Saturday, May 20, 2017


Grad-night Party with my Cali Gals - celebrating 4 years of giggles 
May's been a pretty fruitful – especially now that school is over and all *YES! 4 years in uni, finally concludes my 16 years in our local education system! Every local student would be able to identify immediately with the trying times (read: dark years) we share – hectic schedules, late nights, occasionally sprinkled with happier giggle-filled moments. You could describe those 16 years juggling school, work, and frequently-changing priorities with one word – “busy”. Yet this, I know, has a very different description of the “busy” fully-adulted Singaporeans would be familiar with. Time is something which I think we learn to use better as we age. And I’d still like to believe, as I have through the years, that busy is always good :)

Dress | Love, Bonito
Hair | KENJO Salon
Shoes | Stuart Weitzman
Work-wise, I've had a few interesting shoots this month – including one which involved a human-flatlay! Either way, while it’s fun to get dolled up with different hair and make up, and try looks I’d never otherwise know or think about trying, the end-effects do have an accumulative negative effect on my hair. You name it, my hair’s been through it – teased, Mohawk, crimped, curled, straightened, bleached, back-combed double over – sometimes a combination of the above, in one sitting! I like to drop by trusty Kenjo Salon to fix me when things get out of hand.

A month ago, we did the Tokyo Inkarami Treatment which had splendid results but this round, we switched things up by alternating with the good ol' Mucota Scena Plus treatment.

Throwback to when things got steamy!
What's more - I had Richard Branson's 'The Virgin Way' - for company, before walking out with a big blowout ;) 

MUCOTA Scena Plus Treatment
The Mucota Scena Plus treatment aims to invigorate your hair follicles and give you the dream hair you’ve always seen in the gloss. Be prepared for things to get steamy – powered by nano technology, this steam-gun goes all over your crowning glory for more effective absorption of the Mucota serum. The main benefit of this is that it doesn’t just soften everything for a silky finish – the technology restores and protects the hair by replacing nutrients our hair lacks. So imagine your dried hair stands, thirsty and just waiting to absorb all that Mucota goodness. The three steps go like this:
1.           Adel: Moisture
2.           Brava: Intensive Hair Repair
3.           Calore: Lustre Protection and Seal
(Nuff said, hey?) You can only imagine the immense happiness I had when I’d an early call-time the next day for a photoshoot; and the last thing I’d want was to present myself with lousy dried tired hair. This treatment definitely saved the day (read: the shoot). Can’t wait for you to read all about it – I’ll keep you posted <3
Hair-raising Experience? Justin didn't look too pleased - so I decided to cheer him up. (See next pic)
Now, no-BUNNY's got time for being anything but happy!
Here's a happy Super-Stylist Justin who'll fix you up.
In the meantime, don’t wait any longer – get in touch with Kenjo Salon, book an appointment with Senior Stylist Justin T and be the happy girl or boy you know you should be! Tell the good folks at Kenjo that we’re buddies and enjoy 15% off services. 

More about Kenjo Salon
Situated on the 4th floor of the new-wing of Plaza Singapura, Kenjo Salon immediately stands out with its brightly-lit space, sleek and modern ambience. The team at Kenjo consists local as well as Korean stylists. 

“At Kenjo salon, our team of expert professionals and dedicated staff will strive to provide the highest level of professionalism to each and every client.”

Trust and long-lasting friendship is at the heart of Kenjo’s outlook. 

Get in touch with them for your next hair appointment – tell them I sent you and enjoy 15% off services. 

Share your own MUCOTA x KENJO SALON experience with me, I’m waiting to hear it!

Contact Info
68 Orchard Road
Phone: 6238 8083
Plaza Singapura (New Wing)
Singapore 238839

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