64% would repurchase
on 11/12/2017 10:35:00 AM
More reviews by Janay
This is a review for 4W Warm Brown. I used this product for the first time earlier this week to color my roots and [hopefully] greys until my next salon appointment. The color is just as shown on the box. It was easy to apply and not messy at all. I applied most of the color from the bottle directly to my roots, then pulled it through to the ends, leaving it on closer to 20 minutes rather than the recommended 10. One box of color was enough for my collar-bone length, thick hair. The color looks great, and I see what all of the fuss is about in regards to the conditioner. Only complaint I have is that the grey coverage is almost nil, so I deducted two lippies. But I'm otherwise happy, and the $7 cost didn't break the bank.
on 11/5/2017 6:47:00 PM
More reviews by valmont32677
I have a back up of this (rare unless I really like a product bcoz I am always trying new stuff!). I really do like it. It is crunchy (in a good way!), but that helps the curls. I have 2B/2C hair that requires a hard hold but this is light & crunchy not like you put spiking glue in ur hair. It’s cheap too like $3 & easily obtainable (any grocery store/pharmacy/big box). The nozzle is a little wonky I’ve noticed but it comes out. And it’s CG approved #winning
on 10/31/2017 6:35:00 PM
More reviews by BeccaWillBite
This conditioner is a God send for dry, damaged hair. I have extremely processed hair, this last summer I bleached it from black to platinum blonde, and back to a reddish brown. Got it online, but you can find it at Sally's, have not seen it in drugstores. The price wasn't cheap ($9) for 8.4 ounces, but worth every penny to me. My hair is shoulder length, and I have used this for a month, still have half a tube. The tube is a basic black, with a flip top on bottom. The matte finish helps you hold onto the tube with wet hands. I don't particularly like the lid style. Stored upright, the product leaks into the cap. The cap stores water from the shower, and isn't travel friendly (I travel A LOT.) Haven't seen this in travel size, and repackaging, ain't nobody got time for that. The product itself is amazing! I use it as after shampoo conditioner twice a week, a mask once a week with a reconstructor and as leave in conditioner when my hair feels dry on the ends followed by some Vaseline.(A LITTLE Vaseline on the ends of the hair disguises split ends and seals in moisture.)The fruity floral fragrance is so clean and pretty. I have noticed my color hasn't faded as fast. Usually color locking conditioners fail me, but this one actually worked. My hair is fine textured, and this moisturizes without weighing it down, and it doesn't look dirty quickly. I haven't had to use a smoothing serum as much since I began using this. This is the third Clairol prouduct that has impressed me, I used to think it was a crappy brand from using the boxes dyes in the early 2000's. They have stepped up their game. I will probably use this well after salvaging my processed hair and use it to maintain my regrowth.
on 10/31/2017 7:15:00 AM
More reviews by violaceopes
I'm a rank noob at hairspray. After trying L'Oreal Elnett and being pleased with the results, but figuring I didn't need the UV filter or the US$13 price tag, I decided to try Herbal Essences. I currently have a partially shaved combover pompadour style, and my hair is notorious for not staying in place no matter what it's plied with, so my expectations were minimal. To my surprise, this product actually does the job. The hold isn't as firm as Elnett, but, other than a few flyaways, the combed over part actually stays combed over. I'm not sure how the volumizing claim is supposed to work, but Body Envy doesn't flatten my hair (or make it crunchy, or sticky). The scent isn't anything amazing, just a generic clean/fruity type of scent, but it's not strong or lingering. I think I'll need to try both products in very high humidity and/or outright rain before making my final choice, but, right now, Body Envy seems like the better choice for my needs.
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on 10/29/2017 9:59:00 PM
More reviews by kschultz96
I use this as a stop-gap for when I can't get to my salon to get my roots done, so I can't speak for doing my overall head with this. I'm a base 6 who goes red, and now I have more gray than I want to admit, maybe 40%, so the roots are dire. I mix 6NN with 6RR with the dedicated 20 developer and my roots are covered and blended beautifully with my salon auburn. It lasts longer than the root touch up kits; I mix it all on my kitchen scale so two tubes and 4 oz of developer gives me four root touch-ups. I'm too sloppy to be able to do liquids without a real mess. There is a certain amount of heat during the process but maybe I'm just too old and weathered to care about my scalp. It doesn't smell great but it's freaking hair dye and I expect a little stank with the permanent stuff. It can leave my roots dry, so I add a couple drops of Fredric Fekkai oil to it when I mix it and I deep condition it right after, so that's not a problem. Some box reds get scary and super fake looking--not in that hip way--but this gives me color that makes people assume I'm a natural redhead.
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