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Pam&Roy Herbal Water Color | Only Add Water to Color Your Hair

February 1st, 2020 · 4 Surrendered

If you are looking for alternative to your usual grey coverage product, here’s one new product that is coming to Guardian Malaysia near you in in few weeks time. The usual hair color has Ammonia which can be foul smelling and come with chemical developer. Fret not, this one will just need water and it has hint of lavender smell, not too overwhelming, in fact I didn’t smell much of it after mixing it.

Here you go… Korea Premium Brand Grand Prize winner for hair care product… Pam&Roy Herbal Water Color.

Pam&Roy is made in Korea with 32 types of herb, plants, grain and patented traditional Korean Medicinal ingredients. This herbal permanent grey hair coverage dye product provides 100% grey coverage and can help in preventing hair loss and promoting hair growth. It can prevent hair loss cause by Alopecia.


There is no Peroxide, Ammonia, ingredients derived from animal, mineral oil, and Henna in the hair color which is great because you won’t get hair damage, scalp irritation, and eye irritation from it. It is also suitable for those with sensitive scalp. The key ingredients are Korean Red Pine, Mugwort Extract, Pestalotian Leaf, Sophora Flavescens Aiton, Cnidium Rhizome Extract.


It comes in 4 colours(Natural Black, Dark Brown, Light Brown, and Medium Brown).

Each box contains Pam&Roy Herbal Color Powder (10g x 3), mixing bowl, vinyl gloves, vinyl gown, mixing stick, a dye brush, and instruction manual. Having three individually packed powder is very convenient, you don’t have to worry about wastage and hygiene.


Each sachet can be easily opened without scissors.


All you need is warm water(70-80 degree Celsius) to be added with the color powder. Here’s the suggestion on how much to use:
Partial grey hair: 10g(1 sachet)+50ml water
Short hair: 20g(2 sachets)+100ml water
Medium length hair: 30g(3 sachets)+150ml water
*This is just a guideline, it depends very much on your hair length and volume.

This one here that I’m trying is dark brown. I don’t have any grey hair though ;p I’m getting help from my mother hahaha…

Left: After adding water and the herb powder into the mixing bowl, stir well for 1-2 minutes. It is best to let it ‘rest’ for 3-4 minutes so that you can get better result and not too watery.

Right: Start applying to the hair. Section your hair for easier application. The brush and comb is very easy to use.

After you are done with it, wrap your hair with shower cap(I used the vinyl gown to wrap) and leave it for 30-40 minutes.

When the time is up, rinse with warm water and shampoo twice.

After the coloring session, towel dry your hair and blow dry completely to prevent any color loss. For better result, you can apply hair oil to your towel-dry hair and blow dry with cool air.

Since the ingredients don’t irritate your scalp and hair, you can repeat the usage as many time as you want. There are feedbacks from users that the more you use it, the better the hair condition gets.


Here’s the before and after photos. It covers all the grey. Since the original hair has black and grey, the dark brown we used gave an illusion of highlight to the hair, the effect is quite nice. The grey area is dark brown in color while the black remains black. It can’t be seen in the photo though, tried hard to capture the effect but it just didn’t show. If you don’t want that effect, then it is best to get the color closest to your original hair color.

There you go… That’s my review of Pam&Roy Herbal Water Color. This product is given to me for review but all opinions are my own. You can buy Pam&Roy Herbal Water Color EXCLUSIVELY at Guardian Malaysia at RM43.90 per box. It will be available in middle of February 2020 in Guardian Malaysia.

Here’s my unboxing video:

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  • 1 Esther // Jun 7, 2021 at 11:56 pm

    Hello!

    Thank you for sharing the video and blog.

    It has been more than a year from the time you shared about this product. I will like to know if your mom has continued to use the product. If she has, does the product keep her hair healthy? Does it dry out or damage her hair?

    The reason I asked this question is because, whenever I have regrowth of an inch of grey hair, I tend to colour my whole hair length. (It is really hard to just cover the grey hair only.) Hence I am keen to find out if colouring the whole hair length once a month would be damaging to the hair.

    I just want to make sure that the claim: “There are feedbacks from users that the more you use it, the better the hair condition gets.” is true.

    I hope to hear from you about your mom’s experience if she is still using the products.

    Thank you and stay safe.

    Best regards
    Esther

  • 2 sweet surrender // Jun 8, 2021 at 12:16 pm

    Hello Esther, my mom is still using it. She is quite happy with it because there is no chemical smell and easy to prepare. For her hair condition, generally my mom’s hair isn’t damage to begin with. Even after using it, there is not damage done to it, her hair condition is still the same. She colours it once a month too concentrating on the regrowth. Since it is in powder form and you will only colour your regrowth, you can store the leftover in air tight container or any other method to avoid the powder to become moist. You’ll just have the adjust the ratio of the powder accordingly to make the mixture. Hope this helps 😉

    Used to be able to buy it at Guardian but can only buy it now online on Shopee or Lazada on their official store.

    Thanks for dropping by. You stay safe too.

  • 3 Esther // Jun 13, 2021 at 5:06 pm

    Hello! Thank you for your reply. I don’t have anyone to help me touch up my grey hair at the back of my head which I can’t see. That’s why I tend to colour my whole hair length each time. It’s so good that you touch up for your mom.

  • 4 sweet surrender // Jun 14, 2021 at 2:16 pm

    Hi Esther, sometimes she just do the whole head on her own too. The good thing is that it is easy to prepare. 🙂

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