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12 reviews | 3.1 out of 5
Colorsilk 70 is a very natural looking ash color...darker on me than the box picture...which is good for me..I just redo my roots without pulling it thru the rest of my hair.. my ends stay lighter..that why you hair color looks more natural..like when you were a child...Light ends with darker roots...could not be easier..conditioner in box is great....
Do not gauge by the color on the box! My experience is the color comes out darker. For many years I used Preference 7 1/2 A, but my hair started to get brittle from the chemicals. This color was a good replacement at less than half the cost! I have just a few grays, and those areas did absorb the color a bit differently than the rest of my hair. I like that ColorSilk is ammonia-free, so it is much gentler on my hair. That means I can refresh the color more regularly. I find this product to be a great value. Experiment a bit to find your right shade!
The photo at the box is wrong. Color turns out darker and much more "ashy". Very dirty grayish color. Doesn't look good or natural. I put it on previously very light ash blond. I will have to cover it with another blond to warm it up a bit. Hope it will help.
This is a good hair color and the results were excellent. I would recommend this product to anyone and thank you.
If your hair is dark brown then this will not do a whole lot for your hair. I got this to tone down the redness from another revlon hair color but it did not work.
I bought this to use on the gray hair around my face and bangs, then I used the Colorsilk ultra light ash blond in the back of my hair where the roots are dark brown. What a surprise! It is gorgeous! The two colors blend in naturally and my hair is soft and silky and shiny. The roots are perfectly covered without the brassiness I had endured even at the hair salon. I am thrilled! The boxes were $2.95 each at WalMart. I hope they keep carrying these colors and this brand. I'm going to stock up!
The only store bought brand I ever have and ever will use.
I have naturally ash blonde hair. I dyed it last fall to a reddish blonde, and the bottom of my hair was lighter than the top a year later. I grabbed this product in an effort to even out my hair color, and it turned my hair into a hot mess! I now have grey/brown hair!!!! Ugh. Terrible color all around. If you are a blonde, DO NOT BUY THIS COLOR!!!!
Not overly pleased, but I guess you get what you pay for. Very surprised because Revlon is such a well known product. It did not cover the grays. My hair turned out a very dark brown. Friends commented on how dark my hair is. I was going for a lighter shade because I am quite pale at this time. Now with the darkness of my hair I look sickly. One comment made was, "What is it Halloween"? the
I used this hair dye today 08/30/14 and well when i washed off the dye well in the past i had red but that faded well i honestly gotta say that it didn't work for nothing you don't really see the difference .... Well honestly you can't really see nothing from the dye
I am the type that dies my hair semi-permanent multi colors like purple pink, blue excetera. When the colour begins to fade sometimes I want to try to go back to a more natural color. But its hard because a lot of the undertones from the non natural colors is green which is very hard to get out. But with this product the Revlon color brilliance number 70 medium ash blonde I am able to achieve a flawless even colored blonde shade that is unbelievably beautiful. I have tried other brands in the same color that are more expensive and doesn't work at all. I would so recommend this to anybody that loves to play with color and their hair but also wants an easy way out back to a natural color.
My hair was dark reddish blonde with golden highlights before coloring. I was hoping to use this product to lighten my hair further while toning down the red to achieve something at least close to what is on the box. Every example on the side of the box showed that the product would lighten your original shade.
My result, however, has been a lovely shade of common field mouse. The base color darkened to a muddy brown and my light blonde highlights became GRAY. No, not ash blonde. Gray. There is no richness to the color at all and adds a decade or two of age to my appearance.
Bottom line: it is not at all how it was supposed to come out and I seriously regret using it.