Rich creamy brown called Milk Tea Brown. Colors your hair moist, shiny and beautiful. Fresh fruity floral scent. The hair color contains Camellia oil for shine, Silicon for smoothness, Botanical protein for protection from damage. Camellia oil hair essence conditions and moisturizes the color treated hair.
No.1 Hair Color Cream 40g (tube)
No.2 Color Water 80ml
Hair Treatment Pack 5ml
Brush type nozzle
plastic Gloves 1 pair
instruction (No English)
I had such a hard time with the gloves that were provided with the kit because they were just too big for my hands. They were also those really cheap plastic ones instead of those latex ones that you get inside the hair kits by North American brands.
As you can see, the bottle is quite small. This is the mixed formula already and the good thing about the formula is that it is more like a paste texture than a liquid texture. This means that you don’t have to worry about anything dripping onto your shirt when you apply the dye onto your hair.
FOR BEST RESULT
If you have long hair, I would suggest buying at least 2 boxes of the hair dye because there is not a lot of product in one box. My hair currently falls right on my chest and 2 boxes was just enough for a full coverage.
How To Use:
1. Put No.1 into No.2 and shake well to mix about 15 seconds.
2. After shake swith the nozzle to brush type nozzles.
3. Apply the mixture to your dry hair and leave on for about 20 minutes.
4. Rinse thoroughly and use shampoo.
5. After rinse put hair pack.
It contains Camellia oil for shine, Silicon for smoothness, and Botanical protein for protection from damage. Camellia oil hair essence conditions and moisturizes the color treated hair after coloring.
p-phenylenediamine, o-aminophenol, resorcinol, cetyl alcohol, hydrogenated polyisobutene, mineral oil, dimethicone, diphenyl dimethicone, beheneth-5, steareth-2, steartrimonium chloride, stearic acid, dimethicone, camellia japonica seed oil, fragrance, l-ascorbate, sodium sulfite, tetrasodium edta, polyquaternium-6, magnesium sulfate, hydrolyzed soy protein, monoethanolamine, ammonium hydroxide, water, hydrogen peroxide, sodium phosphate, disodium phosphate, etidronic acid, ethylhexyl palmitate, paraffin, hydrogenated polyisobutene, glyceryl cocoate, propylene glycol, water, propylene glycol, dimethicone, butylene glycol, myristyl alcohol, glycerin, camellia japonica seed oil, amodimethicone, cyclopentasiloxane, raffinose, hydroxyethylcellulose, alcohol, polyquaternium-64, laureth-23, laureth-4, steartrimonium chloride, behentrimonium chloride, disodium edta, propylparaben, methylisothiazolinone, methylparaben
WHY I LIKE THIS PRODUCT
Of course, it doesn’t surprise me that the result of the dye was no where near as light as the colour on the box. I think in order for me to get it to that light, I would really need to bleach my hair, which is something that I’m going to try to avoid. However, I am satisfied with this product because at least it was able to colour my roots and surprisingly, the colour matched perfectly to the colour that I had before (That was the L’Oreal Preference Les True Brunette in Ultra Light Ash Brown UL61) So technically, I could have just used this hair dye for touch up instead of a full colour. I am happy to know that this hair dye does work on my really black Asian hair and at least if you have natural black hair, it will definitely make it a few shades later. But of course this didn’t happen to me because my hair was already light to begin with. I didn’t use the comb that came with the kit, I used a contain and brush to ensure that the colour would be more even. I also put on a shower cap for 20 minutes after applying the dye, this allows the heat from your head to further oxidize the hair dye.
Now on to some of the negatives about this hair dye. Aside from the really cheap gloves that came with the kit (mentioned above) and the small amount of hair dye, another annoying thing about the kit is the really Hair Treatment Pack that came with it. Honestly, one package was only enough for 1/2 of my hair! HAHA! So luckily I had two since I bought two boxes of dye. But, the treatment is QUITE amazing! Maybe that’s why they give so little of it! It really does make my hair really smooth and it’s 10x better than the treatment that comes with the L’oreal kit. Other than these 3 things, I don’t have much to complain about.
Overall, I can’t love this product because the colour wasn’t as light as the box. However, it’s perfect for root touch up and it would be great for people with natural dark hair.
Product (3/5) – Just cause the colour is not as light as the box
Ease of Use (4/5) – I would suggest buying a hair dying kit with brush and mixing container to ensure that the colour will go on more evenly rather than using the comb that comes with the kit.
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