Thursday, 27 September 2012
Since I'm too busy with a lot of things, I would always prefer less manageable hair--for ladies with long hair like me, who doesn't? I had my hair rebonded yearly but I noticed that 10 months after, my hair gets dry and frizzy. My hair strands have gone a lot thinner and damaged. While browsing this Group Buying site, I often read about the Keratin treatment offered by various Salon. Then I wonder what Keratin does to your hair.. I've read this treatment replenishes lost Keratin to your hair, protein that makes your hair shiny and healthy. In short, I bought 1 voucher online to have it try personally. Knowing David Salon for their services, I expected that it will be worth trying.
I had my hair done at David Salon, Wilson branch. I went to Promenade building in Greenhills where the salon is located, as stated on the voucher. Apparently I've been in the wrong street and building. It's the other Wilson Street and Promenade building across Greenhills in which you have to take a taxi or multicab for you to get there, if you're a commuter. The location is not that accessible. I'm not very particular with the appearance of the Salon as long as it's not too crowded, airconditioned and have well trained staffs. Fortunately it didn't took that long for them to assist me since it was 10am in the morning and we were only three customers that time. At first, the staff who's in-charge of me washed and shampoo my hair. The process is like having a cellophane treatment. After she comb my wet hair she applied the Keratin treatment, then have it plastic wrap.
She leave me for about an hour. Afterwards she washed it again then blow dry. She didn't offer me any other services, which is I like because the customer chooses the services they want to prior to their plan of going to the salons or else you will be force to resist their offer which is I hate to do.
After the treatment --TA DA!!!
Looks great that day but after I've washed my hair the following day, it seems that I haven't had a hair treatment at all. :(
Will I go back? Definitely NOT. Maybe I'll have a hair cellophane instead.
Monday, 2 July 2012
Known as the "Summer Capital of the Philippines" because of its cool climate, tropical pine forest, orchids and mossy plants. Baguio derived its name from the word "bagiw" in Ibaloi (language in Benguet Region) which means "moss".
Here are some of Baguio City popular tourist attraction:
We're so lucky to be there before the Panagbenga "Flower Festival" that we've got the chance to see
some of the entries for the floral-themed park landscape. Some of which I've took the photos. :)
We had our lunch at Beggang Resto Grill infront of Burnham Park. It's a cozy place with an interior painted
with pastel colors that match the summer looking ambiance of the city. The staffs are very accommodating
and the food is good at a reasonable price.
How can I forget Kennon Road which is one of the three major access road from Manila to Baguio.
The official summer residence of the President of the Philippines.
Thursday, 28 June 2012
Google Announced release of Nexus 7 Tablet
Good news! Google announced the release of new Nexus 7 tablet that comes with the latest version of Android OS "Jelly Bean". Earlier version of Android is "Honeycomb" then "Ice Cream Sandwich" now 4.1 "Jelly Bean". Developments made for this newest version of Android includes zero lag shutter for the default camera and Customizable notification tab. Jelly beans does "triple buffering" in which it makes the graphics processing faster. Another great news about this product is that it only cost $199(VAT ex), one of the most affordable entry-level Tablet yet to be release by July this year -- but no specific date right now as to when this will be release here in the Philippines. Speaking of most affordable gadget, I almost get hook up by Apple Ipad 2 (wifi only) and Amazon's Kindle Fire tablet which dominated all the Tablet market for the past few years.
Nice to have!! ^_^
Anyway, here's the Nexus 7 Product Specs:
Excellent job for Google, right?! :)
Thursday, 7 June 2012
Perky Little Things is a personal blog about Jovy's own perception of chirpy yet amazing and distinct life we have. Tracks of the author's journey, aspirations, interests and everything under the sun. It started recently (June 2012) that it suddenly came up in her thoughts the idea of creating her own public diary.