Thursday, September 20, 2018

Cory Quirino's World Class Remedy for her Crowning Glory

Hair loss has been my concern for the past years and I know that there are some who have the same issue as mine. A lot of factors can be the reason for hair loss that can be mortifying for those who experience it. 

Everytime I take a shower, I get a lot of hair loss when I shampoo. When I brush my hair, too many hair strands falling. Hair line is higher now that made my forehead look broader.

According to Web MD, the average adult head has about 100,000 strands of hair and loses up to 100 of them a day, which is normal. As people age, their rate of hair growth slows, and they can experience losing more than hundreds of strands which is quite alarming. So what can you do to prevent it?

For beauty and wellness expert, Cory Quirino, embracing wellness is the first step to help improve the hair's condition and make people look younger.

"If you choose to have a wellness lifestyle, then expect wonderful changes such as radiant skin, energy, and a general sense of well-being,"she emphasizes. In time, you will realize that you have successfully delayed the aging process."

The beauty and wellness expert says that choosing wellness as a lifestyle includes eating nutritious food, exercising, getting a good sleep, drinking generous amounts of water, managing stress, getting enough sunshine, and above all, staying positive.

On top of a daily healthy regimen, a supplement is necessary to maintain a healthy hair and scalp. Many people opt to use chemical-based products. But for her, the use of natural products is a ust and the best `solution for hair loss.

"There are hair treatment products in the market today that claim to be effective but their ingredients could contain chemicals that may prove harmful with long-term use,"she enthuses. "Choose natural. Say NO to harsh chemicals and let nature do the makeover,"she emphasizes.

Natural ingredients such as virgin coconut oil (VCO) and aloe vera are loaded with beneficial properties, which boost the health of the scalp and hair. These and much more natural herbs and essential oils can be found in NOVUHAIR, a topical scalp lotion with 19 natural ingredients that work in synergy to help prevent hair loss, which the beauty and wellness expert approves of.

"Even if I have been blessed with thick hair, I know that it has to be cared for,"she maintains. "I use NOVUHAIR topical scalp lotion once daily in the evening before bedtime. Next morning, I apply it on my scalp again, then a shampoo after 30 minutes. Those who wish to further thicken the hair, it is a must to also use the shampoo and conditioner daily."

Eventually, she noticed impressive effects after using this breakthrough product: significant lessening of hair fall, abundant growth of tress, and return or lock's luster.

Apart from being effective, it's a very safe solution, too. A local clinical study has proven that NOVUHAIR has no adverse side effects with continuous use.

Moreover, NOVUHAIR is not just for those who experience hair loss. Younger people, especially the millennials, can use it for maintenance or prevention of hair loss runs in the family.

Cory recommends NOVUHAIR to everyone, especially to those who want to maintain their hair the best way they can. For her, this globally-competitive natural product answers the needs of a discriminating, health-conscious public.

Born on August 11, the granddaughter of the late Philippine President Elpidio Quirino is an author, and television and radio host. She has been a strong advocate for natural health, beauty, and wellness for more than two decades.

"Twenty years ago, it was as simple a goal as weight loss. But when I saw the dramatic effect it had on my vitality and complexion, I knew that this was a good path to take. For those wish the same things I wanted then, this would be just as easy to embrace,"Cory recalls.

She wrote a series of best-seller books entitled "Forever Young", which feature beauty and health tips as well as her own workout programs. Likewise, she also made a fitness video called "Cory Quirino's Celebrity Workout for Beginners".

For her, living in the 21st century has its challenges. She says: "The best way to live long and be well is to live a natural life."

Truly, for a natural woman like Cory, her crowning glory deserves nothing but a world-class natural remedy that is NOVUHAIR.

NOVUHAIR is available at Mercury Drug and other leading drugstores nationwide. You may also have the product delivered right at your doorstep through Lazada at

For more information, contact NOVUHAIR hotlines at 413-6570 and 0922-8830575. visit, and Facebook Page: Novuhair Official. #choosenatural #novuhair #naturalwoman

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Pantene Philippines Calls on Filipinas to be #StrongerNow

Filipinas are known to be strong and beautiful inside and out. No matter what they're going through are hidden with a smile, any sign of imperfection is tucked away, scar is covered with makeup—they live in a a tiis-ganda culture that they go through lengths of unimaginable pain  to look beautiful.

