Sunday, July 5, 2015

Nice 'n Easy Root Touch-Up Review

Hey guys, sorry it has been so long, but the last reviews should be coming out faster. However, I think that I'm going to stop once I'm finished. I can't really find the time and energy to get these done, so I am going to stop as soon as I finish the rest of the reviews I had promised.

First off, I want to say that this review is in fact sponsored and I received a coupon for a free box of this kit and a $20 Ulta GC in exchange for an honest review. My opinions are still 100% honest and 100% mine and I am under no obligation to write a positive review. Now let's start.
I used the coupon and got the shade 3 for black hair and it's supposed to match a variety of shades including the ones shown below in the picture (Excellence- 1 Black & 3 Natural Black, Preference- 3 Soft Black & 2 Natural Black, Nutrisse- 10 Black, John Frieda Precision Foam- 2A Blue Black, Nice 'N Easy- 122 Natural Black & 124 Natural Blue Black, Nice 'N Easy Colorblend Foam- 2 Black):
Inside of the kit was everything shown in the picture (instructions, plastic gloves, a little plastic tray, the root touch-up brush, the permanent color creme, and color activating lotion):
My thoughts:
First off, the gloves, like usual, were oversized and felt like they were made from vinyl tablecloths.
About the hair color itself, it was easy to mix up, as all you had to do was empty each component into the provided plastic tray and use the provided brush to mix. The color cream squeezed out easily from its tube and had a pearly black-brown color. It honestly smelled absolutely disgusting. The activating lotion was a milky white. After mixing, it still smelled very bad, even with the bathroom fan on. When applying the hair color onto my roots, it was pretty easy to apply with the brush, but I still asked my friend to help. It took about 20-25 minutes to apply everything and another 10 to wait before I could rinse it all off. In actuality, I waited 15, because my hair's pretty stubborn, before rinsing. It rinsed out quite easily and foams when the water hits it. It took a couple minutes before the water began to run clear. In the end, my hair turned out to be not completely black, but good enough. Overall, the coloring was decent, but it really stank. I don't know if I would recommend it, but it is true that most hair coloring products stink, so if you're in the market for hair coloring products, it's an option.

Thank you for reading, and I'll see you for the next review.

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