I admit it. I prefer to dye my hair at home. WHAT?! A beauty product lover who doesn't go to the salon to take care of those roots??!?!?!? I know, It's hard to believe. Since that first time a dash of color hit my locks when I was 16, I never looked back. This of course brought on many shades over the years. My natural hair color is a very dark brown and I've been dying it black for quite a few years now. Well, imagine my surprise to learn there is a NEW and EASIER way to take care of my at home hair color. Enter in: L'Oreal Paris Sublime Mousse by Healthy Look. At first, I thought…..no way…..a mousse that will color my hair the same as all other products (including L'Oreal….I've always been a fan of L'Oreal Feria) have done over the past. A mousse that is as easy to apply as shampoo?! Yes, my Pretties. It exists!
As I was applying this dye, I couldn't help but notice there was no harsh ammonia smell and yes, it's true…….it applies just as easy as applying your shampoo. There was absolutely no mess….no drips…..no accidental spills on my bathroom tile (which I'm notorious for). No color on my forehead or the top of my ears or even on the back of my neck. There was hardly color on my gloves! How could this be possible? Surely, this couldn't be working. I kept thinking, will I receive the shiny beautiful black that I am used to. Will it be as vibrant? Will it look fake?
I think the pictures below tell the TRUE story
I am absolutely in love with this product. My hair color looks natural and shiny. Did I mention how easy this was?! Want to see how easy this is for yourself? Check out this video! -> http://bit.ly/gDOTD0
If you color your hair at home, I highly recommend this product. Check out this link for a $3 off coupon -> http://bit.ly/eDTkw0
Based on a 2009 Nielsen report, L'Oreal Paris was the #1 Haircolor brand. They currently have 96 HairColor patents and 4 Haircolor Research Labs Worldwide. L'Oreal began as a haircolor company in 1907 and launched it's first haircolor in the US in 1970.
(“Disclosure: These are my own opinions based on a free review sample of this product that was provided by L’Oréal Paris via Glam Media.”)