Pantene Philippines intitiated the #StrongerNow movement, recognizing that scars are not meant to be hidden—that they are to be worn with pride, signs that a woamn is braver, more beautiful and stronger now because of the struggles she overcame. Their goal is to inspire Filipinas to celebrate every scar, every sweat, every struggle that made them strong now. 

#StrongerNow is a collection of stories of struggles and triuimphs of Filipinas in all walks of life—from the celebrities we have grown to love to the everyday women we see on our daily commune. It tells stories of real Filipinas whose strength and resilience further let their inner beauty shine. With this campaign, Pantene Philippines also launches the new Pantene Pro- Vitamin series, which features the first-ever vitamin shampoo. It is the answer to the problem of hair breakage due to washing daily. The Pantene Pro- Vitamin series strengthens hair against breakage with every wash, mush like the women it supports—stronger  with every damage.


We have seen Anne Curtis-Smith grow from a TV sweetheart to a daring movie star with the roles she has taken over the years—she has showcased her excellent entertaining skills through her sold-out concerts, too. What is not familiar to us, however, is the road she paved to break into the showbiz industry. She started as a foreign-looking little girl who could barely speak any Filipino, making it a struggle for her to land crucial speaking roles. There have been times before she skyrocketed to stardom, when she would struggle to lock in a project, making it seem like leaving Australia was such a good idea after all. Still, Anne continued to clock in hours and fight what she was passionate about—performing. Ït was a slow climb to achieve any dream, but with patience and willingness to learn and speak Tagalog fluently, networks, directors, and producers took notice that I was improving in my craft. From then on, I have never stopped working, and now... I am ANNEEstoppable"


Gabbi Garcia is another woman the country has fallen in love with, especially for breaking through beauty standards with her morena skin that she now wears so proudly, encouraging more Filipinas to do the same. But all this confidence she has now actually started from a deep sense of insecurity, having to get through criticisms for being too "regular-looking."She would receive negative comments so often because she did not fit people's idea of what an actress should be. Gabbi share, Ï was so insecure with all the other girls, but I tried to hide that. Although it eventually came to a point where I started to question my worth. Am I worth other people's time and attention?"She let go of her doubts as she learned to find strength in herself and in others, working towards inspiring the people that look up to her that regardless of your looks and what others think, it is important to stay true to yourself.


She is now part of the roster of the beautiful faces that represent Pantene Philippines, and she is the first-ever transgender Filipina to do so. While Kevin Balot is a name that you will not expect to associate with a hair care brand, all the more you would not think that it is a name to enter to a beauty pageant. You would be in awe with the story of her journey to winning Miss International Queen 2012, also being the first transgender Filipina to garner the crown. As the only boy in the family, Kevin grew up with expectations from her father that she would turn out to be an engineer, but she had other plans for herself. She worked several jobs and joined beauty pageants to put herself through nursing school until Miss International Queen 2012 happened, and the rest was history. Now, she tirelessly works to continue to expand the knowledge of Filipinos about the most underrepresented segment of the LGBT, and advocacy she lives by. She has come out triumphant from her struggles and actually had a crown on her head for it, and now, she serves her cause to empower more women like her.


The women behind Plump Pinay and twin sisters, Danah and Stacey Gutierrez, were not always the body-positive figures we have grown to admire. They, too, had fought their own battles with body shaming, eating disorders, and insecurities that never seem to end. Since winning over their struggles, they are among the first women to spearhead the body positivity movement in the Philippines with their blog that aims to challenge the society's stereotypes on body image by promoting the idea that beauty comes in all shapes and sizes.

Pantene Philippines'all-star lineup of brand ambassadors also share the stories that made them stronger now. Anna Cay went from vlogger then to app maker now: Alodia Gosiengfiao, a fangirl then to gaming idol now; Chi Gibbs from apprentice then to self-made boss now; Gabs Gibbs from multi-media student then to multi-faceted artist now; Denise Lazaro from beginner then to national athlete now; Jasmine Curtis-Smith from new corner then to award-winning now; Joyce Pring from student VJ then to certified host now; Say Tioco from self-doubting then to trendsetter now; Kevin Balot from unwelcome then to celebrated now; and Danah and Stacey Gutierrez, insecure then to self-loving now.

