The Top Salon Franchises in the Philippines (Plus Contact Information)

There was once a research back in 2012 saying that the Filipino people values their hairstyle more than reading books, which is evident by the number of hair salons they have in almost every block in every neighborhood and the non-existence of bookstores. Unfortunately, four years later, that is still true and that’s definitely a little sad, but if you try to look at the bright side, it just shows that beauty salons are still a hit to the Filipino masses and that already gives you a target market for a business. So what are you waiting for? Scroll down below for the top five salon franchises in the Philippines today so you can make the Filipino people confidently beautiful with a heart!

David’s Salon

David's Salon

As much as the Filipino people love to try something new, they also tend to gravitate over what is familiar, because they know it can be trusted. After all, for a close-knit family culture, there would be no place like home for them, which makes David’s Salon an excellent choice for salon franchise!

It was founded by David Charlton, who was a hair stylist in United Kingdom when he was just 16 years of age, and worked at his uncle’s salon while attending Durham Technical College for 3 years, and eventually graduated with distinction. Afterwards, he perfected his skills by attending various seminars and finally in 1989, he decided to build his first salon at Quezon City, which would provide high-quality service at an affordable price. He never expected his salon to be a tremendous success, enough that he now has more than 100 operational branches, company-owned and franchised, and certainly made an impact to the bustling salon industry of the country.

David’s Salon has already garnered enough reputation in the beauty salon industry that makes it a safe and secure franchise. Aside from its popularity, it has a steady support system to make sure that you would not feel lost as a start-up franchisee of a beauty salon.

  • Supervisors makes sure that there are intermittent visits to various salon branches for an evaluation, which helps your store to improve and perform
  • The managers visiting your store would always be willing to help in any way they can
  • No need to worry about supplies, because the franchisor itself would handle the purchase and distributions of products to all the branches
  • Advertisements are also placed by the company itself

The management would also take charge of the design of the outlet that you would franchise, so all you got to do is find the perfect location, because they set criteria that you would have to meet.

  • Minimum space requirement of 70 square meters (or 10 working stations capacity)
  • 1 facial room
  • A stock room
  • A staff room.

It must also be located in a highly strategic area (visible) such as malls and commercial buildings because it would provide you with enough market for better business.

Additionally, all the staff of your franchised outlets is required to undergo training to make sure that you would provide only quality service.

David’s Salon Franchise Information

  • Php 1,000,000 to Php 1,500,000 total investment
  • Php 500,000 franchise fee

As of writing, David’s Salon has 37 company-owned operations and 150 franchised branches.

Contact Details

To learn more about the David’s Salon Franchise, contact them below:



Phone No.: (02)897-4247 to 51

Fax No.: (02)897-5190

Or you can personally visit them

Address: David’s Salons – Rever Training Center, 1251 Cardona St., Bgy. Poblacion, Makati City, Philippines

Tony and Jackey Salon

Tony and Jackey Salon

Glitters and eye liners. Well-choreographed moves and appealing music. Who else has all of those? The Koreans, of course!

Bangs: Tony & Jackey Salon has established its first salon back in 2001 in Remedios Street corner Guerrero Street Malate, Manila and with one simple aim: to bring home to the Koreans in the Philippines. With different hairstyles than the Filipino people, it is difficult for Koreans to achieve the look that they wanted so Tony and Jackey has tried to solve their problem. It started as a five-seated, one-shampoo station salon, but ever since the boom that is the Korean wave, Tony and Jackey Beauty Salon’s profits has boomed as well the Filipino people now wants a Korean hairstyle like their KPop idols, quickly making a name in the salon industry together with its arsenal of experienced hairstylists and high-quality service.

Tony and Jackey is now known for their hair perm, hair manicure, rebond, color, and affordable haircut that are innovative than other salons. It also offers other services such as nail manicure and pedicure, even foot spa.

Contact Details

Phone: (02) 526-1965 local 109

Fax: (02) 526-5816



Or you can personally visit them:

BANGS T&J CORPORATION, 2nd Floor ZEN Building 647 Nakpil Street, Malate, Manila, Philippines

Hair CUT Salon

Cut SalonCheap price, but priceless service? Say no more, because Hair CUT Salon is definitely meant for the majority of working Filipino masses who is looking for an affordable beauty salon to satisfy their needs.

