Reviews for Casting Sublime Mousse by L'Oreal Paris
Rating: Jan 16, 2014 9:20pm
I've used this DIY hair colour a number of times now....I grab it when it's on special.
I love the mousse concept...makes it easy to apply for me and mess-free...I don't like the drips. I think this hair colour has quite a pleasant smell to it.
I always follow the instructions to a T...and I always buy the reddy brown shades...they're my favourite. Although whenever I use this brand, I leave the colour on for 3o mins as stated and when I rinse it out and my hair dries...my colour is almost black....no red, just dark, dark brown - black....it's not until weeks later when the colour begins to fade that I start to see hints of a red colour and this is mainly under lighting or sun.
I keep buying it though because by the time I get around to it...my grey halo has taken over my head and I'm in desperate need of a colour and when it's on sale I grab it....I just wish the colour result was more like what is shown on the box.
Rating: Jan 3, 2014 8:33pm
Overall a nice product with lots of colour options.Spreads evenly and very easy to use as a shampoo. No drips as well.
Rating: Oct 31, 2013 11:03pm
913 turned my dark ash blonde hair hideous copper orange
The box (and photograph) describes the colour as "exquisite light beige blonde" I followed the instructions to a t, I used 1.5 boxes for my long and high lighted hair. half way into the development time I could see the revolting copper colour and prayed it would lift to blonde by the full 30 minutes but no. It stayed this revolting unnatural copper orange colour that looks like a bad mens toupe. Thankfully it had no effect whatsoever on my highlights - expect it wouldn't work on grey hair - , if not for that I would be devastated. Ladies, PLEASE go to the salon saving yourself one or a couple of hundred dollars isn't worth feeling self conscious and shame on L'Oreal for getting the colour indicator so wrong with this product its throroughly misleading. The colour indicator for my hair was about a shade lighter so I thought it was a safe option especially for regrowth. This orange horror came as a huge shock as I have no red undertones or colouring and never have as my hair is ash blonde and never even needed a toner in the past when highlighted. RESPONSE FROM L'OREAL PARIS: We are very sorry to hear about your experience with your L’Oreal Paris product and that it is not suitable for your hair. We would love the opportunity to talk to you directly about this so we welcome you to contact our product experts for any further information or advice we can offer you including ingredients related queries. You can contact them on 1300 659 359 at your convenience. Thanks.
Rating: Sep 21, 2013 5:31pm
May not purchase again
So, this was the first time dying my hair. Keep in mind, my hair is Asian therefore jet black. I bought the pure blond shade. The process is easy, it was the result that I did not like. I left the dye in for 5 hour, no exaggeration. I had nothing better to do that day. The condition made my hair soft but my hair had barely been coloured, you can only slightly notice it if you put it into the sun.
Rating: Apr 21, 2013 11:52pm
so easy & so gorgeous!
I love this hair colour. I've been dying my hair for over20 years mostly at home and this by far the best product I've ever used. I get great, long lasting colour with oodles of hilighty depth. Couldn't be happier!
Rating: Dec 22, 2012 11:11pm
There are pros & cons
Very easy to apply with the foam application however the colour was a lot darker than anticipated with no highlights or any variation whatsoever... Will need to select lighter shades next time.
Rating: Oct 26, 2012 1:48pm
Foam application is a breeze
What I like about this product is how mess free & easy to use it is. I use on myself & also regularly colour my daughters (long) hair - always the process is easy, relatively drip free, & gives a consistent colour result. I don't have to worry about hair dye spreading it's way over me or the bathroom, unlike the more traditional non-foam formulas.
I do find it lasts fairly well too, easily can go 2+ months between colours with not much fading or need to touch up
Rating: Aug 13, 2012 3:21pm
Pure dark brown = Jet Black
Pure dark brown looks like a medium brown on the packet but don't be fooled! This product left me with Jet BLACK hair, I expected it to turn out slightly darker as they normally do but 4 shades darker than the box is CRAZY! There was not even a shimmer of brown in my hair in the sun, it was totally black. I contacted the company but the response was to call another phone number.I went from a level 7 to a level 1 colour which looked horrible, I have to have the colour removed from my hair and highlights into fix the mess.
Rating: Aug 7, 2012 11:07pm
I liked this hair dye. It's easy to use and I found I had no problem covering my thick hair with one packet. I found the mousse pump appication made it easier for me to make sure the dye covered all my hair. I did find that the colour was a bit darker than on the packet, but as someone with dark brown hair that usually dyes darker than it's meant to with other hair dye brands as well, this didn't bother me. The colour issue therefore might be something to keep in mind if you choose to purchase this dye.
Rating: Aug 1, 2012 6:45pm
There are better options
Nice colour range, and scent.
But the 'popping' foam sensation really irritates me and it left a rather patchy result. For the price of the product there are far better alternatives, like the John Frieda one! =]