Tuesday, 31 January 2012

John Frieda Precision Foam Hair Colour

We were recently sent the John Freda Foam Colour range to try.  Now we're both redheads and do tend to keep our hair natural.  However our younger sister Hana, loves to try out different colours on a regular basis.

So in steps Hana,

But first some info,

"Like the rest of the Precision Foam Colour range, the new products offer salon-beautiful colour results from the comfort of your own home. The revolutionary non-drip foam spreads easily from root to tip and delivers 100% grey coverage, to leave you with nothing but shiny, natural-looking results."

The new shades are:
  • Black
  • Medium copper brown
  • Ash brown
  • Ash blonde
  • Burgundy
And because I like to be a bit bolder with my colour I went for the Burgundy.

This is my starting colour,

I'm a natural blonde, but at this point I had been growing out a coffee brown shade.

So on to the application,

1. Mix 1 and 2 together, and wait for it to start foaming up,

2. Make sure to use the gloves,

3. Apply all over and ensure an even coverage,

End result,

Have to admit the coverage isn't great, but thats more down to me.  Really should of striped my hair first!  There was a lot of different colours built up which has affected the application.  However the application was quick and easy, with very little mess and the colour left my hair very soft!

Need to try it out again, but strip my hair first!

There is a selection of videos now up on the John Frieda You Tube channel which shows you how simple the hair dye is to use http://youtu.be/_BIpxljmLLY

Also six lucky women are already sporting these new shade; you can see their transformation in these videos and pics over at www.facebook.com/johnfriedauk. As you'll see the results are stunning!

Finally keep your eyes peeled this week as we have a little giveaway with John Frieda going up!


Girlie Blogger said...

You are brave. I am deathly afraid of home hair dyes. I like the color though.


le monde de skadiida said...

like the color (:



Anonymous said...

hm...the coverage is really bad :)
but the color looks even and very shiny, like it!

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