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Garnier Nutrisse Nourishing Color Creme, H2 Golden Blonde
- Permanent, nourishing color creme with three fruit oils: avocado, olive, and shea.
- The only color creme with a separate ampoule of grape seed oil to start nourishing as you color.
- Long-lasting and 100% gray coverage.
- Available in 56 nourishing shades.
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Size: 1-Count | Color: H2 Golden Blonde
From the Manufacturer
Nourished Hair Means Better Color
Experience Garnier Nutrisse Nourishing Color Creme, the haircolor that gives you rich, radiant color and silkier, shinier hair. With a separate ampoule of grape seed oil, Nutrisse starts nourishing while you color. Plus, it triple nourishes with the after color conditioner, enriched with avocado, olive, and shea oils.
Nutrisse is easy to use, smells great, does not drip, and provides 100% gray coverage. See for yourself why nourished hair means better color — available in 62 nourishing shades.
Triple Nourishing Oils
Nutrisse nourishes while it colors. Enriched with fruit oil concentrate, Nutrisse penetrates deep into hair to nourish and condition so that hair takes color better and holds it longer, from root to tip. The after color conditioner is enriched with avocado, olive, and shea oils, to protect against dryness while locking in moisture to keep your color radiant and your hair silky soft.
Choosing your Shades
Hair Color by the Numbers:
Nutrisse ranges from black (level 1) to extra light blonde (level 11). It is important to stay within two levels, either darker or lighter, than your natural color for the best result. The further you move away from your natural color, the more dramatic your results will be. That means your roots will be noticeable sooner. If you want to go lighter than your natural color, Nutrisse is designed to lift your hair up to two levels so that you can go from a dark brown to a light brown or a light brown to a blonde, for example, but not as far as a black to a blonde.
Hair Color by Tone:
Tone is measured in warm, cool, red and natural. If you want to add warmth to your hair, choose warm, golden tones. Or, to keep it cool, try ash shades. Shades without a tone descriptor in their names, like Dark Brown, allow your natural color to show through and will provide the best gray coverage.
Use our shade selector chart to see our full range of shades and find the one that is right for you.
You will need:
1. Nourishing Creme Developer
2. Nourishing Color Creme
3. Fruit Oil Concentrate
4. Nourishing Conditioner
5. Gloves, towel, instruction leaflet.
1. Protect your shoulders from any splashes with an old towel.
2. Put on the gloves.
3. Squeeze contents of Nourishing Color Creme into Developer Bottle.
4. Open the Fruit Oil Concentrate Ampoule, and pour contents into Developer Bottle.
5. Screw the cap of the Developer Bottle on well, break off the tip, cover, and shake vigorously for 30 seconds or until mixture is even.
6. Keeping the gloves on, apply the product to you dry, unwashed hair using the developer bottle as an applicator.
7. Start at your roots, using the bottle to separate the hair section by section.
8. Then, apply the color throughout the length of your hair to the ends.
9. Massage into your hair and ensure it is evenly spread.
10. Leave on for 25 minutes for little or no gray or 30 minutes for lots of gray hair or resistant/coarse hair.
Rinse and Condition
11. When time is up, keep your gloves on and apply a little water to your hair, massage to emulsify the colorant.
12. Rinse thoroughly until water runs clear.
13. Apply a generous amount of the Nourishing Conditioner. Leave on for 2-3 minutes.
14. Rinse thoroughly.
15. Keep the rest of your conditioner for two or more treatments to keep your hair feeling silky-soft and nourished.
Caution: keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes and skin. This product contains persulfates and other ingredients, which may cause serious irritant, respiratory and/or allergic reactions. Do not inhale or ingest. Prepare to use only in well-ventilated area. Enclosed insert contains important health and safety information. Read accompanying directions completely prior to use. Do not use on relaxed hair.
Powder ingredients: potassium persulfate, sodium silicate, sodium persulfate, acrylates/c10-30 alkyl acrylate crosspolymer, urea, kaolin, magnesium stearate, ammonium chloride, diethylhexyl, sodium sulfosuccinate, vp/va copoymer, polydecene, sodium metasilicate, magenesium peroxide, edta, cl 77891/titanium dioxide, cyamopsis tetragonoloba/guar gum, sodium carboxymethyl starch, sodium benzoate f.I.l. D5004?8 patent pending. Creme developer ingredients: aqua/water, hydrogen peroxide, cetearyl alcohol, trideceth-2 carboxamide mea, ceteareth-30, glycerine, pentasodium pentetate, sodium stannate, tetrasodium pyrophosphate, f.I.l. D55/16. Coditioner ingredients: aqua/water, cetearyl alcohol, behentrimonium chloride, cetyl esters, amodimethicone, parfum/fragrance, methylparaben, persea gratissima/avocado oil, trideceth-12, citric acid, linalool, chlorhexidine dihydrochloride, limonen, hexyl cinnamal, cetrimonium chloride. F.I.l. D10011/1
Top Customer Reviews
+Pros: Long lasting (I have to dye because my ROOTS are showing, not because of fading), beautiful color, cheap, no bleaching, smells good.
