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I'm Tracy Wong, more commonly known as 'Dainty Diva' in the blogosphere. I'm a Beauty and Lifestyle Blogger and I aim to inspire readers to live life like an adventure.


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Hey people!

When I was a teenager, I never thought much about flowers. Then I started appreciating them only because I was receiving them from ex-boyfriends or from friends after performing on stage.

Now, simply seeing a garden of florals is enough to brighten up my day. It's a feeling of immersing yourself in a naturally beautiful place that makes you feel so happy. This year, I got to visit the drop-dead gorgeous Hamilton Gardens in New Zealand while 3 years ago, I had a whale of a time at the Tulip Festival at Holland, Michigan.

In Singapore, we might not have the land or the climate to grow fields and fields of flowers but that said, I think a lot of effort has still been put in to make our city as vibrant as it can be.

For example, we have our very own floral paradise in this unique air-conditioned Flower Dome situated at Gardens by the Bay. Look at the picture above - isn't the Flower Dome beautiful in its own way?

I finally got to step foot into the Flower Dome recently for Tulipmania 2016 and I was sooooo fascinated by the sea of multi-coloured tulips before me.

They're so pretty and they emit such a refreshing and heavenly scent!

Spotted a flower that made me laugh. Don't you think it looks like a 'stunned like vegetable' face there?

Lilac tulips that really took my breath away. I love such feminine, pastel colours! :)

I learnt that tulip petals could actually be eaten raw or cooked and what was even more bizarre was that different tulips have different tastes. The yellow ones are apparently very flavourful while the pink ones are sweet.

This might seem really irresistible but please refrain from touching the tulips and eating their petals. Photos with the tulips are welcomed instead. :)

It was actually rather dim in the Flower Dome because I visited it at night but the yellow tulips in full bloom really brightened up the place. :)

Lovely pastel pink tulips amidst a Persian-style backdrop.

Mysterious and elegant purple blooms that seemed to glow within the darkness.

Mandatory shot that thankfully turned out nice despite the random beams of light in the background + flash.

Oh lookey, Cherry Blossoms!!! Looks like I need not go to Hokkaido to see them.

That single rose in all its perfection. You can see but you cannot touch.

I have way more photos than what I've featured here but I wouldn't be posting all because nothing beats seeing the tulips in real life. I encourage you to visit the Flower Dome, immerse yourself in tulip paradise and enjoy the beauty before you.

Tulipmania 2016 is currently ongoing till 22 May 16 at Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay.

Tickets are available at Gardens by the Bay Official Website.

Local senior citizens aged 60 years old and above get 50% off their admission tickets so you can consider giving your Mum a treat to Tulipmania for Mother's Day. YAY!

Have a great night everyone!

Disclaimer: Event feature is based on personal experiences.

Event: Snoopy Run 2016 @ Singapore Sports Hub

Hey people!

This weekend, my Facebook news feed was flooded with pictures and videos of The Music Run.

While my friends were having the time of their lives at The Music Run, I spent this morning at Singapore Sports Hub for Snoopy Run 2016 instead.

Thank you HAP Global for choosing me as a winner in their contest, granting me the opportunity to participate in a cute themed 5km race.

Due to the large number of participants, there were 5 flag-off timings to prevent over-crowding.

I chose to flag off at 8.40am. Even though it was the last flag-off timing, there were still loads of people plus a snaking queue at the starting line.

Managed to reach the starting line 10 minutes into my flag-off and had a good view of the mascot, Lucy van Pelt.

Since it was a fun run for family and friends, there was no pressure and not many were running actually. :X

In fact, I was amused that everyone was still leisurely strolling and chatting with one another after crossing the starting line. I think I was one of the enthusiastic ones who were running.

We ran (or rather walked) around National Stadium; out to Kallang and on to Kallang Riverside Park.

There weren't distance signs along the way so I couldn't tell how far we've gone. Instead of distance signs, there were photo boards on Snoopy and friends for photo-taking purposes but they attracted a scarily long queue so I didn't stop to take any pictures of them. I have no patience to queue actually.

Spotted a gigantic Snoopy! I had to take this from afar because there were too many people hovering around it.

The run felt a lot shorter than expected and before I knew it, I was crossing the finishing line. Did I really ran 5km? Whoa! It wasn't as strenuous as my other 5km races.

