If there's one notable thing about its packaging, it's that it came with a brown pseudo-box. I call it pseudo-box because it's not the dye's real packaging. if you open the outer layer (box), you get another box in pink, which I'm supposing is the real packaging since when you hit google with "Bigen Chocolate Brown" you get this photo over here:
I'm not sure what the deal is with the pseudo-box thingy but I do like the pink packaging better since it looks more professional and the color seemed a lot closer to what I had after the coloring was done so I'm not really sure what the brown box's purpose was. Anyway, if you still don't get what I'm saying please watch the video above, okay?
So this dye claims to give hair silk-like shine and touch. It containes olive oil and vitamin E to make your hair shiny and healthy plus silk protein and ginseng for strength and vitality. And what do I think of the product? Here are my pros and cons:
- locally available
- color matches the one on the box (pink one)
- made my hair shiny and silky
- did NOT ruin my hair
- color is long lasting (i'm writing this one month after i dyed my hair)
- has an easy comb brush thingy
And here's how it looks like 1 week after application:
Over all, I really like this product and I highly recommend this for other people to use. Just don't forget to color test 48 hours prior to use just to see if you're allergic or not. And even though it's not as expensive as the other brands, I still feel that the quality is quite good. They don't have much colors to choose from but not very limited. Try it and let me know what you think.