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How To Color Your Hair With L'Oreal Paris Casting Creme Gloss Hair Colors





 

How To Color Your Hair With L'Oreal Paris Casting Creme Gloss Hair Colors


So I took the plunge finally. I fretted over it for weeks. I went back and forth on my decision. And well finally just went for it and colored my hair :)

I generally go for a rebonding/straightening treatment once a year and hence to give respite to my hair from harsh chemicals, I stay away from hair color... However, my greys were causing to be a huge issue and I finally gave in and embraced color :) All thanks to L'Oreal Paris Casting Creme Gloss Ammonia Free Hair Colors...


So here's a tiny little "how to" for you if you have been planning to color your hair at home as well...

The color I used is from the Chocolate Factory range by L'Oreal Paris Casting Creme Gloss and is called Black Ginger. Sounds exotic doesn't it? ;) The shade has a reddish tinge and even though it isn't visible in a full blown sort of, it seems to come alive in the sunlight and make you look all made up with Big Hair! If you know what I mean...









 

Price of L'Oreal Casting Creme Gloss Hair Color

It costs INR 545/-

The L'Oreal Casting Creme Gloss Hair Color Kit comes with the following items:
1. Developer Cream
2. Cream Colorant
3. Nutri-Shine Conditioner
4. A pair of plastic gloves


Even though the instruction pamphlet comes with extensive instructions, I'll still go through the process that I personally followed.

Procedure
1. I skipped the patch test that the instruction pamphlet stresses on. I suggest that you *must do* the patch test to be on the safer side, especially if you have sensitive skin!

2. I emptied the Cream Colorant tube into the Developer Cream bottle. The easy way to do this is by going on squeezing from the bottom of the inverted tube, so that you don't waste any color. Refer to the image below for illustration.



3. Next, close the Developer Ream bottle tightly and shake it as your life depends on it :) This will mix the developer and the color homogeneously and hence result in better results.
Once you are satisfied that the stuff's blended well, cut off the tip of the developer cream bottle.




4. Wet your hair (wet hair as opposed to dry hair helps in spreading of color better) and part your hair in the middle. Create sections in your hair and after wearing the plastic gloves, start applying the color-developer mixture by squeezing the bottle lightly.

5. I left color in my hair for about 15-20 mins and then washed it off with luke warm water.
Next I applied the conditioner that came in the kit, kept it on for 4 mins and then washed it off with cold water.

And voila! My hair was colored! Was it simple or what!




What I really loved about the whole process?
1. It was so simple to do it! No hassles, no mess and the whole process was over in like 30 mins (including washing time)!
2. My greys are covered like I never had any!
3. The color imparted an overall healthiness to my hair. My hair feels soft, volumized and looks very glossy



You can do so much with coloured hair! Check out some trends on Get The Look.
 

So would try coloring your hair at home?


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