It's a new year, a chance for a new start, and what better way to face it than with a brand-new look? Last November, I was invited to attend the launching of Liese Creamy Bubble Hair Color (BHC), the newest hair color product that is now made available in select Watson's stores nationwide. I have never heard of this Japanese hair coloring brand prior to the event, that's why I was flabbergasted when I learned that Liese is totally hassle-free and affordable because if I knew then, I would've saved myself from shelling out an obscene amount of money in salons. But like what they said, it's better late than never.

Anyway, ever since the event I've already been itching to try Liese but since I can't have my hair dyed as of the moment I asked one of my blogger besties instead. Luckily, she agreed! It's also a good time since she's always been wanting to switch up her look.


What I love most about Liese is that it can be easily done at the comfort of our homes. This is definitely perfect for Filipinas who are always on-the-go because the process is less-time consuming as compared to going to salons. So, if you're on the hunt for a great, convenient and affordable hair color product, continue reading through this post to know more about Liese Creamy BHC.


For only Php 449.00, inside Liese Bubble Hair Color box you will find: 
  • Solution 1
  • Solution 2
  • Foamer Cap
  • Gloves
  • Rinse-off Treatment 
  • Instruction Sheet


Believe it or not, with its advanced foam technology, Liese offers Filipinas an easier alternative that still results in even and vibrant colored hair in just three easy steps:


(1) Mix the formula (Solution 1 and Solution 2) in the bottle with the Foamer cap. 
Note: Don't forget to wear the gloves provided inside the box.



(2) Massage the solution into the hair. 
Note: Roots will need more time to process so start there first then slowly pull the color through the ends.



(3) Rinse the solution off after 30 minutes. 
Note: For better results, use the rinse-off treatment.


... and VIOLA!

Easy as ABC, right? So, why go to salons when we have a number of do-it-yourself options like this of Liese Creamy BHC! On Alejandrea's hair we used the Rose Tea Brown color, if you're wondering other color variants include: Raspberry Brown, Chestnut Brown, Milk Tea Brown, Milky Beige, and Marshmallow Brown. As compared to other hair coloring brand, my blogger bestie's hair remained soft and smooth and the color was evenly distributed on her hair! 

As Filipinas continue to find ways to express their individuality, Vibelle—Liese Creamy BHCs official Filipino distributor—will do its part in helping them achieve this noble goal. By bringing over this revolutionary Japanese brand to the country, the company is slowly changing how Filipinas view and practice beauty regimes.

With that, I'm sure you girls would also love to try this amazing hair coloring brand! Don't hesitate to share with me your Liese Creamy BHC experience on Twitter

Stay Sassy! 

NEW YEAR, NEW LOOK (LIESE CREAMY BUBBLE HAIR COLOR REVIEW)

9 January 2017


It's a new year, a chance for a new start, and what better way to face it than with a brand-new look? Last November, I was invited to attend the launching of Liese Creamy Bubble Hair Color (BHC), the newest hair color product that is now made available in select Watson's stores nationwide. I have never heard of this Japanese hair coloring brand prior to the event, that's why I was flabbergasted when I learned that Liese is totally hassle-free and affordable because if I knew then, I would've saved myself from shelling out an obscene amount of money in salons. But like what they said, it's better late than never.

Anyway, ever since the event I've already been itching to try Liese but since I can't have my hair dyed as of the moment I asked one of my blogger besties instead. Luckily, she agreed! It's also a good time since she's always been wanting to switch up her look.


What I love most about Liese is that it can be easily done at the comfort of our homes. This is definitely perfect for Filipinas who are always on-the-go because the process is less-time consuming as compared to going to salons. So, if you're on the hunt for a great, convenient and affordable hair color product, continue reading through this post to know more about Liese Creamy BHC.


For only Php 449.00, inside Liese Bubble Hair Color box you will find: 
  • Solution 1
  • Solution 2
  • Foamer Cap
  • Gloves
  • Rinse-off Treatment 
  • Instruction Sheet


Believe it or not, with its advanced foam technology, Liese offers Filipinas an easier alternative that still results in even and vibrant colored hair in just three easy steps:


(1) Mix the formula (Solution 1 and Solution 2) in the bottle with the Foamer cap. 
Note: Don't forget to wear the gloves provided inside the box.



