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When the Revlon Professional Nutri Color Creme in 621 Candied Chestnut landed on my desk, I instantly knew who would be the perfect candidate to review this – no, not my receding-hairlined Hubby, but my sister T.  She’s currently staying with us in Melbourne as she’s on a Working Holiday Visa (like I was 2.5 years ago).  T’s hair is crying out for help!  It has been bleached, dyed, but faded and over-heated with hair straighteners and hairdryers.  Yikes!  But look at the before and after photos and you will see that Revlon Professional Nutri Color Creme did a fabulous job.

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Her hair looks and feels so much healthier and the colour is more vibrant – and all this in 3 minutes!!!  It was so easy to use.

About Revlon Professional Nutri Color Creme

Perfect for maintaining hair health in between salon visits, Revlon Professional Nutri Colour Creme enhances colour and corrects fading, while reversing visible damage and keeping hair radiant thanks to its enriching properties.

Available in 15 vibrant colours, Nutri Colour Creme has been especially created for colour treated hair and does everything your hairdresser can minus the time involved. It brightens, revives, accentuates, tones and corrects fading colour in three minutes flat.

Available in leading salons at RRP 24.95 for 100ml tube.

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Totally no complaints whatsoever from T.  I dyed my hair a couple of weeks ago {Liese Bubble Hair Colour} and I’m definitely going to use this too when I need to inject some life back into my hair.

Over to you, how was your Easter weekend?  What hair products do you swear by?

9 Comments on Go Nuts For Revlon Professional Nutri Color Creme In Candied Chestnut

  1. Madam M
    10/04/2012 at 12:40 pm (6 years ago)

    oh i hope this comes in black. My hair is dyed black and i wash my fringe every day but the rest of my hair(horse mane) once or twice a week. The black in the fringe tends to fade a little and this would help pep up the colour before the next dye. Sounds perfect.
    It had made you’re sisters hair quite glossy, nice.

    • Ling
      10/04/2012 at 2:20 pm (6 years ago)

      @Madam M, I love your hair colour because you can pull of black so well!!! I dyed my hair black once and I looked like Death with glasses!! LOL. And ooh, I just checked…there is a cool brown/dark. The colour guide is on its way to your inbox 🙂

  2. lulu
    10/04/2012 at 5:01 pm (6 years ago)

    great post! can’t believe it takes 3 mins only!

    • Ling
      11/04/2012 at 11:35 am (6 years ago)

      @lulu, Yeah, it was quick and fuss-free 🙂

  3. Sue
    10/04/2012 at 8:16 pm (6 years ago)

    Wow so this is like a tinted treatment kinda thing? Can I use it in my roots to temporarily hide regrowth? LOL might have to try this out!

    • Ling
      11/04/2012 at 11:36 am (6 years ago)

      @Sue, Sadly, I don’t think it is strong enough to hide regrowth unless your original colour is light and your dyed colour is dark…if that makes sense..?? I’m confusing myself LOL

      • Sue
        11/04/2012 at 12:12 pm (6 years ago)

        @Ling, Oh haha yeah that makes sense! Damn oh well 😛

  4. Rainy Days & Lattes
    12/04/2012 at 9:06 am (6 years ago)

    I could def see the difference! And only 3 mins? 🙂