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on 11/13/2007 7:22:00 PM
More reviews by MichelleInSeattle
Skin: Normal, Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Black, Other, Other
I wanted a dark cherry black color to cover my last terrible dye job, so I purchased Midnight Ruby (Light Auburn Black). I needed two boxes to fully saturate my long thick hair. My experience:Pros: Works fast, I hate hair color that takes 45 minutes to process. Love the color! It's shiny and very dark, and you can see the dark cherry color in the sun. Indoors my hair just looks dark, but not fake! Yay!Cons: Runny and drippy haircolor. This stuff was everywhere when I was done; the floor, the counter, the sink. Be careful! Also, the smell is HORRENDOUS. My eyes were watering so badly when I started on the second box. The pros outweigh the cons in my opinion! Love it!
on 11/12/2007 6:39:00 PM
More reviews by Schip
Skin: Combination, Other, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Other, Other
I purchased this in Espresso for my shoulder length hair. It actually turned one section of my hair into something that felt like straw. The color is also dull and not shiny. My hair was shiny with L'Oreal's Color Moisture Actif and with Excellence cream, so I was disappointed with this L'Oreal product. I can just wait till this grows out and use lots of conditioner.
on 11/11/2007 9:54:00 AM
More reviews by squared3017
Age: 18 & Under
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral
Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine
i absolutely hated this hair color. i paid about 8 or 9 bucks for it, and i felt that it definitely wasn't worth the price. i tried the color brilliant bordeaux. first of all, i nearly passed out because it smelled so bad. also, i like a thicker hair dye, but this one dripped all over the place. when i was done and washed the color out, it looked all right and didn't feel that bad, but i was expecting much more because i paid so much for it. i think my hair was actually shinier before i dyed it though, and the color didn't stay in my hair that well either, it was pretty much gone in about 2 and a half weeks, even though i don't have problems with most other hair colors staying in my hair. overall, i was very disappointed with this hair color and thought it was a waste of money.
1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.
on 11/6/2007 10:19:00 PM
More reviews by Lexx13
Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Neutral
Hair: Blond, Wavy, Coarse
I have used every brand of hair color out there, and Feria is the only one that leaves me with shimmery color. I love the reds, and the blacks. "Brilliant Bordeaux" is my favorite color to use. Of course, after a while this will fade, as with anything. But for healthy shine, I love this color line.
on 10/28/2007 6:33:00 PM
More reviews by DramaPrincess1986
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
The packaging for the Feria hair dyes is so beautiful, but don't be fooled! The colors fade a lot, and fast. I've used this a few times in a few different shades, and never got results that I liked.
on 10/28/2007 6:16:00 PM
More reviews by heh8787
Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Neutral
Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine
I tried this product twice: once with Crushed Garnet, it left my roots a light red and the rest of my hair a reddish brown, it looked horrible. Then I tried Chocolate Cherry to try and cover the roots and even it out. Looked great for a few days, then my roots faded again to a much lighter color than the rest of my hair. It looked ridiculous and I have never had that problem with diy haircolor. Also, it burned my scalp and made my eyes water because the smell was sooo strong. It did make my hair VERY shiny and metallic looking which was neat but I would not buy this product again because of the inconsistency of the color.
on 10/27/2007 9:36:00 PM
More reviews by drbrn_grl
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool
Hair: Brunette, Straight, Coarse
Update -- As I understand usually happens with reds, this faded rather quickly. Six weeks later, I've got what looks like strawberry blond highlights. I did like the look, it just didn't last long. Like so many others, I'm surprised by the negative reviews. I actually really liked this product. I used Chocolate Cherry and it came out great -- exactly like it's pictured on the box. I found it much less drippy than other hair color products I've used; in fact, this is the first time in a long time that I haven't dripped all over the bathroom.The "aromatic ampoule" is mostly just a marketing strategy, but it did cut down on the ammonia smell in the product. I got this on sale at CVS for $7.99, so I thought it was a great deal.
on 10/20/2007 5:47:00 PM
More reviews by edeakin
Hair: Brown, Other, Other
Love the color (at first) but don't like how it looks as it fades, and I don't like the condition of my hair when I use it. On me (dark brown hair -- I always dye it a similar dark brown, or a dark red) this faded in a really flat way. So for two weeks it looks great, and then for the rest of the time it looks monochromatic and dull. And the condition of my thin hair would get dry and stiff with this color. Love the colors, don't like the result.
on 10/18/2007 3:54:00 AM
More reviews by Dollface11
Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
I am shocked by all the negative reviews; I have used several shades of Feria, and have always gotten raves from my hairdressers-- people have literally stopped me on the street to compliment my hair (most of all when I was in my "Chocolate Cherry" phase). My hair is extremely fine and delicate, and I have never had split ends or other damage with this product-- in fact, my hair is bouncy and shiny.With regard to fading: Red dye molecules are larger than other molecules, and therefore, precipitate out of hair shafts faster than other colors. Red is ALWAYS difficult to maintain, especially in a home coloring kit. Three things can help: 1. Do not wash hair for two days after coloring.2. Do not use shampoo with harsh cleansers, especially ammonium lauryl sulfate (harmful!) and even ammonium laureth sulfate, the most common cleanser in shampoos.3. Do not expose colored hair to sun, chlorine (including chlorinated tap water), or other bleaching agents.Also, use the right product if fading is a problem: Not all home hair coloring kits are created equal! Consult the box for the "number of shampoos" it is designed to endure-- also keeping in mind that your hair's porousness can affect that estimate WILDLY!Everyone's hair is different, and how you stress it via repeated coloring, blow drying, product usage, etc. will have a dramatic effect on your success with color. Most of all, if you find something that works with your hair's chemistry, STICK WITH IT! Feria is MY HG home coloring kit-- but everyone is different.Cheers!
4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.
on 10/11/2007 11:15:00 AM
More reviews by dolcefan
Skin: Oily, Medium, Neutral
Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine
I've never had a bad experience with Feria. Like someone posted below, I love that Feria can cover my highlights, then "soften" naturally. I hate when haircolor looks highly pigmented or flat, and the darker brown shades of Feria (Espresso, for example) deepen and enrich my hair w/o being matte or muddy.I must must must add that some of the reviews amaze me. 1. NEVER pick a color because you "like the shade on the box." No haircolor will give you that.....you have the read whether it is a warm or cool tone, bronzing, red etc.... Then compare your natural color or if you already have processed hair. 2. If you have dark brown hair, don't got for the light brown shades.....use the specially made Feria "Hi-Lift Brown" colors instead, because COLOR does NOT lift color (well).... so your results would certainly be a lighter, but a weird & brassy tone. Feria never states it is a highly pigmented, meant to cover 100% grey type of color, so those looking for deeply saturated and heavily pigmented results will be disappointed. It isn't the most perfect haircolor on the market, but it's not nearly as bad if you know what you are using, know what your shade limits are, and know your own hair type beforehand.Finally.... Feria is NOT a metallic dye. It is a semi-permanent color with some permanent dyes. Feria is MIXED by pouring one bottle into another then adding the "scent"...metallic dyes aren't mixed. After the color fades, you're left with a 'stained' version of your hair before Feria, hence why some find it looks orangey, brassy, yellow, or green-ish.
7 out of 7 people found this review helpful.
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