Piandre was founded by Rosalinda "Linda" Zamora Francisco in 1987. She channeled the popularity of high-end salons back then (also known as "beauty parlors"). LZF's values-based approach to management has allowed for growth, including the establishment of a salon cooperative. LZF, the CEO of Piandre Salon Chain, launched Sharing the Hundredfold to celebrate the salon chain's thirty-year success. This series of projects aims to increase the earnings of its employees and make contributions to institutions. Last year, her main goal was to grant the first Piandre franchise at the Piandre Salon Multipurpose Cooperative Inc., the newest Piandre Salon in U.P. Town Center.
The U.P. The 300-member cooperative owns the Town Center branch of Piandre. In Quezon City, 1995 saw the opening of the first Piandre salon owned by a co-op. It was located on Del Monte Avenue. LZF contributed capital that cost less than one million pesos. The co-op gradually paid it off. This 100m2 branch, which is two stories tall, is one of the most profitable among Piandre branches.