L'Oreal Technique Excellence HiColor Permanent Creme - For Dark Hair only

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L'Oreal Technique Excellence HiColor Permanent Creme - For Dark Hair only
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Hair Color & Treatments / Hair Color / Semi & Demi Permanent Hair Color
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What it is:
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 . The first haircolor of its kind specifically developed to lift dark hair in one single step, without brassiness.

What it does:
Rich, smooth creme formula conditions and penetrates hair for more intense, long-lasting color.

What else you need to know:
Breakthrough technology lifts hair 3-4 levels, no pre-lightening required.

  • True-to-shade color that resists fading
  • Quick processing time of only 30 minutes
  • Available in 11 intense lift shades
  • 1 part hair color (1.74 oz) to 1.5 part Oreor Crème Developer (2.5 oz).
    1 Question & 3 Answers
    Manmeet Bains
    from UK asked:
    February 18, 2014
    Hi, I was wanting to purchase this hair dye but what level developer would I need to buy, would it be a 30 or a 40?
    This depends on how much lift you want from the hair color. If you are using a dark color you wouldn't use anything higher than a 20. To cover grays the guide line to use a 20 volume. But this may also depend on how resistant the grays are.
    Customer Service
    on February 21, 2014
    This depends on how much lift you want from the hair color. If you are using a dark color you wouldn't use anything higher than a 20. To cover grays the guide line to use a 20 volume. But this may also depend on how resistant the grays are.
    Customer Service
    on February 21, 2014
    This depends on how much lift you want from the hair color. If you are using a dark color you wouldn't use anything higher than a 20. To cover grays the guide line to use a 20 volume. But this may also depend on how resistant the grays are.
    Customer Service
    on February 21, 2014

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