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  • NOURISHING HAIR COLOR: Discover the #1 Nourishing Color Creme. Nutrisse Color is formulated with color boost technology & a blend of triple fruit oils–avocado, olive & shea–to deliver permanent hair color, even to dark hair.
  • PERMANENT HAIR DYE: Garnier Nutrisse hair color creme, with grape seed and avocado oil, comes in a complete hair dye kit and nourishes while it colors with a rich, non drip creme formula.
  • GARNIER HAIR COLOR: For nourishing, easy-to-use permanent hair dye, temporary hair color, root touch up, or to enhance your natural hair color, turn to Garnier hair color.
  • OVER 100 YEARS OF PIONEERING IN HAIR CARE: Since 1904 Garnier has blended naturally inspired & derived ingredients into breakthrough formulas. Nourish your hair with hair color & hair care from Garnier.
  • GARNIER IS INCOMPARABLE: Try Express Retouch Gray Hair Concealer for a temporary hair color solution to cover gray hair in between uses of your favorite Garnier Hair Dye shade.
  • It is recommended for normal hair
  • Nutrisse Nourishing Color Creme No. 10 Black is by Garnier for Unisex
  • This item is a hair color that comes in retail packaging

10 reviews for Garnier Nutrisse Nourishing Color Creme Black [10] 1 ea

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  1. Teri

    Fades fairly quickly, but beautifully. Hair was bleached beforehand. Will probably purchase again. Doesn’t transer too much after 2-3 washes. Was prettty purple when initially dyed, faded to pink, then rose gold, then to a light gold with a rose tone.

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  2. Fit Dad

    I’ve got dark blonde hair and like my hair to be a lighter blonde. For years, I went to the salon for color but after having the kids, I couldn’t afford to go for time and money reasons. I was super hesitant about using at home color because I’ve had some BAD experiences that made me have to get an emergency, expensive color correction just to be able to go back in public. I researched like crazy to find an at home blonde color and have been using this color, Garnier White Chocolate 111 for years now. So happy I’m able to do my color at home!

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  3. Jasmine Rosario

    Color did not take in my hair at all 😢. Granted my hair is a dark but it did not lighten at all. Might work on other hair but didn’t on mine

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  4. Elizabeth

    Had to do my hair during quarantine my hair is naturally a dark blonde/light brunette color. This was fantastic. I did the strand test first and figured out I need to leave it on much longer than the directions. I watched a lot of you tube videos about 111and 100 that really helped. Would recommend doing that and using your hair dryer to apply heat help it process faster. You’ll be able to watch the color change, if your hair is looking red you must leave it on much longer or apply heat so it processes faster. It should look more neutral colored before washing it out. Love this will be using again! Grateful to be able to do my hair at home in this unique time!

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  5. Rose

    Excellent ash brown colour, quite light for a brown, without any brassy tones at all. However, having also tried the European Nutrisse hair dyes, I noticed that the US version leaves hair quite dry. I wonder why Garnier don’t produce this colour in Europe, and why they don’t produce the same quality of product in the US.

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  6. Amazon Customer

    My color was nothing like the picture. It came out very dark brown, almost black. Had to strip it and start over

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  7. Jennifer78

    I used this to dye my very expensive real human hair extensions. I’ve dyed them before and never had an issue, so I KNOW they can handle dye. They were super light blonde to begin with and I wanted to darken them a little to match my “winter hair” (blondes, you know what I mean!) The color (medium blonde #80) turned out almost greyish silver, not at all what I wanted. If I had dyed my own hair with this color, I would’ve been mortified.

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  8. Fabyglam

    I have been using Garnier Fructis blonde hair dye for close to a decade now. I recently tried to use The redken color gels+shades eq and it was ok, but I definitely prefer the tones that garnier gives me! So thank you! In the picture I used #92 the buttery blonde and for reference my natural hair is probably a 4 (medium brown). Hope that helps!

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  9. Parameeta D.

    It’s expensive and doesn’t work. I had so much hope and confidence that it’s worth the money and it’s going too look great on me. After applying it nothing happened only that my hair was soft. Nothing could be seen. The colour didn’t even stay on my hair. My hair looked the same. Very disappointed. Not going to buy anything saying nutrisse on it from next time. Just expensive.

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  10. Dejeanli

    As a SAHM currently going through a divorce, I needed to find a cheaper alternative for $200+ price tag my salon trips usually netted me. After using this product, specifically the ultra light natural blonde 100 color, I dearly wish I would have tried this sooner and saved me some money. It’s very easy to apply and I also recommend searching Youtube for nutrisse color application videos, there are lots of them and some are really good and give a decent idea of what to expect and how to apply, which was a huge visual aid and confidence booster for a newbie like me.

    The only negative thing I would say is that there was a very slight brassy redness to it, probably due to my own natural highlights and not the color itself, but that was easily remedied by shampooing with John Frieda’s purple shampoo, it neutralized the faint brassiness wonderfully. I’m going to run the risk of sounding like a John Frieda representative here, which I’m not, but I also use Frieda’s sheer blonde shampoo and conditioner, along with the very occasional use of Frieda’s lightening spray to keep the color looking fresh and considerably extend the time before I have to do another color application, in the hopes of making it easier on my hair. All of these products combined are just a fraction of what I used to pay in the salon and I’m just as happy with the results as I was when I had my hair professionally done.

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