Published by Priss on Apr 24, 2014
Category: Hobbies,Lifestyle

I think a lot of companies will be very unhappy with this post, because I am here to share with you some treasures I have found on for the past few years! This is not a sponsored or paid post, it is just shopaholic consumer sharing tips on what to buy online with my fellow readers!

What Amazon is NOT good for:

  • Cheap China / Thailand products
  • Pirated or imitation goods
  • Cheap items that are available in your local stores (department stores, Watsons, Guardian pharmacy etc.)

What Amazon is REALLY GOOD for:

  • Branded items (some)
  • Mid-range products and goods
  • Gadgets
  • Facial products
  • Niche hobby items that are more popular in Western countries (scuba diving, gaming consoles, hobbies, books)

So here’s a list of top 3 items I would ALWAYS purchase from

1) Fitflops
They cost me between US$30 to US$60 for most fitflop designs. Sure, they don’t have as wide amount of designs as Fitflop shops in Singapore, but they are really cheap!!! On average, I end up paying SG$60 to $80 per pair of fitflops including shipping, let me talk about shipping later… However, the prices listed are different for different colours and sizes and stock availability, so you need to click around to find the best bargain

For example…

fitflop amazon

2) Dead Sea facial products
I first heard about Dead Sea products from one of my friends, who used to spend hundreds of dollars on these products. One day as I was surfing on Amazon for the latest products, I realized that it is almost FIVE TIMES CHEAPER ON AMAZON!!! I now use Dead Sea products from Premier, but other brands such as Seacret (their body scrub are selling at S$150 per bottle and it’s only US$20 on, and we get quality products at a MUCH MUCH cheaper price :)

For example, this Dead Sea Premier Eye Serum usually costs about SG$100 but only costs less than US$20 on Amazon!!!

dead sea scrub amazon

3) Niche Sporting Products: Paintball products
One of my friends really enjoys going for recreational Paintball games in Singapore and Johor Bahru (Malaysia), and she was delighted when she found out Amazon was selling Paintball products (since demand and supply is more in Western countries!) at really cheap prices! I heard from her that a heavily padded paintball gloves could cost you SG$40 and above, whereas Paintball pants and clothing would cost you twice that amount. But look what I found (and bought) for her!

Example.. Valken brand padded gloves

paintball gloves amazon

I will share with you in the next post about shipping to Singapore and other parts of the world with international shipping freight forwarder!

Published by Priss on Apr 05, 2014
Category: Lifestyle

Be in a relationship.

No kidding, I lost 7 to 9kgs 2 years ago for my sponsorship with Aimin Accupunture (you can read my older posts), but since then, I have gained back almost 5kgs!!!! This is all my boyfriend’s fault, well, not really. I guess that is the effect of being in a happy and blissful relationship!

It is so difficult to lose weight, especially at the start of the relationship, since you are spending your meals with your loved one. I think Carbonara sprinkled with XOXO tastes especially good! I guess soon I will have to start some sort of exercise regime to trim down, although we have both agreed to go on a healthy diet (pizza nights are not helping at all!)


I love you

P.S. this post does not include a picture of myself LOL. I’ll do so when I feel less bloated ;P

Published by Priss on Mar 21, 2014
Category: Friends,Hobbies,Lifestyle

Scroll below to see my cute hamster Sir Hamelot! He’s the cutest little furry thing everrrrr! Please support adoption instead of buying hamsters! There are many advertisements online and on giving away free hamsters!

So I’ve been buying and mixing and matching accessories for my baby and turns out I have a lot of stuff spare! Most of the items are only 1 month old or almost brand new. If you buy 3 items you get 1 free (the cheapest item is free of course). Delivery available for purchase more than $20, otherwise we can COD in town area.

Do drop me a message [[email: deadpris (at) gmail (dot) com ]] if you are interested in any item, you can see the size of scale on the last photo. All these accessories are big enough for Syrian hamsters and can be used for smaller hamsters too (provided your enclosure or cage can fit them!)

