No amonia was great for my hair.
I have dyed my hair since my early 30s -now in early 60s. Until 2014 It was done by a hair dresser. My first few attempts with other supermarket brands were disaster, bleaching out all the colour etc. My niece (in her 30s and with the same early grey issues as me) reccomended Schwarzkopf perfect Mousse as it doesn’t have Amonia. So... I’ve been using the Hazelnut for 5 years since 2014 with great success. It is easy to apply and has covered my white hair well. occasionally I’d have a darker light brown to take the red out of it. Because...I swim regularly in chlorine, it would fade out over time. I’m about to go lighter -med blonde with a few grey strands... on my way towards natural - white. I hope that the lighter colours are as successful in its coverage. The first time I dyed my hair if had been bleached to white and since then the dyed colour.
easy to apply
Although it says not to shake bottle was shaken by accident - was then very easy to apply covered head well - colour is darker then shown on box - if you want exact colour go to a hairdresser and get it done professionally
I used the Hazelenut (6.68). The mouse application was pretty easy, but that was the only good thing. The actual colour turned out very, very dark brown! Nothing like the packet. I will be going to Chemist warehouse tomorrow to by another hair colour (different brand) and try to fix it!
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