- Product Dimensions: 5.1 x 6.4 x 14 cm
- Item part number: LGA-116
- ASIN: B00NA2YTGQ
- Date first available at Amazon.in: 23 September 2015
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,63,863 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
Garnier Hair Color Color Styler Intense Wash-Out Color, Red Temptation
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- Lasts 2-3 shampoos, zero damage
- Immediate results, no rubbing off
- Ultra easy application for any style
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Color:Red Temptation Color Styler is Intense Wash-Out Color with Revolutionary Color Coat Technology. It is an ultra-easy application for any style. Clay-based pigmented formula creates a thin color-coat on the surface of the hair fiber without damaging it. When it dries there is no rubbing off or staining. And it washes out in 2-3 shampoos. Garnier Color Styler Intense Wash-Out Haircolor can be used on all hair colors, types and textures. Depending on your current hair color, your Pink Pop result will be different. The color result and length of time that it lasts may vary depending on your current hair color and condition
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My hair: Brown (a shade or two lighter than the model's), quite long, and very fine, straight and easily damaged.
Before I started applying the color, I read the instructions and noticed they seemed oddly specific, so I followed them instead of squeezing the color directly onto the strand and THEN spreading like I do with normal color.
Here's what you have to do:
1. Squeeze just a *few* drops of color onto your fingertips
2. Rub your fingertips together so the product is spread across all of your digits
3. Stroke down the length of your hair
4. Comb through (I combed in between every layer)
Sure enough, this seems to be the trick - I applied about five coats of color in this manner, and my hair is easy to comb through! There is no major difference in the texture of my hair - if anything, it just feels as if I'd sprayed a mist of light hold hairspray on my hair and combed it out.
To see if application method was the problem others were having, I put several drops of color onto my fingertips (without rubbing my fingers together) and applied the color. Sure enough, the spot where I touched the color to my hair feels much different than the rest of the strand. I think the issue is that it's like chalk - if you apply a concentrated amount to one area, you really can't spread it.
On the downside, applying the color in this manner takes a VERY long time, which is where the product loses a star. Unless you have short hair, you'll find yourself applying layer after layer of color onto one strand. I applied six coats of color onto one strand and spent about five minutes working it all through, and the strand still isn't 100% saturated and spread evenly. If you're planning on coloring your whole head and are going to follow instructions, you may be spending A LOT of time applying this stuff!
The color was decent - much better than I'd expect on my brown hair. Similar to the color depicted on the box, just not as vibrant.
Ultimately, I realized that this color purple won't replace my desire for lavender hair (which is clearly only going to be possible if I bleach my hair!) so I've decided to not color any more of my hair. However, if you're a brunette looking to dye your hair this shade of purple without having to bleach, I'd recommend this product. Just know that you WILL have to invest some time into applying this stuff right.
I love the color. The way it makes my hair feel and look, though, is awful. It was sticking together like a brick until I combed it (ripping out tons of hair along the way) then was still so stiff that it did not blend with the rest of my hair at all. It feels like I coated that section of my hair in an entire bottle of super-hold hairspray. I can't do anything with it, it's so scraggly and dry and painful to brush.
I have not yet tried to wash it to get it more manageable. My hair was already dyed black, so the color shows up as darker than in the product's picture, and I'm afraid washing it would make it fade even more.
Edit - Almost two weeks and many showers later and it's still in my hair. The color itself can hardly be seen now, but combing that section is still painful and rips out hair if I'm not very careful. This stuff, in my opinion, is definitely not worth the nice color I had in the beginning. I can't wait for it to be gone.
The color was very good - I was able to get a vibrant purple color without bleaching or any other pre-treatment commonly used to achieve this result (my hair is naturally light brown/dark blonde). Also, the color washed out easily. About 75% came out with the first wash, and the rest came out with the second wash.
Application was really difficult. The instructions say to put a little bit on your fingertips, rub them together, and then smear/rub them on your hair. However, the product was liquid (not gel or cream), so it was very runny and didn't stay on my fingertips, which meant that application on small areas was difficult and messy. Also, the color bled onto my forehead over the course of the evening I was wearing it, presumably from sweating. While this color did NOT stain (and came off easily with soap and water), it was less than ideal to have to worry about my forehead being colored while I was out. Finally, the product really changed the texture of my hair, and made it look ratty. I combed it through after the color dried, and that helped, but it still looked unhealthy and was virtually impossible to style.
All in all, this was probably too much trouble for me to use again.