Make a haircut pit stop at QB House
BUSY executives on a tight schedule would have little time to spare when it comes to getting a haircut.
Enter Quick Beauty House, more commonly known as QB House, which started in Japan in 1996.
The company opened its doors here in 2005.
Some 10 years on, QB House has grown to 34 outlets islandwide, three of which opened just last year.
The chain's three newest outlets are located at Holland Village MRT Station, Eastpoint Mall and Paya Lebar Square.
As part of ongoing efforts to improve and upgrade itself, QB House recently introduced brand-new uniforms for its staff, and fresh new interiors at its outlets.
The new uniforms are made from materials that have deodorant and antibacterial properties, and complement QB House's existing hygiene practices, such as using a fresh comb and disposable paper towel for each customer.
QB House's concept is simple: Head to any outlet, have a seat while waiting for your turn and receive a 10-minute haircut, at a fixed rate of $12.
QB House has a premium outlet at JEM that charges $15 for additional styling services.
Over at VivoCity, QB House has two outlets, one of which is dedicated entirely to children. For $20, you can get your child's hair cut in a private booth equipped with an Apple iPad.
As the brand grows, QB House will continue to provide quick, quality services to meet the changing lifestyles of its customers.
For more information, visit www.qbhouse.com/sg