I'd read some positive reviews of the John Frieda Precision Foam Colour and, as I'm trying to reduce my spending, thought I'd give it a go rather than getting BFF to do my hair professionally. And as luck would have it, it was also 25% off at Priceline. WIN!
Choosing a colour was hard for me, but after consulting the John Frieda website, I settled on 4N Dark Natural Brown. All I try to do it boost my natural colour, not change it.
As with most kits, the box comes with developer, colour, conditioner, gloves and instructions, as well as a foaming cap for the developer bottle. You are instructed to add the colour to the developer, then turn the developer upside down once, and tilt it side-to-side 5 times. That's it!
You need to use it straight away as of course it continues to develop in the bottle. You squeeze the bottle and the solution foams out into your hand. I covered my part first, then rough sections all over my head. The instructions say to saturate your hair with the foam, and I still had a little left.
After 20 minutes you wash it out, and ta-da! Gorgeous colour. Now I didn't do before and after shots because honestly, there wasn't any point. I just covered my roots and boosted my natural colour, so there's not much difference. However I can see the difference in colour, and I'm definitely impressed!
I'll be buying a few backups of this and doing it at home from now on, it was so easy to do!
You can purchase John Frieda Precision Foam Colour from supermarkets and Priceline, for $22.99 (if you're quick, Priceline currently have it on sale for $16.99!)
Animal testing stance: John Frieda do not test their products on animals, nor commission third parties to do so.