I was sent Casting Crème Gloss in the shade chocolate truffle for free to try out.
As you can see, before dyeing, my hair was brown with red undertones that had faded over time. I hoped it would bring life back to my hair and blend the red into the rest of my brown mane.
Luckily, the dye, more commonly known as Cheryl’s shade, did just that.
It went a shade darker than I anticipated, not that I’m complaining, I assumed it would only make a subtle change as the dye is non-permanent. Despite the dark appearance, the dye still has a degree of warmness that brought out my red tones, especially so in the sunlight.
My hair looks shiny, fully nourished and is soft to touch, with a fruity smell, all thanks to the colour enhancing conditioner that came in the packet. L’Oréal have even kindly upped the amount of conditioner by 50 per cent, meaning I can get a second wash out of it to ensure no damage has come to my hair from the dyeing process.
The only reservation about the product is the quantity. If you have long, thick hair (like me), I would recommend buying two of these dyes. I struggled to apply it to all of my hair, so naturally, if you have the option to buy a second bottle, you’ll be in for a treat.
Have you used the product? Let me know your thoughts in the comments below!