(2) Massage the solution into the hair. 
Note: Roots will need more time to process so start there first then slowly pull the color through the ends.



(3) Rinse the solution off after 30 minutes. 
Note: For better results, use the rinse-off treatment.


... and VIOLA!

Easy as ABC, right? So, why go to salons when we have a number of do-it-yourself options like this of Liese Creamy BHC! On Alejandrea's hair we used the Rose Tea Brown color, if you're wondering other color variants include: Raspberry Brown, Chestnut Brown, Milk Tea Brown, Milky Beige, and Marshmallow Brown. As compared to other hair coloring brand, my blogger bestie's hair remained soft and smooth and the color was evenly distributed on her hair! 

As Filipinas continue to find ways to express their individuality, Vibelle—Liese Creamy BHCs official Filipino distributor—will do its part in helping them achieve this noble goal. By bringing over this revolutionary Japanese brand to the country, the company is slowly changing how Filipinas view and practice beauty regimes.

With that, I'm sure you girls would also love to try this amazing hair coloring brand! Don't hesitate to share with me your Liese Creamy BHC experience on Twitter

Stay Sassy! 




Sheer Clothing is, without a doubt, one of the most difficult pieces in our closet. Reveal too little and your look suddenly becomes less interesting, reveal too much and you'll get awkward stares from people. The thing about this type of clothing is it adds more Oomph to your look. But the question is, how does one wear sheer clothing without feeling overexposed? Sheer look can really work to your advantage if you're comfortable wearing a little more skin and if the occasion allows for it (take note of general lighting). In my case, I thought it would be more appropriate to layer this Embroidered Sheer Top with a strapless bra underneath. For the bottoms, I could either wear trousers or pants for a more conservative look but since I want something a little sexier and elegant at the same time, I matched it with this Pleated Skirt from Forever 21.

GET THE LOOK

Top  Galerie De Soso | Skirt  Forever 21 | Pointed Flat Shoes  Prada | Clutch  Buntal

What do you think of this outfit? Tweet me.

Stay Sassy! 

SHEER ELEGANCE

4 January 2017





Sheer Clothing is, without a doubt, one of the most difficult pieces in our closet. Reveal too little and your look suddenly becomes less interesting, reveal too much and you'll get awkward stares from people. The thing about this type of clothing is it adds more Oomph to your look. But the question is, how does one wear sheer clothing without feeling overexposed? Sheer look can really work to your advantage if you're comfortable wearing a little more skin and if the occasion allows for it (take note of general lighting). In my case, I thought it would be more appropriate to layer this Embroidered Sheer Top with a strapless bra underneath. For the bottoms, I could either wear trousers or pants for a more conservative look but since I want something a little sexier and elegant at the same time, I matched it with this Pleated Skirt from Forever 21.

GET THE LOOK

Top  Galerie De Soso | Skirt  Forever 21 | Pointed Flat Shoes  Prada | Clutch  Buntal

What do you think of this outfit? Tweet me.

Stay Sassy! 

These past few days I've been binge listening to Jason Mraz' album "Love is A Four Letter Word", and at my most vulnerable state, his song "Living in the Moment" came on shuffle. I'm at the point where I felt like everything was against me but instead of letting my emotions take control, I took a deep breath and smiled. As an emotional person, it's expected that I will really have a hard time dismissing these feelings, but Jason Mraz' song "Living in the Moment" slammed me back to reality. He's right, why worry about things that haven't happened yet? I realized if I keep allowing my worries to take over, I will only stagnate and it will only hinder me from appreciating the moment. The only way we can get through it is by allowing things to unfold as they should.


"I will not waste my days, 
making up all kinds of ways
To worry about all the things, 
that will not happen to me"

I'm always inspired by people who push through problems, overcome obstacles and find ways to manage difficulties that come their way. It's not easy and yet they learn to accept what is. For me, they are the true warriors of life. As the title of this blog post suggests, we will only become one if we stop worrying and start embracing the challenges that life throws at us. Whatever it is you're going through now, treat it as a learning experience and believe that it can always make you a better person. 


