Review: Garnier Color Naturals in Darkest Brown

May 22, 2014 //
It’s not just hair color, it’s care color.

Reviewing another product I got from BDJ Box. This was from their January - February Box. Since it’s April and already summer season here in the Philippines, I do not want to go outside, the sun striking my head and people might notice my ugly roots. Good thing, when I’m cleaning up my products, I was able to find out this I dyed my hair last December 2013, and that’s the reason why I can’t use this item when it arrived last January 2014. Here’s what my roots look like right now:




I believe that colored hair best suits my skin tone, but I don’t like this OMBRE like shade (how I wish it’s really ombre!) I decided to use my Garnier Cream in 3 Darkest Brown. I do not have any white hair at the age of 24 by the way. Since then I always dye my own hair, I’m more comfortable doing it by myself. Permanent Hair Colour Cream Kit contains:

  • Developer Milk 60ml

  • Hair Colourant Type III 40 g

  • Leaflet and Gloves
Honestly, I thought the product is not enough to cover my hair, worried I might need 2 sets of this just to cover the length.





  Garnier Color Naturals Cream (Php 199, 100ml) - “This permanent colour cream rom Garnier is enriched with olive oil that nourishes the hair as it colours. It also comes with an olive oil post colour conditioner, so your hair is deeply nourished, and your color is richer, more uniform and shinier.”





How to Apply:

  1.  Preparation. Mix the production in a non-metallic bowl. Follow the instruction leaflet inside the pack. (Because it will be depending if you would like to touch up or cover the whole head)

  2. Easy Application. Apply the mixture to a dry hair. It’s creamy texture spreads easily and doesn’t drip.

  3. Final Step. Leave for 30 minutes. Then wash your hair with Garnier Shampoo.
How easy was that! I’m always challenged to apply at the back of my head since I cannot see if it was already fully covered. By the way, I’m just using a single clamp when applying hair dye, much comfortable that way. I just combed my hair by a thin comb to spread the mixture from roots to ends. The smell was tolerable compared to my previous hair dye. I also did not experience headaches when applying (maybe it’s due to the ammonia content of the other day I had before) I’m worried before, since I do not have Garnier Shampoo at home, there’s a possibility I will not have good result after wash. I used my Vidal Sassoon Premium Care Shampoo to wash it and applied a Coconut Hot Oil from HBC.






   How it looked like when it’s air dried?






   I thought it’s black, but when sun hit my hair, dark brown shade appeared.

My Thoughts: PHP 199 (15 USD) was not bad for a my hair length! I’m really happy with the results. Plus, I just waited 30 minutes after application compared to other hair dye on the market that I used before. It’s was so easy to apply, already comes with gloves and applicator! (I always forgot to buy gloves when I’m planning to apply hair dye, I ended up using plastic labo :( ) I also noticed that even though it stained my fingers when I accidentally touched it, I could easily wash off the stain from my fingers (my nails included).

I’m hoping that the hair colour will stay long on my hair. Thank you so much for reading this far! ♥

Planning to change your hair color this summer?

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