This was the first time I received a collagen drink instead of 100 plus and bananas as my reward for crossing the finishing line. Tasted sweet and delicious though + cheers to good skin!

Check out my adorable certificate and finisher medal! The medal's totally going into my race medal collection, oh yeah! :D

All right, I'm going to keep this entry short and turn in now. Got a long work week to battle so goodnight people!

Disclaimer: Race review is based on personal experiences.
Oh yes people, it's Fri-yay!

If you're thinking of what you can do over the weekend with your loved ones, I suggest you catch DreamWorks' latest musical, Madagascar Live! @ Mastercard Theatres, Marina Bay Sands.

If you, your family members or your kids are Madagascar fans and have been following the movie series, that's even better. You will probably enjoy this entertaining musical where you get to watch your favourite Madagascar characters come to live on stage.

Thanks to Base Entertainment Asia and blogger friend, Jessie, I had the opportunity to attend the opening show of Madagascar Live! yesterday.

Being a huge theatre fan with a love for the performing arts, I was naturally very thrilled.

Featuring best buddies, Alex the Lion and Marty the Zebra.

Will they remain the best of friends or will they become predator and prey instead?

To be honest, this was a very child-centric musical in which the performers were very successful in creating bouts of laughter and hype among the kids. In fact, I heard a lot of excited exclamations from the kids throughout the show whenever a Madagascar character appears on stage.

Naturally, you would think that a child-centric musical would be boring for the adults but interestingly, it wasn't. The songs were catchy and many of us ended up laughing over the idiosyncrasies of the characters.

That one song which everyone will probably remember after the musical would be 'I like to Move It' coupled with lots of booty shaking by the animals.

My favourite song was actually Alex's solo song about his lust for juicy and tender steaks. HA HA!

Possibly the best photo that I've taken that night, with all characters gathered together onstage.

This was taken close to the end of the musical where as expected, there was a happy ending to the show and everyone was back to being chummy with one another again.

In sum, thank you for the wonderful show!

Madagascar Live! will be showing in Mastercard Theatres till 24 April 16, Sunday.

Prices and showtimes can be found on SISTIC. Hurry if you want to catch the musical before it ends after the weekend!

Disclaimer: Reviews are based on personal experiences.


Movie Review: Miracles from Heaven

Dear friends,

Have you experienced a miracle in your life before?

Personally, I've had a miracle that happened to me many years ago when I was at my lowest and most depressive stage in my life.

It may not be a life and death situation but that said, I still count my blessings because without the miracle, I wouldn't get to where I am today. I would probably be leading another life and become a Tracy who is very different from the one all of you know.

Poster credits to atlanticstation.com

A couple of days back, blogger friend Danessa invited me to join her for Sony Pictures Singapore's movie screening of Miracles from Heaven @ Shaw Lido.

Miracles from Heaven was a movie about a mother's unrelentless love and protection for her daughter who fell sick abruptly due to an incurable, painful stomach condition.

One day, the girl was climbing a tree with her sister and she accidentally fell headfirst down the tree. Upon being saved by the ambulance, she surprised everyone by having only minor injuries instead of becoming paralyzed or dead. The most miraculous thing was that she was also healed from her stomach condition!

Picture credits to today.com

Initially, the poor girl developed a bloated tummy; was constantly in pain and couldn't fit her clothes when she had the stomach condition.

After falling from the tree, her tummy became flat; she was no longer in pain; was extremely active and could fit her clothes again. How puzzling!

Picture credits to newsflow24.com

I was very impressed by Jennifer Garner because she really played her role of Christy Beam very well. I mean, every mother with a sick child will be upset, worried and desperate for a solution everyday and I'm sure every parent can relate to her character. I was certain that many parents were shedding tears as they imagined themselves in Christy's position.

Above is an image of Christy praying to God and asking God where He is in her times of trouble. I may not be Christian but I've learnt about the religion over the years from my fellow Christian friends. I know that there are moments in life when we lose our faith; wonder why God allow God-loving people to suffer and question his presence when we need help. I love the way the movie ends because it teaches us to be grateful for every person who has helped us along the way (even for people whom we just met) and to know that our journey in managing a problem leads to a greater purpose of inspiring or changing another person's perspective/life.

Poster credits to wingsclip.com

One thing I really liked about this movie was that it was based on a true story and they even featured the actual Beam family who went through this ordeal. Out of curiosity, I went to google the family up to read more about their story. I wondered what happened to the life-saving tree now.