The new Pantene Pro- Vitamin shampoo 3 Minute Miracle conditioner are designed to put in more nutrients with every wash, strengthening hair with resilience to take on daily hair stress. Through the patented Gel Network Technology, your hair is replenished with essential nutrients—anti-oxidants, emollients, and Pro- Vitamins— by melting lipids into the fibers.

With the first-ever Pro- Vitamin shampoo by Pantene, you get miraculous results that make your hair noticeably stronger and smoother with every wash. 
  • It gives better lather with its ultra-fine lather technology with small bubbles, which means that you are able to reach deeper spots when you sjampoo your hair. 
  • Experience magical detangling through its water-activated cushion, which provides a clean veil of protection that enables smooth detangling and less hair breakage—no more tangles and hair fall while in the shower! 
  • Strengthens your hair for you to have less hair fall. It carries fatty alcohol that penetrates into hair strands, nourishing your hair with lipids that improve suppleness and makes it more manageable.

The Pantene Pro- Vitamin shampoo and 3 Minute Miracle comes in different variants:
  • Hair FAll Control
  • Total Damage Care
  • Silky Smooth Care
  • Color Protect
Each 170ml Pro- Vitamin shampoo retails for PHP 109 and 150ml 3 Minute Miracle for PHP 149. Purchase the new Pantene Pro- Vitamin shampoo and 3 Minute Miracle conditioner on Lazada and save up to PHP332. 

Exclusive discounts and bundle sets are now available on

Monday, September 10, 2018

MILO Philippines Launched Road to Barcelona Year 2

MILO Philippines launched year two Road to Barcelona last September 5, 2018 at the MILO Stadium of Kidzania, the brand's values-driven program in partnership with globally-renowned football club, FC Barcelona (FCB). MILO and FCB will hold this year's local invitational camp in football hotbed, Cebu City on September 8-9 at the Cebu City Sports Center. Over 160 girls and boys ages 10 to 12 from different parts of the Philippines will engage in the world-class football camp for a chance to be part of the life-changing champion experience in Spain, Barcelona, the home of FC Barcelona.

MILO and FCB believe in the shared HEART values (humility, effort, ambition, respect, and teamwork), provided with a healthy and active lifestyle that are essential in every child's overall development. Its partnership aspires to bring world-class opportunities to nourish ambitions and build a nation of champions through sports. Character and talent are the components that will be affirmed by their coaches for the nomination.

Cebu Football Association (CFA), regional body under the Philippine Football Federation (PFF) and two coaches from the FCB Youth Academy, Barcelona's flagship youth development program, will be assisting MILO in the fascilitaion of the invitational camp. The two-day training camp which features theoretical and practical sessions on how to play the Barca way is free of charge—a privilege for the qualified young players. 

"We warmly welcome this momentous collaboration with two iconic sports brands, MILO and FC Barcelona. Our region has some of the most passionate and talented young players in the country, and we hope that this Road to  Barcelonacamp can foster the right values and grow their appreciation for the sport and everything they learn from it,"said CFA Vice President Rico Navarro.

"Every kid dreams of becoming a champ. That's why the MILO_FCB Road to Barcelona to Barcelona Philippines Camp is back to provide kids the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to train with youth coaches from FC Barcelona. We've taken the year's invitational camp to the Visayas to sahre the program with even more children in the region, because we believe that these experiences can encourage them to pursue their passion for the sport and nourish their ambitions,"said Willy de Ocampo, Vice President, Nestle Philippines, Inc.

The expert panel composed of PFF representatives and FCB coaches will be in charge shorlisting the most deserving athletes who will fly to Spain, where one slot in the delegation will be all-expense paid by MILO Philippines.

Similar to the maiden program, the 2018 delegation will take part in a nine-day training camp and ultimate experience in FCB's hallowed grounds in Camp Nou, Barcelona. The Philippine team will be among their peers from other MILO markets which include Australia, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Indonesia, Jamaica, New Zealand, Panama, Singapore, Tahiti, Thailand, and Vietnam. Their stay will be filled with special activities that will hone their skills, encourage them to make new friends, explore scenic heritage locations, most importantly, learn how to play with HEART—the Barca way.

MILO Philippines Consumer Marketing Manager Robbie de Vera shares his excitement for year two of the four-year partnership, "MILO is very excited and honored to continue its advocacy to get more kids into sports and help advance Philippine football with FC Barcelona. Our goal for this year is to further enrich the 'Road to Barcelona'experience by reaching more Filipino kids and reinforcing the values that encourage more kids to dream big and become champions in life.

