It’s a Monday once again! Time to start the daily grind and be productive once again! I felt like the weekend just breezed by me and that I need one more day between Saturday and Sunday to laze around and do my other things that need attending to like updating my blog. 🙂 hehe. Guess I just need to master the art of time management really well. :)
Anyway, the past few weeks had been a blur of activities for me from reading self help books to meeting up with my friends who will be my future business partners in this new endavor that we are about to undertake to working at my day job from Monday to Friday. There just never seems enough time. 😦 But despite my schedule being loaded I have to manage to find time to touch up on my roots and get my much needed facial since you should never forget to pamper yourself once in a while.
I believe that as women our crowning glory is of course our hair. Sometimes just the right color and the right cut would do wonders on how you look. It can accentuate your features and make you look like you just came out from a magazine cover or it can also make you look like a rag doll with unkempt shaggy hair if not done right.
However with our busy schedules who has the time to go to salons nowadays right? Especially when you think that everything has been going on haywire as of late. But of course, we could not discount the fact that truly getting the right treatment for our manes can do wonders for us. Even as a kid I have been quite experimental with my hair trying out various colors like red, ash blonde, going pitch black and mahogany brown trying to find the color which would suit me the best and accentuate my features all the more. Of course, the thought of coloring my hair blue,pink or green also crossed my mind before but to not freak my Mother or my Grandmother out I opted to just stay with the basics. 🙂
As time progressed eventually, my strands became dry, brittle and all the more damaged due to the constant treatments. So I had to resort to having these monthly hair spa and hot oil sessions from my salon to mend my brittle hair strands and bring it back to life hoping that somehow it would do my hair wonders. I have long searched for a hair treatment which would rejuvenate my strands and bring back its natural shine lost by the constant treatments, coloring and ironing that my hair suffers on a regular basis. I have also heard of the treatment called “Brazilian Blowout” from a friend before but decided not to pursue it due to the hefty price tag that came along with it.
So when my blogger friend Michelle from Rockstarmomma messaged me about this new concept salon along the confines of Congressional Avenue who specializes on treatments like these I just knew in my heart that I could not pass up this chance. So after having lunch with my family, I drove to check out this newly opened joint 🙂
As we all know our hair is every girl’s crowning glory right? Sometimes whenever I lack the time to comb through my stands after I came from the shower and I am rushing to go to an event or to work my friends would comment “Mahangin ba sa labas?” wherein they would point to my unkempt mane and motion for me to comb it carefully once again 🙂
To be honest, I have already tried various shades on my hair but not too extreme though or else my Mom would reprimand me and maybe send me out of the house until I change it back to something more natural looking say maybe blue? or purple?. Haha. Kidding. But yeah I have already tried a lot of colors guess I love experimenting on which would look good on me. From brown, to ash blonde, to ruby red, to jet black I have tried to find the perfect match for my yellow tinged Asian skin tone 🙂 Any suggestions for my next hair color and style? 🙂
They say that with age comes wisdom, but does it really have to come with white/ grey hair too? I beg to differ! 🙂
Good thing it won’t be an issue anymore with this new product in the market.
Banish gray hair with regular use of Kolganic Henna Hair Color
The quest for beauty is no longer an issue of vanity, but one of self-esteem. With the challenges at the workplace and the demands at home, it is not surprising that stress takes a toll on the way we look.