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Garnier Nutrisse Ultra Color Nourishing Color Crème, LB3 Ultra Light Beige Blonde

by Garnier

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LB3 Ultra Light Beige Blonde
  • Transforms hair with ultra-reflective tones
  • Color boost technology nourishes while it lifts
  • Choose from 4 shade families for your perfect tone
  • No bleach

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Product Description

Color: LB3 Ultra Light Beige Blonde

The Nutrisse Ultra Color series is exclusively designed to transform dark hair with ultra-reflective tones - in just one easy step! Choose from four shade families: Ultra Intense Reds for visibly intense red tones on darker hair, Ultra Lightening Browns to take dark hair up to three shades lighter without the brassiness, Ultra Reflective Blacks to transform even the darkest hair with visibly reflective, shiny tones, and Ultra Lightening Blondes to lighten dark bases up to 4 levels without the brassiness.

Product Details

Color: LB3 Ultra Light Beige Blonde
  • Product Dimensions: 2.2 x 3.2 x 6.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00BEWWAKG
  • UPC: 603084292646
  • Item model number: K1294800
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (288 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,479 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
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Customer Reviews

This dye turned my medium-dark-brown hair into a SPLOTCHY orange.
Julian Sojo
Anyway, I like the red tone this color gives my naturally dark brown hair.
V. Gonzalez
I am very happy with the result and would highly recommend this product.
ArmyGirl

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53 of 58 people found the following review helpful By indigoRose on December 31, 2011
Color Name: R3 Light Intense Auburn Nourishing Color Creme Permanent
My hair has been pretty much every color, I'm naturally a medium brown though. I've had red hair a couple times before and knew it looked nice on me so I thought why not since it was an eternal losing battle trying to get ashy tones into my hair.

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?
Disappointed.

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.
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32 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Makeup Addict on October 29, 2011
Color Name: B1 Cool Brown Iced Macchiato
I'm a licensed, retired cosmetologist. Historically, most boxed hair color formulas were not that great, and to get any type of professional look,you had to go to the pros. Not now!

First of all the smell is nice, not the typical strong smell. Secondly, the B1 color left my brown hair with a beautiful multiple dimensional look to it. This color is hard to find in the stores in my area, unfortunately.

For those saying it didn't work for them or cover their grays, you may need to leave it on a bit longer, say 5-10 minutes more. Also, always start along your hairline if this is a retouch. There's also a product called gray magic that helps. It can be added to any permanent color.
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Webvira on August 30, 2010
Color Name: R2 Medium Intense Auburn Nourishing Color Creme Permanent
I get so many compliments on my hair color. I dyed directly over dark brown hair and it's a beautify auburn red in low light and gorgeous bright red in daylight. Full coverage.

Your shower will look like a murder scene after using it though..and it rinses red for quite awhile. Be careful wearing light colored shirts for a couple weeks.
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19 of 25 people found the following review helpful By RedSoxRisa on October 23, 2011
Color Name: Bl 26 Reflective Auburn Black
I saw Garnier's new line of "reflective" hair colors in a local store and was instantly taken with the Reflective Auburn Black shade. I thought about it for a few days because I was nervous about what color I would actually end up with, since there weren't any reviews to be found online. I had been wanting to add some red to my hair for a while but didn't want to look like the Kool Aid guy. I figured this would be a good start!
Let me start by saying that you need to be really careful with this dye! If you're someone who regularly uses red, you'll be used to it, if not, make sure you cover your bathroom pretty well and wear something that you won't mind getting stained. The dye is a very bright reddish orange color (so don't freak, your hair won't turn this color!)! It will stain your skin, your clothes and anything else it drips on. That said, the consistency isn't really drippy, so I, fortunately, kept my floors, walls and ceiling dye-free. It had been a while since I'd colored, so I left it on a little longer than the suggested time. I will also add that I have long, thick hair, and there was plenty of dye. The smell wasn't too bad.
Now.. the instructions say to rinse hair until the water runs clear. I would have been in the shower for a week if I'd waited for the water to run clear. It just kept coming, and coming, and coming (you also might want to give your tub an extra rinse after if it doesn't drain quickly.) All told, it probably took 5 showers until the water actually ran clear. So, if you're unwilling to spend an entire day in the shower, make sure you either blow dry your hair or towel dry it quite thoroughly and put it in a clip on top of your head while it dries. I don't blow dry my hair but I always clip it up to dry.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Robin on May 14, 2014
Color Name: B2 Reddish Brown Roasted Coffee
I'll start by saying that I'm Asian and as such, have the most ridiculously stubbornly dark hair. I tried vidal sassoon's carnaby copper red with literally no change, hydrogen peroxide, and several rounds of sitting in the sun with lemon juice in my hair. I then saw Garnier Nutrisse Ultra Color for dark hair and said, "hey, I have dark hair!" and gave it a try. It worked! My only issue was that I must not have applied it correctly because my roots were much lighter than everything else. I didn't want to get too messy, so I applied it mostly to my roots and then ran a wide-toothed comb through several times until [I thought] I saturated the full length of my hairs. The application wasn't too messy, my hair rinsed clean in under a minute, and everything was hunky dory. I immediately got on Amazon to order more and while I was there, I read several reviews about things being so very messy and I was like, "man, those people must have done something wrong because I didn't have any of those problems!"

Second time around, I thought I'd get a little bolder and go for the medium intense auburn instead of the reddish brown. How different could it be?

I made the single biggest [physical] mess of my adult life. In just applying the stuff, I went through five pairs of gloves, three white t-shirts and soooo many paper towels. And there is still evidence of the mess on my bathroom counter, my shower, the floor, the door and god knows what else. As I went to rinse the stuff out of my hair, I suddenly understood what the reviewers that said "it never rinses clean" meant. It quite literally never rinses out. I sat in the bathtub with the water as hot as I could stand and the shower head on its "pressure washing the driveway" setting for about thirty minutes.
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