Revlon Luxurious Colorsilk Buttercream Haircolor Review

I’ll be straight with you, I haven’t had the time in my schedule to cut my hair since September or October of last year. While I desperately need one, the one trick I know that makes people think that I did cut my hair, is to color it. Have you ever done this? I know I can’t be the only one!

Revlon had perfect timing with a Klout Perk I received to try out their new Luxurious Colorsilk Buttercream Haircolor. I choose 30N, which is dark brown. I’ve never used any of Revlon’s permanent haircolor’s, except for their Frost and Glow, which I didn’t really have a good experience with (more bleaching than actual highlighting.) But I have to say, their Luxurious Colorsilk Buttercream Haircolor has made me a fan. 

There are so many things that I loved about this haircolor kit; first and foremost is that it is ammonia-free. And I mean truly ammonia-free-especially when it comes to the scent. There is no horrible, eye-stinging scent in this haircolor. In fact, there was no scent at all. I was pleasantly surprised! Next, the conditioner that comes with the haircolor is their ammonia-free triple butter complex. The complex is a mix of mango, coconut and shea butter. After rinsing out the dye, you apply this conditioning complex for two minutes, and it smells heavenly.

I decided not to use any hair treatments or styling aids when drying my hair and couldn’t believe how soft, shiny and silky my hair felt, not to mention that it was frizz-free. Best of all, my hair looked super healthy as if I just got those dead ends chopped off. I am in love with the color and how great this home haircolor made my hair look. What do you think?

Revlon Luxurious Colorsilk Buttercream Haircolor is available at drugstores nationwide and (for only like $5!) Have you tried it?

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3 Responses to Revlon Luxurious Colorsilk Buttercream Haircolor Review

  1. Lucia
  2. SunnyBlondie

    I haven’t dyed my hair since I was 16. It’s getting way too pricey to keep going to salons. So I was in CVS and this color caught my attention. I used the 03G sun blonde one. Their werent many reviews so it was a bit scary. I was a little nervous but couldn’t stand my roots coming in so I decided to give it a shot. I thought the worst case scenario I would put highlights in. My normal hair color is like an ash to medium blonde. I had highlights done back in October. On Sunday I took the chance. The color came out very similar to the girl in the box. The only complaint I have is it does have like an orange or you could say strawberry blonde tint to it. That I could of lived without. I am still going to add sum highlights to it though, cuz I don’t like the tint. Other than that its not bad. I would use it again and I’m very picky. It kind if reminded me a little bit like a scarlet johansen blonde. Of course all dyed dry ur hair out a little. It doesn’t matter if its a home job or salon job. Just keep moisturizing. I did buy the oops stuff but its not really recommended for blondes more for people with darker shades. That was just a back up cuz I didn’t want to look like a muppet after. It is a very good base if u want to add highlights. That’s a plus to me. I will get a home highlighting kit. Good Luck!

  3. lynne salisbury

    Im now a true fan….but I love the creme conditioning packet. I’ve looked at CVS, Rite Aid, Walmart, Target….can’t find the conditioner sold separately in bottles. I wish I could. I love it and it smells sooooo good..any ideas?

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