MISSHA - Long Wear Cream hair coloring [10N SAND BROWN] - Review (on colored hair)
I had red hair that I previously dyed back into black but the color was wearing off, so you could see red-ish and blonde-ish hair. I decided to make it even by doing a new coloration.
I picked Sand Brown color by MISSHA, a brown color that could go ash depending of your hair color. To be honest, this is part of my hair project, I want to lighten my hair color little by little then bleach it. We all know that it's hard to bleach black hair, so maybe this process would make it easier.
I saw few people do that, I'll try it and let you know later if it worked! :) Stay tuned!
Included in the box a hair coloring brush, the plastic thing to be use as a container to pour the hair coloring cream. Thoughtful and easy. I like it.
As usual there is of course a pair of gloves and a plastic sheet to cover yourself.
I like how Korean and Japanese do that, you know, giving you the full set.
(cuz French don't do that, they just throw a pair of gloves and I know that my friends and I used to look for a bag, cut a hole to use that as protection sheet to cover ourself...)
Before the coloration:
After the coloration:
As you can see... we can still see the color beneath that coloration, it doesn't make a perfect cover for colored hair...
But I got a pretty and even color for my roots!
Here is a picture with natural light:
(few weeks later)
Pros: - Last forever (like any Asian hair color, LOL, magic)
- Doesn't smell bad
- Doesn't damage your hair
- Work very well on dark virgin hair
Cons: - Do not really cover well-colored hair
- The cream is a bit hard to apply, being very.. thick
Even though the coverage is not really perfect, I really like using Korean hair coloring because it doesn't damage your hair, and the product doesn't smell like a dead rat (because trust me, I've tried products that make your eyes sting, cry and smelling like dead rat... very unpleasant).
Plus the price is about the save than what I would find in my supermarket, so for the quality, it's worth it! (at least in my opinion.
I got mine on Jolse for about $10 with free shipping. :)
I hope that review was useful to you!
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