MOETA Pop Devil Color Treatment Ampoule Olive Khaki Review:
The thought of dyeing my hair temporarily came when I planned to go on a short vacation. Actually there was still a trace of brownish from my last dye. Some parts of my hair was still dry and had split ends also, due to the last dye I did to my hair. So this time, I preferred to try a temporary hair colorant that wouldn’t cause more breakage and this notation came to my mind : why not trying a color treatment ampoule? Moreover, I could choose an uncommon color since it will rinsed off after 1 – 2 weeks.
It took me some weeks to contemplate between some brands, from Etude House to April Skin. However, I chose MOETA Pop Devil Color Treatment Ampoule at the end. It has more color options and much more economic too; it costs less than $8 for 30 mL and around $14 for 60 mL.
The crumbly hair and hair tired due to stress revive the shine, with after staining increases clarity of color and color retention. Color and treatment effects to the use once.
P.S. the product claim I wrote above was copied exactly from product’s label. However, I personally think that it was a rough translation and quite difficult to understand. I make a more appropriate version, which could be like this :
“This product revives the shine of your crumbly and tired hair due to stress, with the benefits to increase clarity and retention of your hair color after staining. Color and treatment effect could only be used once.”
+ Coloring, treatment, ampoule, essence all at once
+ Repair damage hair
+ Shiny, smooth, and bouncy after use
+ Save time and money
+ Raw ingredients from Italy
+ The color lasts 2 – 3 weeks and fade away
Purified Water, Cetrimonium Chloride, Henna Leaf Extract, Cetearyl Alcohol, Castor Oil, Glyceryl Monostearate, Glycerin, Macadamia Seed Oil, Hydrolyzed Collagen, Yellow Color no. 204, Yellow Color. 403 (1), Perfume, Blue Color no. 204
How to use :
1. After shampooing, remove water with a towel until stopping water drop
2. Apply the hair color treatment
3. Leave 15 – 20 minutes and rinse off with lukewarm water
My Hair Type : black, shoulder-length hair with some split-ends brownish part due to my last coloring
MOETA Pop Devil Color Treatment Ampoule Olive Khaki Review:
Just like I said before, the color options are very wide and diverse : natural black, chic gray, silver, caramel brown, choco brown, red, orange, lavender violet, burgundy violet, pink, hot pink, lemon yellow, aqua blue, olive khaki, apple green. After being confused choosing between olive khaki, lavender violet, and aqua blue, I decided to buy the olive khaki.
Based on my research and reviews-reading on the internet, I found that – as expected – only strong color like black or brown that are tend to succeed. Well, unless you’ve bleached your hair and removed the melanin pigment, bright colors like yellow, green, blue, and so on would be impossible to be absorbed. So, actually I had no high hope that my hair would turn very differently. Just a trace of khaki is very alright ☺
MOETA Pop Devil Color Treatment Ampoule’s 30 mL volume is quite small. Actually I don’t expect it would be this small. The dimension of the box is only 13 x 3 x 2 cms approximately. The front part of the box comes with a green color, to show the ampoule’s color.
From what I saw on the internet, each color has different box color depends on the variants. You can also see a devil girl picture on the middle, whose hair color is different just like the variants too. The product primer packaging is a silver tube with a black screw cap closure, ease the user to re-close and re-open for later use.
MOETA Pop Devil Color Treatment Ampoule Olive Khaki has a light green color, more like the green of moss or apple. The texture is like a paste, quite viscous and thick. Although this product claims itself a hair ampoule, I personally think the texture is thicker than other hair treatment products. However, you can easily apply this product to your hair without worrying the color will stream down your body.
I applied this product longer than the suggestions, around 30 minutes. After 30 minutes application, I could see right away that there was no difference in my hair color ☹ Also, when I rinsed my hair, the color was rinsed off. You know the sadder thing? Both my hand that I used for applying this product turned green and it couldn’t be cleaned even after I washed them 5 times, but there was no shade of green at all on my hair as it easily rinsed off ☹ Oh and my towel turned green too.
However, this Color Treatment Ampoule does a very good job as a hair treatment ampoule. My fallen hair was lesser than usual, and it didn’t feel coarse although being washed by Mane n Tail Shampoo which was known for making one’s hair quite dry. Still, my wet hair was very smooth and easily brushed, yet just a few hair stranded on my comb. This was a very rare thing, to be honest.
After one application of MOETA Pop Devil Color Treatment Ampoule, I could enjoy my easily-arranged hair for around 3 – 5 days. My hair was back to the way it was after being washed 3 times. One tube of this product was enough for 1 – 2 usage. For a shoulder-length hair like me, you could have 2 usages, each usage was covered perfectly with the ampoule.
In conclusion, I don’t feel like recommending MOETA Pop Devil Color Treatment Ampoule. It really does what it claims as a hair ampoule, but not as a hair-dye. Well of course you could choose a less unique or less mainstream color like brown, black, or grey to make sure your hair was dyed completely, but what’s the point on using a normal hair dye for just 2 weeks?
The enticing part of having blue or purple or pink hair is when you only have to endure it temporarily, e.g for holiday and photo-session. Moreover, as an hair-ampoule, you could have wider options with lower prices. Will I repurchase? No.
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