Color your hair with Bubbles! :)

As we all know our hair is every girl’s crowning glory right? Sometimes whenever I lack the time to comb through my stands after I came from the shower and I am rushing to go to an event or to work my friends would comment “Mahangin ba sa labas?” wherein they would point to my unkempt mane and motion for me to comb it carefully once again 🙂

To be honest, I have already tried various shades on my hair but not too extreme though or else my Mom would reprimand me and maybe send me out of the house until I change it back to something more natural looking say maybe blue? or purple?. Haha. Kidding. But yeah I have already tried a lot of colors guess I love experimenting on which would look good on me. From brown, to ash blonde, to ruby red, to jet black I have tried to find the perfect match for my yellow tinged Asian skin tone 🙂 Any suggestions for my next hair color and style? 🙂

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But for now guess I would try to stick to my current color since I think it complements my skin tone 🙂

 

I have always been fascinated with hair dyes and how it makes you look good and feel good when it complements your face and your skin tone. It can make you seem whiter or it can enhance your features depends on the color and shade 🙂 So imagine my surprise when I got an invite last week on my email regarding this DIY Hair Color Treatment which does not involve the use of cream but bubbles! What? BUBBLES? Are you serious?

Since I have always had my hair done in Salons before with my Mom or with my friends because I am afraid that if I do it myself it wouldn’t be even and I would get stuck with that color for the next 6 months of my life so better leave it to the experts to apply. I decided to check out this event held at the grounds of the White Space in Chino Roces Makati wherein a lot of fashion, beauty and lifestyle bloggers also graced the event 🙂

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Such a cute and girly set up right? 🙂 More like bubbles in the air! 🙂
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Cute, Soft and Fluffy Plush Pillows were also doled out to us earlier while we decorated our own eco bags with some beads, ribbons and pens while trying to ensure that I don’t burn myself from the glue gun 🙂 Best eco bag design gets to win some GC’s 🙂 Game face on girls!
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Some of the bloggers getting their artsy side on 🙂

There was also a live demonstration on how to properly apply the dye to our hair 🙂

Since box dyes are getting increasingly popular for their price point and convenience, and they’re known to do a pretty good job as well. For all the budget conscious chicks out there, this guide to DIY hair dying is for you! 🙂 Are you ready? Here goes.. 🙂

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Mix the formula in the bottle

Liese Creamy Bubble Hair Color (BHC), Japan’s no.1 hair color brand is ready to change how Filipinas color their hair at home. Liese Creamy BHC sets itself apart with its unique formula that leaves long-lasting effects through a hassle-free process.

With its foam type formula, it offers Filipinas an easier alternative that still results in even and vibrant colored hair. In just three easy steps:

(1) Mix the formula in the bottle with the foamer cap

(2) Massage the solution into the hair and

(3) Rinse the solution off after 30 minutes. Plus, Liese Creamy BHC offers six color variants, namely Rose Tea Brown; Raspberry Brown; chestnut Brown; Milk Tea Brown; Milky Beige; and Marshmallow Brown, that Filipinas can choose from.

Now, Filipinas can skip the long hours at salon and avoid its expensive costs by just grabbing a box of Liese Creamy BHC and allotting half an hour at home for some good old DIY hair coloring.

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Easy as 1,2,3 right? Just like your normal day in the shower! 🙂

 

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