kikay

Metrosexual men

While some women can be considered “kikay,” what exactly do we call their male counterpart? Our generation happens to coin a term especially for them – “Metrosexual Men.” They even carry their own kikay kits with them. Open it up and you’ll see not just toothbrush. But cologne, gel, powder, et.al. True! But this does not imply that they are gay. Well, these are straight men, only they choose to pamper themselves a wee bit more.

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Sugarbunnies Now Available at Gift Gate

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Popular and innovative Sanrio, known for creating staples in everyone’s childhood such as Hello Kitty, My Melody, The Little Twin Stars and more, is happy to introduce the Sugarbunnies to the Philippine market.

The Sugarbunnies, were created by Sanrio in 2004. Hana Usa and Momo Usa are twin sisters who bake delicious treats for people with special dreams and wishes because, when the treats are eaten a magical thing occurs!

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Kikay Corner’s Organic Thanakha Online Store is Now Officially Open

Please click this link to go directly to KIKAY CORNER’S ORGANIC THANAKHA ONLINE STORE.

Kikay Corner is now proud to be an official distributor of Organic THANAKHA. Thanakha is an all in one skin care product that is therapeutic, an agent of restoration and a protects against harmful sun damage.

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Feel free to email KikayCorner at kikay@kikaycorner.net.  Retail price is PhP750 or USD$17.  Payment via G-Cash, Bank Deposit (BDO or BPI) or PayPal. Kikay Corner delivers Organic Thanakha to anywhere in the Philippines via Air21 (shipping fee @ P80) and internationally via Fedex (shipping cost will depend on your location)


A Polished Canvass

This is basically what every woman wants. A clear, blemish free skin. Here is an alternative to the not so brave to go under the knife like myself. A non-invasive diamond peel right from your very own home.

The Polishing Peel by NuSkin will give you that smooth lift without the sting. It is an extract from pumpkin that is designed to lift out dead cells giving your face that bright and glowing peel. It banishes the dullness and leave skin smooth as silk. Ideally, this should be used three times a day. I used to but I personally have used this just once a week. It is gentle to the skin unlike the more popular facial scrubs. This is not a paid advertisement.

I know I would be maximizing the benefits if only I use it three times a week. But to be honest, my face feels revitalized, translucent every single time I use this. It can be pricey, though. But it would be worth the try, rather than going through invasive procedure, which I will not go through, if I can help it. As “kikay” as I think I am, I am not that brave yet and would still consider myself towards the more “conservative” league. Maybe when I hit midlife or something. But that would be another story. 🙂

T. LeClerc Has Got You Covered

Why would I even be surprised when the mother of all face powders turns out to be the best in the market? T. LeClerc history dates back to 1881. A pharmacist concocted the formulation that suited all kinds of complexion of women the world over.

 

This face powder really has you covered. I have mine in Yellow Banane. That’s as weird as it gets, the name that is. When you get your face covered – it’s texture is incredibly light and silky. The seamless matte finish is just to behold. This is really a biggie for “kikays” from our humid land. You will always get that amazing glow as it controls the oilies like no other face powder can. For that porcelain, flawless look it will be T. LeClerc for me and no other.

Kikay: What’s In A Word? ("Kikay" Defined)

The term “kikay”started to flourish and began as a lingo to describe someone who is flirtatious back in the late 90’s, practically coined by the Generation X. It has since then evolved to defining someone who is flirtatious to someone who prefers and loves everything girly, pink and sassy.

I have seen that this terminology has not yet saturated the net despite of its reputation of vast eloquence on just about every definition. Clearly, there is no definite meaning attached to it. You can check out for yourselves and Google it and you will find none. You will be directed to several websites carrying the term, the prevailing spot for the term that I go check from time to time is Kikay Exchange or if you opt to go check with wikipedia’s, several names (mostly local actresses) whose names are attached to the term “kikay” will result from the search. There is really no clear distinction but the mere description of someone or something “kikay”. Everything pink, girly and sassy.

Anyone out there who has got a better meaning to it? Feel free to drop in your thoughts.