My experience with Loreal Paris Casting Creme Gloss – Praline Brown #ColourOfTheYear

Hello Curious ones

My recent hair-coulouring adventure was a new kind of fun! I never thought colouring your own hair at home could be so hassle free, and if you’re worried about spending bills on a salon, don’t! L’Oreal Casting Crème Gloss makes it easy to do wonders to one’s hair affordably, leaving you with a salon type finish (because of the royal jelly-infused conditioner) while being lazy at home.

My hair looks fabulously natural and shiny post this experiment! Loreal Paris Casting Creme Gloss Praline brown hair colourMoreover, what made the process even more enjoyable was the surprisingly pleasant smell of the developer cream and colourant. Colouring my hair has been an extremely fun DIY activity and very different from sitting idly at a salon and spending loads of money, especially given the current demonetisation situation.Loreal Paris Casting Creme Gloss Praline brown hair colourLoreal Paris Casting Creme Gloss Praline brown hair colourUnlike other colouring agents, Casting Crème Gloss has no ammonia, protecting my hair from any damage. It is also enriched with royal jelly that has rare nutritive and rejuvenating qualities which made it seem like I stepped #straightoutta a salon.Loreal Paris Casting Creme Gloss Praline brown hair colourPraline Brown (530), now L’Oreal Paris Casting Creme Gloss’ #ColourOfTheYear, is the colour I shaded my hair with and I highly recommend it to one and all.

– CCSrishti

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Editor: Shamini Singhal

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