Seesaw balancing wooden log – $5 (reserved)
Wooden log without pivot – $4
Ceramic dragon – $3
Small food tray – $1
Big standing wheel x 3 – $6
Apple hideout – $5 (reserved)
Wooden biting corn – $2 (reserved)
Big wooden hut – $10
Medium wooden house – $8 (reserved)

hamster accessories

And here is my baby hamster HE IS NOT FOR SALE!

sir hamelot

Published by Priss on Jan 27, 2014
Category: Lifestyle,Personal Thoughts

I was so elated when I won the Laneway Festival Meet and greet session with The Jezabels! My dearest bought tickets for me to accompany him to the festival this year and in return, we got to meet his favourite band The Jezabels and spoke to them for 10 minutes :D They are really friendly and nice people, and Hayley Mary (lead singer of the band) sang so well that day. She dances really strangely on stage, but it was really cool to watch her enjoying herself and jamming to their songs (and my dear’s favourite songs too!).

the jezabels and fans


Published by Priss on Jan 08, 2014
Category: Current Affairs,Singapore Affairs

Five Star Tours was reported to be shut down today, including all 7 of their branches. According to WanBao, all their branches were closed and gates shut.

five star tours close down
Taken from

That comes as quite a shock as Five Star Tours has been around for a few years and have been providing many coach and tour packages in Singapore. I wonder when companies closes down like this, what happens to the consumers that already paid for their tour packages?! Unfortunately, I have experienced similar incidents like this where I paid up for services but when the private limited companies closes down, you can’t claim a single cent back. You can try filing it with small claims tribunal – but seriously good luck with getting any money back.

Published by Priss on Dec 17, 2013
Category: Current Affairs,Humour,Singapore Affairs,Stupidity

When I heard about the Samurai on the MRT, my first thought was it must be a cosplayer. After all, there were a whole bunch of them on Sunday for the End Of Year Cosplay Festival at the Marina Barrage, probably someone didn’t want to remove their costume.

samurai mrt

“A man decked in Japanese martial arts garb while wielding a sword boarded a train on Monday afternoon after jumping the fare gate at Paya Lebar MRT station.” taken from

Turns out, you can own a katana in Singapore, but only to keep in your own house

“You can import a Samurai sword through a forwarding agent, who should declare it through the Tradenet system. For more details, please log on to You may be required to bring the sword to a police station for inspection before an import licence can be issued. If it is hand carried, you should declare it to the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority at the point of entry. The sword may be impounded for inspection and you can claim it from the Police Station which has jurisdiction over the entry point. Please note that if you are allowed to possess the sword, it must be kept in a dwelling house and not to be carried in any public place without any lawful purpose.” taken from

Published by Priss on Dec 04, 2013
Category: Advertorials,Lifestyle

Huifen knows my hair best and she’s not afraid to tell me what I need and what I don’t, after all she has been my appointed hairstylist for the past 6 years! If you see that many of my past pictures have a similar haircut, it’s because she knows I like them ;x Occasionally, she does some adventurous stuff to my hair, but mostly – especially since I’m working full-time now, she can’t be too adventurous with it. My this trip to Salon de Choix was one of those. She cut my hair into a neat pixie haircut (shortest it has been this year!) and coloured my hair by touching up the roots only.

Huifen Salon de choix (1)

This time we decided that my colour was still nice and suited my current hairstyle. In order to protect my hair from the chemical damages of dying it every month, Huifen decided that it was better to do a “root touch-up” instead – dying only the “new” hair since my last hair dye. To give my scalp more protection before colouring, she applied L’Oreal Stillcap Scalp Protector on my scalp. 45 minutes after colouring my roots with a matching dark hazel colour, she used water to dilute the remaining hair dye and to soaked the rest of my hair in the same dye to freshen up the previously dyed hair.

Huifen Salon de choix (2)

Lastly, after blow drying my hair, she added Kérastase Elixir Ultime Oléo-Complexe to add that extra shine to my newly dyed and cut hair. Love it!!!

Not only is touching up colour cheaper than normal dying of the whole head, my highlights are not covered up and still obvious, and most importantly, my hair isn’t as damaged (as compared to if I dyed whole head every month). “When hair has been colored using hair dye, the roots tend to be the first places to show it, since that is where the new hair comes in. A root touch-up is simply an application of hair dye to the roots of the hair, to disguise the fact that hair has grown out, and to make a hair coloring last longer.” Taken from this website

Huifen Salon de choix (1)

Make sure you appointment soon for Huifen or one of the nice hairstylist at Salon de Choix soon! It’s the holidays season and usually that means 1 to 2 weeks booking in advance. Also, quote my blog and be entitled to a special promotion of 15% discount!!

