REVIEW: L’Oreal Casting Creme Gloss

Around a year and a half ago I dip-dyed my hair and it literally killed my hair! The ends were dead, snapping and I couldn’t get a brush through my it. So I decided to dye my hair a dark blonde/light brown. It honestly was the best decision I have made. My hair is in a much better condition and so much more manageable.

When choosing a dye I knew I wanted to try one of these, I have heard so much good things about it. I went for number 713 Iced Latte. This is as near to my natural colour as I could find. The application of this was super easy and there way so much hair dye – maybe a little too much! It didn’t smell which is due to the product having no ammonia in it, unlike other hair dye’s. I left the dye on for around 20 minutes as suggested. I washed it off, blow dried it, after this my hair my slightly darker than predicted but oh wow it was so soft and shiny!

This dye is semi-permanent so it will wash out after around 28 washes according to the box. After every wash it fades a little bit which I am happy with. I was worried that after a few washes my hair would go back to the way it was, but it hasn’t. My hair is still super soft and super shiny. I’m interested to see what my hair colour is after the 28 washes, I’m hoping it goes back to my natural colour.

If you are looking for a budget hair dye definitely pick up one of these up. I got mine from Boots for £6.79 which is obviously a lot cheaper than going to the hairdressers.

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