Like Joni Mitchell, Jason Mraz is one of the few talented artists I admire the most because of their incredible music and meaningful lyrics. With everything happening, his songs are like a sweet salve on the wound. If you're going through a tough time right now, may it be a heartbreak, rejection or loss of a loved one. It really helps to listen to some of his songs such as Living in The Moment, Frank D. Fixer and I Won't Give Up. Believe me, nothing will lift you up more than how Jason Mraz' heartfelt songs do.



GET THE LOOK:

Top  Trevise | Shorts  Forever 21 | Necklace  Stradivarius | Shoes  Parisian | Shades  Sunnies Studios

Now, let's talk about my #OOTD! These pictures were taken in Capitole de Toulouse in France and because of limited resources this is probably the closest I can get to pulling off the "warrior look". I decided to put aside my bohemian style for a while and went for a more edgy fashion. I guess, we can all agree on the fact that black will always be the edgiest color. Thus, I picked this sleeveless top I bought from a store in Glorietta and matched it with this metallic shorts. To top it off, I wore this 3 chain necklaces from my favorite store. So... what do you think of the combination? 

Before I end this post, I would like to express my sincere gratitude to everyone who's been messaging me about how my blog have inspired them - they are honestly the reason why I keep writing and doing what I love. 2017 will be the year when I'm going to focus on "The Sassy Theory" and hopefully inspire more people. *sniff* Anyway, don't hesitate to tweet or message me about the topic today! I would love to hear your thoughts :) 

Stay Strong and Sassy! 

BE A WARRIOR, NOT A WORRIER

2 January 2017


These past few days I've been binge listening to Jason Mraz' album "Love is A Four Letter Word", and at my most vulnerable state, his song "Living in the Moment" came on shuffle. I'm at the point where I felt like everything was against me but instead of letting my emotions take control, I took a deep breath and smiled. As an emotional person, it's expected that I will really have a hard time dismissing these feelings, but Jason Mraz' song "Living in the Moment" slammed me back to reality. He's right, why worry about things that haven't happened yet? I realized if I keep allowing my worries to take over, I will only stagnate and it will only hinder me from appreciating the moment. The only way we can get through it is by allowing things to unfold as they should.


"I will not waste my days, 
making up all kinds of ways
To worry about all the things, 
that will not happen to me"

I'm always inspired by people who push through problems, overcome obstacles and find ways to manage difficulties that come their way. It's not easy and yet they learn to accept what is. For me, they are the true warriors of life. As the title of this blog post suggests, we will only become one if we stop worrying and start embracing the challenges that life throws at us. Whatever it is you're going through now, treat it as a learning experience and believe that it can always make you a better person. 


Like Joni Mitchell, Jason Mraz is one of the few talented artists I admire the most because of their incredible music and meaningful lyrics. With everything happening, his songs are like a sweet salve on the wound. If you're going through a tough time right now, may it be a heartbreak, rejection or loss of a loved one. It really helps to listen to some of his songs such as Living in The Moment, Frank D. Fixer and I Won't Give Up. Believe me, nothing will lift you up more than how Jason Mraz' heartfelt songs do.



GET THE LOOK:

Top  Trevise | Shorts  Forever 21 | Necklace  Stradivarius | Shoes  Parisian | Shades  Sunnies Studios

Now, let's talk about my #OOTD! These pictures were taken in Capitole de Toulouse in France and because of limited resources this is probably the closest I can get to pulling off the "warrior look". I decided to put aside my bohemian style for a while and went for a more edgy fashion. I guess, we can all agree on the fact that black will always be the edgiest color. Thus, I picked this sleeveless top I bought from a store in Glorietta and matched it with this metallic shorts. To top it off, I wore this 3 chain necklaces from my favorite store. So... what do you think of the combination? 

Before I end this post, I would like to express my sincere gratitude to everyone who's been messaging me about how my blog have inspired them - they are honestly the reason why I keep writing and doing what I love. 2017 will be the year when I'm going to focus on "The Sassy Theory" and hopefully inspire more people. *sniff* Anyway, don't hesitate to tweet or message me about the topic today! I would love to hear your thoughts :) 

Stay Strong and Sassy! 

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