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AdvantagesNon drip, easy to use, widely available


...John Frieda Precision Foam is my one and only of the hair dye world. I don't know what I'd do without it. I bounce back and forth between a few of different shades, this one (4N), Medium Natural Brown (5N), Dark Chocolate Brown (4BG) and Medium Chocolate Brown (5B). The main reason for the jumping around is that I try to buy it on offer (Asda and Tesco are usually good for this), and it...

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AdvantagesQuick and easy to rinse out, good lasting colour.

DisadvantagesMore expensive than other hair dyes and took slightly longer to apply. Also there were a few drips

...colourants are a product which regularly appear on promotions in stores and supermarkets and when I noticed this product on offer in Morrisons recently priced at £6.66, I didn't hesitate to buy one. John Frieda Precision Foam Colour Precision Foam Colour is the first ever permanent home hair colour that uses foam technology, promising to deliver salon-quality results at home. There are 20 shades to...

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AdvantagesEasy to apply, gorgeous colour

DisadvantagesSlightly pricier but still cheaper than hairdressers!

...the developer and colourant together, tilt (do not shake!!...I'm not sure what would happen?) to blend then squeeze the actual bottle to dispense the foam. Its very very easy to apply and you don't need to fiddle around to part your hair and I even managed to do it myself without coating my entire bathroom and having to spend the next hour scrubbing the walls and tiles (how does it get everywhere). I did have...

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