L'OREAL product for strawbery blonde hair color

L'Oreal Paris Feria
 Multi-Faceted Shimmering Colour 3x Highlights, Permanent, Caramel Kiss 72

strawbery blonde  hair color
This product is not for you if you don’t want it to be noticed. It gets bright just after dying it, and it stays like that for several days if you are not wash it everyday. It gets more natural within a few days. Using that product you should be able to choose the right shirt that will fit the color of your hair, what can I recommend for you is wearing a bright red or a light brown shirt, those two colors are the best for that dye, through my experience I can tell you that these two are the best to tone it down. Believe me after dying your hair with that color you will get tons of compliment because of that color, and how it will give a beautiful shiny look, And most people will not even realize that is not natural. That actually happened to many several times, when people start asking me questions about my hair color, and when I tell them that it’s a home color, they are always stunned.
Finally, if you want just a touch of red or gold to be strawberry blonde, I can tell you that this color is not the best choice for you, this color is made to be red, only red, and its used by many Hollywood celebrities such as Lindsay lohan in her start at acting, her young age, Debra Messing, Marcia Cross, and Christina Hendrick. And another thing to tell is that if you have extremely a pale skin, that color which is red will not satisfy you need, and it will not look nice on your hair. The product is so easy to apply, and if you want to dye your hair red, I completely recommended it for you.

Pros:                                                         Best Uses:
*  Easy to use                                 * New look
*  Great color                                 * Touch ups                       
*  Natural look                               * Graying hair
*  Gentle                                          * Thick hair
*  Long-lasting           

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