Are you a fan of DIY haircolour? I am! I love colouring my own hair as it’s much cheaper (my save-and-spend philosophy), and more importantly because I can do it in the comfort of my own home, where I can multi-task whilst waiting for the colour to develop (eg. take product shots)
Liese has just relaunched its range of mousse haircolour, called Bubble Hair Colour. The packaging is super cute, and in Taiwan there are quite a large choice of 17 shades.
You can see that the shades are categorised and colour-coded. This is based on its undertone; from the top: pink brown (cute!), orange brown, beige brown, brown, yellow brown and then 5 colours especially designed for grey coverage. This is the other reason i picked up the Liese Bubble Haircolour – I find the categorisation easy to understand, and the colour-coding makes selection so much easier. Thumbs up Liese!!!
I’ve used both of the beige-brown shades now, the first time the darker of the two, and this time Platinum Beige Brown.
I picked the Beige Browns as my hair has the tendency to go red or yellow most times when I try to lighten it, and I was looking for a true ash brown colour. I am assuming that the green colour means that it’ll neutralise the natural red in my hair.
To use, first empty the colourant into the developer:
Then mix the two together NOT by shaking, but by tipping the bottle upside-down a few times:
Once the solution is uniform in colour, dispense it by squeezing the bottle NOT by pressing on top (I keep making this mistake and wondered why nothing was coming out ).
Keep squeezing the bottle until the solution goes through the nozzle, after which it becomes an airy foam.
The instruction tells you to just put through the foam all through your hair at once. However I use 2/3 of the bottle first on my roots (dry hair), leave it there for about 10 minutes or so, then use the remainder on the rest of my hair.
Don’t worry if it doesn’t foam up much. Both times I’ve used the colourant I didn’t find nearly as much “foaminess” on my hair as the picture on the pack. Next time I use it, I’ll get 2 packs as 1 bottle was just enough for my long hair.
The biggest advantage of mousse or bubble hair colour, is that it’s easy to distribute through the hair, and doesn’t drip. This is super important for me, as I don’t want to be dripping hair dye all over my couch, floor boards or bathroom basin!
The colour fully develops after about 1/2 an hour. After that just rinse out, shampoo, then use the included conditioner. Liese’s Bubble Hair Colour has honey infused in the formula, so leaves the hair super soft for DAYS – another big thumbs up!
I am quite pleased with the results! The colour turns out true to the picture on the pack, so has good lightening ability whilst keeping the hair in good condition. It’s easy to use, mess free, and I love the choice of colour. I’ll definitely be trying the pink brown next time!
Liese Bubble Hair Colour retails for NT$329 and is available from Watsons nation-wide.
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