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Ammonia Free Excellent Hair Dye

AdvantagesExcellent shiny, soft, vivid results, cheap

Disadvantagesrunny consistancy

"I have used L'Oreal Casting for around 9 years now for two reasons: I will only use Ammonia free dye and I have tried other hair dye products (Boots Botanics and L'Oreal Casting Creme Gloss) only to find that this better by far. Having waist length hair I usually use two boxes (I apply both Ebony Darkest brown and Titan which is a feiry red, the result is very dark almost black with shimmery red highlights depending on the light). The kit contains ..." Read review
23.07.2010

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VERY short lived colour, and VERY messy.

AdvantagesNice colours, easy application, smells okay

DisadvantagesDoesn't last long, extremely messy

"About a couple days ago I decided to pick out a semi perm hair dye that would give me for ATLEAST a few weeks a lovely mane of chestnut hair. And by chestnut, I mean reddish brown, and not gingerish brown. I've used L'Oreal's Casting Creme Gloss before, and I can only assume that's the more updated version of this product, as it's very similar. But I did like the colours better in the original product, so here we are! I tried it in the colour "Chestnut: ..." Read review
17.02.2010

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