Saturday, October 30, 2010

My "Hairy" Story

Im a busy-bee mom of a 2 year old boy and a personal "alalay" of my day is not enough for me and my this says it all that i don't have "much" time for myself too! (no time for whatever kind of Spa a girl must have lol)

My hair is always tied-up.

Even I go out for a day shopping to a party night out or in any occassions. I'm hiding it by tie-ing it up!. WHY????

because it's all messed up!

My hair is a terrible case,I guess the worst a day it will give you a hundred or couple of hundreds hair fall! that's how terrible my hair is!...if I un-tie my hair you can see my hair strands all over the house and on my shirt! I also get to the point that I don't brush or comb my hair so I tie it up straight from shower just to save time picking up hair strands or sometimes I just used my fingers to "comb" it. and Im also too lazy to dry it up or use a hair dryer so I let the wind do the job! I can even received (if there is) THE MOST TANGLED HAIR!

Its unmanageable that makes me irritable!!!

(before using Pantene)

Do you believe that picking up hair strands is part of my daily task lists?? That's how big my problem in my hair!

I've tried a lot of shampoos and get tired of buying and trying everything,they are all crap! They will just serve the same purpose which is TO CLEAN ALL THE DUST AND DIRT but don't care if it dries up your hair or gives you split ends and almost gets you bald because of hair falls, in short ,it is UNHEALTHY WAY of taking care of your hair. I don't want to spend more money for hot oil, hair spa or hair rebonding or whatever hair "care" because I spend too much of the shampoo and conditioners itself!...but when I rediscovered PANTENE it changed my hair life...

(a sampler that they are giving away)


DAY 1:as soon as I've received the sampler I washed my hair and let it dry by the wind. Combed it by my hands only as I did usually on my hair. You see the difference on 1st use.

DAY 3: dry by the wind and partially combed it (oh well im scared on hair falls and headaches on removing all tangled hair)

DAY 7: dry by the wind and all the hair and I noticed the less tangle and less hairfall.

DAY 10: dry by the wind and combed all the way with almost no hairfall (its less than 10) and no tangles.

What Happened on the last day??? hmmmm...

I am FREE NOW! FREE from split ends, FREE from dry hair, FREE from tangled hair, FREE from hair falls. I can move freely without thinking what will happend to my hair. GOODBYE BAD HAIR DAYS!

Now I can go out and have some "parteeehhh parrtteeehhh!!!!"(party! party!) and be proud of not just my hair, but also to myself as a consumer!

I believed this is not just a 14-day commitment coz it's like that I found another "partner" in LIFE!

To Sum it up all above story I prepare a Slideshow Transformation:

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Friday, October 22, 2010

Microsoft Internet Explorer 9

September 16, 2010 was the day everybody is waiting..why? Simply because Microsoft is launching a new and improved Internet Explorer Browser (MS IE9)

IE's new look is quite usable. The stop and refresh buttons have been shrunk to take up as little space as possible while still being visible. It's a bit curious that Microsoft didn't combine them into one, as other browsers have. The cramped location-and-tab bar could use all the extra space it can get.

Most items in the Command bar, such as print, page controls, and safety controls have been collapsed into the redesigned Tools menu. Only the Home button and the Favorites button retain their own top-level icons. As with other browsers, the status bar is hidden by default, although it and the Command bar can be re-exposed by right-clicking on the Tab bar.

The new Tools menu is highly usable, as well, with a clean and simple layout. The Internet Options menu, on the other hand, could desperately use some font resizing and re-organizing, because it's a chaotic mess of options that are hard to read and harder to find.

IE9 is crammed with new features. One of the interesting concepts implemented by Microsoft is a reversal of the current trend to make the browser the operating system. Internet Explorer comes with some natural-fitting Windows 7 integration. In IE9, you can pin specific sites to your Windows 7 desktop taskbar. Click and hold on a tab, and drag it to the taskbar. The site's favicon will become the pinned site icon.

Now its up to you to discover the other interesting features! Try It Now!

**This is my official entry to MSPinoy Fan Page