I thought I was totally trying something new when I used John Frieda Precision Foam Colour at the weekend! But, it turns out that back in 2011 I tried it then, and liked it as much as I did this time around!
I’ve used Olia for such a long time (with an awful foray into another brand that was so full of amonia I nearly choked) that I’d completely forgotten that I’d ever tried John Frieda Precision Foam Colour. It’s a strange thing, but when I Instagramed the box – which also went on Twitter – the two channels were totally divided on it – Instagram loved it, Twitter didn’t love it at all.
As a quick reminder, it’s the simplest thing to use – once you’ve got the foam mixed (don’t shake it!) you slap it on your head and leave it for 30 minutes. Crucially, I didn’t spill a drop – my carpet in my bedroom is testament to the number of splashes caused by other dyes and it’s not pretty at all! I did get a slight amonia smell – but I mean slight – compared to the other brand, and just had a long, relaxing bath while the dye got to work, then showered it off. I didn’t use the JF conditioner – I used Kerastase instead. I always find that conditioners that come with dyes take nearly forever to rinse out.
The result is that the colour is amazing – I chose a dark brown which errs on the side of caution (not nearly black like the other ‘dark brown’ I used), it’s covered every single grey and my hair doesn’t feel any the worse for it at all.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
So, it’s a huge recommend if you fancy a change up from your usual dye – I’ll definitely use it again. Don’t forget, Twitter did not like this! But Instagram did…
I’ve just spotted it’s on a Boots offer for £6.66 (is that a good omen?!) instead of the usual price of £9.99 HERE.
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