Garnier Herbashine Fortifying Creme Coulourant Reviews
Product Type: Garnier hair care products
Newest Review: ... inside the box) into a cylindrical squeezy bottle with a pointed tip. I was able to use this bottle to squeeze the dye quite ... more
Customer Garnier Herbashine Fortifying Creme Coulourant Reviews (23)
by - written on 13/03/11 (Very useful, 974 readings)
Garnier Herbashine is a semi-permanent hair colouring with Bamboo extract promising shiny radiant colour and fortified hair. Notably it does not contain ammonia. Over the years my hair has been every colour under the sun. If you flick quickly through a photo album of me over the past 15 years it will create a rainbow. I haven't dyed my hair for a while now as I know how much of an ordeal it is to get your hair back to it's natural colour. I certainly did not want to be back at the point where I was at the mercy of hairdressers at the sign of roots coming through so thought I'd try a semi permanent colour to give my hair a bit of a home made overhaul. Gernier ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/04/10 (Very useful, 2679 readings)
Well, firstly I must begin this review by saying that I have never before dyed my hair, and as much as I have always wanted to, I have always been nervous of dye products after hearing horror stories of them going wrong, and it was because of this that I did a lot of researching about this product before using it. I had heard about this product's main ingredient being bamboo and how it strengthens the hair, it does not contain ammonia, and people who had used it said that they had good results and it was easy to apply etc. so after much consideration I decided to take the plunge and try it out! I purchased the dye in "Red Mahogany" which is a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/02/10, updated on 28/02/10 (Very useful, 2686 readings)
Garnier Herbashine Fortifying Creme Coulourant has bamboo extracts in it and this claims to make your hair stronger and more flexible. It also claims to give you a shiny, radiant colour, and also cover any grays if needed within 10 easy minutes. I use Garnier Herbashine Fortifying Creme Coulourant one every 3 or so months. I use the Black-Brown colour and this has to be my favourite colour they do. I have natuarlly lightish brown hair and I have wanted to dye my hair dark for ages, so when I found Garnier Herbashine Fortifying Creme Coulourant, I was a bit worried about if it would really make my hair black (because most brands I have used do not give me the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/10/09 (Very useful, 1874 readings)
I purchased the Garnier Colourant (colour specified as light golden Brown) Like most I couldnt be bothered with the whole strand test situation and decided I would go freeflow garnier provides you with a nutrisse cream (colour of your choosing) along with an applicator bottle of your choice. So basically you mix the colour with the bottle b. so A& B together. Relatively straight forward with a shake it was all mixed up My hair is well below shoulder length and I was worried there wouldnt be enough to cover my full head of hair. I have to say not only did it cover all my hair when applied it came out in a kind of gel style and also white so you could see ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/04/09 (Very useful, 7895 readings)
I first saw this hair dye advertised in a magazine and really wanted to try it, but the next day when I went into Boots and saw it on special offer, I decided it was fate. The universe wanted me to dye my hair, and it wanted me to use Garnier Herbashine. The dye comes in a range of 16 shades, ranging from blonde, through to browns, reds and the darkest shade 'brown/black.' It is also suitable for covering grey hair. In the box you get a pair of gloves, a tube of colour cream, developer milk, a conditioning shine treatment as well as an instruction leaflet complete with diagrams. The gloves supplied with the dye are those very poor quality ... Read the complete review
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