Palty Milk Tea Brown

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  • Description
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  • Ingredients

Palty Hair Dye colors hair with a moist, shiny and silky finish. The hair color contains Camellia oil for moisture, Silicone for smoothness, and Botanical protein for hair protection. Camellia oil hair essence conditions and moisturizes the color treated hair after coloring.



  • Moisurizes
  • Smoothes
  • Conditions



1.       Put on gloves (included in box)

2.       Empty tube #1 into bottle #2 and shake well. (Mix in bleach packet if Palty Bleach)

3.       Twist on comb cap.

4.       Comb contents of bottle through hair.

5.       Let sit for 10-20 minutes. (Wear shower cap if Palty Bleach)

6.       Rinse and shampoo thoroughly.




Reviewed by PrincessThorns, 08/14/2012

I have really black hair, but I bleached it first to a dark brown-ish with normal products.

It does its job as it should, so my hair is now a mid-tone/light brown. I will surely buy more of it. I fell in love with the color.

It's also really easy to use and it doesn't smell bad. And the packaging is cute!

Reviewed by Mimi, 08/13/2012

I loved this color! I bleached my hair with Palty's Hard Bleach Gold Brown for two months, then as my roots grew out, I dyed it to this color. It turned out to be pretty similar to Tsubasa's hair on the packaging, which is what I was hoping for. If you don't bleach your hair, you obviously will not be able to achieve the color, especially if your hair is dark. However, if you're just aiming for a medium-brown color, you can skip the bleaching and jump to dyeing your hair to this color, for it will leave you with a nice, soft brown color. I totally recommend you to buy this!

Reviewed by SooYun, 08/21/2011

I really like this product though it wont work on natural dark brown or black hair you have to bleach your hair first but in the end it gives you a nice gyaru style look.

Reviewed by Mona, 07/12/2011

I got this a while back and have been afraid to use it b/c of all the mix reviews. I finally mustered all my courage and did it tonight. Wow... I love it!!!! This is the 1st time I ever had a at-home hair dye turn out the way I wanted. I didn't want it too light but I did want the color to show. I kept it on for 40 minutes after googling other people's results. I love it!!! I will definitely order this again. I'll post some pics later on P&C FB. Thanks Pretty & Cute!!!!! :)

Reviewed by idolbird, 06/25/2011

I really like this color. My dark brown (almost black) really did change and become lighter (medium brown) but I wanted it even lighter. Damage? honestly it was more damage than I expected but not something that cannot be fixed with proper hair care. I left it on for 40 minutes. I also tried golden brown.

Reviewed by Theresa, 05/07/2011

This hair dye is REALLY good compared to American dyes!
I think that this product doesn't work as well if you've already dyed your hair, and you're redying it on top.
But it worked wonders for me, and my hair turned out according to the references on the box!

Reviewed by Nettie, 02/05/2011

I didn't order palty from this website, they sell it at our oriental super market with a lot of other japanese products. I wasn't really pleased with it. I have bleached brown hair and I wanted a more dolly like gyaru color. It didn't make a difference for me even though I left it in longer than it said so on the box. I think it really depends on your hair and how well it wants to cooperate with hair color. My hair is hard to dye and it ends up getting dry after each hair color.

But a plus though is that it smells better than American hair color products =)

Reviewed by Renee, 12/30/2010

This product is simple amazing!

The SMELL of the dye smell good.

I highly recommend if you have longer hair, to buy 2 bottles because you will need it. I had really long hair and only had one bottle, so I just work with what I got.

The results? Well, my original color was a dark brownish black. Then I dyed my hair a couple of times red. Due to the sun, it change my hair to a redish-orange brown color. When I used this product, it turned into a nice brown color. I was happy with my results and will buy this product again whenever I get money.

Hope this helps!

Reviewed by Kit, 11/30/2010

I actually really liked this hair dye... it showed up well on my hair. It didn't damage my hair at all and it actually left it in a better condition ^^ It also smelled SO GOOD.

Reviewed by Yoo-Jin Bae, 11/16/2010

I really liked this product, my hair color did show up like the model's but maybe with a hint of more of an orange tone, but I still liked it. My hair before I dyed it was bleached to a blondish color which is probably why the color was much like the model's. Overall this product does what it says but also damages hair though.

Reviewed by Pa Bre Vang, 11/14/2010

I honestly didn't really like this product... The color didn't really show at all.. T.T Plus it really does a lot of damage to your hair.. So I mean I am pleased to have tried the product out, but I wasn't really satified. The only thing I liked about it was that, it had a cool way of using the box as a tool to hold the bottle of dye. =)

p-Phenylenediamine, o-Aminophenol, Resorcinol, Cetyl Alcohol, Hydrogenated Poltisobutene, Mineral Oil, Dimethicone, Diphenyl Dimethicone, Beheneth-5, Steareth-2, Steartrimonium Chloride, Stearic Acid, Dimethicone, Diphenyl Dimethicone, Beheneth-5, Fragrance, l-Ascorbate, Sodium Sulfite, Tetrasodium EDTA, Polyquaternium-6, Magnesium Sulfate, Hydrolyzed Soy Protein, Monoethanolamine, Ammonium Hydroxide, Water, Hydrogen Peroxide, Sodium Phosphate, Disodium Phosphate, Etidronic Acid, Ethylhexyl Palmitate, Paraffin, Hydrogenated Polyisobutene, Glyceryl Cocoate, Porpylene Glycol, Water, Propylene Glycol, Dimethicone, Butylene Glycol, Myristyl Alcohol, Glycerin, Camellia Japonica Seed Oil, Amodimethicone, Cyclopentasiloxane, Raffinose, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Alcohol, Polyquaternium-64, Laureth-23, Laureth-4, Steartrimonium Chloride, Behentrimonium Chloride, Disodium EDTA, Propylparaben, Methylisothiazolinone, Methylparaben