Thursday, October 25, 2012

L'oreal Casting Creme gloss hair color- review, photos

Loreal hair colors have been a favorite of all those who use hair color. These hair colors are available in many ranges & the most popular one is the Casting Creme gloss which is available in 11 shades in India and more than 30 in the western countries. Of course, you can't expect blonde shades to be available here. The 11 shades here are most suitable for Indians- Check them out


Today I'm reviewing the shade 316 Plum.

What Loreal Paris says: Casting Crème Gloss is a no ammonia hair colourant that gives your hair visible shimmering tones, glossy shine and covers grey.
Give your hair a total beauty treatment with Casting Crème Gloss, for glossy rich, natural-looking colour with visible shimmering tones


Contents:
1 tube of creme colourant 
  1 tube of developer creme
  1 bottle of Nutri-Shine conditioner
1 pair of professional quality gloves
- 1 instruction leaflet

Application: I mix the creme colorant into the developer bottle. The developer bottle has an application tip & you can apply the mixture with that. But I prefer using a brush for this purpose. If you have long hair then the whole bottle may get used up but the amount of color utilized entirely depends on the length of your hair. Also if you just need a root touch up then some color may be left over. Don't forget to put on the plastic gloves provided in the pack. 
I would always suggest applying the color for around 45 minutes but if you have short hair then 30-35 will also do. The color does not drip once it's on your hair so the texture is not too thick nor too runny.
 Anyways, time ambles by and now it's time to wash the color. You can always use the Nutri shine conditioner provided in this pack. It comes in a cute little container of 40g which is enough for 3 washes. This conditioner smells great & I've always loved using this! The color gives a beautiful glossy shine to your hair & stands true to it's claim! The color difference is visible clearly & with the sun beam on it, your hair would look gorgeous!! These colors are available for Rs 499 & they are totally worth it! Highly effective, long lasting & ammonia free. What else would you require from a hair color? So if you are into hair color I would highly recommend you to try out shades from Loreal Paris casting Creme gloss!

My client's hair after root touch up

As you can see in the pic above that the hair looks really glossy & has a plum effect to it. This is what it looks on dark black hair so if you have slightly lighter natural hair color then it would show up even more. But my personal opinion is that this shade looks best on dark hair!
Rating: 4.5/5
They are easily available in many stores throughout the country.
 
Have you tried L'oreal casting creme gloss hair color? If yes, do share your opinion with me!



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