19 February 2014

Lovin' My Ash Blonde Hair by Cynos Inside Hair Care

As a stay-at-home mom who tries her best to be as frugal as she can, I rarely visit salons to have my hair treated. Haircut, yes. Treatments? Next question, please. I do care for my hair, don't get me wrong! But I'd rather go DIY than spend thousands of money to reach my mane goal (pun intended). 

Who the hell's the girl in the before pic? Ewwness.
I just got super lucky that this blogging thing happening here paved way for me to meet friends who could help! Cynos Inside Hair Care sponsored this domestic queen a bonggang hair makeover last year! 

Kim of MoD and I went to their technical center one Saturday afternoon and got our hair pampered. According to the ladies' assessment, my crowning glory was severely damaged. Ouch. Guilty as charged. I regularly shampoo and condition it but perhaps, my lack of sex make it so dry. Hahahahaha! Why? I am a sexually-deprived Army wife so you should thank me for making this country secured by enduring this witch-like hair because of that. Chos.

Anywaaaay, I chose Ash Blonde because I haven't tried yellow shades on my hair. I used to have brown, mahogany, red, fiery red, reddest red and black. I never had blonde hues because I didn't think it would suit me. They also used Keratin on my hair, which I super loved! It gave back life to my pathetic, suicidal, severely damaged, sponge-like walis tambo. LOL.

I learned that I won't get the kind of blondness in the sample if my hair won't be bleached first. Oh well, bleached or not, it looked great! My husband said I look so irresistible. Rawr.

Really, royalties, hair is our crowning glory so we have to take care of it. It makes a big difference when you put tender loving care on them. 'Di ba I look like a real queen na with my hair made over? Please say yes naman, haha.

Thank you Cynos for making me more beautiful! 

For the complete list of salons where you could get Cynos products, click here.

Disclosure: Cynos gave me a hair make-over but all thoughts and opinions are my own.


CYNOS is derived from the word Cynosure which signifies the ambition to lead the way to fashion. CYNOS is also translated into C.Y.N.O.S., ( Cycle, Natural, Original , System ), which became the company's core and commitment to society. The brand CYNOS was born in 1993 in Korea, considered as the leading fashion trend setter in Asia. In 2007, Cynos set up its distribution in Germany conquering the high land of the hair beauty industry. And in 2010, CYNOS was acquired by Colornow Canada Limited and an exclusive R&D laboratory was established as well. This has been the milestone for CYNOS as it marked its up-to-date research and study of the latest and most advanced technology in hair cosmetics. It evolved through the years and is now widely distributed in Germany, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Morocco, Syria and the Philippines. (Source)


  1. I love the color Denise. Simple and neat. :)

    1. Thank you, Jen! It looks bad now though. I need a retouch. :(

  2. Wow, muther! Bet ko ang hair color mo! 3 words: chic, sexy & sosyal!!! :) In my 31 years of existence, never pa nakatikim ang hair ko chemicals, hair iron, hair spa or kung ano pang hair treatment. Hair rollers lang. hahaha!

    1. You should try!!! At least before it all turns gray noh. It's just hair, it'll grow back. But make sure that you use good products that won't destroy your virgin hair. :)

  3. Hi Denise! Dahil sa post na 'to, I was inspired to buy a bottle of hair color. Time to touch-up my color. I also prefer to DIY because I find color treatments here in SG are quite expensive.

    1. Oh 'di ba, nakaka-inspire talaga ang "after" photo ko? Of course, tignan mo naman yung "before", nakakaawa. Haha! I heard nga, SG salons have super expensive services. Kaya go, DIY na! :)