I just love that the world of beauty and cosmetics is becoming more and more innovative. The latest innovation is in the world of hair coloring from l’Oreal Paris.
When it comes to coloring my hair, I’ve dyed my hair practically every natural hue of red, blond, and brown that exists. With all those dyes, I’ve tried probably tens of different lines, but all those are pretty much non-existent for me now that I’ve tried Sublime Mousse.
Probably the least favorite thing about dying your hair at home is the application. Squeezing the dye of the plastic little bottle and having to block it from sliding down you forehead to avoid temporarily staining your skin is horrible. Ugh..the hassle and the numerous times I gotten splatter on my bathroom walls is too much to bare. With the mousse formula, it eliminates the gooey and drippy dye and instead is a light and fluffy mousse texture that you easily rub in your hair with the same ease as applying shampoo.
One of the little things I noticed was how soft and shiny my hair looked during the waiting time. Actually, the whole process was smooth and the results were equally amazing, but I’ve always been a fan of L’Oreal hair coloring. They always give me a rich and natural color and the Sublime Mousse was no different.
I was so pleased with my overall results, that I actually bought my mom a box. The reason that I knew that this would be a great product for my mom is because her hair grows quick and brings a nice hairline of gray. So, that leads to mom dying here hair every month. Let me rephrase that. My mom gets me or my little sister to dye her hair, because she hates the messy application. However, she applied this one herself and was instantly impressed with the ease of the application and the texture of the product. Not to mention, the results were amazing. Complete coverage of her gray hair and natural color.
So, I encourage you to try and be prepared to fall for the L’oreal Paris Sublime Mousse. Its available in 12 natural colors and can be found at your local drugstores.
Disclosure: A free review sample of this product was provided by L’Oréal Paris via Glam Media.