BBLUNT’s Chocolate Dark Brown Salon Secret High Shine Creme Hair Colour. Approximately 225 INR is needed. A blue cardboard box serves as the product’s packaging. Each kit comes with a Cream Colourant, Color Developer, Shine Tonic, and a pair of plastic gloves. It works immediately to improve the hair’s luster. Your hair will not become dry or damaged while using this dye. It works well with a medium skin tone. It’s also great if you’re just starting out with hair dye. Between 160 and 170 Indian Rupees is required.
Sky blue in shade, the BBLUNT Salon Secret High Shine Crème Hair shade tube has a secure screw top. A miniature blue tube of shine tonic is included as well. The product’s quantity indication ensures you get the proper dose. The best part is that you can easily make a uniform mixture by combining the colourant, developer, and shine tonic in a dish. After 45 minutes, it can be thoroughly rinsed off. It’s preferable to wash hair the next day.
BBLUNT Salon Secret High Shine Creme Color Review
Each box of BBlunt Salon Secret High Shine Creme Hair Colour contains the following three components:
- A single tube of the emulsion’s developer
- Two pigments in a single tube
- Three, a single adorable mini-tube of that shine tonic
- Fourth, a set of gloves
- Guide for Use
Bblunt Hair Colour
I took precautions beforehand to ensure that the area around my scalp would not become discoloured from the dye. To achieve this, simply apply an oily lotion to your scalp, ears, forehead, and the nape of your neck. I put on the gloves that came with the package and poured the contents of the developer, colourant, and shine tonic tubes into a plastic (or glass) container.
After that, I used a hair-dyeing brush to combine the three components. The resulting cream was considerably thicker than previous at-home hair tints I’ve tried, but it looked and felt nice. The thick cream prevents the messy dripping of the non-drip product. The thick consistency, however, necessitates careful attention to covering each and every hair. After thoroughly combining the ingredients, I used my brush to apply the mixture to my hair in parts.
One caveat is that if you have long hair and want global colour (colouring the entire head rather than just the roots), you may need more than one package of this hair colour. My hair is relatively long (it reaches my waist), and I discovered that one kit wasn’t quite enough to cover it all. If your hair is as long as mine, or longer, I recommend purchasing two sets.
After I had applied the dye to my full head of hair, I left it in for about 30 minutes. In the meantime, I caught up on an episode of one of my fave shows. After waiting the allotted 30 minutes, I jumped in the shower and followed the directions to emulsify the colour for around 5 minutes. After rinsing it out, I applied conditioner to give my hair the finishing touch.
I was pleased to see that the dye had effectively concealed my grey hairs once my hair had begun to dry. My hair felt smooth and glossy, and it didn’t feel dry or brittle. The ‘5.32 Honey’ shade I used gave my hair a gorgeous medium brown tint without the orange undertones that are usual when lightening hair.
If you want to colour your hair at home without using harsh chemicals, try the BBlunt Salon Secret High Shine Creme Hair Colour. The shine tonic included is a great addition to the kit for avoiding a flat or dry appearance to the colour. The greys are effectively concealed, and the hair colour helps them mix in with the rest of your hair. It’s inexpensive yet nevertheless gives the hair a deep shade of colour and helps it keep its natural shine. Recommended!