Palty Bubble Foam Hair Dye Swatch No. 10: Honey Macaroon & Colour Round Up!

Over the next 10 days I will be featuring some hair swatches of Palty Foam Hair Dyes I managed to get hold of!  You can use these as a guide as to how the hair colour should turn out although it will also depend on your current hair condition, colour etc.

To read more about my Dariya Palty Hair Dye experiences read here and here.

Today is our final colour Honey Macaroon! Here is the full set of 10 colours although I believe that there are 2 new shades out this Autumn, which are Lemon Tea Blonde (a yellowy blonde) and Marshmallow Ash (A VERY ashy medium brown). Both of the new colours look amazing, but quite summery.

Palty Bubble Dye Honey Macaroon 1

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Palty Bubble Foam Hair Dye Swatch No 10 Honey Macaroon

It’s a really nice colour BUT make no mistake – this will go brassy and orange pretty quickly!

Shades:

Palty Foam Hair Dye


Other info about Palty Foam Dyes:

You get 75ml of the colour and 75ml of the developer in a pack. You get the mixing cup, a applicator, camellia oil sample, thick gloves and manual.

With the new cup and spoon method (not a pump) you need to stir the colour together for 20-40 seconds and then apply by hand. Generally it is left for 20 minutes but please check the instructions to be sure.

After applying the product, wash with shampoo and condition.

It is not for grey hair.

In my experience, the dyes do work well but the results are limited unless you are willing to strip your hair first with a bleach. Also the darker shades can fade quickly. On the plus side the colour is quite gentle to use.

Ingredients:

Dye: Active ingredient] ?-naphthol, hydrochloric acid and 2,4 – diaminohexane Phenoxyethanol, para-phenylenediamine
[Other components] sodium sulfite, aqueous ammonia, ethanol, edetate tetrasodium salt tetrahydrate, dimethyl diallyl ammonium chloride and acrylamide copolymer fluids, stearyl trimethyl ammonium chloride, orange juice, seaweed extract (4), hydrolyzed silk solution, carboxyvinyl polymer, glycerin, purified water, Cetyl alcohol, potassium carbonate, ammonium bicarbonate, hydrolyzed soy protein, camellia oil, concentrated glycerin, honey, propyl p-hydroxybenzoate, methyl p-hydroxybenzoate, propylene glycol, poly polyoxyethylene alkyl (12,13) ??ether sulfate sodium (3E, 0,), polyoxyethylene stearyl ether, peach juice, triethanolamine lauryl sulfate, betaine, lauric acid amide solution, lauroyl methyl-B-alanine solution of sodium , apple juice, lemon juice, L-ascorbic acid, 1,3 – butylene glycol, fragrance

Water based part of the dye: [Active ingredient] hydrogenated peroxide
[Other components] diethylene glycol monoethyl ether, purified water, Cetyl alcohol, sodium cetyl sulfate, hydroxy ethane diphosphonic acid solution, phenoxyethanol, propylene glycol, polyoxyethylene cetyl ether phosphate, disodium hydrogen phosphate

Hair Essence: Wed, PG, dimethicone, BG, myristyl alcohol, glycerol, Toutsubaki seed oil, Aminopropyl Dimethicone, Cyclopentasiloxane, Rafenosu, Etoru hydroxy cellulose, ethanol, polyquaternium -64 -23 Laureth, Laureth-4, aluminum stereo remote Alto chloride, tri-mode behenic chloride, EDTA-2Na, propyl paraben, methyl isobutyl non thiazolyl, Methylparaben, Fragrance

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Comments

  1. i enjoy reading all your beauty tips and finds, and recently i have decided to dye my hair. i am really digging some of these colors however, im not asian and am wondering if these palty products work just as well with medium brown caucasian hair. do you have any input on this? thanks!

    • Hi Em

      Gosh…its hard to say. I find stuff that works on Asian hair is quite strong (perhaps because it needs to lift the hair too) – can you get a pack and do a strand test?

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