Monday, February 11, 2008

One Word To Describe How It Feels Like To Be Back At Work.

Ugh.

(and if you don't feel the same way I shall pelt you with rotten perishables or so help me.)

P/s: I need a haircut, restyle, body perm. Where is a good place to go to? Who do you recommend?

21 comments:

  1. Just when I thought staying at home is boring with astro with lots of foods and drinks, it is pretty much worse than in an office that has few people who start working today !!

    Hey FA, don't you always go for the same haircutter or something ?

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  2. I was back at work on Sunday 2pm.

    Till 1.30am.

    'Ugh' barely scrapes the surface.

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  3. Haircut in Jinjang??? :D hehehe

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  4. umm....if not too expensive wan you can try Kimarie SS2. I usually go there....

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  5. I'd help you cut your hair for RM2. Heck, make that free.. you up for it? :)

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  6. Ah Lok Barber and Rakan Rakan
    Jalan Genting Klang, Setapak

    Look for Wong Kam Sui

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  7. I'm enjoying being at work. It's the only part of my life I am enjoying at the moment.
    So tear my heart out and stomp all over it if you want. I don't care. :-(

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  8. Am still in Singapore enjoying my long vacation. Only have to go back to work on the 17th. :P

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  9. only reported to work today and i almost gave up in waking up for work.

    with eyes still closed, was checking myself for any signs of migraine, diarrhoea, fever so that i cld call in sick but failed to discover any.

    nevertheless took my time to get out of hse knowing i was late but to my surprised, i reach office on time as there was no traffic.

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  10. my cousin in klang, hairstylist.rm20 .can continue with bkt also.

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  11. Not sure if he's still there, but when I was still in KL I used to go to Kim (or Min? Korean guy, International Director) at Shunji hair salon, Mid-Valley. A little on the pricey side, but quite good.

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  12. Checked: it's Min (Byun Hwong)

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  13. 'Saw Salon' at KLCC does a good men's cut and I'm sure they are just as well trained and experienced for ladies. Ask for Edwin Saw himself.

    You hair-do is on me by they way if you decide to go there :-)

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  14. Peek-A-Boo in Taman Tun (up the road from Secret Recipe)...friendly people, especially the one who did my hair...Amy or Lily or something...

    Or you could try their spin off: Wings in Uptown (opposite Uptown 1)...official hair stylist of 8TV...

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  15. I second Val's recommendation for Monsoon (1U) for perms. My favourite stylist there is Ethan.

    Even my hairdresser at Russel (1U) where I'm going now (love their cuts) was impressed with their perm. But I love Russel and am going back there next month for a trim.

    Not cheap though. :p But since your hair short, not so mahal-la.

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  16. i know someone who does great short hair if you want something new - in bangsar, replacement. let me know if you want to go

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  17. Dont ever perm! it will only make you look older and you want to look younger!

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  18. Go to the one I went to perm my hair. Only RM288 for perm, wash & cut, colour, style, treatment - such a bargain!! My stylist is patient, detailed and very nice to talk to. MSN me for details if you wanna go...

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