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Beer as Shampoo - How can Beer Help Your Asian Hairs? Singapore's Hair, Beauty & Lifestyle blogger - Sweet Bunny



Ever since I had the Oway Hair Treatment at Focus Hairdressing, I have gotten into a craze for mint shampoos, not just any mint shampoo but those which do not consist of sulfate and other genetically modified organisms. Although not cancer-causing, sulfate can cause moisture lost from your skin and hair consequently causing dry skin and hair, not something you want to do to your scalp because as the scalp dries over time it will produce skin flacks which look very much like dandruff but the flacks are smaller in size.


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BRÖÖ Invigorating Shampoo Malted Mint 

Trip to Rainbow Village Taichung - World's most colorful Town in Taiwan. Singapore's Lifestyle & Travel Blogger - Sweet Bunny

Trip To Rainbow Village Taiwan - Hello Everyone; One of the stops of my last trip to Taiwan in December was the Rainbow Villiage in Taichung, Nantun District which is the world's the most colourful place and a modern makeover town in Taiwan. 
Mr Huang Rainbow Village Artist
Mr Huang at the Rainbow Villiage Store

 Rainboww Village Taiwan History - These houses were originally built as temporary housing for the nationalist soldiers and their families who have fled to Taiwan after the war. There used to be many of such houses across Taiwan but as time pass the land was given to building developers by the government.


Cheap and Affordable Western Food In Djitsun Mall, Buddy Hoagies - Singapore's Lifestyle & Food Blogger - Sweet Bunny

Djitsun Mall Restaurants - In a quiet corner of  Ang Mo Kio Central, there is Djitsun mall and on the ground floor of the building are a few restaurants, Buddy Hoagies is the restaurant that darling and I decided to spend our afternoon at, here is my review and what we enjoyed eating.

Buddy Hoagies Djitsun mall Ang Mo Kio Children's Corner
Kids Corner 


Kid-friendly restaurants - The moment I stepped into the restaurant, I could tell it was a very family orientated setting as I saw a little "play" corner for kids, a couple of toys to amuse the kiddies. There is even a kids menu for children aged 12 and under, I wouldn't say that the dishes served are healthy because it is mostly pasta/ mac and cheese and fried stuff with cookies but this is expected from western food cuisine in Singapore, taken as a treat for a child once in a blue moon would be appropriate.