L'Oreal • Feria Haircolor • Hair Color
|Would buy this product again.||49%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Very Oily, Tan, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Hazel
I've never had problems with this hair color. There's always enough solution for my long hair, which is usually my biggest problem with other brands - I end up having to buy two bottles. The color goes evenly onto my hair and I don't have to wait too long to see results.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
I have to put in my 2 cents on this product. After reading the negatives reviews on this site I was afraid to try this stuff. But against my better judgement, I fell in love with the color on the box and decided to go for it. I'm glad I did.
After bleaching and dyeing and highlighting my dark blonde hair for over a year, I decided to go back to something close to my natural color. I chose #73 Golden Sunset, Dark Golden Blonde. The dyeing process was generally drama free. It didn't drip all over the place, it didn't smell overwhelming, and my head didn't start burning. In fact, it felt a little cool. This was obviously from the "soothing aromatic aura" packet in the kit. Of course, right before I went to wash my hair out I looked in the mirror and was horrified to see bright red, I was prepared for the worst. But after everything was rinsed, I was left with a nice, fairly even dark golden blonde shade. I'm utterly impressed, I usually hate the way my hair turns out! This didn't dry out my hair, or leave my scalp any more sensitive than any other dye I've used has. After reading through, and comparing ingredients, I've learned there is nothing in this dye that is any more "metallic", than most other hair dyes out there.
I'm hoping I won't have to dye my hair for some time, since I went back to my natural color. But if I do, I will use Feria again.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I usually buy Garner haircolor product, but i decided to give loreal a try. I figured that Feria would fit me the best, and i was hoping for good results.
The smell was soo strong, stronger than any hair dye ive used that midway of my procedure i almost had a black out. My vision went out for a couple of seconds twice and my breathing gotten really hard.
some experience.. i would never buy it again.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal Hair: Red Eyes: Green
I bought this because I was having trouble finding Garnier 100% color.
I can't remember the shade, but it was a bright red.
The product is rather messy, in my opinon. Not only do you have to mix the 3 bottles of stuff, but after you wash it out, you have to shampoo your hair with the accompanying shampoo TWICE and then use their conditioner. This is time consuming.
I do have to say that the color was amazing and 2.5 weeks later, it's still very vibrant and my roots haven't started showing yet.
I would probably buy it again if I had a coupon or couldn't find any of my other brands/colors.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
ever the optimist, even after reading the reviews i convinced myself that i would be amoung the few people to get good results from this product. However, to err on the side of caution, for the first time in my life, i did a strand test before applying the color.
It's a good thing i did. I had wanted this color to cover up my roots, which i had tried unsuccesfully a few times to get to match the rest of my hair ( natural hair color is medium brown, roots are dark golden blonde, the rest of my hair is medium ash blonde) I picked candied peacan, or dark iridescent blonde, which pretty much matched my roots. My the hair from my strand test turned purple. Light grey purple, but definetly purple. The ash blonde part of my hair especially, but my regrowth was decededly purple too. Uneven, with a bit more gold. Gross! Good grief, it's a good thing i didn't just put this stuff on my head. There is NO EXCUSE why a dark golden blonde (the box looked beautiful of course) should turn PURPLE. It's sunday today, but i am calling l'oreal first thing tomorrow. I better be able to return this. Especially considering it was the most expensive at home color kit the store had. Oy.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Blond, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
I'm not sure how to answer the question, "Would you buy this again?" I am not happy with the results of shade 94 Blush Blonde, which looks gorgeous on the box but came out a darker red. It is not so bad that I feel the need to rush to the salon to fix, but it is just not the color I wanted. I am a natural redhead but wanted to go one shade lighter and a shade brighter (more coppery) than my own color. I think I will go back to Revlon Colorsilk in Strawberry Blonde which was cheaper and gave better results. I strayed because the Colorsilk faded over time and I thought Feria might have better staying power. But I think I would have been better off staying with Colorsilk. Also fumes from Feria made my eyes burn and water and this is without anything getting in my eye. The dye while creamy and conditioning was very messy, requiring me to wash some towels immediately afterward and is hard to wash out. However, the conditioners are very soft. If I bought Feria again I would have to try a different shade or mix two shades together, and for the amount of mess and smell, I guess not.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Green
I bought the midnight ruby shade, and the color was gorgeous. It was the prettiest red shade I've ever had.
The only problem was that it faded. Fast. All of the red was sucked out after a week and I was left with a dark brown that obviously wasn't what I wanted.
I'm not sure if this happens with all Feria shades or just the red I tried, but I wouldn't buy the brand again.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
i'm not buying this again. i bought this in crystal brown, and i have medium to dark brown hair. and this didn't do much. my roots are also brighter than the rest of my hair, and my ears, just.. feel weird.. i think this is what the other reviewers mean by, "burning".. i'm going back to the brand i usually buy. cheaper AND at least the colour stays on!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
im shocked by reading these reviews... i am a natural blonde but i do dye my hair to keep it a real light blonde... however i dont use this on all my hair... i only do my roots and then i use the left over for streaks in my hair... maybe thats why my hair is still healthy and not real damaged...
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
This is absolutely the worst product I have ever used on my hair period. The amount of damage it left me with is unspeakable. Although a natural brunette, I had been a bleach blonde for over 12 years with much success. Getting a little tired of the upkeep and wanting to get closer to my natural color I patiently waited 8 months since my last bleach application, resulting in 2 inches of virgin medium brown healthy hair and about an inch of left over bleached ends. About 2 months ago upon a store clerks recommendation I regretfullyy opted for a box of Feria Sparkling Amber. I have never in my life experienced such damage...not even from perms or bleach. My hair is a disgusting mushy cottony lifeless mess that is very resistant to drying after a wash which at this point I have no option than to air dry. I try going two to three days between washes but am left with a greasy mess after one day. I could understand if my head was all bleach but how could this product have this affect on virgin hair? I have done much research on this hair dye to try to understand what happened and to make a better decision for future processing and have come across many negative reviews and many speculations that this is a metallic dye and may interact negatively with other products which scares me for future processing as i would eventually either like to match my roots and go natural or bleach this crap out and go back to blonde. I am honestly afraid of my hair dissolving completely as I have already lost a large amount of it and have tiny new hairs sprouting everywhere. Luckily I have had my hair short in the past and will be comfortable going down to pixie cut but at best am looking at 6 months of this nightmare of being afraid to wash my hair for fear of it breaking off. if you have fine textured hair...regardless of its condition meaning if its perfect virgin hair...please stay away from this product. I will never ever use this again. If anybody else has had a similar experience and was able to dye over this hairdye to correct the color or bleach it out with success I would love to hear from you. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.