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New Sublime Mousse from L'Oréal Paris - an incredible mousse sensation. Application gets easy! Non-drip mousse, no sectioning, no mirrors. Massage on, as easy to apply as a shampoo. Colour gets luscious. Natural-looking and glistening. Permanent colour, blends away greys.
Application gets easy
Be seduced by the simplicity of mousse. Soft, sumptuous, simple. Apply by massaging in like a shampoo. The luscious mousse expands easily around the hair for complete, even coverage. Even difficult to reach places like the back of your head are effortlessly covered. No more sectioning, no more mirrors.
Colour gets luscious
Colour to fall in love with! Natural glistening tones with a healthy-looking shine. Luscious permanent colour results that blends away greys.
FOR BEST RESULT
To be honest, if someone knows a trick to make this hair dye work, please let me know! Haha!
WHY YOU SHOULD SKIP THIS PRODUCT
This was my second attempt with mousse hair dye and after failing with the Clairol Nice n' Easy one last month, I had really high hopes for this L'oreal one. L'oreal is my favourite brand for home dyes because it's the ONLY brand that I find that works on my really dark Asian hair. Most of the dye works really well to lighten my hair, which is why I really wanted this dye to show some results. And of course I had wanted to test it out on JL first to see the results because I didn't want to risk my own hair! Haha!
We bought the darker one of the blonde colours just to see if it would actually lighten JL's hair. He actually want to bleach his hair in the summer to get a silver blonde so he didn't mind testing this colour out for me first. Plus, I want to go lighter in the summer as well so that means I'll have to look for a lighter hair dye than the one that I've been using. However, this mousse dye is NOT it! Here are the photos of JL after I had dyed his hair:
It actually made his hair even DARKER than before! ARGH! We were both quite disappointed thus explains his angry face! Haha! At least the Nice n' Easy one made his hair a little bit red but this one didn't even turn his hair brown at all! =/ However, there are some plus sides to this hair mousse. The formula is much more foamy comparing to the Nice n' Easy one, which means that it's much easy to work this. It's great at lathering up and there's no spill what so ever.
The bottle is also a lot more steardy than the Nice n' Easy one and it actually have a pump. For the Nice n' Easy one, I had to squeeze the bottle to get the foam out rather than pumping it out, which can get really inconvenient if you are trying to dye your hair at the same time. It also comes with a much bigger tube of hair treatment than the Nice n' Easy one, which was two little packages.
So overall if the colour had turned out, I would have had nothing to complain about this product. However, the colour really didn't show up at all. I guess JL would really need to bleach his hair if he ever want to get his silver hair. =/ I, on the other hair, is still on the search to find a hair dye that will lighten my Asian hair without having to bleach it! If any of you can recommend one, please let me know :)
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