Hair CUT is established in 2006 to give the Filipino people with just enough income with an incredibly perfect salon experience, which according to reviews sometimes makes them feel like they paid less than the hairstylists deserves! It sure knows how to balance getting the fashionista look with affordability.

So, if you are interested in franchising a beauty salon that is founded by Paulino Encarnacion Francisco who has been mentored by Jun Encarnacion himself, then Hair Cut is just the right one for you. After all, it is infamous for achieving the perfect Filipino look.

Hair CUT Salon Franchise Information

In order to know their franchise fee, they prefer a personal call, so that you can properly negotiate and come to an amicable agreement.

Franchise Inclusions:

  • Right to use the business name and trade mark.
  • Propriety marks
  • Site selection assistance and evaluation.
  • Training for franchise
  • Pre-opening assistance.
  • On- going operational support.

Space Requirements:  Minimum of 50 square meters.

Contact Details:
Phone: (02) 254-0239
Mobile: 09228121264

Or you can personally visit them:

2nd flr. Tutuban Centermall II, Tondo, Manila, Philippines

Orange Blush Salon

orange blush salon

Hanggang saan aabot ang 30,000 pesos mo? Well, with the right mindset and a little bit of luck on the side, it might just purchase you enough security for a lifetime and an entrance to the business world!

Enter up and coming entrepreneur Joby Linsangan-Moreno, who used her savings that amounted to 30,000 pesos to buy a business that ensures a bright future for her family. In 2003, a medical technology graduate, Joby, has acquired a beauty salon and named it Orange Blush Salon, which bloomed into a progressive business (with 15 branches now!) because she loves beauty care after being part of several  beauty pageants and modelling while at school.

In an interview from before, she revealed that a nearby salon from home is put up for sale for 16,000 pesos with the complete overturn of the business including the staffs and equipment, so armed with her 30,000 savings, she has given it a shot, and used her remaining 14,000 pesos to remodel the unit.

It has paid off more than she ever thought and now four of its 15 branches are franchises and she is looking to expand across the country! Like the old saying, the early bird catches the worm, go ahead and give Orange Blush Salon a shot before it become a sensation nationwide and become harder to franchise.

Orange Blush Salon Franchise Information

  • Initial Investment of 2M – 3M
    • Inclusive of Franchise Fee (P350,000)
    • Equipments and Interiors Construction cost
    • Initial Stocks of Chemicals
    • Training and Manpower
    • Marketing Assistance
    • Opening Assistance

Contact Details:

Phone: (02) 634-3717

Mobile: 0917-5664142; 0923-79777365


Facebook: orange blush salon


Ystilo Salon

Ystilo Salon Franchise Philippines

Ever wonder why Vina Morales has a bright and shiny hair? Well, maybe because she co-founded a salon in 1999 with friends Sheila and Federico Moreno, establishing Ystilo Salon with a heavily Spanish theme and set-up, emphasizing the Filipino’s history with Spain. For years, it has remain to flourish with several ad prints and celebrity endorsements, garnering enough popularity for it to open 24 branches nationwide!

One of the quirks of their salon is its strategic promo placements, which mostly happens in special occasions, such as a Christmas Special Promo which only amounted to 550 pesos, so the profit keeps going up as the Filipino people flock towards the salon to get their hands on the sale (which is definitely a Filipino culture) so you might want to check Ystilo Salon as your probable salon franchise.

Ystilo Salon’s Franchise Information

  • 3M, which includes the franchise rights, equipment and products, and a refundable 100,000 cash bond.
  • Staff training and advertisements are also handled by the Ystilo Management
  • There is a location criteria that must be met such as mall and roadside placement

Contact Details:

Phone: (02) 927-7532, (02) 415-0222, (02) 415-0944
Mobile: (63) 917-312-4210, (63) 922-854-8193

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  2. mario aquino says:

    how much total money do i need for franchising

  3. Geline Pacana says:

    Am interested in orange blush salon. How and where do I start?

  4. VIOLETA says:

    How much do I need to franchise saloon ystilo saloon

  5. Saru says:

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  6. Geline Pacana says:

    Interested in opening a salon here in Tagbilaran City or Panglao, Bohol.

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