WHO WANTS ASH BLONDE HAIR?
It’s my second time to use Palty hair color and hey, can I just say that I love Japanese products (everything Japan are accurate and neat). With that said, of course, it never failed my expectation/s. This would be a long post containing product review and step-by-step, a bit of WHYs and HOWs, and sure, photos.
How I discovered Palty? This was the very first hair brand that desalinized my hair. This time, it’s a hair dye, not hair bleach. I’ve seen the foam type hair dye line before, online before it was available here in the Philippines.
These are some BEFORE photos under different lighting for ya’ll:
And a side-by-side comparison of BEFORE (left) and AFTER BLEACHING (Right): The freshly bleached hair is actually lighter in person, about level 7. I just waited for about an hour after towel drying until damp… also to let my hair rest and breathe for a little while before toning using Palty foam hair dye in Cinnamon Churros. Bought this at the nearest drugstore for 50% off its original price and I have this on store for a while because I’m kind of afraid that my “hair color goal” with this particular product will not be as I expected.
Finally took the courage to try it out (because I remembered I trust Japan!)
There’s a wider selection of colors from this line from Palty but only few selected colors are available right now inside the country. (The list is pictured above.)
For my hands are as small as your cat, it’s kinda big for my palm and it contains the following:
MANUAL/instruction leaflet comes together with a pair of gloves and after-color conditioner.
Mixing spatula with weird holes
Hair color in tube form
Hair color developer/oxide (I’m assuming it’s 9%)
I am really aiming for Steel Grey so I left it for another 10 minutes.