designs, what is important is the Cebuano service we always look forward in every store. CSL has conscientiously paid very closely in giving their customers value for money. Their team of barbers have undergone very rigid training in collaboration with the global brand, L’Oreal Professional, to create signature looks that combine precision Cut, Color and Styling. Their team is also equipped with the most advanced cutting tools by WAHL Professionals that allow them to provide cuts that ranges from the classic looks to the trendiest styles. Each of their barbers uses the five star series collection clipper and of course at the end of each service let us not forget the signature barber’s massage that every man always awaits at the end of every cut and shave.
Check out the video and see for yourself how the mister enjoyed his afternoon session with his new favourite barber Carlito.
This is just a the beginning for Cut and Shave Lounge, they will be opening their next branch at Robinsons Place Ormoc this April and more branches are already lined up to open until 2010.