NEW: Schwarzkopf Color Mask Shade 900 Hair Dye.....


As you all know I am a regular 'at home' hair dye kind of girl, I loved going to the hairdressers many moons ago but it's so expensive, I now always do it myself. I always use Nice'n Easy and they have been a firm favorite of mine for ages, then I tried Garnier Olia which uses oils which I reviewed here and I wasn't too impressed. Next on my 'latest to try list' is from Schwarzkopf.....


This cost me £3.99 as it was on an introductory offer and it will usually retail for around £7-£8 depending on where you buy it.

I chose shade 900 which is natural blonde.....


The kit contains all your usual suspects in an at home hair dye except instead of tipping the colouring solution into a bottle you pour it into a pot.....


Schwarzkopf claim:

'-Rich hair mask texture, no dripping
-Even, natural looking colour
-Perfect lift of up to 2 levels.'

Now for the purpose of this post I let me roots grow right out (this was not because I have been super lazy and looked slightly tramp-like these past few weeks lol), which ended up me looking like this *cringe*


So you put the colour treatment into the mask pot which already has some product inside and shake 40 times (very bizarre to say a number but hey ho)


And you are left with a pot of 'color mask'.

I found this really easy to apply using my fingers, I didn't think it would spread well but it really did, usually when I dye my hair it gets quite knotty while the dye is on but as this is non drip I could run my fingers through my hair no problem.....


I used the conditioner that came with the dye when I washed it out and have to say it's not a patch on my Nice'n Easy conditioner but I was extremely happy with the results!!! Please excuse the frizzyness I took this photo before straightening my hair.....


The dye took to my hair so quickly, it says to leave on for 30 minutes but I could see it developing almost instantly! It didn't smell at all and has left my hair feeling really soft, I really really like this product and I would definitely consider using this in place of Nice'n Easy, the one downside would be the colour range there is hardly a choice of shades and I would probably want to go brighter than this in the summer months so I may have to stick to Nice'Easy unless they brought out different shades *hint hint schwartzkopf*

Have you seen or tried this yet?

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