Redken Cover Fusion Hair Color

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Redken Cover Fusion Hair Color
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Redken Cover Fusion Hair Color

Redken's new technological breakthrough in hair color.

  • 100% coverage with natural, modern reflects
  • Provides superior coverage for hair thati s most over 50% gray
  • Low odor, low ammonia experience
  • Delivers superior conditioning with rice protein and cationic conditioning polymers
  • Protects aging hair with argan oil which is rich in antioxidants known to neutralize free radicals
  • 24 perfectly balanced shade options in 8 families

NA: NATURAL/ASH, the NA family provides a perfect combination of coverage and cool tones with balanced cool reflects.

NN: NATURAL/NATURAL, the NN family provides superior gray coverage with a soft neutral reflect. The tone is truly balanced with no excess warmth.

NGb: NATURAL/GOLD/beige, the NGb family provides excellent coverage along with a sophisticated and refined golden-beige reflect.

NG: NATURAL/GOLD, the NG family covers gray while providing balanced, radiant golden tones that are rich and warm without being brassy or hollow.

NGc: NATURAL/GOLD/copper, the NGc family covers gray hair beautifully while providing warm gold tones with hints of copper that give your results a fashion edge while still being balanced and believable.

NBc: NATURAL/BROWN/copper, the NBc family provides gorgeous warm brunettes with copper reflects. The balance of brown and copper provides perfect gray coverage long with spicy warm tones.

NCr: NATURAL/COPPER/red, the NCr family provides full gay coverage while providing rich, warm copper-red reflects. The tone is dramatic without looking artificial on gray hair.

NBr: NATURAL/BROWN/red, the NBr family provides excellent gray coverage while providing rich, gem-like cool red brown tones that add a sophisticated edge while still being very wearable.

NGi:NATURAL/GOLD/iridescent

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97% Recommend this product (60 of 62 responses)
By Kat
Shady side, MD
May 14, 2017
Awesome stuff
This stuff works great!
ProsGreat color
By jeanne
oceanside, New York
March 3, 2017
love it
I use this product mixed with a lighter shade to give my hair the customized color that is very natural looking for my complexion. It covers my gray completely and leaves my hair healthy, soft, and shiny.
By jeanne
Oceanside, New York
March 3, 2017
love it
wonderful product that covers my gray and leaves my hair looking healthy not dry or dull.
By MJ
Los Angeles
January 26, 2017
Love it!
Great to find a place that sells to the public!!!
By Marty
DC
September 26, 2016
The best for covering grey!
I was a Goldwell color fan for years and then I moved and had to find a new stylist. She uses Redken color and while I was skeptical, the first time she colored my hair I couldn't believe how well it covered my stubborn greys.
ProsEasy to use
By Zaidi
PR
September 13, 2016
Love it
Very good
By Isela
Ontario, CA
August 2, 2016
Exactly what I needed
Always satisfied with every product!
By CARMEN
APOPKA, FL
May 2, 2016
Perfect touch ups every time
Easy to use and flawless results.
By Tracie
Shelburne, VT
October 21, 2015
Love it, perfect coverage
I do my own roots in between salon visit and I love the color and the way it makes my hair feel.
By Isela
Ontario, CA
October 1, 2015
Exactly what I needed!
It was just what I needed.
25 Questions & 19 Answers
Judy
from Kentucky asked:
June 11, 2017
I have stubborn gray hair around my temples and roots. I color my hair every 4 weeks and usually use a 7N. My hair picks up red tones easily. What is the difference in the color Fushion and Cover Fushion? Should I stay with the 7NN or would I be able to use. 7NN with 7GB? Or 7NN with 8 to get a 7.5 level? My hair is naturally dark blonde to light brown.

Sandra Lewis
from Orlando, Florida asked:
January 21, 2016
I am a licensed hairstylist, but I am not familiar with your colors. I am Avery very light bleached blonde. I want to color my new growth salt and pepper with a pale blonde color.what number should I use, I can use a 40 volume per oxide if necessary.

Ronald A. Bastian
from Phila,pa. asked:
December 31, 2015
How do you choose color or does one do all?

