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14-09-2007
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I have tried.. But they only have colours and I'm really into natural hair colour.

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15-09-2007
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So here are 2 products from bumble and bumble:
first pic is bumble and bumble gloss
and second the Bb shine

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oh do they work?

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I have tried.. But they only have colours and I'm really into natural hair colour.
I saw the clear version some time ago.. keep looking, it might pop up again

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I am a redhead and want to up my colour but not actually dye it so I am considering this.
Have any redheads tried anything they really like?

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01-10-2007
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I've used Aveda Black Malva conditioner as a hair color/shine in the past and I worked pretty well. I also used the red conditioner. My hair color is dar brown with natural light brown/red highlights so it showed up really well. I dont like my highlights because my roots are so much darker when we dont get a lot of sun. I used it on dry hair, plastic cap, blow dyer and rinse.

It is a big mess though. Definitely, use gloves, don’t be in a hurry, protect your bathroom, nice towels, etc.

For a quick fix, I like PUREOLOGY DRY SHINE a lot
http://www.sleekhair.com/7109.html

http://www.pureology.com/

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08-10-2007
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John Frieda colour glaze comes in clear now!

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08-10-2007
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^ where do you buy it? is it any good?

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09-10-2007
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At CVS...
I have tried it in Red for red hair and didn't think it really worked...
just made my hair a bit softer and maybe a tiny bit shinier.

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12-10-2007
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I don't know how good the clear is, I used brown. It is quite good. I got it at Boots. Is the red no good then? I am having my hair dyed on Saturday and was going to buy some.

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13-10-2007
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Is the red no good then?
It's supposed to punch up your colour right?...
I didn't think it did that at all...

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14-10-2007
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Are any of the professional products available in middle Europe?

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19-10-2007
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There is a new gloss called Clairol All That Shine. You can get it at CVS/Wal-Mart etc. It's fabulous. WAY better than JF Colour Glaze.

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^ I have seen that I think...
I just might have to try that then.
Is it done like a regular hair dye or in the shower like the JF one?

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20-10-2007
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are you talking about Clairol Shine Happy? I used that last week and it was decent, and I've gotten remarks on how shiney my hair is, but I don't really notice it all that much.

Does the John Freida one change your hair colour at all? Because I have Brown hair with highlights, so im not sure which colour I would use because I want my highlights to remain

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^It doesn't change your color, but if I were you, i'd go for the shade of the highlights when you buy the product.

I really want to try the L'oreal casting cremé gloss. It's not completely natural, but without ammonia. I tried the red before and it looked good. Later on I used lightbrown and my hair became black with a blue glance. I was soooo unhappy with that. They promised to send me a new one, but I'd only want it if the glossy chocolats version would be available in Holland. And it isn't. I hope it will come though. I so like the chocolat color.. But don't know anyone in France who could send it to me. Scks..


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