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Mise En Scene Hello Bubble Foam Color (7P Vintage Rose Pink) Review


At the end of 2014, I wanted to change my hair color, but I didn't have anything specific in mind.  I went to the local drugstores in my area and looked at a lot of colors and read their ingredients--and I went home feeling uninspired by all of it.  So I thought, maybe I should just dye my hair the same raspberry red from Hello Bubble as I did before.   I went online to shop for it, and that led me to the new color called 7P Vintage Rose Pink. I knew instantly that was the color I wanted to try!  I had a great experience with this brand the first time when I used it (Check Out My Previous Post For 7R Raspberry Red), so I wasn't worried about the formula, but more about how and if the color would turn out on my hair.   Once again, Hello Bubble Foam Color did not disappoint me! I loved it! 

Why I like the Formula
I've mentioned in my previous post that I really like the foam formula.  It's non-drippy, and extra easy to apply by yourself (this time I really did apply it by myself).  Don't worry if you cannot read Korean at all, the illustrations will guide you through the whole process.  It came with all the items pictured above-which included the hair colorant, a hair coloring cape, a pair of gloves, and a small pack of hair conditioner, but unfortunately it did not come with the little ear protectors this time.  I didn't really love the conditioner that they provided, I would probably use my own hair conditioner next time.  

How long?:
According to instructions, I think it said 10-20 minutes, but I personally left it on for 30 minutes this time

Outcome:
Whenever I color my own hair, I know that it's never going to come out looking like the picture on the box.  With that said, I think the color came out better than I had expected; it's more apparent than the time when I colored it raspberry red.  I tried to post photos of my hair from different lighting situations, so hopefully that will give you a better idea of what the color looks like.  Do keep in mind that my hair before was a darker reddish brown (hard to see in the photo), so the result will never be as pink as it appears on the box.   Lighter hair color will probably achieve a better color result.  

How long will it last: 
Overtime it will start to look more dull, but it's still there, just not as vibrant anymore.  <3

**Click Here to See My Review For 7N Mocha Latte**

**Click Here to See My Review for 7R Raspberry Red**



Left: Before                                     Right: After
After: Taken over the holidays at an
indoor cafe on a sunny day.
After: Indoor lighting






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  1. Hey, nice review :) Anyway regarding this product, i made a subtitle on it's CF, although the packing is a lil different with other celebrities on it. I hope this makes your review better :)

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