Salon de Choix
Address: 3 Killiney Road #01-06 Winsland House 1, Singapore, Singapore s239519
Telephone number: 6836 2959
Opening hours: Mon – Sun: 10:30 am – 8:30 pm
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Published by Priss on Dec 02, 2013
Category: Singapore Affairs,Social Issues

The Singapore Do Not Call Registry will be up and running today 2nd December 2013… Log in and register NOW! The most annoying part of unwanted advertising SMS or calls is when I’m overseas, and I feel so helpless as I get charged for spams coming into my phone! It’s really about time!!!

What is DNS Registry?
The Do Not Call (DNC) Registry lets you opt out of marketing messages addressed to your Singapore telephone number, such as those which promote or advertise a good or service, allowing you to have more control over the kind of messages you receive on your telephone, mobile phone, or fax machine. – See more at:

Registration with the DNC Registry is free and simple. There are three methods to register:

  1. Online @ DNC Registry website
    Log on to to register or deregister on any Register.
    Note: Access to the device which you are registering the number of is required to complete the registration.
  2. SMS
    Send an SMS with the message “DNC” to the following:

     78772  Register on all 3 Registers
     78773  Register on No Voice Call Register
     78774  Register on No Text Message Register
     78771  Menu for other options (including to deregister)

    Note: You can only register the number that you SMS from and SMS charges will apply.

  3. Phone
     1800 248 0772  Register on all 3 Registers
     1800 248 0773  Register on No Voice Call Register
     1800 248 0774  Register on No Text Message Register
     1800 248 0771  Menu for other options (including to deregister)

    Note: You can only register the number that you call from. This number must not be subscribed to caller-ID blocking service.

Tip: If yours is not a fax number, please also add your number to the No Fax Message Register.

You should expect to stop receiving unsolicited telemarketing messages through your registered telephone number 30 days after registration (if you register on or after 2 July 2014) and up to 60 days after registration (if you register before 2 July 2014).

Your registration does not expire unless you terminate your telephone number or if you deregister your telephone number from the DNC Register(s). You may deregister at any time.

- Taken from

Published by Priss on Oct 30, 2013
Category: Singapore Affairs

I couldn’t help giggling while watching the video of the fight between a keychain vendor and the security guard from The Cathay. From various websites, it was said that the security guard told this guy that he could not sell key chains outside of the shopping mall without a permit, and the other guy started to get violent. The security guard has a black belt in taekwando, and the vendor looks like he watched too many Jacky Chan kungfu movies and wanted to bust some moves.

I think what was most commendable, as you can see in the video, was that the security guard was always on defensive stance. He did give a few offensive strikes, but mostly to retaliate the key chain vendor’s advances. It was rumoured on Facebook that the security guard was sacked, however, Straits Times reported that he was sent for counselling. As a counsellor myself, I cannot imagine what will go on during counselling. Unless the plot isn’t as simple as what was reported, otherwise, I think the security guard was just defending himself from the attacker. Perhaps the security guard was harsh or rude to the vendor? I don’t know what exactly triggered the vendor to get violent. Perhaps sending the security guard for counselling is Cathay’s calculated move just in case the public reacts negatively to the video and becomes a PR nightmare for them.

From the comments and consensus from people, I think everyone agrees that the kungfu security guard is actually quite cool ;) To be honest, that should encourage more employers to hire martial arts trained security so we actually feel safe when any fights occur.

Here’s the video :P


Published by Priss on Oct 09, 2013
Category: Advertorials,Friends,Lifestyle

It has been 2 months since I cut my hair and as you can see from the picture, my hair was getting unmanageable! It always does once it reaches shoulder length. Take a look at the amazing job Huifen did for my hair!!! As usual, quote “PRISS” to get 15% discount at Salon de Choix @ Somerset!

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Huifen cut my hair to a short concave bob style that I love so much <3 Then she coloured my hair with a shade of dark ash blonde. The cut and colour took 2 hours in total :D There's this space helmet looking machine placed above my head which steams my hair gently during the colouring process.

photo 3

She added this Moroccan Oil leave in treatment after my hair was blow dried. It smells really nice too :)

photo 1

Super love my new hairstyle! After colouring and cutting my hair, I went to work and all my colleagues praised how awesome my hair looked hahaha… :) That’s what great haircuts do!

photo 2

If you’re looking for Teo Hui Fen or Ben Chen, do make an appointment with Salon de Choix
Salon de Choix
Address: 3 Killiney Road #01-06 Winsland House 1, Singapore, Singapore s239519
Telephone number: 6836 2959
Opening hours: Mon – Sun: 10:30 am – 8:30 pm
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