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Liese New Jewel Pink Hair Dye Review

Hi!

I’m back! *SO FAST?* You may ask… That’s cause like what the title suggests, in between my travel posts, I’m reviewing Liese’s new Jewel Pink Hair Dye! Thanks to Liese Singapore and the folks at TheSampleStore /EK Media. ^^

I’ve been quite excited over it because I’ve never done hair dye at home by myself before so it’s an entirely new experience for me which I found to be quite fun especially after watching a few video demos on Youtube. *(^u^)*

So… I’ll let the photos do the talkin’!

Ena Liese Hamper

The Liese Jewel Pink Hair Dye arrived in a lovely basket with a hairband and pink rose… I love! ^^

Ena Before Liese Jewel Hair Dye

Now for a few photos of my dark brown almost black hair before the dye! πŸ˜‰ Photo is without any filter.

Ena Before Liese Hair Dye 2

More pics… was in a fairly good hair and face day~ ^^,

Photos compiled on photo app Mei Tu Xiu Xiu. You can check out a review I did on the app a while back here.

Ena Before Liese Pink Jewel Hair Dye 3

This photo was “zhenged” (Singlish speak for blinged) using Japanese app DecoPic. Loving the Anna Sui vibe frame! ^^,

No filter was used for this but the photo got even grainer through this app. Lol.

Ena Liese Pink Jewel Demo Review 1

Getting ready for the dyeing process! Dressed in a shirt that I’m not afraid to be stained.

