LOLANE Hair Color Review

I love going to the salon to get my hair done. It makes me feel pampered and pretty. For the past 5 years, I’ve been going to the salon for hair color and treatment. However, during my weekly grocery, I stumbled upon the hair care section and saw the LOLANE hair coloring kit.

I was initially looking at other brands that are more popular such as L’Oreal and Revlon but I felt that the color choices available were too similar to my current hair color which is brown. Next to these two popular products was the brand LOLANE. I wasn’t familiar with the brand name but the color options piqued my interest.

I decided to go for the Ash Green Blonde color. I’ve never used any color with a tint of green. I wanted to be different this time because I was already getting bored with the usual brown color tone that I’ve always had. I was actually excited to try this new product from Thailand.

I googled it and found some good reviews. I liked it because it was specially made for Asian hair, unlike other international brands. As soon as I got home, I immediately unboxed the kit and prepared the materials and ingredients.

The kit comes with a color, cream, treatment, brush, plastic gloves, and plastic cover. The first step I did was mix the color and cream in the tray. Then I brushed the mixed colorant evenly on my hair. I had to do it alone because there was no one available to assist me.

Good thing, it was easy to apply. I combed my hair to make sure the color spread evenly and let it sit for 30 minutes. After rinsing the color off, I applied the treatment and washed my hair. I was pleased with the result.

It wasn’t as light as I expected but the color was just right. If you want to color your hair but don’t have the budget for salon treatment, I suggest you try LOLANE instead. It’s affordable and effective.

UPTC’s Sushi Nori: Hot or Not?

On a fine, hot Manila day, my friends and I decided to go to UP Town Center in Katipunan Avenue for some quality time. While scrounging for new places to eat at, we spotted Sushi Nori from afar. My friends and I were egged to try since we had heard raving reviews about the place and how they were serving the recent fad in Manila: Pokebowls.

Now, on to the first impressions: we were honestly taken aback by how small the place was. It was almost as if the owner was actively trying to stop people from eating inside. It was so tight, and considering how their reviews have been pretty decent, the place was pretty full too.

That said, I was determined to not let the tight space get to me. My friends and I were forced to sit outside, albeit not wanting to, because of the very limited seating space inside. Although I cannot stress enough how small the room felt, it was still pretty convenient since their food came out pretty fast and the place had a certain on-the-go vibe to it.

When the buzzer came a-buzzin’ and we finally got our food, I was already on the edge of my seat, nearly fainting from excitement. I got the salmon bowl and I couldn’t help but feel like the place was just a tad bit too overrated for my liking. The food was pretty meh, and the price is kind of high for a place that they say has “budget sushi.”

The Pokebowl that I got was, at best, a 6.8/10 for me. That, coupled with the tight space, gives me enough reason to not go back there, and voluntarily hand my money over. Don’t get me wrong! The other customers seemed to like it, but for me and my friends? It’s a “meh” for us.

A Review of John’s Hammock in Tagaytay

Tagaytay has always been the most probable answer for any of those who, like me, constantly yearn for an out-of-town detox trip, away from the hustle and the bustle that is Metro Manila.

For those who crave for the crisp Tagaytay yet, don’t want the business of its streets and countless tourists who flock to Tagaytay on holidays, John’s Hammock would be the most suitable place for you and whoever you’re planning the trip with.

It is conveniently located inside the city, but minus the busyness. My brother, a huge fan of airbnb.com, found it on the site and immediately reserved the place, seeing as the price was pretty reasonable for the place– cheap, almost. So when my brother, and his friends, and I visited, we were taken aback at how beautiful and scenic the place was.

Right by the main door, a beautiful hammock is strategically placed in the middle of a platform, surrounded by water, with koi’s happily swimming in it. Once inside, you could see the uniquely designed place, with the common area right in front of the main door, and behind it, the modern kitchen.

It was beautifully decorated, with a huge teddy bear on the second floor watching over everyone in the living room, and guitars, which you can actually borrow, artistically lined up on the wall. According to the owner, presumably John, they decorated the whole place themselves, using only spare tools, tiles, tubes and such to build John’s Hammock.

The couple who owned the place was kind enough to give us the grand tour of the place when we got there. The house has four uniquely designed bedrooms and three bathrooms. They apparently grew their own coffee beans and were generous enough to leave some out for us for our stay.

The host and hostess and sincerely the ones with the mostest and we severely enjoyed our lovely stay in their humble abode, and if it’s any consolation, the place is also pet-friendly!

Glamping Review at Playa Calatagan

Glamping or glamorous camping is trying to take over the travel industry by storm. It’s quickly becoming competitive in terms of budget accommodation. In fact, there are a lot of beach resorts around the Philippines that are adapting to this trend and are now offering glamping accommodations as an alternative to the traditional tent or room.

This sparked my interest and curiosity which eventually led me and a couple of my travel buddies to check it out at Casa Antonio’s in Playa Calatagan, Batangas. This place is a private residential beach property that offers glamping packages to tourists. A friend highly recommended this venue.

Our overnight package included lunch, dinner, and breakfast along with a tent and mattresses. There were five of us and we all stayed in one big tent. They can set up a tent that can accommodate the number of people in your group. The tent beside us was huge because they had a big group.

The accommodation was comfortable, especially since we were sleeping in a mattress which made a huge difference. I’ve tried camping a couple of times and although I find it fun, my back seems to always complain.

One thing I love about sleeping in a tent is that during night-time, you’ll able to see the stars clearly. We were lucky enough to see so many stars in the sky.

When it comes to amenities, we had free access to the swimming pool. I was really pleased with the pool because it was clean and the layout was really nice since it was designed like a river. Plus, they even have a bar by the pool. The shower rooms were also very clean.

As for the other activities, you can play beach volleyball or just chill and rent a gazebo by the beach. I loved the texture of the sand and the clearness of the water. Overall, I’d give this trip a rate of 8.5 with 10 being the highest. It was a great experience and I am already thinking of going back again soon.

A Review of Calmoseptine Ointment

I first heard about Calmoseptine Ointment from my kid’s pediatrician. She recommended it to prevent diaper rashes. Previously, I used petroleum jelly. But when I remove the diaper, I see that the baby’s skin is red. I can only imagine how uncomfortable that feels. Calmoseptine ointment seems effective because my baby’s skin didn’t turn red even after wearing a diaper for a long time. I rub Calmoseptine on the skin for every diaper change.

This ointment comes in a small sachet. It says on the label that it is a multi-purpose moisture barrier ointment. It also helps promote healing of skin irritations from various causes such as: urine, diarrhea, perspiration, and prickly heat.

I myself have tried Calmoseptine for my prickly heat (or bungang araw). When I applied the ointment to the affected part, the ointment gave a somewhat cooling effect which alleviated the pain. The prickly heat was healed in two days. I’m sure it would have healed earlier, but the affected area is near my elbow where the sweat converges. This is proven when my kid had prickly heat on his back. He was cured the next day. He no longer complains of the itch, and there were no more small red marks on his back. My sister also said that it is effective in curing insect bites.

A sachet of Calmoseptine ointment can be used by children and adults. One sachet can last about a week, but it depends on how many people uses it. I only use a thin film for diaper change and prickly heat, so I extend the use to about two weeks. Even if there are no more children in a household, Calmoseptine would still be useful. Because we live in a tropical country, we are prone to experiencing various skin irritations.

Try it now. I used to buy Calmoseptine at Mercury Drug for P37 per sachet. But I discovered that it is P1 cheaper in The Generics Pharmacy.

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