This past weekend I decided to color my hair which I haven’t done in quite some time. I’m actually surprised when I think about just how long it has been considering I used to dye my hair 3-4 times a year. Garnier Olia, an oil blend ammonia-free permanent hair color which promises to visibly improve and restore hair as the oils help to reverse roughness and dullness for more brilliant, dimensional color and softer, shinier hair with more bounce.
Garnier Olia Facts:
- First oil-powered permanent home hair color.
- No ammonia.
- 60% oil blend with natural flower oils.
- 100% gray coverage.
- Maximum color performance.
- Visibly improves and restores hair.
- Has a pleasant floral fragrance.
- Available in 24 different shades.
Now I’m normally a burgundy type of gal but this time I decided to the shake things up and chose the ‘soft blue black’. Unlike traditional hair color, Garnier Olia uses an exclusive 60% oil blend with natural flower oils to achieve maximum color performance while visibly improving and restoring hair by improving smoothness and shine.
I loved it. The shine was amazing and when they say soft they meant it. The smell was floral and a nice change from those old chemical smelling colorings. There was plenty product for my hair, but I do have thin hair. I found it quite easy to use. I found my hair shinier, bouncier, and softer. My husband even laughed at me because he noticed I kept touching my hair afterwards – it’s just so soft!! But even he agrees it looks good and he says, but even better it smells good.
* I give this product
4 out of 5 stars. * I noticed after a couple of weeks my greys we’re showing thru again. Now for me this isn’t much of an issue but for someone else it might be so I wanted to come back and mention it.
Thank you BzzAgent and Garnier for this fabulous BzzCampaign!
Disclosure: As a BzzAgent I did receive a free box of Garnier Olia. However regardless of this freebie, the opinions stated here are 100% my own!
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