Ena Liese Pink Jewel Pack Items

In the box, you’ll find:
1 large hair dye mixture,
1 smaller dark bottle of hair dye for mixin’
1 satchet of hair rinse treatment,
1 foam dispenser cap, 1 pair of gloves,
1 large piece of instruction sheet and 1 additional small sheet of instructions.
Before you begin, it’s important to read through the instructions.
I also suggest watching demo videos found on Youtube, very helpful! πŸ˜€
So what’s recommended:
1. to wear an old shirt you won’t mind staining.
2. Dye your hair in an open space as the mixture gives off a hair dye smell which can be choking in an enclosed area.
3. Apply oil based moisturizer on the skin of your face and neck near the hair line, this is to prevent the dye from staining your skin. You can use Vaseline as well. This is not provided in the box.
4. Have tissue and cotton pad or ear buds (also not provided) ready to wipe the foam away from your skin. This is important! Haha, cause confirm will happen.
5. Comb through your hair so that it’s not tangled!
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Here’s a gif of me grinning crazily while I comb my hair…
I have totally upped my game by creating gif files on my blog…. πŸ˜›
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Get the two hair dye mixtures ready for mixin’…
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6. Empty the small dark container into this larger container before capping it and gently turn it for 5 times. They are pretty exact about the number, 5 times! Haha.
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Yes, I did a gif for this too. Turn it up and down for 5 times and let the mixture work its
***~MaGiC~*** ^^,
The container does warm up a little after you’re done. Don’t worry about it heatin’ up! πŸ˜‰
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7. When the shaking’s done, change the cap to this foam dispenser head.
8. Now don your surgeon gloves! ^^
No photos for the consequent steps because I couldn’t snap photos with foam in my hands. πŸ˜›
9. Squeeze the foam out into your gloved hands before proceeding to apply and massage the foam into your hand beginning from the roots and then the end of the hair…
10. Then you twirl your hair if it’s long and place it into a pile on top of your head and allow it to settle for 20-30 minutes…
Ena Liese Pink Jewel Demo Review 2Here’s one shot with half the amount of foam from the bottle… ^u^
I took the gloves out in order to take this photo. πŸ˜›
Ena Liese Pink Jewel Demo Review 4Here’s when I’ve used up as much foam as my hair/head could take…
There was more than enough foam for my beyond shoulder length hair! ^^
Looks like an orange foam towel on my head. πŸ˜›
The foam application, massaging and leavin’ it on took me a total of 40 minutes (beyond the recommended 30min) because it took me some time to apply the whole (almost all of it) bottle of foam on my hair/head… I’m guessing if you have longer hair it will take you longer…
Then when you’re done, rinse it off with the sachet of rinse off treatment formula! It’s by Kao Essentials and it smells really really (I cannot emphasize more) ***lovely***
so much so that I think I am going to go get a bottle of Essentials shampoo soon just for the lovely scent they have.
Now for the after dye reveal~~~ *drum rolls*
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Under the ***sunlight*** (^Ο‰^)v
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Not under the sunlight…
#nofilter photo decorated with #POCO beauty cam app
It isn’t as obvious as when under the sunlight but it does lighten my dark hair especially where the light hits at the top… ^^
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A final shot of me in my newly Liese Jewel Pink hair dyed hair~Β (βœΏβ— β€Ώβ— )
#nofilter photo decorated with #POCO beauty cam app
In review:
I enjoyed the process because it is fairly simple and now that I’ve done it once, I am more confident of attempting it again next time. However, for the first try, I think my hair colour application was not as even as possible, with more dye concentrated at the top of my hair compared to the bottom of my hair, so I think on hindsight it would have been better if I segmented my hair into upper and lower tiers and dyed them from the lower tier up. As for the colour effect i think the before and after colour progression chart on the box is accurate, but the colour isn’t pink at all, I think it’s more accurate to call it orange brown or amber! haha. It is definitely more affordable and time saving compared to going to the hair salon, as it would cost me at least SGD$60 for my hair length and a bottle of Liese hair dye is only $17.90 at a promotional price at Watsons or Guardian. ^^
For more Liese Hair dye colours and information, check them out here.
Ena After Liese Pink Jewel Hair Dye
To end off this post… here’s me in my before and after Liese Jewel Pink hair dye~ `(*^Ο‰^)οΎ‰
Because I know how much we love before and after contrast photos… … … o_O?!
Well at least I know how much I google <insert celebrity name> before and after <insert usually is plastic surgery>. πŸ˜›
❀ Ena
~*~*~*x*X*x BoNuS x*X*x~*~*~
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Final bonus gif of me bobbing to disco lights.
I took a series of aegyo (asian slang for acting cute) photos when I had a really horrid night sometime this week and this is a way of me entertaining and cheering myself up. ^u^
I give you permission to download this and keep it in a place to refer to when you’re feeling down to cheer yourself up.
βœŒβ™«β™ͺ˙❀‿❀˙♫β™ͺ✌
PEACE out~!

21 thoughts on “Liese New Jewel Pink Hair Dye Review

    • Hi Xantha ! It didn’t for me, but have to make sure you dry your hair thoroughly first and I would say for the first night to sleep with a towel on the pillow just in case! πŸ™‚

  1. Wow remarkable blog! All the shots are adorable ! You have shown here the entire hair coloring process. Well this Liese safe to use ? Coz I’ve been looking for a reliable safe hair color product.

  2. Hi Ena !
    The Liese is either very good or you make it look good either way you are a very pretty girl and I wish you the best in your reviews.
    Thank you so much for stopping by my place and for following.

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  4. My god. If you’re going to do a hair review with a before and after, please DON’T USE FILTERS. I have no idea what the final color looks like without all the mumbo-jumbo filters covering it!

    • Hi Dreilee, before the dye, I had black hair and the after photos were not processed with “mumbo-jumbo” filters, even if there were borders added.

      I’m not sure if I will do another such review because I don’t quite like dyeing hair on my own as I find it a hassle. I’m not sure if I will still have borders and all then, and I do find them (filters and borders) quite interesting.

      I hope you do realize that I blog whatever I like, in whatever way I like, and if you’re not happy with that – you can start your own blog and do things your way.

      That said, I want to thank you for popping by and reading my blog and I also appreciate you taking time to comment! πŸ™‚

      • And I hope you realize that people scouting for reviews of products want to see the results, before trying it out for themselves.

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