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I have a confession to make: I’m a hair product junkie.
Since my hair went through a lot of damage in 2012 — and I haven’t even had to bleach the whole head yet! — I made a point to really invest in hair products and tools. I did a lot of research just to find the right product for me, including the ingredients I should avoid and not to avoid, and so on. Since February last year, I’ve tried at least six brands or products to fix the irrevocable damage I have done to my hair.
Here’s are the list of products I‘ve tried last year:
A few weeks ago, I had the wonderful chance to catch up with my former colleague and good friend, Shara. Shara was my closest friend at HSBC. I remember how much crying and life sessions we have at the office, talking about the people who doesn’t love us (We’ve moved on) and that officemate who is constantly giving me the evil eye (We all assumed she’s into the guy I like and she’s just jealous).
One of the things we talked about was the hotels in Singapore, particularly Marina Bay Sands. Aside from the Merlion and Flyer, this hotel is one of the latest trademark of the country. We exchanged dreams of checking in at Marina Bay for even a night (Discounted Rate: Deluxe Room for USD 298/night, from Agoda).
I then confessed that I’m not really interested in checking in at Marina Bay. I’d rather stay at Ritz Carlton Millenia. Why, you ask?
Play A Game, Save The Sea
EnviroPop is a wonderful collaboration between the World Wide Fun for Nature (WWF-Philippines) and AppLabs Digital Studios. The primary aim of this application is to spread awareness on how to minimize threats to marine life. The gameplay is quite simple: for one whole minute game, you need to tap three or more of the same group of hazardous threat (cyanide, plastic bottles, dynamite, oil cans, and trawl net). The more you tap, the higher your score is. A cute time buster app.
Now, here comes the interesting part: the cause. For the amount of $0.99/PHP40, you get to help my friends under the sea. All proceeds of this app go directly to the WWF-Philippines’ Marine Conservation Programs! PHP 40 is not a lot. It’s worth one Cheeseburger at McDonald’s and although that tastes really yummy, that thing makes you fat and lazy! This one is PHP 40 and you’ll even feel good about yourself for helping Mother Earth! :P