Prior to the start of the movie, I told Danessa that I've watched the trailer and I think it might be a touching movie so Danessa placed a packet of tissue in between us for fun. Before we knew it, we were reaching out for the tissue to wipe away the tears that were welling up in our eyes. I couldn't help but tear when I watched Christy Beam hug the tree and pray to God when she realized that she couldn't do anything to save her daughter who was stuck inside the tree. If I'm in her situation, I would have reacted in this way too, especially when I have reached my wits' end.

In sum, this is a heart-gripping and inspirational movie that is close to the hearts of many parents and Christians. Even for a non-parent, non-Christian like me, I was moved. If you're curious about this movie, do check out the trailer above before you visit the cinema!

Miracles from Heaven just started showing on our big screens today so if this movie is your thing, I encourage you to check it out. Please bring some tissues with you too. You'll need it.

Disclaimer: Reviews are based on personal experiences.

Hey people!

Goodness, it's mid-week and I felt as though I have been fighting the battles of an overwhelming workload the last few days.

The weary me is totally missing my session at CHI, The Spa @ Shangri-La Hotel where I got to experience a relaxing spa treatment last weekend. How I wish I'm back in the spa again!

Members of the Shangri-La Health Club are entitled to a complimentary 60 minute Bespoke Massage but if you're intensely afraid of tickles like me, you can change the massage to a 60 minute Kerstin Florian Classic Facial instead. Yay!

And if you have no idea where CHI, The Spa is, look out for this beautiful fountain which is located right behind the hotel's signature swimming pool.

Once you're at the fountain, there will be a signboard that will point you straight to the spa.

Move along, you won't miss it.

My impression of CHI, The Spa was that it was really quiet, almost as though I was the only one there.

Then again, it was a spa that was largely visited by tourists and was based on appointments only so I might have turned up at a time when there weren't many people. Or perhaps the majority of the guests were attending the wedding showcase that day. HA HA!

I was brought to the changing room to store my belongings and I couldn't help being marveled when I opened the door to the Ladies.

Forgive me for sounding obsessive-compulsive but just look at how neat this place was!

Everything just looked so spick and span +

Lockers are provided for you and your belongings will be secured by a 4-digit pin number of your choice.

There are also a disposable underwear, bathrobe and bathroom slippers for you to change into before you step out of the changing room.

The bathrobe was a bit over-sized on me but I liked the bagginess so it was all good!

Oh yes, they have 3 rooms of shower facilities available as well.

I sweated all my way to Shangri-La that day so I decided to take a shower before I head home.

CHI, The Spa has single as well as couple rooms named after plants and flowers.

I was directed to single room, Heliconia for my facial session.

All guests will be treated to a foot cleansing ritual prior to their massage or facial session.

I then proceeded for my facial on this comfy bed that kept me warm and snug throughout the hour. Honestly, I'm amazed at how soothing it felt to be wrapped up in a warm cocoon of blankets while undergoing an enjoyable facial. I try to create an environment like this in my bedroom but somehow, it just didn't feel the same.

As the name suggests, the Kerstin Florian Classic Facial makes use of natural, botanical skincare products as well as essential oils to nourish the skin. There was no extraction involved so I was spared from the pain (weehee!). Instead, my skin went through a gentle exfoliation using a light chemical peel that felt a tad tingly; a much-needed facial massage followed by masque application.

The therapist was very observant and noticed that I have an oily forehead and nose but dry cheeks so she decided to apply two types of cream masques on the different zones for a more targeted treament. My skin felt super refreshed and well hydrated with all the floral and essential oil goodness used in the facial.

After the facial, I was brought to the relaxation room so that I could lounge around at my own comfort while indulging in a cup of hot lemon tea, some apricots and cookies.

I wonder where they got their cookies from - they were so yummy! I wished I could lie there all day and eat cookies but dinner at home with the family beckons.

In sum, thank you CHI, The Spa for pampering me like a princess during my visit. I'm truly honoured.

If you're thinking of enjoying Shangri-La Hotel's fitness facilities, gain access to their swimming pool and enjoy a luxurious spa treatment at CHI, feel free to consider their Health Club Memberships. The benefits and costs are in the table above.

Goodnight people!

Shangri-La Hotel
22 Orange Grove Road
Singapore 258350

Disclaimer: Reviews are based on personal experiences.

