Tuesday, February 23, 2010


Is choosing the right haircut or hairstyle your dilemma? Do you want to look trendy but don't know how you're going to do it? Do you want an artistic curls or any kind of digiperm? Or simply want a new look and have a makeover?

Oh well, here's the solution to your problem. Go to Be@utybrick located at 122 Jupiter St. Doña Consolacion Building, Makati City, beside Red Ribbon bakeshop. Mr. Gi Jin Shin, the stylist and the owner, is a very skillful and so far the best stylist I've known. At first you will be confused whether he's a korean or japanese coz he speaks fluently using those languages.

Service is excellent. All staffs are accommodating, can speak and understand Korean and Japanese as well. They are efficient and fast worker too so you won't regret giving a bigger tip than you usually give to ordinary salons out there.

Facilities are good. The place is clean and the walls are artistically painted/designed. I love this part of be@utybrick.

There's also a shelf of magazines, table of magazines, cozy lights and this skateboard beside the sofa.

Me and my friends went here last Feb 12,2010 and we all give be@utybrick 2 thumbs up. Mr. Shin just knew the right haircut and style for you. The right length as well as right color for your hair. He turned dull-looking to fresh-vibrant hair. :)

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

To Learn Other Languages...

...is HARD.

Argh! I really want to speak other Languages. It started when I was still in Elementary and reading pocketbooks was my hobby. Back then, I have a notebook where I wrote all Spanish and French phrases I encountered while reading pocketbooks. Sometimes a few Latin words I heard from Mamay as well. I think that notebook is still in one of my boxes in the house.

como esta usted... mi casa es su casa... te quiero... merci... bon voyage...

Those are few of the words I had wrote and saying 'i love you' in different languages. Hahaha! Of course I will find it in pocketbooks.

Now, I'm already 25 and I haven't master any of the two languages I have mentioned. Instead, from 2 languages, now I want to learn 3 more languages such as Japanese, Korean and Mandarin. Oh well, some of you guys know already the reason behind it. Hahaha. I still use notebooks but since we are in digital world already so most of the tools are in softcopy or bookmarking the websites.

It's getting harder. Although I knew some common phrases such as hello, sorry, thank you, i love you, good morning, good evening, how are you, welcome, bye, yes or no in 4-5 languages, but it's still not enough. Where should I get the motivation? I am not working in a company who requires to speak any of them. I am not in the country which uses any of those languages. I don't have a Japanese, Spanish, French, Korean or Chinese friend. I have no reasons to learn these languages except...

... simply because I WANT TO.

Will this be enough? I hope so and I want to start with Mandarin. Wahahaha! :-)
I will read this blog again after 1-2yrs. Let's see if I did it.