Teen star Mika dela Cruz is not one to easily say no to various roles and in film and television. She played a loving a daughter, a prim and proper teenager, and an evil mythical creature, among others. But there is one thing she hasn’t done until recently: color her hair.
As simple as the procedure may be to many who have had their tresses dyed, Mika finds it scary.
“I’ve never done it before and I always associated the procedure with strong chemicals that can cause damage,” she relates.
But her long-instilled trust in Japanese products—which goes all the way back when her Italian-Austrian mother was working in Japan and would send her products from there—encouraged her to give hair coloring a try.
Mika picked Liese Creamy BHC, a Japanese brand featuring a foam-type formula that lets anyone who want to change up their hair color do so easily. It also promises ease of application, so much so that anyone can do properly it on themselves without any assistance.
After using the product, the 18-year-old actress exclaims, “I love Liese and its foam-type formula. It was so easy to use and it provided me with rich evenly colored hair that was super soft and shiny.”
Mika’s fear of damaging her hair was put to rest when her now-colored hair came out smooth and soft. She even considers doing the procedure again.
“I’m already looking forward to trying out the other available colors. I feel like I’m getting addicted and I might even change my hair color every month.”
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