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I can’t say enough good things about the Garnier Olia permanent hair color! It was such a nice change and improvement over what I had been using to color my hair.
“Unlike traditional haircolor, Garnier Olia Oil Powered Permanent Hair Color uses an exclusive 60% oil blend with natural flower oils in the colorant. The unique oil-based formula propels colorants deep into the hair without ammonia for pure, vivid, long-lasting color. Garnier Olia Oil Powered Permanent Hair Color achieves maximum color performance while the oils help reverse roughness and dullness, visibly improving and restoring hair.”
~The FIRST thing I noticed was the pleasant, refreshing fragrance, there was zero ammonia or chemical odor.
~The SECOND thing I noticed was how gentle it was to my scalp. I have an area of psoriasis on the back of my scalp that gets irritated when I color my hair, in fact as soon as past hair color touched it, it immediately starts burning. Olia is so gentle that I had no discomfort during or after the application!
~ The THIRD thing was how soft, shiny, vibrant and true to life the color was. I will be using Olia the next time I color my hair and highly recommend it!
The application process was simple and easy. The developer and colorant mixed up easily in the cute mixing jar. The color was creamy and thick enough to not drip. I applied it to my roots first for 20 minutes as directed and then applied it to the rest of my hair for 20 minutes. Then I massaged and rinsed thoroughly and applied the After Color Conditioner that had an amazing fragrance. My hair felt different immediately after I was done, almost like it was coated with a protective layer. When it dried it felt normal as though the oil had been absorbed.
I was very pleased with the coloring process and the results. I used the 7.0 Dark Blonde. It was true to the color on the package. It left my hair softer, shinier and provided 100% gray coverage and was long lasting. I am a huge FAN! I was able to try this through a Bzzagent Campaign! #GotItFree
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