L'Oreal Perfect Blondissima Creme
If you have dark hair (natural or already coloured) and want your hair to be blonde or noticeably lighter than the colour you have - the product to use is Perfect Blondissima!
Perfect Blondissima Crème - Bleach can take a natural brunette and give a sunny, bold, bleach blonde. A lighter shade of brown can achieve a pale, cooler blonde hue.
This process takes a little longer than a traditional haircolour but the results are definitely worth it.
You can apply a light blonde haircolour of your choice (ash, beige, golden, neutral, etc.) after lightening to give a more sophisticated, refined shade or leave it "bleached" to make a trendy, bold statement.
The bleaching action works to lighten up your natural haircolour and eliminate the stubborn red pigment, so you won't look brassy or orangy. The length of time you leave Perfect Blondissima is important for the final result. So determine it first with a STRAND TEST (read instruction sheet carefully). Leave it on until you see a pale, yellow colour (could take 60 minutes or more on darker hair).
The colour of cooked pasta or the inside of a banana peel is also a good reference.
Perfect Blondissima Crème - Streaks lets you create the look that suits you. For luminous blonde highlights that are refined and contrasting, use the cap. For luminous blonde highlights that are soft and natural, use only the brush.
It takes time to be blonde, so enjoy the attention, flirt, and have fun. Living life as a blonde (naturally or by L'OREAL) is an experience and a lifestyle.
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Kristen: more than a year ago
Truly terrible. I got this by recommendation of a friend. I had faded black hair and when I tried to bleach it out... Nothing happened! Absolutely nothing! I left it in for more than an hour and even applied it a second time for another hour but still nothing! Incredibly disappointed by this product.
Darcene: more than a year ago
Great product - works well to lighten blonde and brunette hair. As with most bleaches, I found it did leave a brassiness to it but as I was planning to use a dye after bleaching, the brassiness disappeared. It will leave hair considerably drier after use and a conditioner is necessary.
ashley: more than a year ago
i for one think this product is a waste of money. I have naturally light brown hair and wanted to go blonde so i used blondissmia and i know if u have darker hair u leave it on longers and i did. I noticed that it had changed colour a bit but not alot and come to my surpise my hair was orange. i waited a week before trying it again knowing that it should go blonde the second time using it and wut do u know all it did was make my roots super blonde and the rest of it was brassy and orange not only am i mad i wasted 40$ but livid at the fact i used it twice in a week and did absolutly nothing but damage my hair and make me look rediculous.