The Magnificent September Auction 2018 Featuring Philippine Art, Fine Antiques and More

León Gallery is pleased to announce The Magnificent September Auction 2018 feeaturing important works of Philippine art, fine antiques and furniture on the 8th of September 2018, starting at 2PM at Eurovilla 1, Legaspi Street corner Rufino Street, Legazpi Village, Makati City.

This auction is in partnership with the Museum of Contemporary Arts and Design (MCAD) of the De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde, as part of its Funding the Future project in order to raise funds for its academic endeavors in modernizing its programs in terms of research and artistic exchanges in the contemporary visual arts. Works donated by renowned contemporary artists shall be auctioned off, in part, to benefit the programs of the MCAD.

Headlining our sale of Philippine art is an important work by National Artist Carlos "Botong" V. Francisco. "The Nose Flute" (1995) depicting a courtship ritual of two lovers in the context of the Cordilleras. It is considered as one of the finest masterpieces made by the artist in his lifetime and was once owned by Lovina-Palileo family. This work is considered as one of the best and biggest masterpieces of the artist and was painted during his best period. Also, this was last seen by the public in 2012 when it changed ownership and has taken a decade to make its way back to the country.

A major highpoint of the upcoming auction is "Pila sa Bigas (Queuing for Rice)" a mixed-media work by Vicente Manansala. It feature 17 ordinary folks all lined up and with tin cans waiting for their turn to buy or maybe even ask for rice. Another fantastic work by the artist is "Mga Sabungero (The Cockfighters)", all from the collection of the late Ambassador J.V. Cruz.

Another highlight is "Saeta 52" (1958) by the foremost abstractionist Fernando Zóbel y Montojo. This painting has been repatriated back in the Philippines. It was first exhibited at the prominent Philippine Art Gallery (PAG) and is considered as one of the rarest large-scale canvasses of this series by Zóbel. This is considered an exceptional painting because there are only 10 known paintings of this size painted by the artist and most of these are in museums and public collections already.

"Cross-Section/Ascension" (1956-57) by the modernist Alfonso Ossorio is one of the most riveting symphonies of color that the expatriate Filipino-American  artist has ever produced. It is believed that Ossorio painted this for his friend Jackson Pollock since it was done right after the death of the latter who was on his way to Ossorio's house in the Hamptons when he had a tragic car accident.

Painted by Fernando Amorsolo, "Dalagang Bukid (The Country Lass)" (1927) is considered as one of the earliest known works centered on amorsolo's ideal muse in his idyllic rural pastures bathed in sunlight. The work has a stellar provenance and was previously owned by the painter Fernando Zóbel. 

Other important works or art include a masterpiece by National Artist Jose Joya, "Carnival" (1964), rediscovered from the Mark and Naheed Houshmand Collection and two important works from the "Stations of the Cross" series by Ang Kiukok.

Commanding pieces from BenCab, Cesar Legaspi, Arturo Luz, H.R. Ocampo, Nena Saguil, Lee Aguinaldo, Juvenal Sanso, Romeo Tabuena, Malang Santos, Pacita Abad, Romulo Olazo and Romulo Galicano, Manuel Ocampo, Ronald Ventura, Alfredo and Isabel Aquilizan, Rodel Tapaya, Emmanuel Garibay as well as the works of today's young guns, Mark Justiniani, Jose John Santos III, Keb Serda, and Louie Cordero are also highlights of the forthcoming auction.

Significant pisces of antique furniture are also featured in this auction, carrying distinguished pedigrees attached to them. Furniture designed and carved by the master Eduardo Ah-Tay and his Binondo workshop, known for their impeccable workmanship and meticulously detailed carvings of Filipino and Chinese motifs are highlights in this sale. a significant piece is a four-poster Ah-Tay bed commissioned by the Pardo de Tavera Family, one of the most affluent families in the 19th century. Also included is a pair of estilo Louis Quinze arm chairs done in the third quarter of the 19th century also done by Ah-Tay.

