Garnier Nutrisse Mousse- Nurishing Color Foam (Guest Post)

Friday, April 20, 2012

I was recently sent the new Garnier Nutrisse Mousse to try out.
I don't dye my hair so I ventured out into the bloggersphere to find a candidate.
 Check out Anna's review on the Nurishing Color Foam.
This coloring foam is enriched with triple fruit oils: avocado, olive, and shea.
It's said to nourish while coloring and I really believe that, keep reading!


It's a no stress/no mess application process and extremely easy to use.

This coloring kit includes:
a liquid to foam developer (A)
a liquid to foam Colorant (B)
Avocado, Olive & Shea Oil Conditioner (C)
a Foaming Pump (D)
and PVC-free gloves (E)

I was very surprised at how easy the foam is to use!
I like the pump better than the brush and mixing bowl application, because it's less messy and easier to handle.
The other benefit is that in 25 short minutes, you have fully colored hair. Just a couple of weeks ago, I was at the salon for 3hrs coloring and cutting my hair! I sat under the blower for 45 minutes!!

Another pro about the Garnier Nutrisse Mousse is that it doesn't stain your skin! You should have seen my mothers face during the application process, brown foam was everywhere (my fault, of course)! But it came off with such ease. I didn't need to use baby oil, or makeup remover, or any other product. The color came off just with water!

I really love the smell of the conditioner, it's so delicious and left my mothers rather dry hair quite soft and silky. As I was rinsing my moms hair of the color, I could feel a difference in the texture of her hair. As far as I'm concerned, this coloring foam really nourishes the hair.
All in all, this was a very good experience. Mom isn't one to dye her hair at home either, but now she's asking me to use this foam on her roots when the time comes. We'll see, Mom!

So beauties, tell me! Do you use at home box coloring? I'd love to hear stories, the good and the bad!

*This is a guest post.
 

2 comments:

  1. I used box coloring for over 20 years with mostly successes ;) The only bad I can remember was trying to dye my hair back to my natural dark brown for a friend's wedding (I was currently auburn). It came out BLACK. I was so horrified. I did call the number on the box and they told me to just wash the heck out of my hair and use lots of conditioner. It helped....but it was definitely my worst story! I must have washed my hair 3 times a day until the wedding LOL

    Now that my hair is mostly salt & pepper it can be harder to get the "cool" colors to work--so I've switched to Manic Panic.

    And here's the great part--my husband is the one who colors my hair (and no, he's not a professional!). He also cuts my hair ;)

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  2. I just dyed my hair with the same product but in the shade Light Brown (6)and I really liked it! It was no mess at all and it didn't stain my skin at all.

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