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on 1/8/2016 8:37:00 AM
More reviews by MonkeyFeet
Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Other, Other, Other
I used this three times now, refreshing every two months as advised in the manual included in the box. The dye is really easy to apply, the instructions are super clear (don't forget to wet your hair before applying it!). It lasts almost 2 months on me ( I wash my hair twice a week at most), but then it washes off.The colour I choose is close-ish to my natural colour (light ashy brown) but nicer. Initially I chose it to cover the blond highlights I put in earlier.After I dye my hair, it looks and feels thicker and healthier, the colour never turns out blotchy or cheap - looking. I also love how L'Oreal started including a bigger bottle of conditioned in the box that lasts me almost 2 months (I alternate it with my normal conditioner whenever my hair needs more moisture).I never dyed my hair at home, but after trying this hair dye I am converted:)
1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.
on 11/28/2015 5:56:00 AM
More reviews by sharpfang
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Black, Other, Other
The color is ok not far from expected but what really disappointed me is that its far from being smooth,soft, and manageable..maybe its shiny... The only consolation is I bought it half the price in the grocery. I won't use it again. I think it burned my scalp or something. I will just stick with my usual color Lolane. They also have no ammonia variant. So much for trying this no ammonia. Its like it burned my scalp and just further damaged my hair!
on 11/1/2015 4:50:00 AM
More reviews by caseymac2
Skin: Normal, Fair, Warm
Hair: Blond, Other, Fine
I colored my hair with this stuff on Halloween and it was truly frightful. I have NEVER had any problems with dyes or reactions. This stuff: A. tortured my hair and made a bunch fall outB. as I was putting it over a perm color, I wanted most of the color on my roots, so as directed put it on my roots for 15 minutes. C. By the time the 15 minutes was up my head was on fire, so I put the rest of my hair for probably less than 5 minutes (which most likely was a good thing). D. It did not cover my white hair at ALL... after all of that! NOT A BIT. DO NOT buy this product for covering up white/grey roots. It is ridiculous. NOT A BIT. E. The color is bad. I went for Chestnut Honey. My hair originally was an auburn from a salon that died down (no pun intended) to a lighter warm red brown. So, I thought that this color would not be too much of a departure and cover my roots. NOPE. The only place that the color stuck was right in front (like two strands in front) and it turned it ORANGE. No other place in my roots did it stick. I am an experienced home hair dyer and this has never happened before. My advice: Steer clear of this stuff! Go with Nice and Easy!
on 7/24/2015 5:35:00 PM
More reviews by Nataliemercer02
Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Other, Other
I brought a mahogany colour a while ago and dyed my hair and it came out a red and I loved it, but they don't do that colour anymore so I went to Casting creame gloss and brought the sane colour it came a little red what I wasn't explacting but it was okay, but it faded really quick, my hair was dyed for about 3 days, and yes I did it right I got my aunty (she's a qualified hairdresser)but today I brought berry red, because I wanted to go a little more red then mahogany its not even a little red, there's like a few highlights and thats when its in a really good light, not expecting this to last long, I'm pretty pissed off, I don't recommend this dye or brand, if that's all it does for the price! Not buying this for the 4 time! Made that mistake 2 before!
on 5/17/2015 5:38:00 AM
More reviews by Georgie1323
Age: 18 & Under
Skin: Oily, Olive, Not Sure
I have had strawberry kiss in my hair for over 8 weeks and I love it! The colour is so intense still! I kinda think it's a little permanent though as it hasn't come out in 28 washes.. Oh well I love the colour so so much! BUY IT YOULL LOVE IT!
on 5/16/2015 8:32:00 PM
More reviews by Heyyy3
Skin: Combination, Fair, Not Sure
I dyed my hair two days ago. I chose the shade Toffee Delice 6354.The packaging was great and the application was easy. However, the results were darker than excepted, On the box, the color was Caramel. My result was Light Golden Brown which is still a pretty color. I would recommend choosing a shade lighter just to be sure. The conditioner was AMAZING. It smelled good and it made my hair super glossy and shiny. Overall, it is a good semi-permanent hair dye. 3,5/5.
on 5/16/2015 3:44:00 PM
More reviews by linuxgirl
Skin: Very Dry, Fair, Neutral
Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium
This is the only hair color that would stick after having years of color buildup stripped out with bleach. It's marketed as a 'semi permanent' color in my country, though it contains low-strength developer and is thus a demi permanent. IT WILL NOT WASH ALL THE WAY OUT. It will change the color of virgin hair because of the peroxide, and some of the color buildup I had to strip was from this line.I used the shade 6.13 Iced Mocha in the hopes to finally mask the orangy-yellow tones in my hair after the bleach. It went a little too dark at first, but that corrected itself within two washes and it was the color promised. Go for a shade or two lighter if this is a concern for you. It worked famously to leave me with a very natural, neutral cool toned brunette.
