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on 9/21/2017 6:53:00 PM
More reviews by KateLausanne
Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Warm
Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine
I've tried this color about a year an half ago. As many others I was sick of paying 500$+ for highlights at a high end salon without getting exactly what I wanted. I thought I could do it myself. So wrong! I'm used to foil highlights, but I always wanted to have a bit less of them so I've tried to do balayage highlights by myself using Frost and Glow. 1 - the cap will never give a natural or high end looking highlights so I tossed it away directly;2 - balayage (free painted) highlights will always be thicker than foil ones (I haven't thought of that). Coming from the roots with the darker base they look very old school; 3 - at the hairdresser I never see my new color before it's toned, Revlon Frost and Glow came to me as a shock. It wasn't bad, just slightly brassy, way better than any of my hair coloring experiments from 15 years ago, but still... 4 - I used honey shade, it lighten my natural medium brown hair only up to two shades, but it didn't damage it; 5 - it is serious pain in the a** to do a free painted highlights by yourself, the result will never look professional. It will look cute on young girls, but not on people who are older than 25. I think it's an awesome stuff for a young girl who has tight budget but wants to have some cute highlighted strands in her hair. Fun to do with a girlfriend. I wish there was something like this the time when I was 15-20. But now for me it's a pass. I will never again attempt to highlight my hair at home.
6 of 6 people found this helpful.
on 2/23/2016 6:19:00 PM
More reviews by Sierrasaurusrex
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm
Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium
This is a great diy highlight kit. I have medium brown hair with some tiny highlights. I bought the honey shade. I figured this would be good to add some more around my face and a few on the sides and back. I used the cap and poked all the circled holes, and used the larger side on the hook and began pulling strands towards the front. I used most of the circled holes on the face framing section and then I switched to the smaller side of the hook and did a few around the top sides and back. Once I had all the hair out I wanted to highlight I pulled the hair that was not to be highlited in a low pony. I just started slapping the bleach mixture on and then I put on a plastic cap and set a timer for an hour. Since my hair took forever to highlight the last time I highlighted my hair, which was done by a pro, I assumed it would also take about an hour with this stuff. I checked the color every ten minutes or so, hoping I would eventually see the inside of a banana peel color I wanted. After an hour they still looked orange so I was thinking this was gonna look so bad. Not wanting to risk leaving the bleach on any longer I went ahead and washed it off. After I dryed it my hair look AMAZING! The highlights are the perfect shade of golden blonde which I could easily tone but I don't think I will have to. I was completely expecting a crap outcome, but nope, it looked like I spent a pretty penny to have it done professionally. For a $6 highlight kit from walmart I am very impressed! I will definitely repurchase and do a few more without the cap so I don't over highlight the already blonde bits.
5 of 5 people found this helpful.
on 7/8/2015 8:24:00 PM
More reviews by mkinthecity
Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Neutral
Hair: Brunette, Other, Other
I'm in love with my new hair! Better than salon highlights for sure. I have dark brown hair that is box dyed a medium brown. I tried using an at-home kit by Clairol last summer. They turned out okay. I was thinking about getting them done at a salon this summer but wanted to try this kit because of all the YT videos. I wish I tried this first! It's really the best and the results are amazing! I bought the honey/caramel kit. Kept my part how I usually do (to the right side). I used the cap. I left it on for about 50 minutes. I was really nervous and just hoped it wouldn't look terrible. It turned pale yellow. I was scared but hopeful from all the tutorials. I rinsed, washed, conditioned (I bought extra purple conditioner from Sally's) since my hair is really long and dry. The results are really amazing! It took a long time to pull my hair through like everyone warned. I used the smaller hook and did every hole with a circle around it in the face framing and the crown area. I love it! The only other time my hair looked this amazing with highlights was when I got it done in a salon near my college campus in Los Angeles. Ever since then and moving to Boston, they just turned me blonde and it never ended up looking like highlights. I pulled thin strands with the smaller hook. Omg! It looks sooooooo amazing!!!!
on 6/25/2015 9:45:00 AM
More reviews by Catsmeow2324
Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Blond, Other, Other
I don't know why this says the kit is discontinued because I can find it pretty much anywhere. But I hope it's not! This is by far the best at home highlights in my opinion. I always get beautiful butter blonde highlights when using this. My only complaint is the cap. But I usually purchase another cap from sallys
3 of 3 people found this helpful.
on 5/21/2015 4:51:00 PM
More reviews by tonimrios22
Skin: Normal, Fair, Not Sure
Hair: Brown, Other, Other
I tried this for the firs time today and I loved it. I left it in for about 45 min and checked it every 10 min. I only washed it off because I felt like it was getting to light it looked very yellow and I was worried that it would look bad. I washed it off and wow I had a very light brown hair color not its exactly what i want a blond/brown hair color with highlights. THUMBS UP!
