The Best DIY Hair Dye in the Market
I have tried the Rose Tea Brown, Chestnut Brown, and Milk Tea Brown variants of this product. For reference, I have been coloring my hair for 10 years in different shades of light brown before deciding to use Liese.
As expected, the colors don't match the images shown on the box. The closest to what is shown on the box would be the Chestnut Brown variant. That is the reason why I like that shade the most and will be repurchasing it regularly until I get bored of it.
The cons of Liese dyes are that they are hard to use when retouching roots. Liese can also be very harsh on the scalp as it is a very powerful permanent dye. However, it is much less damaging to the hair compared to Palty and other permanent bubble dye. Its dispenser is also by far the easiest to use. Liese also has a fair amount of product compared to Palty. One box is enough for my long and thick hair.
I will list my assessment and experience with the three variants I have tried below:
1. Rose Tea Brown - Beautiful color but fades quickly to a neautral brown shade after several washes. It is also the shade that looks the least like what's on the box. Looks best on fair skin.
2. Milk Tea Brown - The least impressive of the shades I tried. Not an interesting color and it doesn't dye evenly. However, it is very flattering for most skin tones.
3. Chestnut Brown - Beautiful and classy color that would suit all skin tones. Has color dimension and is not flat at all despite being a dark shade. It is also easiest to apply since you don't need to color in your roots first; just foam it up on your hair right away without having to worry about the color being uneven.
I will most likely buy Liese regularly since it is fairly easy to use and gives beautiful color payoff. The only major downside is that BeautyMNL doesn't restock this as fast as I would prefer. Liese is always sold out!
3 months ago