How I Colored my Hair with My BFF with L’Oreal Paris Casting Crème Gloss - Indian Beauty Forever
Sunday, 18 October 2015

How I Colored my Hair with My BFF with L’Oreal Paris Casting Crème Gloss

How I colored my hair with my BFF with L’Oreal Paris Casting Crème gloss

Hi everyone!!
Your Style quotient can be taken to another level with a beautiful trendy color. I love to color my hair though when I do that alone it seems boring, but when someone accompanies like with our BFFs, the coloring session become fun session. I have colored my hair loads of times by now and the brand I am loyal to is L’Oreal Paris Casting Crème gloss hair color. In between, I also tried Majirel Cool color but now the color has faded, I wanted to color again.  Really there is #NoColourNoFashion


My BFF is not in town she been married but my long time BFF is my younger cousin. We have been together since childhood, we have so many memories mostly fun times. As, we share the same set of maternal and paternal grandparents the bond that we share becomes even stronger. I called my cousin for this hair coloring session. So that she applied the hair color on my hair and I can reciprocate. 


These hair colors were provided by L’Oreal Paris and I chose Black Cherry (360), since I wanted something that gives my hair a reddish tinge. For my cousin, I chose L'Oreal paris Casting creme Gloss Chocolate (535) as she also wanted to cover some greys.




L’Oreal Paris casting crème gloss is my all time favorite hair color. I still remember the time when excessive coloring nearly ruined my hair which made me quit hair coloring completely but way back in 2013 when I tried L’Oreal Paris casting crème gloss, I loved the way this has not damaged my hair or caused any problem, therefore I have been loyal to it. This is not just a regular hair color, but a conditioning hair color which comes with a hair conditioner with Royal jelly that gives a smoothness and lustrous looking hair after the color. 
Here, I am applying the color on her. 


I first colored by cousin’s hair then she applied it on mine by that time, she finished, it was almost 25-30 minutes. She washed her color and when she came, I went to wash the color off my hair. It was a smooth coloring process and applying color on your own can be slightly tiring but when someone does that for you, it becomes wonderful. :)
Within 30 minutes I got the color I wanted. Here's both of us after the hair wash and air drying.



Red cherry goes well against my complexion and my BFF cum cousin likes a dark brownish color which is good for her complexion and skinny face. Look at my chubby face and her skinny face after the coloring got over.:) 



This is an Ammonia free hair color which will not ruin the hair or make the hair dry or brittle. A lot of us would think that coloring the hair will lead to hair loss or hair fall which it not true with this color and I am saying this with my personal expensive of 3 years. 
Whether you need to be in trend, fashionable or you would like to color to cover the greys I will recommend you to try it with your BFFs.


If you still have some myths regarding hair coloring, then you must see this myth busting video here: http://www.getthelook.co.in/nocolournofashion/sonams-bytes/

Samples provided by the brand!!
Niesha Jeenwal

I am Niesha, Editor of Indian Beauty Forever, a Science graduate turned Beauty Blogger from New Delhi who's blogging for more than 3.5 years and loves everything related to Makeup & Beauty.

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  1. Both of you look great!! Love L'Oreal Paris hair colours <3


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