Peggy
from Folsom Ca asked:
November 23, 2015
Is this color high in ammonia content Is this color high in ammonia content Is this color high in ammonia

Pamela
from Austin, TX asked:
November 5, 2015
What product should I use with as a developer with this item?

Rose
from El Paso, Tx asked:
October 28, 2015
Iam using 5NN but I want my hair lighter n want to get 6NN, but I don't want any redich on my hair. Would this b the color that I should get without any red tone?

gordana
from chicago ill asked:
August 27, 2015
How many applications per tube..?

Dolores Phinney
from Lansing,Mi asked:
August 21, 2015
To measure a half a tube of color should equal 2 oz of pro-oxide?

kathy
from chicago Illinois asked:
August 15, 2015
what does the A stand for in Redkin 8NA Cover Fusion? I think it canceles out Red.

Cindy
from Lansing, MI asked:
July 31, 2015
I would like to have a shade between 6NGc and 8NGc. Should I mix it half and half? The6NGc seems pretty dark. My hair is natural gold/red but now is all white. I do roots every two weeks. It seems the 7NCr deposits a lot of red on the white roots. Thanks.
The level 6 is 2 levels darker then 8 If you will mix both colors 50 : 50 you will get 7 level as result. It will be exactly the same like using 7NGC. It has not red pigments as 7NCR
Maiia
on October 16, 2015
from San Jose, CA

kim
from Ohio asked:
July 10, 2015
What developer should I use with redken color 6nn?
The level 6 is 2 levels darker then 8 If you will mix both colors 50 : 50 you will get 7 level as result. It will be exactly the same like using 7NGC. It has not red pigments as 7NCR
Maiia
on October 16, 2015
from San Jose, CA

Marlene
from Oakland, CA asked:
July 3, 2015
What developer and what ratio do I use with the Redkin Cover Fusion line? What is the difference in the volume, i.e. 10, 40, 20?
Hi, my name is Kathy, and I've been using this product for three years. I use the 20 developer, 2 ounces per tube of color. Helpful tip 1: buy a plastic bottle, probably sold on this site, that has the measurements in ounces. Find the 2 ounce line, and draw over the line with a black Sharpie (makes measuring foolproof.) Helpful tip 2: be sure to gently shake the developer before using it. The mixture is a "suspension," which means that the activating particles are suspended in an inert solution. Particles can sometimes gravitate to the bottom of the bottle, so give it a shake.
KATHERINE
on July 21, 2015
from RICHMOND, VA

Samantha fasul
from Wilmington NC 28480 asked:
June 16, 2015
Which color is darker 5NN or 6NN?
Not an expert, just a user, but I find believe that 5NN is darker than 6NN. The lower the number, the darker the color in this brand. I have medium brown hair, which is a little darker towards the roots, and I use 7NN.
KATHERINE
on June 16, 2015
from RICHMOND, VA
5nn
donna
on June 16, 2015
from sebastian florida

arlene
from delray beach fl asked:
May 17, 2015
which shampoo is for burgundy hair?
Not an expert, just a user, but I find believe that 5NN is darker than 6NN. The lower the number, the darker the color in this brand. I have medium brown hair, which is a little darker towards the roots, and I use 7NN.
KATHERINE
on June 16, 2015
from RICHMOND, VA
5nn
donna
on June 16, 2015
from sebastian florida

bonnie
from Denver asked:
April 10, 2015
Does hair color get darker as numbers go down Is 8NN or 9NN darker?
Of corse. The level 8 is one level darker then 9, so 8NN is one level lighter then 9NN
Maiia
on June 18, 2015
from CA

Linda
from Greenville, nc asked:
March 3, 2015
Mixture how much color to peroxide
To determine the amount of peroxide developer to use, add the total color (weight) in grams, and the resulting total color weight is the amount (in grams) of developer to use.
Bob in Whitehall, VA
on April 25, 2015
from Whitehall, VA
It is a one to one ratio- equal amount of each.
Connie
on April 25, 2015
from Cleveland, OH
A Redken Cover Fusion tube had 4 parts. I mix 1/2 oz. per part or 2 oz. per tube of 20 Volume Pro-Oxide..
GatorGirl
on May 7, 2015
from Kansas City, KS
It's a 1:1 ratio, combining equal parts color to developer.
LC
on May 15, 2015
from Calgary, AB

