I think I was a little too harsh on the Prettia Hair Dye the last time I reviewed it.
I grew into the subtle hair colour, a subtle warm brown, and the whole process was fairly easy. Prettia is also very economical – my hair is extremely long, and one box of this does me because it is a foam – it goes further. I need at least 2 boxes for any other kind of dye.
I can’t resist playing with my hair and I am a complete convert to Japanese hair dyes.
Gentler on the hair and scalp, quick, easy to use, nice range for tough Asian hair.
I wanted some sunny highlights! SO I bought bleach!
Bleach in a foam! You must be mad!
This bleach can be left on from 20 – 40 mins depending on what result you want. This WORKS – my hair is lighter but thankfully, even though I was so engrossed in eating my meat balls I left it on for 50 mins, my hair didn’t turn ochre….
The offending meatballs:
I listed the instructions on how to use the hair dye on a previous post here, incase you are stuck!
Here it is on my head. Yes, I am in my bra.
Don’t bother telling me I missed a patch. I know! (I assure you the result is nice and even).
The boyf was no help. “I thought you were supposed to leave your scalp alone” he said as I sauntered through the living room, foam dripping into my ears. “No, this is protective. Protective bleach. Haven’t you heard of it? You’re a dumbass.”
Last time I had no irritation at all, but this time, I am guessing because its a bleach, I had some stinging. It hurt for a little bit then settled down – nothing like using L’oreal Feria which felt like someone had poured caustic soda over my head.
This is it for me ladies, I won’t go back to conventional hair dye. This is ok priced ($15 from eBay seller, Alpha Beauty Store), easy, economical.