When comparing Adore vs Ion Color Brilliance, the Slant community recommends Ion Color Brilliance for most people. In the question“What are the best semi-permanent hair dyes for unnatural colors?” Ion Color Brilliance is ranked 8th while Adore is ranked 15th.
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Even pink stays for at least 2 weeks The longer you leave it in the better.
Pro Very vibrant
This has tons of pigment and in return makes it true to the color it looks and allowing it to be very vibrant.
Pro Cheap price
Depending on where you buy this you can get it from $4.99 to $7.99 with the average price being around $6.
Pro Long-lasting if left in for around an hour
If left in for 1+ hour the color ends up lasting longer and being way more pigmented and true to color.
Pro Does not bleed
After the first week or so of your usual washes it will no longer bleeding unless you use shampoo.
Pro True to color
It comes out true to the color it looks.
Pro The colors stick
Pro Vibrant colors that lasts a while, even when washed three times a week
Con Runny dye
Dye is not as thick as Arctic Fox or Manic Panic, but its more true to color, and works just as good as those brands.
Con Noticeably damages hair
Doesn't damage hair but doesn't condition it either. If you use it make sure to use a good conditioner afterwards, as it will not repair any damage from bleaching your hair to be able to get vibrant colors.
Con Color didn't take
The color washes out with the dye, leaving a splotchy discolored look. Works best with lighter colored hair.
Con Only lasted two washes
Con Takes a lot of dye for anyone with thick hair
For just below shoulder length you’re looking at at least three boxes to cover all your hair if you have thick hair
Con Hard to get out of hair
It takes a few color removers to get the color out to a bleachable level.