2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.
on 5/3/2015 8:30:00 PM
More reviews by Neoxie
Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Not Sure
Great product! Smells amazing, leaves my hair the perfect blueish-black shade (I used color Blue black) and doesn't stain - nor coutertops, showers or skin!Will definitely be using again :)
on 2/2/2015 10:50:00 AM
More reviews by celticcavegirl
Skin: Dry, Fair, Neutral
Hair: Black, Straight, Medium
This is a great dye, but you do need to be very careful how to use it to obtain a good resultFirst off, it is not a semi-permanent dye. Lasting 28 shampoos and using a peroxide-containing developer means it is a demi-permanent along with things like L'oreal dia richesse, Garnier herbashine, Ion etcBecause it is a demi-permanent, it may never 100% wash out of some hair typesSecondly, it seems the results also depend on the porosity and prior treatment of the hairThis review is for PLUM and DARKEST BROWN (300)The status of my hair before colouring was this - 24" long, 0.5" of virgin roots in dark ash brown, 12" of brown-black (1c-2) previously coloured hair, and 12" of darkestbrown (2) hair with some old highlights (4). (I did not properly consider the porosity of the ends, given some parts have been bleached, keratin treatments etc)I wanted to fix my roots, and colour the lengths of my hair a dark muted purple. Shade 200, ebony black was the perfect colour for my roots but given that apparently this dye tends to come out darker than the box, I went for 300, darkest brownGiven I'd be applying 2 different colours, one of them would need to be on longer. I decided to let the purple be the one to go on first, thinking if left longer it would just stay purple, rather than leaving the dark brown on longer, as there were reports of going black.The scent of the colour is pleasant, there is a lot of it, and it's not hard to apply. No burning of scalp or eyes, being an ammonia free colour. It does make the hair very tangled though, so it's hard to comb though. I did the lengths of my hair in PLUM first, timing the application over 12" of hair to (in theory) get an ombre effect. Then I put the dark brown on my virgin roots and let it sit an entire 25 mins (instructions said 20)As I started washing it out, I was amazed at how silky my hair felt - even before conditioner!The results were Colour -300 darkest brown, for 25 mins, on virgin roots, came out slightly darker than the box but only very slightly. Which was great, because that's what I wanted. It definitely isn't black. Next time I will go for the 200 ebony black and leave it for 15-20however...PLUM, used on my previously coloured, older ends came out....BLACK. Really black, with a purple undertone visible in the sun. Now they are darker than my roots which is not ideal. So I definitely made the wrong choice in leaving the purple one on longer on my more porous ends!!!Condition - WOW. My hair felt amazing after using this...far better than any other dye including ammonia free ones. My ends are usually dry and somewhat strawlike, and frizz after blowdrying. After using the Casting Creme Gloss, they felt soft, silky and didn't frizz at allMy hair was super shinySo my advice for using this dye is- Plum is darker than the colour given on the box, and will become super dark if left too long- hair porosity affects results- go 1 shade lighter for virgin hair, 2 shades for previously bleached/treated hair, or older hair ends of long hairI will be using this again to create black-purple ombre extensions
on 1/18/2015 1:01:00 PM
More reviews by Oline
Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine
I started dying my hair with casting creme gloss about 1 to 1 and a half year ago, and I was honestly really pleased with the color. I had really boring kind of dark blonde/ light brown hair, and I was sick of it. So I decided to dye it in the color 600 light brown.. But it wasn't light brown it was DARK BROWN! Not the color on the box at all, but I was happy with it. I dyed it every 2-3 months for maybe like 8 months, but last summer I stopped (I think it was July) because I wanted to try out the blonde side, but my hairdresser said that my hair would be way to damaged if I didn't let color fade, or "wash it out" So I waited about a couple of months, and I really wanted to dye it blonde. Until I heard the price.. 3-4.000 DKK (like 600-700 USD)... okay I'm 15, I don't want to spend that much money on hair!So I decided not to go blonde, but I didn't dye my hair darker instead.Now about 6 months after I dyed it with casting creme gloss 600, the color is gone.But because the color is based on red pigments, the reddish glow/sheen is still in my hair when I'm in direct sunlight or in a photo with flash.. IT LOOKS TERRIBLE!!!I'll insert a picture of my hair when it was freshly colored.So yeah, the color washes out but you'll have a sheen or a glow in your hair forever (unless you cut it off) from the pigments the color is based on, and it can look quite horrendous
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