CLOVER SALON – waterfall braids and 38% off

As I’ve been quite satisfied with my hair colour recently and trying to avoid damage from having too many color changes to it. I’ve chosen to go just for a simple protein hair treatment and some styling recently with Vernice from Clover Salon. :)

A hair treatment for hair my length will cost around $168 before discount. For shorter hair it will probably cost $128. The hair tech will pick out either a color treatment, repair or a hydration treatment according to their analysis of your hair.

For those keen to touch up on your color, it cost $78. And for those who want to do a hair dye it will cost $148.


And hair styling will commence at $45.

Clover salon offers 2 types of treatments (Either the Wella or SP brand). Today I’m trying out Wella since I’ve previously done SP’s color lock.

Please drop me an email at if you’re keen on receiving Clover’s membership card. The card entitles you to 20% off chemical services with my hairstylist, Vernice. Prices above are before discount :) from now till August.

But guess what? there’s even better news!

From 2nd May

One of Vernice’s colleague starts of with washing my hair , and then applying the wella hair mask as well as serum. Afterwhich they start steaming my hair

Oh yes. my head is up in space now. Anyways this takes about 15minutes :)

Afterwhich Vernice and her colleague do a quick blowdry for me. And we’re done!

Now comes the fun! I’ve requested for Waterfall Braids :)

But first Vernice helps to trim my fringe down since it’s almost blocking my eyes

And then she got started. Vernice was really quick! By the time I whipped out my camera she was already half way thru.


Far East Plaza, #02-45
14 Scotts Road, Singapore 228213

Telephone Number: 6836 2748

Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday: 11.00am to 8.30pm

P.S Clover Salon is a frequent hair sponsor of the stars. Such as for the upcoming drama “The Dream Makers 志在四方 debuts 24 June 2013 9pm on Channel 8.

And also during the CNY celebration earlier this year by Channel 8

Curling your hair with a flat-iron

Earlier this week,

I went to the photo studio as I was going to be featured on April’s issue of SimplyHer magazine.

I then met Eileen from Expect studios (liang court) and watched as she used a flat iron to give me soft curls for the look they wanted for me. It’s always nice to have someone see to your hair and make up, but it’s not like we have access to one everyday. And I realised it isn’t hard to pick up a skill or two in doing it yourself if you can afford the time from home. This isn’t the first time a flat iron was used to curl my hair by hairstylist. And I’ve never wanted to try because I had curling tongs at home. Not till I spotted a keratase travel size flat iron in my mom’s room the other day.

So the day after shoot, just before attend the Zegna spring summer launch of Z zegna at Paragon, I tried to recreate the look.

Making curls with a flat iron turns out to be pretty simple. It just takes practise to understand the angles and strength you want to apply while doing so to get a variety of curls. It’s the same with curling tongs where you learn to vary how tight you wanted your curls to be and in what angle you wanted them to curl.

Below is a video from youtube that illustrates the basic technic on how to twist your flat iron. As mine was a travel sized one, the curls were a little smaller.

Check out the Spring look on How to carry of flowery prints in this April’s issue of SimplyHer. More behind the scenes in my next post

The look I recreated

The finished look Eileen gave me – taken after I’ve somewhat changed out of the outfit

The process

Me with Eileen from Expect studios