Showing posts from March, 2017

Hair dyeing at Toni & Guy!

It's really been a while since I have written anything (the pity one post last month). One reason was because I had been cooping in my house "preparing" for my final examination, resulting in me not going anywhere, doing anything or eating any nice food (being extreme for once). I thought, since this is the last paper for professional level, I'd go all out and play to my heart content later. 
Anyway, the final this time wasn't bright at all. The chance of passing isn't high. Arggghhh, let's just stop being so negative!! It's just another exam if I fail anyway~ 
Right after my finals, I had my hair highlighted at Toni & Guy in Bangsar. It was my first hair dye in a salon and I thought of remembering it this way.
My sister and I went for dyeing together. It was done by the apprentices in the salon. As they are still hair stylist-in-learning, the process was unexpectedly long. The consultation alone took about an hour and it included assessing our h…

7 little things that I missed about Korea


It's been exactly a year since I came back from Korea. Not once have I forgotten about the beautiful, fun and cold days in Korea. Looking back, I realised that I have not written a summarised version of my journey. So, here's a list of the things that I missed so so much about Korea (It came out to have a few comparison of (something) between Korea and Malaysia).

1. The fresh, cold and clear weather
I remembered when I left for Korea, the air in Malaysia wasn't at its best, especially around my area where people still practice open burning (I supposed illegally). So, it made a huge difference when I first arrived in Korea.

As I stepped out of the train on the first day I arrived in Korea, I remembered the fresh cold air. It feels like it's been a while since I breathe in fresh air. The air when I went for a short trail hike in Ansan Jarak-gil, was especially fresh.  😌😋

Every time I leave the guesthouse, the first thing I would do was to look up the sky and …