Novelina Zeelke Herbal Hair Color – review
Let’s go straight to the point: I have qualms about using Novelina herbal hair color, for it looks like some of the hair color products that are cheap yet drying to the hair. But alas, I am fascinated to the results, and more!
Let me tell you why I am convinced to this product:
- Unlike on some of the pricey hair color grands, Novelina hair color is made up of Polygonum Mulltiflorum (fleece flower), Ginseng, Aloe Vera, Moringa Oleifera (malunggay), Silk Powder and Pearl Powder
- it doesn’t have contain ammonia and hydrogen peroxide
- it’s easy to prepare!
How I wish it’ll be available in other colors tho. 😛 (only available in black, brown and chestnut for now)
this tiny box contains a pack of powdered hair color, a pair of gloves and a portable brush for the hair.
How to prepare/apply:
- Pour powder in a plastic container
- add 5-6 tsp of tap water, mix well
- apply to hair. focus on gray/white areas
- wait for 30 minutes
Check out the results:
My 2 cents:
- My dad actually dislike the consistency, thinking that it’ll not cover his thick gray strands, but everything’s been covered well. we’ve been deceived! (in a good way tho LOL)
- like in other hair colors that we tried, he also experienced itchiness while we applied the hair color, but much less than when used the pricey hair colors that we tried before
- the hair color can be used for 2 people! I used the remaining color to my mom, who also approved on the results (she prefers to have the hair color in brown tho)
- the solution is not drying to the hair, +1 for this!
- we still can’t say on the staying power of the hair color, updating you this coming weeks, so stay tuned!
Novelina Zeelke herbal hair color only costs 65 pesos, value for money!
will we purchase? as of this writing we still can’t say on the hair color’s staying power, but we all approve on its coverage. if it lasts for 3-4 weeks before it fades then we definitely purchase, and will get the brown one for Mom. 🙂
*Sponsored post, but product reviews are solely mine.