As promised last month, here’s the review for Liese Bubble Hair Dye in Dark Chocolate.
I got mine from Watsons for RM38. I chose one of the dark shade in hope that I could hide the black roots and so that there wouldn’t be much contrast with my already dyed portion. It didn’t turn up quite the way I want it though. Read on for results.
A little something about the Liese Bubble Hair Dye I got: I realized that it now comes in an improved formula. Its new ingredient include honey that helps to keep hair moisturized and hydrolyzed silk to protect the hair.
Also, this time the after-dye hair treatment now comes in a friendlier amount compare to what they provided previously.
Anyway, I did a quick test before dye-ing my entire hair just for precaution sake. I would recommend doing the test for these reasons:
1. You’ve experienced allergic reaction the last time you dyed your hair, which wasn’t fun at all, really.
2. You haven’t tried this brand hair dyed before or in my case, it’s been 2 years since I last use Liese Bubble Hair Dye.
Plus, most of the stuff for the test is available from the kit so you only need to prepare cotton buds and the test won’t even take a minute.
I did my test_albeit only for 24 hours than the recommended 48 hours_ and thank god I
‘m not pregnant didn’t experience weird mutation whatsoever on my arm. So yes, I gave myself an ‘OK’ to proceed.
Now, for the results!
Here’s my hair before they’re dyed_still in copper-ish orange:
This is what my unruly hair looked like after dyeing. The photos are taken during CNY_just a couple of days after I had them dyed. Happy me was happy ↓
They’re now a few shades darker and have a reddish tone instead of the previous copper one. I really like the color but it didn’t do much in softening up the contrast *sigh*
BTW, I wanted to take another photo to show what they look like now but I look crappy in all the recent shots. Even photoshop didn’t help much so forgive me (≥.≤)
Anyway, here’s what I’ve concluded about Liese Bubble Hair Dye:
What I like about it
♥ From previous experience, pretty shades of color that last. And I haven’t notice any fade of color yet.
♥ The newly improved formula doesn’t have horrible ammonia smell.
♥ Non-drippy bubble foam which means less fuss and mess.
♥ The color is quite even.
♥ Hair feels soft and smooth after dying.
What I dont’t like about it
♣ Didn’t do much to cover up my black roots (≥x≤)
It’s been a month since I’ve dyed my hair, I’m tempted to get my roots fixed, maybe another shade of brown(=A=) Goodness, dye so often by the end of the year I probably would have tried 50 shades of brown HAHAHA
Ending this post with a photo of some of the Hada Labo products I’ve got in my beauty stash. Besides the Tamago Hada lotion(middle), the rest are gifts I’ve received early this month(๑>◡<๑)♡
I’ll be reviewing the TamagoHada Lotion and Air BB Cream soon so if you’re interested in either products, stay tune v(≥vO)