Random: Christmas @ PH (Days 1 and 2)

Yessszzzz to week-long vacation! It’s a bit short so I’m making the most out of my 7 days of stay here. But I’m still thankful. I missed my family and my dogs so much and seeing them again makes me very happy. Actually, it should be 8 days instead of 7 but due to my stupidity and forgetfulness (I didn’t double check my ticket,FYI) so I ended up arriving at the airport at 1:30 PM instead of 1:30 AM and missed the flight. Hahaha! 🙂

So to share with you, here are some of the things I have in mind that I need to accomplish during my week of stay here.

  • Hair Color/Treatment
  • Facial
  • Eyebrow Threading
  • Foot Spa w/ Pedicure
  • Manicure
  • Shopping for new office clothes
  • Shopping for new casual clothes
  • Body Massage w/ Body Scrub
  • Eat, Eat and Eat

So for the 1st 2 days, I was able to accomplish 6/9. Not bad! I had my hair treatment and color at David’s Salon at Trinoma with my Mom. She’s the first person that came into my mind when I started planning this homecoming trip. And I’m happy that she enjoyed our kikay bonding session together. 🙂 I had Cellophane treatment and had my hair colored too. I chose a red shade because I’ve never tried it before – for a change. I’m closed to being called a ‘Brunette’, Hahaha!

Hair Treatment

I also had my facial done. I really miss my monthly facial sessions in the PH. Facial treatments in SG are a luxury, a session’s worth is equal to 3 sessions in Let’s Face It or Flawless. So the facial attendant is really enjoying her time digging into my face and meanwhile, I’m in tears due to the intense pain because 2-months worth of bacteria were being removed from my face. As a consolation, I enjoyed the post treatment cold mask they applied on my face. Aaaaaaaahhhhh…

Facial Treatment

I had eyebrow threading too after the facial session. Well, if you ask me what it feels like, it’s painful – I swear. I’m used to the old method of shaving when shaping the eyebrows. But the advantage of threading is that, hair tends to grow slower and it’s cleaner because fine hairs were removed as well.As the old adage goes, “It’s Painful to be Beautiful” (literally and financially) 🙂

For the 2nd day, I had manicure and pedicure with foot spa. It’s nice to pamper yourself once in a while as a reward for working so hard. I had the worst looking nails in the world. I’m guilty of this bad habit of peeling the skin or cuticle of my fingernails until they bleed. So I want my fingernails to be fixed, asap. As for the feet, the last time I had my pedicure was 2 months ago at Lucky Plaza and I can now see the nail polish almost half way done over my toenails – indication that I badly need a pedicure. I love foot spa too since it removes the dead skin cells and callous plus they also massage your feet and legs. Aaaaaaahhhhhhhh again.


Foot Spa’d and newly Pedicured

I shopped for some new clothes because I want to be experimental in my look this coming new year. Less of the “t-shirts/jeans” type of girl. Yesssszzz to new changes. 🙂

P.S: I’m just excited and happy for this 1wk vacation, so please bear with me when I post well documented crazy pics of myself. hahaha Finished product coming soon!=)