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Casting Creme Gloss
L'Oréal Casting Creme Gloss
Member Name: jadelois
L'Oréal Casting Creme Gloss
Advantages: Gorgeous Colour, Minimum fuss
Disadvantages: Quite expesive for an at home colour
L' Oreal Casting Creme Gloss is the latest offering in hair colours and is currently available in 12 shades.
Contents: Tube of colour, Tube of developing creme, Latex gloves, Instruction sheet, Tube of conditioner
Other useful information: An allergy test is recommended 48 hours before application. Not recommended for use on hair which has previously been coloured with Henna (My hair has been dyed with henna previously and I experienced no adverse effects although if you are worried about the effect then I suggest you do not use it)
Preparation: Remove all the contents from the box and punch out the hole in the box side (This will be used to hold the colouring solution when mixed), Dampen hair, Place a layer of vaseline around the hailine, Put the disposable gloves on and then add all the contents of the colour tube to the developing creme, shake well and then break off the cap to prevent the solution bursting, Place prepared solution into box holder.
Application: Read the guidelines for your individual hair type but I personally started by segmenting my hair and applying at the roots, application is relatively clean and easy, continue applying solution all over the hair ensuring the ends are well covered, do not worry if there is solution that is unused as I found this to be the case on my shoulder length hair, leave for 20-25 minutes.
After leaving for the required time, wash your hair thoroughly until the water runs clear but do not use shampoo, as this solution is non drip it tends to take a while to remove it all. After the water runs clear use the creamy conditioner, a dollop tends to be plenty and I got about 8 uses out of it. Dry and style hair as usual.
Price: I purchased mine for £4.49 but the RRP is £7.49
Results: This is the best hair colour I have ever used, it requires a minimum of fuss and gives a glossy rich colour, the shade I used was Light Brown although next time I think I will use Chocolate Gloss.
If you can afford to pay this price for an at home colour then I suggest you look no further than L'Oreal Casting Creme Gloss.
Summary: Gorgeous hair colour that is well worth the price!
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