4 of 4 people found this helpful.
on 5/9/2015 4:56:00 PM
More reviews by AlexandraRavel
Skin: Combination, Olive, Warm
So I bought the Clairol Nice'n easy frost & tip kit for light to dark brown hair because they were sold out of the revlon Frost & glow kit. I never really tried anything other than the revlon kit so I thought I`d give Clairol a shot. Nope. No good. I will only use Revlon`s frost and glow from now on. The hook it comes with has two different sized hooks - one for fine highlights and the other for thicker highlights. But even the thicker hook picks up nice tiny pieces which makes the highlights much more natural where Clairol`s hook is huge and picks up good ol' chunky-skunky pieces (I actually cut it in half to use it). Revlon`s cap seems to be easier to punch through as well. The colour turns out great and it`s just all around better than Clairol. No wonder it was sold out.
2 of 3 people found this helpful.
on 4/23/2015 7:54:00 PM
More reviews by jasminedesireex
Age: 18 & Under
Skin: Oily, Olive, Not Sure
I never write reviews on anything, but I felt revlon frost and glow deserves it. I am 16, and have tried to highlight my hair myself countless times. and I've ended up with orange hair! I have dark brown hair, & this product amazed me. the cap was a little painful, poking my scalp with that comb. but I came out with wonderful caramel and blonde highlights! I'm very impressed with this product and I will be buying again shortly. (:
7 of 7 people found this helpful.
on 3/24/2015 2:41:00 PM
More reviews by grapes123xo
Skin: Oily, Tan, Neutral
Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine
This does give u nice highlights. The cap is hard to use so i only gave myself some face framing ones. I love it! But i am not sure how people are supposed to pull hair out trough the holes at the back its not easy but i like my result. I threw out alot of the color because i only added some face framing ones. I imagine dying the regrowth will be difficult but i will probably purchase this again.
on 3/14/2015 6:25:00 PM
More reviews by dollirium
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral
Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine
I attempted a balayage highlight technique with this and I'm writing this to anyone who is also considering doing it as when you search on youtube for diy balayage this kit comes up a lot. I started with about 5" root growth of virgin medium ash brown hair, the ends of my hair were sort of a combination of platinum, gold and a honey color. Basically I grew out my bleached blonde hair the last year and a half. It pulled off a slight ombre look and I was very sick the last year and a half with a few surgeries done so I really didn't care a huge amount about my hair, I wore a lot of hats. Now that I'm ok, Woot! But with very little funds now I decided to give this product a shot. After reading all the great reviews and studying many a youtube video on how to use it to do balayage highlights with revlon frost and glow, I figured that could soften up the top of my hair color to hair-paint a bunch of streaks down to the light ends. I used my own gloves and did not use the highlighting cap. Eventually I even took the gloves off and just used my fingers for precision. Maybe I didn't leave it on long enough but it came out uneven on me..with a lot of brass. My bang portion which I put the most product on and where I wanted to lighten the most barely showed anything but brass, while right next to it a large orange blotch. On one of the youtube videos she explained that you can keep your excess product and do it again to fix any mistakes..I had only used about 1/4 of the product by that time anyway. I know about bleach and how my hair takes to it, when I used to be platinum stylists would have a hard time lifting with 30 volume peroxide..If I would have remembered that maybe It would have been safe to keep this on the maximum 60 min, because it is a super low volume. I did it again right away, It lifted better this time. I had to keep applying because this stuff dries fast and bleach stops lifting when It's dry..It came out a light reddish brown but other sections were so brassy and gold my hair almost looked worse then when I started. Thank goodness I had some Goldwell pearl gray toning mousse lying around and drenched my hair in it. That helped..So if you do this and It is too brassy remember that. One good thing I can say about this is it did lift my stubborn bottom layer which was a goldish red to a level up just gold..so it took to the toner beautifully. I hated that layer but also didn't want to go crazy bleaching it with a strong product because it is my length. I figured using this product on that area would be safer, and it was. All and all, this product did not work for me..To be fair I definitely did my own thing with it. I assumed my hair was perfect for it, It was virgin where I put the most product.. it was a light/medium ash brown with no red. It's not like I started with years of black dyed hair. I did have the blonde ends but I was very careful not to overlap. My bangs were totally brown and virgin and this took two times to notice anything, the 2nd time I left it on a full 45 min. I do like how it is gentle and I don't feel like I fried my hair or anything. I'll probably have to go get it fixed at a salon eventually after I give it a rest..It's too bad. I'm going to be toning like crazy for awhile to keep the brass at bay..It's pretty bad.
4 of 5 people found this helpful.
on 3/13/2015 6:14:00 AM
More reviews by Melkayy24
I've had blonde highlights done professionally for 2 years until my whole hair was blonde. I went to my high-end salon and finally asked for an all over bleaching to get platinum blonde hair. Since my hair was already light blonde with roots, I thought the processes won't be hard. $500 later and 4 bleach sessions in 1 sitting my hair was an orange disaster! I waited a few months and bought the Frost and Glow Platium, and it made my hair white blonde with no brassiness! It was the brightest my hair has ever been and my hair wasn't damaged at all after using this. I did use 2 boxes to cover the top section of my hair and ended up with a beautiful platium blonde hair color with some lowlights from the previous bleaching job at the salon. Love this product!!
1 of 1 people found this helpful.
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