One of the gems of this auction is a kamagong cabinet crafted in the second quarter of the 19th century from the estate of Dr. José Fernandez Fabella, one of the pioneers of modern Philippine healthcare system and the Secretary of Health in Quezon's cabinet. This cabinet was carved with fine inlays of carabao bone and actuated on its top with urn-like finials, which have been lined with silver and lanite. Important furniture featured from the collection of Dr. Alejandro Roces Legarda is also on offer. A secretary desk (better known as an escritorio) drawn from the Edwardian-style of the 20th century that has been created from narra.

Noteworthy in this sale are  items of the Philippine objet d' art, starting with a gilded silver monstrance used in receiving in communion of the Catholic liturgy, made in the second quarter of the 18th century and a set of 19th century ornate silver crowns commissioned to adorn religious images; both have been sourced from the Richard and Sandra Lopez Collection.

Exceedingly rare and historically important documents such as the "Decalogue" or Ten Commandments of the Katipunan which was handwritten by Andres Bonifacio will also be included in the auction.  a letter from Josephine Bracken to El Presidente Emilio Aguinaldo plus a letter from National Hero Dr. Jose Rizal to the Scottish millionaire based in the Philippines, Mr. Alejandro Macleod, whom he personally thanked for giving shelter to his sisters, Lucia and Trinidad.

Once a recruit was inducted into the society, their ranking shall be determined by the "Kataastaasang Sanggunian" (Supreme Council) as represented by a ceremonial medal featuring two crossed bolos. These important documents and artifacts were sourced from the collection of the eminent Philippine scholar Epifanio de los Santos, whose literature and scholarship helped in detailing the true narrative of the Philippine Revolution.

It is fitting that in anticipation of the release of an upcoming film "Goyo" featuring Gregorio del Pilar, military memorabilia from his own regiment will be on the auction block. Two epaulets and hand-drawn designs of the revolutionary uniform created by none other than Juan Luna will go under the hammer. These designs were commissioned by his brother, General Antonio Luna.

the preview of "The Magnificent September Auction 2018" shall run from September 1-7, 2018 at León Gallery. For more information, visit, call +632 8562781 or email us at

Thursday, September 6, 2018

AJFC Team Pinas Kids Bagged Silver and Bronze in Munich

Ms. Gae Martinez, Chief Marketing Officer; Ms. Bernadette Pantojo, Allianz Vice President for Bancassurance Distribution Partner Head - HSBC; Juan Miguel Basmayor,; Ivy Tapiz; Catherine Angelica  Bradborn; Mr. Rei Abrazaldo, Branding Communications and Digital Director; Mr. Kevin Goco, Futsal Head, PFF.

Allianz Junior Football Camp (AJFC) Global Edition celebrated its 10th  year last August 27 to 31, 2018 at Munich, Germany which comprised of kids ages 14 to 16 years old. there were 56 kids from Allianz entities coming from  Argentina, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Taiwan, Thailand, and other countries. Our Philippine representatives Juan Miguel Basmayor and Catherine Angelica Bradborn nailed silver and bronze medals at a tournament held at Säbener Straße on the last day of the five-day camp.

"The kids at the camp were very competitive. They all played to make their country proud. But I had to make sure that despite our cultural differences and the language barrier we understand each other. We speak the same language when it comes to football, now plays for de La Salle Zobel.

"I am only new in the game unlike Basma, but my advantage as a goal keeper is my height. I have not seen girls who play football with the same height," said Bradborn, 16 year old, Filipina-British player who stands at 5'9" tall. Bradborn is a rookie FROM Pampanga and plays for Luenthai Football Club.

Ivy Tapiz is our third representative from Dipolog, won the camp's Robotics activity. Amongst all the delegates, Ivy's robot was chosen and will be launched in the stratosphere by German Astronaut Gerhard Thiele.

"We are so proud of our AFJC kids, because they were leading their teams in the camp. Their team members were relying on them," said Bernadette Pantoja, Allianz PNB Vice President for Bancassurance Distribution Partner Head - HSBC, who coached the kids during their stay in the camp. "Prior to the tournament, the players attended the three training sessions in theory and practice, which was led by World Cup winner Klaus Augenthaler, whose 15-year career playing for FC Bayern Munich led to seven Bundesliga titles," added Pantoja.