Happy Sunday people!

I've been going to Bejeweled for the past 4 months for treatments and services and I've noticed that they use skincare products from Italian beauty brand, Vagheggi Phytocosmetici for their facials.

Vagheggi Phyotocosmetici has 13 skincare lines that cater to different skin types. Based on the number of skincare lines, it's shocking to know that there are so many skincare problems out there waiting to be solved.

Thanks to Diane, I had the opportunity to review their Balance Line, a skincare line that helps to balance sebum production and oiliness so.... let me take you through the products one by one.

First up was the Vagheggi Phytocosmetici Cleansing Scrub Gel ($80).

This is a daily cleanser that not only works well to remove oil and impurities; it also washes off your makeup. I absolutely adore the refreshing and luxurious scent of the cleanser!

To cleanse the skin deeply, the gel cleanser also comes with exfoliating beads which are made up of powdered extract of Pineapple Stem as well as the bark of White Willow.

It might look grainy but trust me, it also felt super gentle against the skin despite the fact that I was giving my face a good scrub. After rinsing off, my skin was brightened and rejuvenated without any sensation of tightness on the face.

After cleansing, it's time to follow up with Vagheggi Phytocosmetici Mattifying Lotion ($69).

When I had really oily skin years ago and was practically a walking greaseball, I always turn to mattifying products to save my skin because they really do take away the hideous shine and leave your skin feeling soft and clean.

The mattifying lotion can be used as a toner after cleansing; as a makeup base prior to applying makeup or even as a skin refresher to touch up your makeup. I like to pour some lotion on a facial cotton and wipe my face gently with it. If you have no facial cotton, no worries. You can also pour some lotion on your hands and pat the lotion on your face directly.

Before using the product, please shake well. As you can see from the picture above, there are some whitish powders at the base of the bottle that require some mixing.

These whitish powders will help to reduce shine and sebum, thereby minimising pores and blemishes. Personally, it's a great product for me because I have lots of open pores and I do get oily on my forehead and nose on certain occasions, such as after a long day of work in an air-conditioned office or after fitness. Therefore, it's always good to keep the skin matte to prevent pimples and breakouts, which are actually a lot tougher to battle.

If you've got pimples or other spots, you can also use the Vagheggi Phytocosmetici Concealer Gel ($58) to treat them.

This concealer gel contains Melaleuca and Lavender to combat bacteria and purify the skin, resulting in a reduction of blemishes.

Although I hardly get pimples now, I thought it was strangely timely that 1 pimple popped up at my chin when I received this product so I conveniently tested it. It did reduced the size of the pimple bump by the next day but honestly, I was still a tad disappointed because I expected more from a small tube of product that costs $58. I mean, for the price you are paying, it has to be more effective and work faster than the cheaper pimple gels from pharmacies.

The name was misleading as well because the gel doesn't conceal imperfections.

Perhaps it 'conceals' by making imperfections disappear over time but from the name, I really expected to see a tinted concealer that can cover the pesky pimple like some form of makeup. Instead, it came in the form of a clear gel that still looked conspicuous on the pimple.

In terms of price, salon-based beauty products are normally more pricey than the beauty products found in pharmacies and will be comparable to the price of departmental store products instead.

If you're okay to splurge on quality products, I'll recommend the Cleansing Scrub Gel and the Mattifying Lotion. Sad to say, the concealer gel didn't meet my expectations but the former two are awesome products and definitely worth a try.

So... interested to purchase?

Vagheggi Phytocosmetici products can be purchased from Bejeweled at its address below.

For more information on Vagheggi Phytocosmetici products, do visit their Official Website.

For more information on Bejeweled, feel free to check out Bejeweled's Official Website or Facebook Page.

30 Tai Seng Street, Breadtalk iHQ
#02-01 Singapore 534013

Tel: 6443 9789

Disclaimer: Reviews are based on personal experiences.
Good day people!

I hope your weekend is going well!

Yesterday was a great TGIF because I got to spend it at a House Party for America's Most Desperate Kitchens organized by Starhub and HGTV at 1-Altitude.

This was my 2nd time at 1-Altitude and it's great to be back to enjoy the lovely night scene all the way at Level 61.

Photo credits to HGTV.

