Free-for-all Friday


It’s finally Friday! What are you most excited about this weekend?

Before I get ahead of myself, this week’s Free-for-all Friday will be about the popular Prettia Japanese hair dye!

I’ve used this hair dye before and in other different colors as well! This time, I chose to use the jewel peach shade.

So before I get into it, I did have the rose tea brown shade in my hair. It looked like this.


So my hair was already a little light to begin with and helped to take the jewel peach shade better. Depending on how dark or how light your hair is, the results will vary as with any hair color.

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It comes with everything shown here. The instructions are very simple and easy to follow. The fact that it’s a foam hair dye helps a lot too.

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I was by myself when I took these so please excuse the bad angles. But you get the gist right? Lather up your hair with plenty of foam! It should look something similar to this and your hair should be able to stick to the top of your head.

Again, just follow the instructions that I linked off and you should be good to go! Final results are:


Note: as with any pics, hair color always looks different in real life/up close. 

Pretty happy with the end results! It’s more of the orange-y shade I wanted for summer. It has some red undertones but that’s to be expected. And I’ve had red in my hair before so I don’t really mind. Also, this hair dye can be purchased on Amazon for those who are wondering where I bought mine.

Pros: the hair dye is super easy to use and the leave-in conditioner you get with it smells awesome! The color pay off is really good too, very vibrant!

Cons: the hair dye itself smells strong. Like chemicals strong, it’s kind of hard to get used to at first but I think if you’re experienced with using hair color then this won’t be that much of a problem for you.

That’s it for today! Hope everyone enjoyed the simple review. Have any questions or comments for me? Don’t be shy and leave a reply~

With love,



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