Friday, 28 October 2016

BBlunt Salon Secret High Shine Creme Hair Color (Chocolate Dark Brown) - Product Review

Colouring my hair is not a mandate for me yet as I can boast of my long, black tresses. But yeah! a few strands have started showing off here n there, which at time bother me. Frankly, I hadn't made up my mind to colour my hair until I got an offer to try a newly launched hair colour by BBlunt which is ammonia free.

I was asked to choose a box of Salon Secret High Shine Creme Hair Color in a shade of my choice. And out of 7 luxuriously rich shades namely Black, Chocolate, Blueberry, Honey, Wine, Mahogany and Coffee, I decided to experiment with a not-so-unusual colour on my black hair, so opted for Chocolate Dark Brown shade.
Product Claims:
While all other hair colours leave your hair dull, this revolutionary at-home hair colour gives you soft, shiny hair and colour that lasts up to 8 weeks. Specially created for the Indian skin tones, this no ammonia hair colour gives 100% grey coverage, lasts long and is available in 7 blockbuster shades. This 3-part hair colour comes with a unique Shine Tonic, enriched with Silk Proteins that gives salon like gorgeous hair at-home!

Contents of the box:
All the shades of this hair colours come in a skyblue cardboard box with color co-ordinated graphics on the pack for quick identification. Each of the boxes contain:
  • 1 Tube of Crème colourant - 50 gms. 
  • 1 Tube of Developer  - 50 gms.
  • 1 Tube of Shine Tonic with Silk Proteins - 8 ml 
  • 1 Pair of disposable gloves to protect your hands while colouring your hair. 
  • An Instruction leaflet.
Both the colourant and developer are thick creams of off-white and white colour respectively, whereas the shine tonic is a colorless, serum-like liquid of moderately thin consistency.

After a thorough reading of usage instructions in the leaflet, I poured slightly less than entire quantity of the colourant and developer in a bowl to colour my hair globally. Adding the shine tonic to the mixture is a must for obtaining rich shine.
I liked the markings given on the tubes by the brand for the ease of precise measurement of quantity instead of an approximation that avoids wastage of product. Those who just want to give root touch-ups or have short hair may go for 25 gm of Colourant, 25 gm Developer and 4 ml of Shine Tonic per usage.

Mixing all three constituents into a smooth, even and lump-free paste is a no-fuss process of just a minute. The blend of all three constituents changed its colour to greyish tone leaving behind their original color. The creamy texture made it super-easy for me to apply the hair colour on my hair and didn't slip down on my forehead due to its non-drip formula while it sat on my head for almost half an hour. Another plus for the product is that it doesn't have the usual peculiar smell to irritate your smelling sense.
Post washing my hair with my regular shampoo, I didn't experience dry or itchy scalp. The grey strands got properly covered while changing my natural hair colour to something different. It's been just 6 days that I coloured my hair and the salon-like glossy shine on my hair is still the same as was on Day 1. Seems like Shine Tonic doing a mind blowing job ;)
Now coming to an obvious query "how much would one such fabulous hair colouring session cost you?" Any guesses?? Its just Rs. 225 Rs.199 under the introductory offer. 
So go grab your favourite shade here and get ready to make a difference to your at-home hair colouring experience this festive season :)

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