My Wink* Laser Experience
Most bloggers tend to write about their experience after one session. Though one session is enough for readers to try a brand’s service, a single treatment does not define its effectivity. I don’t want to that kind of blogger, so I really took my time — after consuming four treatment sessions — before finally writing about my Wink Laser & Wax Studio Experience!
Musicians Go Solo: We Can’t Be, Señora
About two weeks ago, the team behind Balut Radio, an Internet music radio station, invited Anna, JP and I to interview two musicians who are creating ruckus in the local music industry: Basti Artadi and Krissy Villongco.
The Monday Grace #10
I know I haven’t been blogging lately, but a lot has happened — both good and bad. But I know, things will be better from now on. Slowly, but surely.
- A year of travel and spontaneous adventures.
- Discovering true independence.
- Reconnecting with old friends and fostering new friendships.
- Trying out our new blender!
- To color my hair on a whim. Hello mint green hair!
- Kisses on the forehead. <3
- Spending some quality time with myself.
- People grow. People change.
- A supportive boyfriend who will always be there for me. :)
- Today. A lot of good things has happened today.
Hair Chameleon: Mint Green
Going mint green, without having any idea if it’ll suit me, is a pretty risky move. Green is not a color for everyone, I believe. But since almost everyone is sporting pink or blue hair, I wanted to be different. And I’m glad because it turned out great. I love it!
How To Achieve Mint Green:
I used Manic Panic Atomic Turquoise (Amplified) mixed with tons of conditioner, particularly the green bottle from Dove. It works best if your hair is in a pale yellow shade.
This photo was taken in Macau, by the way. JP’s family and I were visiting the house-museums in Taipa Village and all of them are painted mint green. JP thought it’d be really cool to have a photo against the wall. It’s currently my favorite portraiture of myself.
Hair Care Diaries: Blonde Essentials
One of the most common remarks I get in person is how healthy my blonde hair is. When you go blonde, your hair will experience irrevocable damage — something a lot of people would expect to see when I go out of the house. Nothing in this world can really save chemically-treated hair, unless you cut it, but finding the right products can help minimize the appearance of the damage. And after countless of hours researching and trying different products, I’m lucky that I have found my essentials.