Many years ago (before I got into blogging), I bought a Japanese home coloring kit from Wellcome supermarket in Hong Kong. The brand? Liese! Yes, I actually got Liese Creamy Bubble Hair Color in a pink shade that time. The problem was, I didn’t really understand the instructions so I did it wrong (I shook the bottle vigorously for starters). My hair didn’t really get colored. I was like jeez it’s exactly the same as when I started.
How surprised I was when I got an invitation to try out Liese Creamy Bubble Color. The brand has finally reached our shores! I relayed my first Liese experience to the brand people and they assured me that this time, we’d do it right.
I chose to color my hair with Liese Creamy Bubble Color in Rose Tea Brown (₱449). I’ve somehow decided that I’m done with orange and yellow based hair color. I prefer red and purple based shades now.
Unboxing the kit reveals 2 bottles, a pair of gloves, and a rinse-off treatment.
Pour in the contents of Bottle 1 into Bottle 2.
Put on the cap and do not shake the bottle! Simply twirl it around or swing it to the left and right a few times… 5x to be exact.
Replace the bottle’s cap with the pump dispenser and squeeze out the foam.
Apply the foam onto your hair. For my hair length and thickness, I needed to use 2 kits.
You need to cover your entire head of hair generously with the creamy bubble foam and massage into a thick lather.
Leave on for 30 minutes.
I love how the creamy bubble foam doesn’t drip or run! It just stays put so you can do stuff in peace while you wait out 30 minutes.
After 30 minutes, I washed off the Liese Creamy Bubble Hair Color and applied the Rinse Off Treatment. My hair was amazingly tangle-free and easy to comb after! This was the resulting color after my hair was blow dried. Nice! I had black roots prior to coloring and they’re gone!
They told me my hair would be super soft and easy to comb for at least a week after using the Liese Rinse Off Treatment and they were right! I super love Liese! I’m so glad they had me take home a few extra kits for my next DIY hair coloring session.
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Cool! Can it cover white/gray hair too?
The darker shades can. 🙂
Nice, easy does it! Sayang, I just colored my hair, too, DIY using a different product. But I will try this out next! 😀
Since I got pregnant last year, I have not colored my hair yet and I’m contemplating on dying my hair again. Does this brand use ammonia? I’m a bit sensitive to the smell and the chemical sometimes burn my scalp 🙂
That’s so cool! The color was nicely done on your hair to think that it’s DIY. But, didn’t you have problems with the tint coloring your scalp?
Nice! I love that your hair is left shiny, and looks soft to touch! 🙂
Interesting! I just had my hair re-coloured a couple of months ago but I’m not contented with the job (my premature greys are already showing again), so I’ll try to do it myself 😀
Found this! 😀 Thanks a lot!
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