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Sunday, March 27, 2016



Whenever it comes to colouring my own hair, I always look for the brand John Frieda's Precision Foam Colour range only because I always get a full coverage to my hair and it's so easy to achieve salon quality colour. 

So I wanted to change up my hair colour because I felt like a need to jazz it up for the new Autumn season. That's why I tried something a little more different to as what I would usually colour my hair with, which is in shade 8BP Sheer Blonde - Medium Warm Pearl Blonde. However, seeing that I did not bleach my hair in this process, I wasn't going for the full blonde look and instead just wanted to lighten my dark brown hair by just a bit. They usually say when selecting for a hair dye, always go two shades higher or darker than your current hair colour. In case you missed my tutorial of how to dye your hair using John Frieda's Precision Foam, catch up on it here

I love using John Frieda's Precision Foam colour because it gives a salon quality colour to your hair and there's no drips involved, hence it doesn't get all messy when colouring your hair right at home. It comes in a foam, mousse like form which is seriously so much easier to colour your hair with. In the box, comes with a pump style applicator, along with their salon professional gloves which is all you really need to achieve salon-like hair. After dying my hair using this product, my hair still felt shiny and soft. There was no dry feeling to it whatsoever which is definitely ideal for me when I am trying to achieve a new colour, along with still having that soft and natural feel to the hair. The scent of the dye is not too over-powering, I would recommend to have at least a fan or the window open while working the dye all throughout the hair just to keep the air-flow moving in the space you are in. 

In terms of how many boxes are needed, I'd say it would really have to depend on your hair length. For myself, my hair is just below my shoulders which is considered mid-lengths which is not too long. One box of the hair application was definitely plenty to cover the full head with, and if anything there was still some product left after covering the entire head with the dye. The box also comes with a 50ml of long lasting tonal conditioner by John Frieda which should help you to maintain silky lengths after having your hair dyed. 

Overall, I have been using John Frieda's Precision Foam colour for a while now and I have been really satisfied with the results. The foam effectively covers the whole of the head and any patches really well because of how easy the foam works itself through each strand of the hair. It's mess-free and best of all, after waiting for about 25-30 minutes, you can easily do the chores around the house without having to worry about the dye dripping which is my favourite aspect of John Frieda's Precision Foam. The convenience is there and most importantly, the colour is always impressive and shows up really well. For me personally, I wanted to lighten up my hair a little, without having to bleach my hair and so I was able to achieve that. My hair colour definitely turned more warm and yellow toned which was ideally the look I was aiming for. 


John Frieda, Precision Foam Colour in 8BP Sheer Blonde, Medium Warm Pearl Blonde 

Shade Guide 


My hair lightened up a lot as compared to my previous hair colour which was a dark brown shade. I am very impressed with the overall results of this particular hair colour and John Frieda's Precision Foam colour was definitely the way to go! (No drips or mess and it was so easy to use as well which is definitely a bonus). 


Have you tried out John Frieda's Precision Foam Colour range? 

Let me know on your experiences by commenting below or feel free to drop me an email. 

Happy reading! 

Livia xo 
Thank you JOHN FRIEDA for supporting me for this review. My reviews are based on my personal and true experiences. I only recommend products that I truly support.

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