Basmayor, Bradborn, and Tapiz had their best experience. They got to see their idols like world champion Corentin Tolisso, Thomas Müller and long-serving Bayern Captain Oliver Kahn. Other highlights of the camp was a talk with Bastian Schweinsteiger and a live game match at the Allianz Arena , where they watched the live football match between FC Bayern and Chicago Fire. They also learned to 'trust', build 'confidence' and make a 'change' – how to have a ggod association with others, new tricks in football and never give up. Their advise to other kids who want to pursue their dreams is to learn how to manage your time with sports and studies.

Thursday, August 23, 2018

AZpire Growth to Inspire Millennials

Millenials are usually defined as being financially irresponsible, spending too much on impractical things or experiences, but they are actually positioning themselves to be in better financial shape than other genrations, according to the Generations Ahead Study from Allianz. The study found that 77% of millennials feel financially confident (compared to only 64% of Gen Xers). 

Further supporting this financial progress:
  • 41% of millennials always set aside money each month for saving  (compared to only 36% of Gen Xers).
  • 58% believe saving for a retirement  is a basic necessity. like food or housing.
71% of millennials also use "tricks" to make saving money easier. For example, a greater number of them use several accounts to automatically save their money for distinct puroposes (separate accounts for everyday expenses, loan, specific trip, investment, emergency fund, etc.).

Social Media Dangers

As their financial strength builds, however, social media has become the millennials financial Achilles' heel.
  • More than half (55%) reported experiencing a fear of missing out (FOMO), and
  • 57% spent money they hadn't planned because of what they saw on social media feeds.
  • Vast majority (88%) of millennial respondents also beliee social media creates more of a tendency to compare one's wealth/lifestyle with others (versus 71% of Gen Exers and 54% of boomers).
  • 61% feel inadequate about their own life and what they have because of social media
  • And as it maybe due to this FOMO, half also claim they spend more money going out than they do on rent or mortgage.

It had a profound effect to the millennials who witnessed the recent financial traumas.
  • Almost a quarter (24%) of millennials saw their parents suffer a major financial setback during the recession of 2008-2009 and could be that becaud of this,
  • 57% said they are unlikely to ever invest in the stock market.
  • 65% are uncomfortable with too much debt because they saw their parents struggle with it. 
The study also found that this generation is the most open to getting support.
  • 70% use online apps or tools to help them manage their money, human support is still very helpful to them.
  • 40% of millennials said they have a financial professional and work closely with them (compared to only 25% of gen Xers).
They also choose to communicate in person with a financial professional (42% ranked it as their first choice with phone communication coming in second at 19%). Many millennials believed having a financial professional would give them some relief from the pressure of trying to plan for their family's future, as 70% are overwhelmed by the thought of how they could provide for themselves and their family in the long term. 

Sunday, August 12, 2018

A Fresh Toss on Hand and Foot Care at Kitchenails

Getting pampered on hands and feet is already part of our lifestyle. There are lots of  hand and foot salons that you can see and hear everywhere, but have been satisfied?

Last July 28, 2018, I was invited by Mplify's Miguel dela Rosa, for the grand opening of  Kitchenails at Robinson's Galleria, with hashtag #ColorTheEast, first franchise salon owned by Atty. Minnie Bautista-Aldave and Atty. Mark Aldave. Kitchenails is the first concept salon in the country ,with 23 branches that has fresh new concept in hand and foot care which started in December 2015 at Alabang Town Center, with hashtag #ColorTheSouth. A classic inspired nail salon, with added scents, flavors and ingredients from your mom's and/or grandma's kitchen. Another branch opened on the next month in Trinoma, Ayala Malls' premiere mall in North Metro Manila with hashtag #ColorTheNorth. With Kitchenails' mission, to provide the overall experience of a nail salon with a home kitchen approach that would tickle your senses, with hashtag #FeedYourSenses.

Kitchenails have artistically played on words associated with food for the "Menu of Services" that I totally love – like Honey Glaze for Paraffin Wax and Aperitif for Massage. 

For a complete pampering service, "Chef Specials" is recommended with a variety of flavors to choose from:
  • Lemon Square
  • Candied Oranges
  • Spiced Plum Pannacotta
  • Very Berry Muffin
  • Key Lime Pie

It's been more than two weeks since my foot spa complete service, and the nail polish is still good like new on my toe nails. Amazing! With the good service that I experienced from Kitchenails at Robinson's Galleria, very accommodating and friendly owners and staff, and creative motif of the salon, I give 5 out 5 stars. I've been to other salons and I can say that Kitchenails has the best staff. 

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