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Garnier Nutrisse Ultra Coverage #VoxBox

*This is a sponsored blog from Garnier Nutrisse and Influenster as I received this product to test for free

So recently I was selected to receive a new #VoxBox from Influenster of a beautiful light brown (#630 Toffee Nut) hair dye from Garnier Nutrisse. I have used this brand a few times in the past so I really had no worries with trying out this new one. I set up my phone and did my first "unboxing" video which was kinda fun and something I think I may do more of.



Inside were:



After mixing them as instructed I kept the dye on for the recommended time of 30 minutes in going from a dark blonde color to this light brown. I must admit I was a little worried the color would properly cover my head as I was applying; the bottle felt so light but I ended up with just a little more than enough and I still applied that to be sure. My hair as you can see is just at my neck length so I imagine if it was longer than shoulder length you'd be better off grabbing two boxes to be sure. Instructions were very easy to follow and the gloves were not latex which is a huge plus for someone like me with (new) allergies!

I actually loved how easily it went on and it was not messy like most box colors. What I applied stayed on my head, not running down my neck or ears which is a huge bonus for me, I could just apply and not worry about it. I stepped in a shower to rinse it out, applied the conditioner as instructed and after rinsing I towel dried to see how the hair felt after drying naturally without adding additional product.

In Process (Don't Laugh! lol):




First we will start with color. It was spot on as shown on the box photos and I got complete coverage exactly how the title suggests. I was not planning on going darker with my hair yet but this color is so perfect, especially as a winter color. I was a bit disappointed in how much it dried my hair out though. The oil and conditioner gave me high hopes that this would not be an issue but even a week later my hair which is naturally oily is very dry and requires product each day for moisture. This is something I hope they work on.

Before:




After (with some curl):



All in all this is a great product for the color results and ease of use. Make sure you use a great oil to help your hair with hydration afterwards and I am sure you will be more than happy with the results! For now I'm a brunette until I am bored with this color or someone sends me something else ❤

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