Loreal Paris Casting Creme Gloss 6.13 Iced Mocha

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Product description

Rich, glossy colour with visible shimmering tones.

The no-ammonia L'Oreal Casting Crème Gloss formula blends away grey. Your hair has all the richness of truly natural-looking colour, full of visible shimmering tones.

Glossy and natural looking colour that lasts up to 28 shampoos.

Gentle, caring conditioner: hair feels nourished

The conditioning formula is enriched with Royal Jelly and leaves your hair feeling nourished.

During colouring the crème formula enriched with a patented conditioning complex helps protect the hair fibre, inside and out, for beautifully soft and voluptuous hair.

After colouring, the new conditioner enriched with Royal leaves colour looking revitalised with a glossy shine.

  • An easy and pleasurable application
  • Non-drip crème formula
  • The delicate fragrance makes colouring a luxurious treat.

The squeezy applicator tube is designed to fit snugly in the hand for a controlled application. Easy and clean, even for beginners.

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Loreal Paris Casting Creme Gloss 6.13 Iced Mocha


4.8 out of 5 based on 10 user reviews Semi Permanent

£6.79 or 679 points

Loreal Paris Casting Creme Gloss 6.13 Iced Mocha 4.8 5 10 10
My perfect brunette colour match! Everyone has different skin tones and hair colour preferences but I've found Castings in general to be a great hair colour to use whatever shade you plump for. I found iced mocha to be the perfect brown for me - not too dark, not too light with nice shiny tones to it. Great product application- wise - really easy and no mess. Does a fine job covering any grey. Have repurchased this a few times now and will stick with it. Iced mocha is the shade I'd recommend for fair skins who want some colour but don't want to look too pasty or washed out. 17 July 2013
Great Colour results This is a great dye to cover all the annoying grey hairs , this is a great colour to apply especially for summer and the great shine that the conditioner creates is amazing! I personally found it very easy to apply with some help from my daughter. The texture and smell of the dye is great and it absorbs very well and quickly. 17 May 2014
Does exactly what it says on the box I was a little hesitant to use this product because a few years ago I tried Casting Creme Gloss in Light Brown and ended up with black/purple hair. However, I decided to go for it and hope for the best. Glad I did! The product was very easy to apply. I have quite long, thick hair and it usually takes ages to evenly distribute dye, but because Casting Creme Gloss is applied to damp hair, it's so much quicker. I recommend buying two boxes if your hair is long for a more professional looking result. The dye did smell but nowhere near as horrid as permanent colours. You get a lovely, nourishing conditioner too, which left my hair soft and detangled. I must admit I was pleasantly surprised by how healthy my hair felt. I tend to use permanent hair dyes and they are obviously more damaging. The main thing is the colour achieved. It looks exactly like the one on the box and I'm thrilled! I started off with slightly brassy light brown/dark blonde hair (a faded permanent colour Level 6) and an inch of natural light brown roots. Now my shade is a glossy light chocolate brown, not too red, not too ashy. Exactly like the model's on the box. I definitely recommend this particular shade. 05 May 2012
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At last a conditioning colour without ammonia with visible shimmering tones, blends away grey with Loreal Paris Casting Creme Gloss 6.13 Iced Mocha. Lasts up to 28 shampoos.

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