Due to the increasing number of people who have their hair coloured at home, more hair brands are coming up with no-ammonia hair colour. They also have shiny and softening properties. Garnier Olia Permanent Hair Colour comes in quite a big box and that’s mainly because the Developer Cream that one normally finds in the container is contained in a tube here. You have to squeeze it out when it’s time to colour your hair.
This hair colour has a unique oval shaped container. My box of Garnier Olia Permanent Hair Colour is in 5.5 Mahogany Brown, this is one of the lighter shades. So the 1st thing one does is to squeeze out all of the 60g Developer Cream into the container.
Next add the 60g Colourant Cream which is a light brown.
Before the colour, my hair looks really unhealthy as it’s in various shades of brown.
Apply the colour and leave it on for half an hour at least.
There’s quite a lot of the Silk & Shine Conditioner as it comes in a 40ml bottle.
Much better, don’t you think? My hair does look shiny and more hydrated after the colour. There was no chemical smell, one box was enough for my long hair and it covers grey hairs. For more details and price of the product, please refer to earlier post.
Product reviewed is a press sample.