Product Review: TRESemme Thermal Creations Heat Tamer Leave-in Spray

4/29/2014 09:45:00 AM

Do you blow dry, flat iron, or curl your hair almost everyday? Are you looking for the best heat-protection spray in the market? Here's something you might want to try.

Product Details:

This heat protection spray stands up to flat irons and curling irons by guarding against heat and friction, leaving hair shiny and enviably soft.

How It Works:

THE FORMULATION: This heat protection spray, with a moisture-locking vitamin complex, is heat-activated to guard against harsh styling damage.

THE EFFECT: Transforms hair textures for enhanced flexibility, shine and softness—all while taking the heat and holding your shape.

How To Use:

1. Spray liberally 6-8 inches away from mid-shaft to ends. The trigger spray offers easy misting
2. Use both on damp hair before you blow-dry and on dry hair before curling or flat ironing to shield hair from damaging heat
3. For the ultimate protection against heat styling damage, use with the new TRESemmé Thermal Creations Curl Activator Spray and TRESemmé Thermal Creations Mousse


  1. Budget friendly (bought at for less than Php300 or around $6.50)
  2. Lightweight packaging
  3. Easy to use - spray doesn't clog and doesn't break easily
  4. Spray Mist - gets you more coverage in one pumpSmells great
  5. Doesn't feel heavy on the strands, not sticky/greasy
  6. Tames baby/short hair and lessens static after blow drying
  7. Gives a lustrous and soft finish
  8. Can substitute for light hold hairspray
note: effect may vary depending on hair type/health/length

1. Not yet available in local department stores and groceries (haven't checked Landmark Makati though, this is were I find some of the TRESemm√© products I cannot find elsewhere)
2. Can overpower the smell of your shampoo/conditioner

Overall Rating:

Call Center Bloopers

Call Center Comedy Batch 4

4/02/2014 11:48:00 AM

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By now you should have known the reason why I post this topic. Just in case you missed the first three, here they are:
Part 1 Click HERE
Part 2 Click HERE
Part 3 Click HERE

P.S. I understand that nobody is perfect, and I am not mocking people for their mistakes as I too have my own. This is purely intended FOR AMUSEMENT ONLY. If you want to have a good laugh, scroll down and read through.

Call 1: Opening Fail
Agent: Thank you for calling! Can I have the name that you are calling about?
Customer: Uh… I don’t think I’m calling about a name.

Call 2: Accessorize much?
(while waiting for the PC to boot)
Customer: So I assume you’re a young lady judging from the sound of your voice. What are you in to these days dear?
Agent: Oh! I’m going crazy over bracelets and earrings right now.
Customer: Oh my. Have you seen the latest line from (brand)?
Agent: Yes! I love their bangling!
Customer: What?
Agent: Their B-A-N-G-L-I-N-G.
Customer: Hmmm. I do not know what that is!
Agent: I’m sorry. I meant Bangles and Dangling Earrings.
Customer: Bwahahahahahhahahaah!

Call 3: Assurance Fail
Customer: Ok. I will do that. Please don’t hang up while I’m checking my telephone jacks. The last two calls I made got disconnected while I was doing this.
Agent: No. I will Sir.
Customer:  Whaaatt? You will?

Call 4: Simple Fail
Agent: May I simply ask for your DSL number so I can simply pull up your account here?
Customer: 1234567890
Agent: It simply shows here that you called two days ago because you simply lost your connection.
Customer: (sarcastically) Oh, is that simple?

Call 5: Sentence Construction Fail
Customer: Is it cold where you’re at right now? It’s freezing over here.
Agent: No. It’s not as cold as you.

Call 6: Sentence Construction Fail
Customer: I’m sick and tired of having internet connection problems!
Agent: I’m sorry for the inconvenience. Let me take a look at it for you.
Customer: I’m sorry, I’m not personally mad at you. It’s just been so frustrating to have this problem over and over again.
Agent: It’s ok, no need to apologize. I understand how frustrating you are.

Call 7: The Great Escape
(Consumer Lines newbie agent answering the call)
Agent: Thank you for calling! My name is Joe. How can I help you?
Customer: Yes hi. I’m calling to upgrade my service.
Agent: I see here that you have a Business Account, not a Consumer Line. Is that right?
Customer: Yes. I’m guessing you’re a consumer lines representative?
Agent: Right.
Customer: Alright, please transfer me to the right person.
Agent: Sure. Is there anything else I can help you with?
Customer: Oh yes before you transfer me, can you tell me what’s the difference of a Business account versus a Consumer Account?
Agent: <gulp> Uhm… Let me just transfer you to billing, they’d be happy to answer that question fo you. <long beep>

Call 8: Phonetics Fail
Customer: Can you spell that for me?
Agent: Sure. It’s G, like Juice. E like…
Customer: Wait what?

Call 9: Affected vs Infected
Agent: Thank you for calling! My name is Joe. How can I help you?
Customer: I lost internet connection after that crazy thunderstorm.
Agent: Oh maybe that’s the cause of the problem.
Customer: Yeah, can you find out?
Agent: Sure. Let me check if you’re infected by an outage.

Call 10: New Office Hours
Agent: Is there anything else I can still help you with?
Customer: That’s it thank you!
Agent: No problem. Thank you for calling, we’re open 24 days, 7 hours a week.
Customer: Huh?!?

Click HERE to read Part 5 of this series.
Click HERE to read Part 6 of this series.

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