Palty Hair Dye Bitter Cappuccino.
First impression: Cute box xD
Some oil thingy
Nozzle for the bottle
I found a semi good translation of the instructions here: http://s299.photobucket.com/albums/mm289/SoompiPalty/?action=view¤t=palty8inqx5.jpg
But I think if you are used to Japanese products and know a little hiragana and some kanji counters for time you will have no problems using this because there where some drawings explaining how to do it.
It was surprisingly easy! You just comb the colour in, but be careful! The dye is a little on the thin side so I accedently dropped something a couple of times, but it was also the first time ever I dyed my hair.. XD
One pack was enough for my hair but if you have longer than around shoulder length hair, I would recommend buying two bottles because I had to be very economical with the dye. It did smell a lot and sting a little, but that was because there was just a hint of bleach in it I think – and I'm used to bleach so I did not take notice of it.
I waited for around 40 minutes as I read on the internet people did. I wrapped my hair up under some clear plastic and then sat by a heater.
Then I washed my hair with both shampoo and conditioner and applied the little oil thingy from the dye pack. I did not know weather or not to apply the oil thingy, so I just applied it after I washed my hair x3;;
My hair did not feel different after, like it was damaged or anything.
The colour is visible, but not as dark as I expected, but that is only my monitors fault XP
Really nice and easy to use product. I would recommend it for first time users like me :D
Last but not least;
My hair is naturally curly so that is why it looks so different XD And I had to take off my make up when I washed out the dye so I covered the bags under my eyes XP
Top view, much easier to see the difference.
Some weeks after I am still able to see the difference in my hair colour and my hair still feels like it used to ^^