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That nice n easy hair dye mousse stuff, is it any good?

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My hair really needs colouring again but i just don't have the 2-3 hours nor the 50quid spare to do it! So i was thinking i could do it myself, with the said mousse stuff. Has anyone used it before and is it any good?

dottyaboutstripes Tue 06-Sep-11 11:21:11

I used it and thought it was ok (used it for the same reasons you've mentioned)

DH of course said he couldn't tell the difference to when I get it done at the hairdressers. I suppose that was because he preferred the £5 as opposed to £50!

drcrab Tue 06-Sep-11 11:22:34

I've started to use it as an alternative to spending 3 hours and 3-figure sums at the hairdressers! I can't remember which one I've used but the 10 min ones that cover grey work really well. smile

Awomancalledhorse Tue 06-Sep-11 11:26:40

The smell of the mousse stuff is much stronger than normal home hair dye (IMO), I can't use it as it makes my eyes sting.
Aside from that, really isn't much difference compared to the usual home hair dye!

ooh so it's quite good then? I may go and get some later! I was half expecting people to say it was a load of shite and not to bother!

So would you recommend it for home hair dye virgins such as myself?

drcrab Tue 06-Sep-11 12:05:00


Awomancalledhorse Tue 06-Sep-11 13:35:25

If you've got long/thick hair, it helps to have someone else 'check over' that you've covered everywhere (DH normally puts the dye on for me).

areyoutheregoditsmemargaret Tue 06-Sep-11 15:23:24

V interested in this

How do you choose the right colour?

Do you need to have someone check over if you're just doing roots?

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