10/02/2010

Published 10/02/2010 by

Kao Liese Bubble Hair Color ~



Hello Dears ~ 
first of all: HAPPY CHINESE NATIONAL DAY

After quite a long blogging pause (no, I won't use the busy word ¬_¬'') I'm back and full of power!
Please ignore the unfinished design, I'm experimenting with new colors to make the blog look more autumn/winter-inspired...

Yesterday I finally got the new camera I'd been expecting, a brand new Nikon D5000 ~
Actually I didn't pay for it, it's some kind of early present for my birthday (November) from my beloved bf. He was tired of the old cam so he just got me a new one (after all he's the one who has to put up with them when taking all my outfit photos *pats his head*).

Today after school I decided that it was time to re-dye my hair, I've kept dyeing it with "auburn hair dyes" but the sun likes to brighten it up and it gradually becomes orange when directly exposed to the sun... ^_^''



Anyway, since my bf wasn't home today (and I normally need his help with 'normal' hair dyes) I decided to try out the Kao Liese Bubble Hair Dye which uses foam and is supposed to be as easy as applying shampoo. :)
The package I bought from ebay came with English description and it was very easy to follow.

I won't explain in detail how to use it (read here) but share a bit of the experience:

- Don't forget to apply some cream on the ears and forehead before starting to dye your hair (if you're messy don't forget to put a towel around your neck), the foam will reach everywhere and you won't have control over it >.<'

- The application is really easy, but be patient if the foam seems to disappear as soon as you apply it on the hair... it might take half of the bottle till the hair is fully soaked and the foam will stay foamy on the head =P

- my hair didn't feel damaged at all and was very smooth when rinsing, the leave-in hair conditioning was the perfect finish ~ 

- I tried the color Cassis Berry. It turned out a bit better than what I had expected.
To tell the truth, I didn't have great expectations since I'd seen from other (black-haired) bloggers that it only adds a slight reddish shade to your dark hair... but my hair was already quite bright so the coloring effect is more visible and turned out more or less the way I wanted. =) I'm satisfied! (and the application was much easier than palty hair dye which I'll review in about 1 month when I use it again)



the instruction paper was very cute and easy to follow ~ 



after applying the foam (it took me at least 15min ^^')



no, my hair isn't longer, the second photo was taken 1 1/2 hours later ^^'



...What do you think of the result? Do you have any experience with Japanese Hair Dyes? ^_^
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