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How to create a Quiff

August 20, 2012 Leave a comment

FYI: This is just a random post… a break from all the entertainment stuff I’ve been posting lately.

So lately I’ve been trying to play around with my hair cause I get bored with my short hair.  I wanted to go to and get a hair cut yesterday but failed to book ahead so I ended up getting a really late schedule.  I decided to just go get lunch and some grocery shopping done and just go straight home with my younger sister.

When I got home I decided to check out what exactly do I wanna do with my hair.  Got really cool ideas but majority of the style is still into the short on the side and long on the top kinda deal.  So I decided I want to get it done but I still need to get a hair cut. Hahaha! (I’m definitely going to do that soon)

In the meantime I decided to see what I need to style my hair when I do get that hair cut and I stumbled on this video from youtube.

The only problem is I don’t have a sea salt spray and don’t know where the heck I can buy one.  So I decided to go online and see if I can make myself one.  I found so many instructions and just decided to stick with what’s available at home.  Basically all you need are probably already in your kitchen.

– 1 spray bottle (The bigger the better… I look into my old products and found a bottle that’s already empty)

– 1 tbsp of sea salt — they say that it’s different from the table salt in the kitchen but it’s not true… rock salt is sea salt specially here in the Philippines.  We get it from the sea!!! Hahaha!  It’s just a marketing ploy so don’t fall for it.  I used 1 tbs. for mine, the more salt you use, the more textured your hair will be.

– 1 tbsp  a light oil (I used olive oil but you can also try coconut oil)
– 1 tbsp of gel to add extra body
– 5 tiny drops of essential oil (I used lavender but you can use whatever you have… its entirely optional though)
Shake ingredients well before every single use.
Here’s what I want to achieve with this experiment… will try to post photos when I’m done 🙂
2012 Quiff Lookbook from

2012 Quiff Lookbook from

Innovation Black 2012

August 17, 2012 Leave a comment


After the success of Innovation White… BIGFISH Manila is back and this time it’s time to EMBRACE THE DARK!

Innovation Black 2012

Innovation Black 2012

BIGFISH presents “BIGFISH Innovation BLACK 2012” the most massive Black Party on Aug 25, 2012 (Sat) at The World Trade Center featuring the one & only Dj JEROME ISMAE and the uplifting trance duo, TRITONAL.  Together with BIGFISH resident djs, John Boy Lee & Chris Raubeur.

Jerome Isma-Ae

Jerome Isma-Ae

Chris Raeuber & John Paul Lee

Chris Raeuber & John Paul Lee

BIGFISH Innovation BLACK 2012 is brought to you by CUERVO BLACK.

In-cooperation with Power Horse Energy Drink “Free Your Energy”, AXN, SONY BeTV & Diamond Hotel.

Media Partners : Magic 89.9Focus Media, Killer Bee, Mellow 94.7, Wave 891, 99.5 RT, Myx, Velvet, People Asia, Where, Clavel, Garage, Metro, Maven, Adobo Magazine, The Philippine Star, Business Mirror, Manila Bulletin Lifestyle, Business World,,,,, Focalcast, Media Magnet,, and Special thanks go to official residence partner Diamond Hotel, O Music and Video and Gold’s Gym.  Bigfish Radio at Magic 89.9 & all Killerbee Stations every Saturdays 12 mindnight & Bigfish TV at Pldt Watchpad. Also supported by The Philippine Department of Tourism.



Emerging from relative obscurity in early 2007, in just a few short years Tritonal has become one of the most recognizable names on the modern trance and progressive world stage. Both exceptional talents in their own right, Chad Cisneros and Dave Reed formed a prolific music production partnership from opposite ends of the United States which exceeded all expectations and proved to be a creative match made in heaven.


Hailing from Munich, Jerome Isma-Ae is one of the highest-selling, most successful Prog HouseDJ/producers of the last 3 years. He is reinventing and designing the sounds since the early years of EDM. Building, combining, releasing and holding on to a continuously sharp sound, fit for both timelessness and the current demands of the dance floor society. German producer/DJ Jerome Isma-Ae sure kept himself  busy over the past 15 years. But results are showing. With the characteristic Isma-Ae sound on his side, requested and praised by many, he’s got the best weapon there is: the ability to stand out. Mind you, it’s a weapon he won’t hesitate to use.


Basic and Advance Photography Class

July 12, 2012 5 comments

Basic and Advance Photography Classes

Basic and Advance Photography Classes


Limited Slots Available!

Basic Photography Classes August 4 and 11
Basic and Advance Classes August 4, 11, 18, and 25

Runs for 2 days full session for Basic Photography
2 Days Basic and 2 days full session for Advance Photography
From 10AM to 5PM every Saturday

ADP Studio – Visual Ally Inc. Unit 11D Augustin 1 Building,
F. Ortigas Jr. Road (formerly Emerald Avenue)
Ortigas Center, Pasig City

Mobile 09189652770
Telephone 6967853, 9841496

Workshop fee:
Basic: Php 3,500
Basic and Advance: Php 5,000

* package inclusive of meal (lunch)
* early bird registrants gets Php 500 discount
* Workshop attendees automatically becomes a member of ZPhotoClub
* Workshop attendees are entitled to discounts at ADP Studio
* Workshop attendees gets discounts from Sun Hawk Camera Repair Center


Pre-register at the Venue or through phone
Make your payment in person or by bank deposit
You may call, SMS, or email to get bank account information
Class will be conducted by Paolo Zalameda – Top Brand Awards 2012 Best Photographer of the Year

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