Sasha Professional Hair Colorant In Chocolate Brown

Yesterday I noticed that I had too many white hairs and I’m like 28 years old only! But since it was raining cats and dogs again due to typhoon “Egay” I couldn’t go to the salon to get a hair coloring treatment.

But my mom had the brilliant idea of doing my hair coloring treatment at home. Well she knows the basics of hair coloring treatment and she does a decent job of curling and coloring my sisters’ hair(s) too. Plus hair coloring isn’t too complicated so I didn’t get scared of my mom’s suggestion LOL.

So I headed to our neighborhood grocery and bought this hair colorant called Sasha Professional Hair Colorant in chocolate brown color. One box/set comes with a tube of the hair colorant and a small bottle of oxidizing agent.

To do your own hair color treatment you will need to prepare the ff. items:

1. hair colorant

2. oxidizing agent (if not yet included in the hair colorant set you bought).

HBC (Hortaleza Beauty Center–a trusted brand for hair treatment items) sells their hair colorant separate from the oxidizing agent. The label should indicate 12%

3. a container where you can put the mixture of hair colorant + oxidizing agent

4. a comb

5. a pair of disposable or surgical gloves

6. a shower cap

7. a worn-out shirt (you might stain your new shirt with the hair colorant)

Once you have mixed the hair colorant with the oxidizing agent, you or someone else can start applying it on your hair. You should apply it per layer using a comb. Be sure not to put hair colorant outside of the hair area especially the face. You might feel a burning sensation due to the oxidizing agent but that’s okay. But not on the face, just on the scalp ;)


After evenly applying the mixture to your hair or after you have consumed all of the mixture, you can put on a shower cap and wait for about an hour to let the color settle.

After an hour, you can wash your hair in the shower. Remember to use hair conditioner as your hair will be all dried up as a reaction to the oxidizing agent.

Here’s the result of my hair color treatment courtesy of my mom.

just woke up. with a chocolate brown hair to boot!

We started the treatment at around 9PM so I was able to sleep at past 12MN already. Be sure to start early when doing this treatment so that you won’t sleep late ;)

So how did Sasha Professional Hair Colorant fare?

What I like:

1. It’s very affordable at 49.50Php per set/box.

*I used only 2 boxes/sets for my shoulder-length but thick hair. So that’s 99Php only!

2. It didn’t damage my hair

3. The hair color result was okay. It covered my white hairs! Most of them at least :P

What I didn’t like:

1. One box is not enough (at least for my thick hair). The tube of hair color was too small if you want more coverage. But if you want highlights only, one box/set is enough already.

2. This brand has very limited colors. The only colors available are black, dark mahogany and chocolate brown :(

3. I still don’t know if the color will last long

My verdict?



33 thoughts on “Sasha Professional Hair Colorant In Chocolate Brown

      1. Hi Gelz! Yes, it’s fairly safe to use. Just don’t use it excessively and do not use it frequently as well. Like every 6 months lang :)

  1. thank you ate micah for sharing you information
    sorry for the late reply ahaha
    im bc kasi for my school…
    thank you ulit :)

  2. hi…ask lang po if this is semi permanent or permanent po ba because i saw it at the department store but i would try it lang po if it is semi permanent

      1. Hi ate micah…thanks po…last question na po…ang oxidizing agent po ba yung parang peroxide na nagbbleach ng hair?needed pa po ba talaga ang oxidizing agent?or ok na po wala?kung colorant lang po…

      2. Hi maica! the oxidizing agent is a very important element when coloring your hair. siya kasi yung nag-se-serve as bleach ng hair mo kasi di ba black yung hair natin. siya yung reason kung bakit mo nakikita yung pag-iba ng color ng hair mo. if walang oxidizing agent, hindi kakapit ang color :)

      1. Hi ate! Thank you po talaga. I already used it po. I actually just tried this for hair glazing. I actually have my hair done already in the salon po with mahogany brownish red shade permanent color almost a month ago. But it faded really fast po even if I avoided washing my hair as much as possible and it made me kinda upset because it’s really expensive. It cost me more than a thousand. I learned that I can use red color glaze to spike up the color but the diy red glazes available in the market are also expensive. Then I came across a home made hair glaze recipe on the net ^^ and it involved using semi permanent hair dye. I’m glad I saw a bright brownish red shade of this product in the grocery and your review. It is really very cheap po, I just mixed a good amount of conditioner w/very few squirts of shampoo and 2/3 of both colorant and developer for my below-waistline-length-hair. I’m really happy with the result po and to think I just spent 50php for it.

      2. Hi maica! I didn’t know about hair glaze. Thank you for introducing this new term to me. Maybe the hair colorant used by the salon you went to was of inferior quality so it faded easily. Glad that my review has helped you and I’m also glad that you’re happy with the result :)

    1. Yes I’m Filipino. Why’d you ask? I bought it from a neighborhood grocery store. I’m not too sure if it comes in red. The most I could remember was there were only 3 colors available

  3. Sasha is also available in pink, blonde, purple, and blue (from what I found in grocery store). I have the pink and blue one.

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