America's Most Desperate Kitchens is a show about interior design, specifically for the kitchen. Co-hosted by the cousins John Colaneri and Anthony Carrino, the show will be premiering on HGTV at Starhub TV Channel 437 on 26 April 2016.

In this show, Anthony and John will be helping homemakers to give their kitchens a makeover and transform them into amazing masterpieces. Viewers could send video submissions of their kitchens to the cousins and in every episode, they will then select one to do a surprise home visit followed by a magical kitchen renovation.

It's a pretty cool show for people who are generally interested in interior design or (potential) homemakers who are looking for some ideas and inspiration to spruce up their homes.

Yesterday was the cousins' first appearance in Singapore to promote Asia's first and exclusive premiere of America's Most Desperate Kitchens.

I was really honoured to be invited to the House Party and it gave me a chance to learn about a new show that would be coming on our TV screens soon.

I was very impressed by the talented cousins because they really know how to turn messy and mediocre kitchens into picture-worthy ones.

In fact, I googled for some pictures of the kitchens that they've designed and was momentarily stunned. They looked so beautiful and creative. I would love to see the cousins renovate a HDB kitchen one day!

Getting to know the cousins better through a 'Him Vs Me' guessing game. Both of them were super cheeky!

Blogger friend, Alvin probably knew the cousins the best compared to the rest of us because he got to host them when they arrived in Singapore.

The cousins trying their very best to decipher the cooking equipment used for preparing some of our local delights. It was a pretty hilarious moment.

Thank you SPRG and Scripps Networks for having us at the House Party!

For more information on HGTV, you can visit its Official Website and Facebook Page.

Do note that in line with the premiere, HGTV will also be live-streaming the pilot episode of America's Most Desperate Kitchens here.

Have an amazing weekend, everyone and I'll be back to blog soon!

Disclaimer: Event feature is based on personal experiences.


Hey people!

Mother's Day is occuring early next month and Yum Cha will be launching 3 exclusive items for Mother's Day from 1 to 14 May 16.

These Mother's Day specialties will only be available at Yum Cha Chinatown and Yum Cha at Changi.

Few days ago, I was at Yum Cha Chinatown for a tasting of the Mother's Day special items.

It was my second time doing a tasting with Yum Cha so it was nice to see all the familiar faces again.

So there I was seated at a table for 10 with oriental pictures adorning the walls before me.

There are 3 main, traditional food items that will be launched for Mother's Day and the purpose was to recreate memories of the good ol' Chinese dishes that mothers and grandmothers remember from their hometowns.

The first Mother's Day exclusive was the Braised Pork with Preserved Vegetables Bun ($2/pc).

Apparently, this bun was largely eaten back in those days when our ancestors were escaping from the war in China.

To me, the ingredients were simple, delicious and generally sat well with the masses. If my Mum was at the tasting, she would love this too. The bun was kinda small though so $2/pc might be a tad pricey for some.

Pan-fried Salted Fish Bun ($5/3 pcs) was another Mother's Day exclusive that was more value for money compared to the Braised Pork with Preserved Vegetables Bun. This bun originated from Guangdong province and was favoured by Emperor Kang Xi of the Qing Dynasty.

Nonetheless, whether you enjoy this bun largely depends on whether you like salted fish in general.

Personally, I'm not a big fan of salted fish so I didn't fancy salty buns but I've heard other people commenting that there ought to be more salted fish paste in the bun.

The bun was rather dry as well and I thought it would be much better if there was more 'sauce' or 'juice' oozing out when you bite into the bun, just like how it would be if you were eating a custard bun or a Xiao Long Bao. 

Fish Maw with Shrimp Paste ($4.80/ 3pcs) was flavourful and totally yummy, so much so that I helped myself to two pieces when I originally wanted to stick to one.

In fact, practically everyone was singing praises for this dish so needless to say, it was very well-received by all of us.

Pumpkin Yam and Golden Cake ($4.20/ 3pcs) was a pretty unique dish in my opinion.

Now, I'm not big on yams in general but after trying this dish, I thought that the yam and pumpkin actually complemented each other in taste very well.

The crispy golden top and bottom layers that were used to sandwich the yam and the pumpkin were immensely addictive too.

Our next dish was this impressive display of
Salted Egg Prawns ($46 for Large). If there was an award for best presentation of dish, it would go to this one.

Taste-wise, I feel that the dish would be even better if the interior of the prawns were also soaked in salted egg goodness because currently, the salted egg seemed to be largely concentrated on the exterior. Nonetheless, with the recent salted egg craze, I foresee that this dish would become very popular among diners.

