Good morning!! Hope you guys have a good Sunday :). Today I bring to you a novel concept from Korea – bubble hair coloring. Sounds exciting no….There is something about bubbles that reminds you of childhood. Well let’s see how this product works and what it did for me.
The pack contains a 2 solutions – one is in a baggie and another in a dispenser bottle named 1 & 2 respectively. Apart from this you get a Silky Treatment which is basically the after color conditioner, a set of gloves and something I liked a plastic sheet which you could drape on your shoulders sort of like the small ones you often see in the salons. They include a pamphlet in the pack but it is in Korean so no help there. They do however have some instructions in English on the side of the box.
Ok so it was not clear on the box if your hair should be dry or wet before you use this so I choose it to be dry. Remember like most hair colors you do not put it on freshly shampooed hair. Wait for a day or two before coloring. Now you put the solution 1 into the bottle ie is 2 and shake it to mix. Then using the pump you dispense out the bubbles on your palm and then spread it evenly on your hair. There was very little solution in both the packs but when mixed together there was a whole lot of bubbles. I mean me and my mom both used it and there was still a bit left. Not that either me or my mom has a lot of hair you know but I still think that 2 people with medium length hair can use it at once. When we share the usual color kits mom is able to cover all her hair and I just get some to do my crown area.
At first it seemed like nothing was happening but adding layer upon layer of product the bubbles started building and covering the scalp and their color was getting oxidzed. There was no ammonia smell which is expected as it is supposed to be an ammonia free product plus there was no other smell as well. The areas of the skin which got a little color were easy to clean off with some water with no staining left behind. After 30 minutes of use it was time to wash it out with some plain water.
Now came the treatment which was supposed to be left in for 2-5 minutes. Voila! Soft and nicely colored hair :). My mom found it a little drying but it felt fine to me. In fact I felt that it left my hair quite soft. All the grey was properly covered and I saw some shine in my hair. All in all it was really a fuss free simple way to color hair. I didn’t have to put in too much effort rather I didn’t do anything to part my hair and then cover sections individually. I just put it on both for me and mom like using shampoo. The texture of the product did all the work and covered all the hair evenly and properly. It was much faster than the usual do-it-yourself coloring kit.
|The color under artificial light|
I really liked the simpleness and ease of use of the product. The only thing that remains to be seen is the lasting power. Usually the ones without ammonia don’t last very long and you need to retouch within a month. But yes this is still something that I would order again. Price is $13.42 (Rs. 720/- approx). I bought it from the Cosmetic Love site which I have reviewed HERE
|Color under sunlight|
Hope you all liked the review. Please do leave your comments and suggestions below. Have a fab day! Take care.
Would you purchase it again? – Yes I would.
Would you recommend it to your friend? – Yes.