Easiest Way to Color Your Hair at Home

Easiest Way to Color Your Hair at Home - Liese Creamy Foam Review

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I created a poll on Instagram to check if people color their hair at home and 58% said they don’t! I belong to the 42% who said yes because I’m cheap (it’s so expensive to have it done at the salon!) and I have trust issues. But I do get it why a lot of people do not like doing it themselves. Coloring your hair at home can be daunting and messy! And the result can sometimes be far from what we expect that it can be disappointing. I once tried dying my hair copper brown but I ended up with a brassy orange hair! Ugh! But what if I tell you that I have found the easiest way to color your hair at home? Would you give it a try?

Easiest Way to Color Your Hair at Home- Liese Hair Color Review

Liese sent me a couple of their creamy foam hair colors to try and to be honest, I had zero expectations because I have tried so many hair coloring kits in the past but none of them (except the black color) can effectively cover my gray roots. None of them! The roots always end up lighter than the rest of my hair which really just highlights the fact that I tried to cover them in the first place.

I received the Creamy Foam Color in golden brown and bronze brown, for this review I used the bronze brown.

Easiest Way to Color Your Hair at Home- Liese Hair Color Review

What’s in the box? A pair of gloves, 2 bottles of solution, rinse-off treatment, foamer cap  and the guide. It’s so easy to use, just pour contents of bottle 1 into bottle 2, gently turn the bottle up-side-down a few times to mix the solutions, make sure not to shake! Squeeze foam out of the bottle and apply with your hand (make sure to use the gloves!). Massage foam onto your hair until it turns thick and creamy. The more you massage it the more foamy it becomes! I actually had fun doing it! Unlike the other hair coloring kits that I’ve tried, I did not ask for anybody’s help while I was using my Liese Creamy Foam Color. It was a lot like shampooing your hair!

Easiest Way to Color Your Hair at Home- Liese Hair Color Review

Just an FYI, I do not normally pose around the house while coloring my hair! LOL I did this while we were on vacation in Iligan and this is what happens when a photographer husband and a blogger wife get bored.

Easiest Way to Color Your Hair at Home- Liese Hair Color Review

Easiest Way to Color Your Hair at Home- Liese Hair Color Review

I simply washed the foam off after 20 minutes and used the rinse-off treatment. I love that it covered my gray hairs! Never mind the unruly state of my mane in this photo below, we were out and it was hot and humid!

Easiest Way to Color Your Hair at Home- Liese Hair Color Review  Easiest Way to Color Your Hair at Home- Liese Hair Color Review

Love how it turned out! I guess I have found my new go-to DIY hair coloring kit!

What I liked about it? Easy to use and it covered my roots evenly. I also like that it is long lasting. It has been over 2 weeks and the color is still vibrant and holding on! Take note, my family and I went swimming in the pool while we were on vacation and we also went to the beach where I spent hours swimming and wading the the water with the kids.

Easiest Way to Color Your Hair at Home - Liese Hair Color Review - bronze brown

You can get Liese Products from Amazon Here. For my local readers, you can get them from your favorite supermarkets and drugstores nationwide or you can choose a color from Lazada through the search bar below:

Easiest Way to Color Your Hair at Home

Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products mentioned above to facilitate this review. All opinions are my own.

Your friendly motherblogger from Cebu. Healthline – Best Mom Blogs 2017, ESCooped – Cebu’s Top Family Blogger 2016, Top 10 Blogs Voice Boks Comedy Edition, Bloggys 2015 – Finalist, Family and Relationships Category, featured on BlogHer.com and HumorWriters.org. Jhanis also blogs at ThirdWorldKitchen.com.

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