L'oreal's Shine Bond service three weeks before June 14, L'oreal recommended that I avail of Diarichesse, a semi-permanent coloring service that's kind of like cellophane in that it provides superior shine and only a subtle change in color. My hair would then be styled with the Mythic Oil Blow-Dry afterwards. Notice that my hair is light brown when I started the Diarichesse service. It took me something like 4 at-home DIY coloring sessions to achieve that lightness because my original hair color is a really dark black. I told the stylist I just wanted to either maintain or lighten my hair color plus get rid of the grays.
- My hair was really incredibly shiny and soft. I don't think I've ever had better hair texture than after those treatments.
- All my white strands were gone... as in all. I looked under, over, at the sides... not a single white strand was left. I actually felt like Snow White because my hair was so dark and my face was so white. XD
- The softness and shine lasted for a while... two weeks to be exact, because after two weeks I really wanted to go light so I used another at home coloring kit which basically stripped off the luminous coating. I think I need my own bottle of Mythic Oil to revitalize my hair, haha!
- The two treatments are good for rebonded and over-processed hair like mine.
A L'oreal Diarichesse coloring service for hair length like mine would cost around P1,450 at Freshaire Salon while Mythic Oil Blow-Dry is pegged at P405. If you avail of both services you'll spend around P1,700 total thanks to the promotional discount. You can actually do the Mythic Oil Blow-Dry at home by purchasing a bottle of Mythic Oil from Freshaire Salon and other L'oreal partner salons for P995.
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