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AFK*wipes off cobwebs* Hello hello, I’m back. My daughter was rushed to the hospital last Thursday for pneumonia. She was admitted immediately and ugh, it just broke my heart seeing my daughter in pain (headaches, throat infections, etc). We stayed for three days and only got out last Saturday night. She was a major trooper with the needles and IVs though, only flinching at the prick. Still, it made me feel so weak seeing her not at her usual cheerful and vivacious self. So weak, in fact, that I also caught an infection myself making things worse. I couldn’t stand up from the bed and move around when the little one is bored from lying in bed watching Hi5 reruns all day. Lesson learned: always take your vitamins.
Stresses on Them TressesBefore I get on with the usual makeup hulabaloo, I just want to share what I finally did with my hair after all the drama~~ I started and continued mulling over in the past months. Well — I FINALLY CHOPPED IT OFF! It took a number of stressful situations to give me the final push I needed. I know people say that you shouldn’t cut your hair when you’re sad or mad, but I never listened to that advice. A haircut always always makes me feel a whole lot better. Of course, the secret to not being disappointed is that I don’t just go to any hairstylist for it. Ever since my first Park Jun experience, I’ve never strayed from Kino Lee who I trust with all my head of hair (split ends included).
X INCHES GONEI don’t exactly know how many inches were cut off (and I didn’t want to know) because. I only said that I wanted a shorter cut that isn’t too short that I’d be up all night crying about it. I hate wispy cuts because they accentuate split ends, which is why I’m amazed that Kino didn’t even suggest it and went for a blunt cut instead. I’ve encountered so many hairdressers before insisting on wispy layers even if they know my hair is dry and prone to split ends (which is why I never saw them again). So though I think I look better with longer hair — I feel much lighter and more comfortable with this style of cut. Also, it’s so much easier to manage! My long hair then was just always tied up in a pony or a bun because I have no time to heat style it. Here’s a photo of my hair a few days after my haircut to show how it looks with minimal styling (only hand-dried with ends curled inwards using a flat iron).
Kino LeeIf you’re looking for a cut, I have nothing but praises for my Korean hairstylist of choice, Kino Lee. Do note that this is not a sponsored or a complimentary post. After my first experience (which was the complimentary one), I’ve decided to stick to Park Jun for my hair styling needs and so after my first, I’ve been a 100% paying customer. No regrets, because I’d rather pay than cry my eyes out at night over a botched job that was free (cue in horrible experience here that I shall not name anymore). Because of that incident and being overcome with the realization that I have attachment and OC-ness issues regarding my hair, I’ve elevated my relationship with my hairdresser to “sacred” level (dramatic, I know).
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