Black Pepper Lotus Beef Slice ($48 for Large) was another favourite because the beef slices were super juicy and tender. The amount of pepper was just nice on the beef slices as well.

This was also my blogger friend, Jessie's favourite dish because she kept complimenting and helping herself to the beef slices. I absolutely adore the fried lotus roots because they were crunchy like a piece of addictive snack. Yums!

7 Flavour Tofu ($32 for Large) was rather peculiar because the 7 flavours which consisted of a secret blend of spices and seasoning left all of us speculating on the actual taste of the tofu.

A couple of us felt that the tofu tasted salty with a slight spicy aftertaste while others remarked that the tofu tasted sweet. I supposed no one could really figure out its actual taste because the tofu would taste differently to everyone. It ultimately depends on the dominant taste of our tastebuds but I guessed that's what made this dish interesting.

Fried Vermicelli Seafood ($28) was so-so and more of a stomach-filler but my, what a generous load of ingredients on the vermicelli!

It would be great if there were some mushrooms thrown in as well. :P

Last but not least, we had some desserts which was another Mother's Day exclusive - the Almond Tarts ($3.20/ 3pcs).

The almond taste was very strong which was great for me but it might be a turn-off for people who aren't almond fans. The pastry tasted amazing and sweet though and overall, I loved them.

The almond tarts can also be served warm or chilled. During the tasting, we had them warm but personally, I think they would taste fabulous if chilled. :)

Interested to treat your Mum to a lovely dinner at Yum Cha?

You can visit Yum Cha at the respective outlets below. Feel free to check them out on their Official Website or Facebook Page as well.

Yum Cha Chinatown
20 Trengganu Street (Off Temple Street)
#02-01 Singapore 058479

Yum Cha at Changi
6 Changi Business Park Ave 1
UE Bizhub East, #01-33
Singapore 486017

Disclaimer: Reviews are based on personal experiences.
Yo people!

Do you have dry, brittle nails that are in desperate need of some tender loving care?

I used to have terrible nails that would chip and peel like nobody's business but they have become better over the years as I gradually learn how to take care of my nails.

At Bejeweled, you can go for an LCN Nail Treatment to moisturize and strengthen your nails. If you love painting your nails, having a strong nail base will be essential for any nail colour or design to stand out. It's the same concept as applying makeup on smooth and clear skin instead of a rough and pimply face.

3 products are all you will need to have healthy, hardy nails and you can have the treatment done on your fingernails or on your toe nails.

First up, we have the LCN Natural Care Cream to exfoliate your fingertips and to remove dead skin cells from your nails.

As you can see from the picture above, a little product was suffice to gently exfoliate my nails.

Next up, a coat of LCN Nail Mask was applied on each of my fingernails.

I thought the Nail Mask was pretty interesting actually.

A white and thin layer of mask was left on my fingernails for a good ten minutes before being peeled off swiftly like a piece of dead skin. I was very intrigued by the process.

My favourite part was getting my fingers manicured and artistically painted by the talented manicurist.

The design wasn't easy this time and required a blend of multiple colours + intense concentration to get it done well. Not to mention that I have really tiny fingernails. You can imagine the amount of eye squinting involved while trying to fit a design within a very small space.

Ending off the nail treatment session with some LCN Nail Oil.

The manicurist was careful not to apply too much nail oil on my fingernails - we don't want a case of oily fingers and besides, a little product goes a long way. :D

There you have it!

I have the galaxy on my nails now and I love them to bits! Bejeweled never fails to amaze me with their creativity and artistic talent. I was seriously very impressed.

If you're interested to try an LCN Nail Treatment and get yourself some galaxy nails, you can book your appointment with Bejeweled at their respective outlets below.

An LCN Nail Treatment costs $25 (for hands) and $30 (for feet) while a gelish manicure with soak-off costs $55. Additional cost top-ups are needed for nail art designs.

For more information on the services and prices at Bejeweled, feel free to check out their Official Website or their Facebook Page.

30 Tai Seng Street, Breadtalk iHQ
#02-01 Singapore 534013

Tel: 6443 9789

10 Anson Road, International Plaza,
#02-48 Singapore 079903

Tel: 6222 2526

Disclaimer: Reviews are based on personal experiences.



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