This was my first time using Clairol Professional Color. I received it free to test. My hair was a medium auburn color before I tested this product (See pictured). I got 8GN in my VoxBox which was considerably lighter and blonder than what I had. So, to prep before using the product, I did a hair mask every night for 3 days before I lightened my hair. I didn't just bleach it because that is really harsh and I was doing it at home myself and I have a lot of hair. I did go from the top left color to the bottom color in 48 hours (which I do not recommend unless you are adept at hair or have really healthy hair). I did 2 "soap caps" (soap cap= bleach, Clairol Professional BW2 Powder Lightener , developer and shampoo combo) which is less harsh and less likely to result in breakage. After each, I used deep conditioner. Then I toned it because it was super orange and yellow (Sorry, did not take a photo of this because it was horrendous). Last, I used the 8GN and you can see the result. I am absolutely in love with the result. The smell was kind of stronger than I am used to with other color and kind of stung my eyes slightly, but it left my hair still feeling great. It was a liquid, but it wasn't runny and didn't leave a mess. It was easy to apply. I would definitely use this product again for future hair coloring needs. Pro tip: Also, use the iThrive shampoo Clairol Professional iThrive Style Soothe Shampoo , conditioner Clairol Professional iThrive Style Soothe Conditioner , and split-end mender Clairol Professional iThrive Split End Repair to keep your hair fabulous!
This is my only choice for washing dishes. Cuts all the grease and grime and especially hard to remove spaghetti sauces. Great value for an inexpensive product. I recommend to everyone. Also, good to add to shampoo to remove buildup of products without stripping hair.
I'm so happy that I found these at Walmart! I was dying to try them out. I love them and they are amazing. The only one I didn't like as much was the eyeshadow brush. Regular eyeshadow brushes are easier to use than this one. The others work so well and doesn't soak up your product like sponges and other types of brushes I've tried.