N'Rage Demi Permanent haircolor - Purple

N'Rage Demi Permanent haircolor - Purple


4 reviews

50% would repurchase

Package Quality: 1.5

Price: $$

Package Quality: 1.5

Price: $$


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on 1/17/2015 8:07:00 PM

Age: 19-24

Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool

Hair: Brunette, Curly, Medium

Eyes: Brown

This is the longest lasting hair dye I've ever tried. I don't mean that in a good way. While the name claims that it's "purple plum", you'd expect it to be at least some type of purple color. Nope. At least not right away. I put this over my bleached blonde hair and came out with INK BLUE. While the blue may be flattering on some people, it looked absolutely awful on me. I had to shampoo my hair everyday, sometimes twice a day for, I wanna say a week? a week and a half? for it to even begin to fade. Yeah, that part was tiring and it sucked and I wondered if ANYTHING would get this dang dye out of my hair. But! There was light at the end of the tunnel. When it did actually fade, it was the beautiful purple that I wanted, which is why I'll give it 4 stars. It lasted a really long time before it began fading from the purple, and then when it did, it went to a sort of pinkish color that I actually didn't mind. So it has it's pros and cons, but to me the cons probably outweigh the pros unfortunately. The texture is really, really thick, like WAY too thick. I had to mix a ton of conditioner to get it to a consistency that would be able to easily cover all of my hair. It's extremely pigmented, though, adding all that conditioner did not change the color. I wasn't a fan of the bottle, either. It was difficult to get all of the product out, and I ended up having to saw it open with a knife (yeah, that was a bit extreme, but I HAD to cover the rest of my hair) to get the last of the dye out of the bottle. With all the shampooing and hot hot water and scrubbing that it took to FINALLY get the actual color that it was claimed to be, I definitely would not recommend this as a purple dye. But hey... if you're looking for ink blue hair, give it a shot.

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on 12/2/2014 11:42:00 PM

Age: 19-24

Skin: Dry, Fair, Warm

Hair: Other, Wavy, Coarse

Eyes: Hazel

This is really fantastic dye; lasts a solid three weeks with little fade-out (using a sulfate-free shampoo and cool water, and heat while applying). Smells like bubblegum and applies easily. There's also a LOT of pigment in this, so even for a dark purple you really don't need a lot. The big con of it is that it STAINS EVERYTHING. For at least a week I woke up with purple all over my sheets, my face, and my arms (and forget about having a white shower ever again; even just rinsing my hair leaves stains all over). The bottle design also makes it a royal pain to get out of the container, and I wish it came in a tub.

on 10/9/2011 11:16:00 AM

Age: 36-43

Skin: Oily, Medium, Not Sure

Hair: Black, Wavy, Fine

Eyes: Brown

I use this to cover the grey to get fun streaks of color and wanted to find something that lasted longer than manic panic or glosser type colors like Jazzing or Adore. The woman at Sally's suggested this as a longer lasting color.

The up side is that it is thick and is easy to apply with a color brush to get it exactly where I want it without drips, it is easier to keep off my scalp as well. It also smells pleasant but then again, these demi permanent colors like Jazzing and such usually have little to no odor anyway. The color is intense to say the least. Very bright and vivid

The down side is that once the application was finished and all excess dye was removed and hair is washed and dried, if I touched my dry hair, even with dry hands, to put it up in a pony tail, I end up with purple stains on my hands. Even after a few shampoos, the stuff comes off on my hands. If I shed a little on my bathroom vanity and it is damp or foggy, I get purple marks on the counter so eveytime I brush my hair, I must spritz the counter top with bleach to remove the stain. I now brush my hair outside - thankfully, I live in So Cal and it is not freezing outside.

As for the packaging, it is a good quality bottle however, it is the WRONG type of quality bottle. The thing is so heavy and thick that it is near impossible to squeeze product out that is so thick. It is thick enough that the color should either come in a softer bottle like Fudge Paintbox or in a tub like Manic Panic or Punky Colors.

Now while I am writing this less than a week after coloring, I don't feel it necessary to give it time to see if it is behaving better in a few days. I don't give a damn if a color is amazing; if it stains my hands days afterward like this, it is crap. I normally wash my hair every other day with my shampoo bar BUT this color is so horrific to deal with as it stains my hands every day, that I am going to buy a harsh sulfated shampoo and see if I can strip this out enough so that it stops leaving marks on my hands and counter tops every morning.

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on 8/20/2014 11:05:00 PM

Age: 18 & Under

Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Not Sure

Hair: Other, Other, Other

Eyes: Brown

This dye is on of the best I've used hands down. I have really dark Asian hair and I bleached the bottom half so I could get the purple. I used the splat bleach/dye duo and I found the colour had an OK lasting time. Then I used ultra violet by manic panic and that was OK too. But this dye is the best out of them all c: It has a really thick consistency and turns out verrrry dark if you use it like that alone. I personally like adding a lot of conditioner to it to make it a smoother and easier application. The colour lasts me for about 2-3 months when washing my hair every second day (though that regimen is not super consistent) when you add conditioner it seems to enhance the pleasant sent that comes with the dye itself. The vibrancy of the dye shows after you wash it quite a bit (it also depends on how much conditioner you add to it) The price is great because you only need a little bit to get a bold colour (again, I add conditioner to it) The bottles design is not great because it's hard to get dye out of the intended top piece. I just end up taking the entire cap off and squeezing a little bit into a hair dye bowl. I love this brand of dye and I also use both of their reds and the fuscia :)

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