Pamela A Garcia
from Pembroke Pines, Fl asked:
January 14, 2015
What is the difference between color 9n and 9 ngb?
The difference between colors 9n and 9 ngb is that the 9ngb carries a gold and beige base.
Customer Service
on January 27, 2015
9N contain natural pigments only, 9NGB - about 60% of natural, 30% of gold and 10% of beige pigments for more vibrant end result.
Maiia
on January 28, 2015
from CA

Jerri
from Maryland asked:
November 6, 2014
I moved a few years ago and asked my stylist for the formula she uses to color my hair so I could tell the new stylist. She told me "Redken 7 nn cover plus, 20 volume." She also said I need to use "7 natural." I just decided to try to color my own hair. Based on what my stylist told me, what products should I order?
You will need the color 7NN - NN family provides superior gray coverage with a soft neutral reflect. The tone is truly balanced with no excess warmth. Also you'll need 20 vol. Pro-Oxide Cream Developer to mix with the color
Maiia
on June 18, 2015
from CA

Rose
from El Paso, Texas asked:
October 10, 2014
i am trying to lighten my hair a little, what shades should I use?
It depends was your hair already colored or not. The color can not make your hair lighter, if you have natural hair which was not colored, you can use Fusion hair color to make it lighter - choose right color (color level you want) and developer that will match chosen color.
Maiia
on June 18, 2015
from CA

stephanie
from whitestone ny asked:
October 1, 2014
i do have dark brown hair what color should i use 2 N or 4NN i have used 4 nn and i love it
First of all you need to decide what level has your hair how - if 2, you choose 2n, if 4 - you can use 4NN. Usually level 2 is almost black
Maiia
on June 18, 2015
from CA

Rene
from Minnesota asked:
September 3, 2014
How may oz is this container??
First of all you need to decide what level has your hair how - if 2, you choose 2n, if 4 - you can use 4NN. Usually level 2 is almost black
Maiia
on June 18, 2015
from CA

Liz
from Clarksville, TN asked:
August 8, 2014
My colorist was using 5NN and 6NA (50/50). Which volume of Redken Pro-Oxide Cream Developer Peroxide should I use and how much?
Redken Pro-Oxide Cream Developer Peroxide is to be used with Redken Color Fusion. Mix Colour Fusion Advanced Coverage in a 1:1 ratio of colour with 20 volume Redken Pro-oxide cream Developer. Example: 2 oz. (60ml) Colour Fusion and 2 oz. (60ml) 20 volumn Redken Pro-oxide Cream Developer.
Maiia
on August 25, 2014
from San Jose, CA

Dissatisfied
from Evanston asked:
June 18, 2014
Will Cover Fusion Hair Color cover white hair? If I still have color in it from a different dye which includes henna, can I use this over it? My hair color is a light blonde. I previously used 9N from Palette by Nature. However, it made my hair a greenish brown! Then I used lemon juice on it and combined the 9N color with a copper color. I was told it's because my hair is porous that the color came out so dark.
This color provides superior coverage for hair that is most over 50% gray. But over hair that was already colored with henna chemical colors can work much worse
Maiia
on July 17, 2014
from San Jose, CA
Chemical colors work very bad on henna-olored hair
Maiia
on July 21, 2014
from San Jose, CA

carol
from florida asked:
May 30, 2014
My hair is all grey in the front and natural brown in the back. I want to use this cover fusion. Is there a problem using it on my natural brown?
This color should be used over all your hair not only on gray part. You have to realize all your hair will have choosed color.
Maiia
on June 3, 2014
from San Jose, CA

Pamela A Garcia
from Pembroke Pines, Fl asked:
May 28, 2014
What is the difference from 9n or 9ng
9n nas natiral pigments only, 9ng - 70% of natural pigments and 30% of gold pigments
Maiia
on June 3, 2014
from San Jose, CA

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