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Too White To Be True...

HAIR SHADOW.... yes, not eye shadow.... 

First time I heard of it and that also through my sister from US.  She told me that she saw this cute little thing online called Hair Shadow and after watching the short clip, she ordered one to try.  All in all, she paid $16- for this small little thing called Maycheer Pang Pang Hair Shadow.  :)

Feeling curious, I browsed through our local online website called Lazada, I searched for the same brand she mentioned.  There are actually many brands listed and their prices also vary.  Then I found one exactly the same one she mentioned and the only thing is they do not have black color.  So I ordered the brown one instead.  And the joke is I only got it for RM6.90 each whereas she bought it for $16usd, almost equivalent to RM80!  LOL.... She and I had a good laugh over the price difference!  Ok, I was the one who got a good laugh, she did not.... LOL... so bad of me!
I was greedy, I bought two of these...
Total RM13.80 and free shipping some more...
I quickly tested it on my white hair..... 
Mistake mistake.... 
Here goes.... 
Before using the Hair Shadow.... 
And after applying numerous times!
I sent these pictures to my sister....
She had a good laugh!
No doubt I bought them cheap but it doesn't seem to work on me...
I mean, on my white hair....
They are already too white to be covered at all!!
Yes, she has the last laugh....
She bought black and it works on her... 
Mine has to be put on hold till I dye my whole hair black first... 
LOL... 

Comments

  1. Just let it turn completely white. I see a lot of people, male and female, all silver haired due to this pandemic and they actually look very nice. I wish mine would turn white too.

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  2. I agree with STP. White hair looks good too.

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  3. Oh so hair shadow is actually hair dye?

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