Unlisted Brand • Sun-In - Highlighting Spray • Hair Color
|Would buy this product again.||69%|
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Other, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I love this product. A friend of mine recommended it to me, and I ended up buying the tropical one a couple years ago. My hair is already pretty light but with this product I get an amazing sun kissed color. Also the amazing scent of this product is a plus too!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I've used 2 bottles of this product, but in the other scent. I have medium-dark brownish hair and I got compliments with this. Since I have brown hair, it gave my hair a kind of reddish tint, that actually looks really cool.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
I have natural blonde hair that used to be very light when I was younger and has darkened as I've gotten older. I was just going to use lemon juice to help lighten my hair this summer but this product has that (if you get the lemon kind) and the other natural ingredients that are known to lighten hair as well. I already have natural highlights so I just use this for an overall lighter look. Sun-in is like changing your hair over time instead of immediately changing the color. It is more subtle. If you want to actually change the color of your hair, you should use a dye. If you just want to brighten your hair a little, this will probably work for you but it is no magic potion. I use this after a shower and spray my hair in 3 layers. I blow dry it and then plan to hang out in the sun for a while. I used it 2 days in a row to kick start it and plan to take a couple days off before doing it again but I will still spend some time in the sun to keep it working. After 3 days my hair looks a lot more golden and more vibrant. So far I'm happy with it but I did not get the great results as shown on the bottle after 2 days. It will take a little longer but I'm okay with it being a gradual change.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
Brunettes or just dark haired ppl STAY AWAY from this. I used it once at the beach and was left a red hair for months... It actually made me laugh cuz of my naiveness I mean how could I possibly think that a spray would change my brunette hair to blonde?!
Anyways... besides that I didn't like the smell either or the cheap bottle it comes in.
Maybe if your're a natural blonde it will work on you...
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Grey
Only use this product if you are already a natural blonde. Do not use this product to dye your hair blonde if you are a brunette.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Other
LOVE this! I have med. blonde hair & this makes my hair very lightly streaked with pale blonde highlights. Have to use A LOT of it and use it often, but it does work!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
I have been dying my hair with sun in since the 9th grade. I have naturally dirty blonde hair. It definitely grows out and makes my hair a million colors, so its not the classiest thing in the world but it goes from this natural sunkissed summer hair to a darker blonde in the winter. I've been using it so long, though, that the ends of my hair are now bleach blonde. I'd recommend spraying your roots instead of your tips since the product will inevitably drip to your ends. Really great and I'll continue purchasing this. I have actually seen my hair become nicer with sun-in and when I don't use it in the winter my hair is definitely yuckier.
I'm sure I'll start getting it professionally highlighted when I'm older and need to be a bit classier.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I've been using this product in my hair for years. Just how others said, it should only be used on natural blonde or light brown hair, otherwise it'll turn very brassy. I have naturally dirty blonde hair and I use this product to keep it a medium golden blonde. I use a blow dryer to activate it, and it works pretty well. I would suggest doing it a few days in a row to get the desired color. Also, once you get the shade desired I would not put the product on the ends of the hair, only the roots to do touch ups (if you use it on your whole head like I do). The only thing that bugs me with the packaging is sometimes the little cover for the nozzle falls off and the spray gets jammed. Besides that this product is great and a good price.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Grey
Honestly some comments are just useless. People keep complaining about how it "damaged" their hair while using it with hair straightener let alone blow dryer. Well flash news for all of you girls hair straighteners can go up to 170C so of course with peroxide on your head your hair will end up brassy and fizzy or whatever you call it. Don't trash the brand if you can't abide the product's nature of use.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Fair, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
Okay, if your are blonde, go for it. It will work well for you. Everyone else, run in the other direction. Trust me.
I have light/medium brown hair, and i used it for a few weeks a two summers ago. It turned my hair a horrible brassy orangish color. And i didn't really notice because it was gradual. It seems to be working beautifully at first. Key words 'at first'. But man, was it bad. So i immediately stopped using it.
Then, at the end of the summer i went to have my hair cut, and colored, to cover up the orange. The colorist immediately recognized that i had used sun-in. And here's what she told me- Sun-in is a metallic-based hair color. Which means it's absorbed into your hair. Permanently. It doesn't wash out. And Sun-in is heat activated, which means every time you straighten, or curl, or blow dry, or go out into the sun, the sun-in continues to damage your hair. Forever. Until you cut it out.
So, blondes, it wont turn your hair orange. it will give your your desired color, but it will damage your hair. proceed at your own risk.
EVERYONE ELSE- Never even pick up the bottle. i promise you that you don't want to. It took over a year and a half to get the orange completely out, and that included cutting my long hair up to my shoulders.
In conclusion, just do something else. Lemon Juice works well.