Redken Color Gels Emulsified Developer

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Redken Color Gels Emulsified Developer
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Hair Color & Treatments / Developer & Peroxide
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What it is:
REDKEN COLOR GELS! This permanent conditioning hair color works perfectly on any shade of pigmented hair.

What it does:
It has excellent gray coverage for up to a high percentage and is formulated using the traditional 10-level system to complement your hair's deposit level.

What else you need to know:
Redken Color Gels are used to brighten, darken, change/correct, highlight your hair, or even to create brilliant, picture-perfect color effects

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91% Recommend this product (20 of 22 responses)
By wendy
New York, NY
August 13, 2016
Love it
Great quality. Huge bottle.
By Dagneli
Kissimmee, FL
July 16, 2016
Like it
Works nicely
By PK Ryan
Texas
May 3, 2016
Love this developer
I mix with color and use it to coat my hair. It adds bounce and shine.
ProsGreat product. Good for body
By Pamela Ryan
Texas
January 15, 2016
Love it!
Great product! Mixes well and doesn't burn my hair!
ProsLeft it on 35 minutes. Covered well!
By Julie
Los Angeles, CA
October 19, 2014
Love it! Been using it forever
Love it! Been using it forever with the Redken Color Gels
By Sarah
Chicago, IL
October 14, 2014
Perfection
Works great. Lasts forever if you have short hair. Highly recommend.
By Judith
Hollywood, FL
April 26, 2014
Love it!
When mixed with Redken Color Gels it covered my grey hair around the crown of my face better than using the Redken Emulsified Developer-Volume 20.
By Monica
Colroado
March 15, 2014
Love
Wow! This is more than developer. My hair is healthy and has almost a starchy factor now that makes it easier to style. The color is amazing.
By Patricia
United States
March 5, 2014
Great!
Works amazing with redken color gels.
By Heather
TX
January 4, 2014
LOVE IT
A really easy and odorless developer to use.
11 Questions & 17 Answers
elaine
from Elberton,GA. asked:
May 21, 2017
is the sunflower a golden blonde the redken

Jessica
from California asked:
June 20, 2014
Can I use Color Gels Developer instead of Peroxide Developer with Up To 7 bleach?

Margo
from Pennsylvania asked:
April 28, 2014
How do you know which volume is best for your hair and the grey coverage you want. My gray is spotty, around the temples some in the back less than half my hair is grey

Susan
from Kansas City, MO asked:
March 25, 2014
What is the difference between this Redken Color Gels Emulsified Developer and the Pro-Oxide Cream Developer? Can both be used with Color Gels Permanent Conditioning Hair Color?

Luke
from Shorewood, Illinois asked:
January 27, 2014
Can this be used as regular 20 volume

Hazel
from Tifton, GA asked:
April 4, 2013
I have 10 and 20 Redken Color Gels Emulsified Developer. Which one "lifts" color and which one "deposits"?
10 deposits 20 lifts
galina
on April 4, 2013
from plano, TX
I tried 10 volume and my hairdresser tried the 10 volume on my hair. Ten volume did not do anything for my hair-the color did not penetrate the cuticle It just slid off my hair She recommended that I use 20 volume. It was perfect-gave me just the right lift and color that I wanted. I do put in a few blonde high lights for contrast. Hope this answer helps.
carolyn
on April 4, 2013
from Plano, TX
With 10 volume developer you can color your natural hair in the same color or darker. 20 volume developer can be used for grey natural hair if you want to make your hair darker or for natural hair if you want make your hair lighter up to 2 levels.
MAIIA
on August 13, 2014
from San Jose, CA

Laura
from Denver Coloardo asked:
March 16, 2013
so what is the difference in the developers why are there a 10 , 20 ,and a 30?
10 is for semi percent 20 is for average permanent 30 is for lifting more color.
Merry Ekstrom
on March 16, 2013
from Leonard michigan
10 is for semi permanent 20 is for average permanent 30 is for lifting more color.
Merry Ekstrom
on March 16, 2013
from Leonard michigan
Kind of developer is depended of desired result 10 - for natural hair if you want to make your hair darker 20 - for grey natural hair if you want to make your hair darker or for natural hair if you want make your hair lighter up to 2 levels 30 - for natural hair if you want to make your hair lighter up to 3 levels
MAIIA
on August 13, 2014
from San Jose, CA