+Cons: Does bleed for awhile (I've stained many towels with this dye for a few weeks, hah)
Like all of the other highlighting kits I've used, it first goes on clumpy but that's the way it will be for other kit brands as well. I find it best to start about 1/3 of the way down from my scalp. I then smooth it down twice. Once to get to the bottom 2/3 of my hair then again to get the area at the top of my hair.
One suggestion they give you in the package is to practice first using conditioner. The problem with that is that conditioner usually becomes pretty clear - in smaller amounts - after a minute or so. Instead, I used a mixture of cornstarch and water (I can't remember my exact recipe, but try 2 tbs and add 1 tbs water and mix, thin with water until it is about the texture of conditioner if needed). I can even get it pretty close to the thickness of the color cream (which is about the same as conditioner), so that's helpful.
If you're trying to have smaller, thinner highlights, then I recommend tiny bobby pins. First pin the strands you wish to highlight separately from the rest of your hair. That makes for a much cleaner highlighted strand.
The instructions say to wash your hair with a "mild shampoo" when you're done.Read more ›
Born in Paris, I was introduced to Garnier hair care products at age 18. They were excellent but I used the coloring version only twice at that time. Then they disappeared from retailers. A couple of years ago, I started seeing the color version being sold in local US pharmacies so I was glad to use them again. I found the result very good for color and hair quality.
Then they disappeared from the shelves again. When I found them for sale on Amazon I bought a large number of packs. It never crossed my mind to study the ingredients in detail; it was an old and trusted product. Because I received an email this morning asking me to rate it, I decided to do the job properly by checking the ingredient list on Google. I was certain that it would be good. I stand corrected.
It is not as good as I believed.
There are two ingredients that I would prefer not to use again. I have listed them first at the top of the list with my own (negative) star rating. That explains to me now why this coloring shampoo is being phased out. What baffles me is why manufacturers are so stupidly greedy. These two ingredients can be substituted by others non-toxic and YES, costing more, but at individual pack level the increase in price would have been minimal. I worked in research all my life, I should know!
Another thing that I did not like was that, as per official reports, many of these ingredients were tested on animal models. I hate this.
List of Ingredients:
Resorcinol s known to be a highly toxic skin irritant and is severely damaging to the immune system. It is also a frequent cause of hair dye allergy.Read more ›
I had finally decided to embrace the red undertones in my hair by just going full out red again, and went out and purchased L'Oreal Feria Ruby Fusion (66) since I've liked L'oreal Feria before and it doesn't damage my hair. My hair prior to dying it with Ruby Fusion, it was a dark blonde color. The new color turned out fairly decent, it wasn't as red as I hoped but I thought it looked ok..and then 3 days later when I washed it for the very first time since dying it. It instantly turned my hair into just a flat reddish brown. Worst red hair dye I've ever used. I only use sulfate free shampoos etc, and my hair isn't super damaged so there was no real reason for it to wash out THAT fast. I know red fades a lot faster than the other colors but seriously, one wash?
Set in my desire to have red hair now that I had decided to do it and all, as well as being stuck with this icky brown-red color after just one wash, I went on the hunt for another red hair dye. That's when I came across this one. I'd read some good reviews about it, and figured I might as well try it, so just a week after my Feria attempt (hoping my poor hair wouldn't suffer too much from dying it again too soon) I slathered on Garnier Nutrisse Ultra Color, Light Intense Auburn (R3), and hoped for the best. While putting the hair dye in I had to fight the urge to slightly freak out..when you're putting this stuff in it's ridiculously bright orange/red, like Bozo the Clown type red.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
First, yes, I did follow the directions to the letter. This product did not cover any of the grey or any hair that was not already color treated, Given it's bright shade, this is... Read morePublished 8 hours ago by Elizabeth Stone
I gave this 3 stars because it comes with very little developer for your hair. I bought one box because I've never had a problem where I needed more than one box of dye for my hair... Read morePublished 21 hours ago by Terrance patrick
Overall, I liked the end result. Why not 5 stars? 1) It dried out my hair, but what hair color doesn't? 2) The smell. Read morePublished 23 hours ago by GammaRay
Great for a boxed color. I get a strong color as it's made for darker hair. I'm only a light-ish mousy brown naturally, but this gives a more exciting color than other dyes not... Read morePublished 4 days ago by MS
I have this on my Subscribe & Save list because it is the PERFECT shade of gingery red that I was born with and has now been replaced with a mousey brownish gray. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Kelly
Colors over dark hair amazingly without peroxide and it doesn't fade. I get compliments all the time and asked where I get it done, people are always surprised to hear it's from a... Read morePublished 6 days ago by SioBooks