L'Oreal Excel Hicolor Highlights Red 34 g (3-Pack)
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This is a step that everyone should take to prevent undesirable results and irreversible hair and scalp damage. To do the test, follow the below instructions: You’re a good candidate for L’Oreal HiColor if your hair is strong, unprocessed, and well maintained. Refrain From Damaging Styling Practices
A raw scalp and hair dye don’t mix well, often leading to scalp redness, burning, swelling, and even hair loss. If you wash away your hair’s sebum immediately before coloring it, there’ll be no barrier between your scalp and the hair color. Use a heat protectant– If you can’t stay away from the heat, apply a heat protectant beforehand to form a protective barrier on your color-treated hair.
If you don’t have the desire, time, and patience to do these things, you should choose a no-damage color option like temporary or semi-permanent color.
To give your hair the best chance of staying healthy post-processing, we recommend that you follow the below steps before dyeing your hair. Look at Your Hair Just because certain hair products don’t contain or require bleach, that doesn’t mean that they’re damage-free. L’Oreal HiColor Requires 30 to 40 Volume Developer NEW HiColor RED HiLights by L'Oreal Excellence is the first highlighting series formulated for dark hair. Rich, no-drip creme makes it easy for control of creative techniques . True-to-shade color that resists fading. L'Oreal Excellence HiColor Red HiLights is available in Magenta, Red, Copper Red and Copper.
Put the blow-dryer down– Blow dryers are a form of indirect heat that can wreak havoc on color-treated hair. Instead of blow-drying your hair, air-dry it. Wear suitable, disposable gloves. Measure 2.4 fl. oz. of Oreor 30 or 40 Volume Developer depending on the degree of lift desired into a non-metallic shaker or bowl. If hair is relaxed, use 20 volume developer only.