Laura
from Denver Coloardo asked:
March 14, 2013
so what is the difference in the developers why are there a 10 , 20 ,and a 30?
10 is for going darker, level on level or 1 level of lift, 20 is for lift up to 2 levels and 30 is for lifting up to 3 levels.
elizabeth
on August 25, 2013
from Fontana, CA
Different developers work differently: 10 - for natural hair if you want to make your hair darker 20 - for grey natural hair if you want to make your hair darker or for natural hair if you want make your hair lighter up to 2 levels 30 - for natural hair if you want to make your hair lighter up to 3 levels
Maiia
on December 29, 2013
from San Jose, CA

Diane
from Idaho asked:
January 5, 2013
What is the difference between the different volume numbers? Why should I use a 20 vs. a 10? Thank you. Diane
the volume number in a developer is an indicator of how many levels of lift can be produced....for example....10 vol would just deposit the hair color (no lift).....20 vol would produce 1 level of lift...30 vol would give 2 levels and 40 vol would give 3 levels. If you want your hair 1 shade lighter then use 20... 2 shades lighter then use 30 etc.... If you are going darker just use 10 vol.... hope this was helpful
Sunday
on January 8, 2013
from Philly
the higher the number the better the grey coverage however if you don't have alot of grey to cover then use the lower volume its less damaging.
Jamie
on January 27, 2013
from Batavia, IL
Kind of developer is depended of desired result 10 - for natural hair if you want to make your hair darker 20 - for grey natural hair if you want to make your hair darker or for natural hair if you want make your hair lighter up to 2 levels 30 - for natural hair if you want to make your hair lighter up to 3 levels 40 - for natural hair if you want to make your hair lighter up to 4 levels
MAIIA
on August 13, 2014
from San Jose, CA

Ivy
from mobile, al asked:
April 5, 2012
i recently had my hair died from a light brown to the rocket fire red 6R by redken and i want to keep it but do it myself from now on. so is this the right developer, like what they would use in the salon? the photo attached is my before color
Make sure to only use 20v developer! If you use 30v with anything other than blonde colors you will damage your hair. Use colorgels permanent color and this developer only. I have been doing my own hc using redken products for a long time.
Mary A
on April 5, 2012
from Philadelphia, PA
My hair is course and predominantly grey. I use 20 vol developer with good results. Red colors are tougher to keep up so it I would recommend finding a color safe shampoo and conditioner. You may also want to try a semi permanent color for in between touch ups. The shades EQ from Redken works well. There is a corresponding color in the Shades line that would work in keeping the red up.
DeeAnn
on April 9, 2012
from Simi Valley, Ca.
Use 20 dev with 6r on your roots but use a red from the Shades Eq line to refresh the red on your midlengths and ends. That line is mixed with the Shades EQ processing solution
Ma
on May 13, 2012
from Hacienda Heights, CA
Kind of developer is depended of desired result 10 - for natural hair if you want to make your hair darker 20 - for grey natural hair if you want to make your hair darker or for natural hair if you want make your hair lighter up to 2 levels 30 - for natural hair if you want to make your hair lighter up to 3 levels 40 - for natural hair if you want to make your hair lighter up to 4 levels
MAIIA
on August 13, 2014
from San Jose, CA
You'll need a developer, that will match the choosed color (the color that you wish to get after coloring): 10 - for natural or colored hair if you want to color your hair tone-to-tone or darker 20 - for grey non-colored natural hair if you want to color your hair tone-to-tone or darker; or for natural hair if you want make your hair lighter up to 2 levels 30 - for natural hair if you want to make your hair lighter up to 3 levels 40 - for natural hair if you want to make your hair lighter up to 4 levels
Maiia
on August 27, 2014
from San Jose, CA

JENNIE
from Palm Beach Gardens, FL asked:
January 14, 2012
CAN YOU ADD KERATIN TO THE GEL PERMANENT HAIR COLOR SOLUTION TO RECEIVE MORE SHINE? DOES IT COVER 100% GRAY?
Redken Color Gels Developer is for use with Redken Color Gels Permanent Conditioning Haircolor. For gray hair it needs 20 or 30 developer. The color mix with developer only, don't add anything else.
Maiia
on December 29, 2013
from San Jose, CA

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