I have short hair and so I tend to visit my hairstylist pretty frequently. However, I usually go to him every two to three months. Depending on the haircut he has given me, my bangs or fringe sometimes grow too fast and I find myself having to visit him after just a month even though the rest of the hair looks fine. But since his charges aren’t that cheap, I usually drag it out much longer. And sometimes, when it gets all unbearable, I’ll trim my own fringe.
Recently, I had an unpleasant experience purchasing from a local online store specializing in snail cream. What happened was that I’ve placed an order after seeing their advertisement on Facebook almost a month ago and till today, have yet to receive my item. Well, they did send me something but it was a miserable piece of mask that costs a couple of dollars and not my actual order. And no one in the company bothered to reply me when I queried them about it various times. It was only when I threatened to file a police report that I received a tardy, half-hearted response and even then, they did not take any action. I had to threaten them the second time before they committed on email to send me my item. But I still haven’t receive the item and I’m prepared to file a report if nothing comes by this week.
Wouldn’t it be nice if we all can have a shampoo station right at home? That’s such a nice idea isn’t it? And if you can get some help to wash your hair from the back of the station, that’s such a luxury! But even if you can’t get help, it is still possible to shampoo your hair on your own, as long as you can reach out for the shower head. Okay, enough of wishful thinking there but I reckon having a shampoo station is probably the best way to wash my hair daily because it appears that I’ve not been washing my hair the correct way, according to shampoo tips I’ve gleaned from a Chinese magazine.
Recently, I was invited to go for a special treatment, which is supposed to flush out the toxins in the fatty tissues of the breasts using a combination of products and massages. Part of the objective is to keep the bosom healthy, and part of it is to boost them. Of course the therapist who will be providing the treatment is a female but I was quite uncomfortable with the idea. I think I might have gone for spa treatments involving body wraps and so I’m not that shy about having another woman see or touch my body but this is something else altogether as the focus is obviously on one particular area mostly, for a prolonged period.