MCO2.0 which started at the beginning of the year since 13th Jan 2021 has left many businesses unable to resume operations. The extension till 4th March 2021 made a drastic impact to many companies. We are hopeful with Malaysia receiving its first round of Covid-19 vaccination at beginning of March 2021 and where less positive cases are now reported each day.
With the Malaysian government relaxing it’s current state to CMCO, we are careful in reopening our doors again to our customers for hair care and treatment. Do be rest assured that our team are following strict hygiene care on our tools and equipment. Our combs and brushes are properly washed, cleaned and sanitized each time of use. We follow the proper SOPs set by the government and we do hope you do the same as when you visit us; scan the MySejahtera app or leave your name and contact number as you enter, and have your temperature scanned. We would like to ensure a safe environment for both, you and for our staffs.
Thank you for your kind support. If you are new to Enliven Hair Care, our first trial still remains at an affordable RM38. Please contact us to make an appointment with us. We look forward to seeing you soon at our branch.
On 5th Mar, we all came from near and far (Penang, Klang Valley, Johor and Singapore) to gather and learn on new techniques and skills. It was also a time for us to let our hair down and some fun.
By April 2018, we would be more than 30 branches strong throughout the Malaysia (Johor, Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Penang) and Singapore. For the full list of our branches and contact details, please head over to Contact. We are thankful for our customer’s support for believing in us and persevered to see new hair results. 非常感谢与感恩Enliven Hair Care在不到两年的时间里陆续的扩展神速，接下来公司会继续不断的为需要的人群服务. 有您的支持是公司的力量.
Back in the days, women had to appear proper to be seen in public. The hair was normally pinned up or bunned up to appear neat and tidy. It was only let down when they were at home in private, mainly for brushing or washing. The term used for this at the time was dishevelling. The first reference to this is John Cotgrave’s The English Treasure Of Wit and Language, 1655; “Descheveler, to discheuell; to pull the haire about the eares”.
Today it just means let loose and be yourself. Have a great Friday!