REVIEW: OVERTONE COLOR DEPOSITING CONDITIONER

Only a month ago, my hair was pink, thanks to a little hack I learned involving Davine’s Alchemic Red Conditioner. It faded, returned to a bright platinum…. and now? Well, see below.

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Bright. Effing. Red. And like my pink, it took about ten minutes and involved zero damage. Plus, I also had the option to go orange, purple, pink, blue, or teal, in pastel, vibrant, and extreme variations. Now, run, don’t walk to oVertone’s website to pick up a color depositing conditioner set for only $42-$45.

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So, here’s how I did it (after already being platinum – your hair should be at least a medium blonde to use this product!):

1. I slathered on the Go Deep Weekly Treatment to apply the color and let it sit for about 15 minutes.

2. Once I got out of the shower, I noticed I had missed some spots, so I applied it another two times until my whole head was entirely red.

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That’s… it? Gorgeous, vibrant color that actually made my hair feel softer! But the line is built for color upkeep as long as you want it, so there are a few maintenance steps I have to follow each time I hop in the shower:

1. I shampoo my hair as usual.

2. I applied the Daily Conditioner and let it sit for about five minutes, focusing on areas where color has faded most. Having a mirror in the shower helps a lot with this step.

3. If I ever travel, I can bring along the handy mini bottle of Daily Conditioner included in the set so I’m never stuck in a faded color jam.

Guys, we live in the future, am I right? This stuff is incredible. Best of all, oVertone makes a Daily Conditioner Sample Trio for $24, so if you’re not positive which color you wanna try, you can pick out three to test out.

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Would you ever try this stuff? Better question: How could you resist?!

– KBF

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Kate Foster

NYC-based writer. Beauty Assistant at Seventeen Magazine.