Satin Hair Color - ultra vivid fashion colors

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Satin Hair Color - ultra vivid fashion colors
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Developlus Satin Hair Color (Ultra Vivid Fashion Colors) is the only Aloe Vera based low ammonia cream haircolor available today. Use the Satin Color Chart above to choose the correct color. It's formulated with micro color molecules for super fade resistant colors. Its unique reconstructive base actually leaves hair looking healthier, shinier, and in better condition than before you started! Satin Fashion colors provide vivid, ultra smooth, ultra healthy hair every time.

One color system for shine, condition and perfect gray coverage, with fashion reds and believable naturals that work as a permanent or a semi-permanent color. Here are some reasons for Satin:

  • Built-in reconstructor
  • Micro color molecules - fade resistant
  • Less than 1% ammonia
  • Perfect gray coverage
  • Simple and professional hair color results

    Product Details:

  • 63 luxurious shades
  • 12 tonal series
  • 1 cream lightener
  • 6 developers (CG, 10, 20, 20, 40, Semi)
  • Silicone enhanced for shine & comb-ability

    Directions:

  • Contains 2-3 full applications per tube
  • Can you bottle or bowl application
  • Mix 1 part color - 2 parts developer

  • 4.8
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    94% Recommend this product (93 of 99 responses)
    By mariah
    Shelby, NC
    May 19, 2017
    Great Color
    This is a great hair color and develops to a beautiful blonde.
    By Kat
    Shady side, MD
    May 14, 2017
    Love it!
    I used this in violet black not long ago and it was beautiful!
    By Melissa
    Owatonna, MN
    April 19, 2017
    Love this color
    This color and company is amazing. Dark brown with just the right amount of violet. The color stays for a very long time. Doesn't wash out like other colors ive tried. I love it
    ProsGreat color Awesome color hold Easy to apply Color lasts a long time Excellent Gray coverage
    By LaShanda Felton
    Hertford, NC
    January 4, 2017
    Very Light Golden Blonde
    Very Light Golden Blonde Will Be One Of My Favorite Hair Colors Of All-time.
    ProsThat's Very Excellent.
    By Patty
    Pasadena Ca
    December 29, 2016
    Love it!
    I have very dark brown fine hair. This high lift ash is just what I needed to get that extra umph to get rid of brassiness! It also gives my hair body and shine. My local store does not carry the hi lift. I'm very satisfied!
    By Sue
    Oregon
    December 14, 2016
    Been using for years.
    I have been using this Satin product for years. It is gentle on my hair, and I mix 7N and 7A to cut down on the red in my hair. Super fast delivery.
    By Melinda
    plano, TX
    December 2, 2016
    Have you tried to combine colors
    My friend learned how to combine two colors to make the beautiful rich color! Try mixing equal portions!
    By Sandee
    Sidney, MT
    April 23, 2016
    Love it
    Everything perfect
    ProsQuick shipping Good price Good selection
    By Amelia
    Oceanside, CA
    April 13, 2016
    Love how gorgeous Satin Hair Color makes my long curly hair look!
    I have been using Satin Hair Color in between salon appointments for several years now and its not easy to do. I am prematurely grey (white) on top and have long curly hair. I sometimes use G5 Light Golden Brown or G4 Light Copper Brown depending on how light ive become since my last touch up.It leaves my hair in great condition looking absolutely gorgeous and me very happy!
    ProsGentle Amazing color covers grey well
    By NorCalGirl
    San Francisco, CA
    March 17, 2016
    Love Satin Mocha 4!!!
    I like that the Satin hair color line is not not harsh on the hair. Mocha 4 is exactly the color I wanted. Thank you!
    25 Questions & 18 Answers
    Charlene
    from carlsbad CA asked:
    June 29, 2017
    I have dark brown hair but tends to fade reddish. What color can I use to tone down red?

    Irina
    from California asked:
    June 24, 2017
    How to use (in what quantity) 12 HBV in combination with the 8A color to remove the unwanted yellow hue of the hair after discoloration ?: color 12 HBV will dawn color 8A ?; 12 HBV is a super-light dye series, or is it a mixton (corrector)? ; Or does it work as a color corrector? How much it to add in the basic paint 8� for removal of a yellow shade?

    Cece
    from Louisville Kentucky asked:
    April 24, 2017
    I just recently ordered the 7C and 7CL I need to know which developer I should use I have black/brown hair
    20 volumn is what I use for the developer. I use 5N hair color.
    Patricia
    on August 22, 2017
    from Aiken, SC

    Deborah
    from Newport Beach, California asked:
    September 14, 2015
    I'm interested in a caramel color. Can you please help me combine the right Satin colors to accomplish this? Best Regards, Deborah Nelson
    20 volumn is what I use for the developer. I use 5N hair color.
    Patricia
    on August 22, 2017
    from Aiken, SC

    Kevin
    from Walnut, CA asked:
    July 2, 2015
    If I'm trying to go for the light blue using the 12HLB and have light brown hair, does this product lift a bit of color or would I have to bleach to a lighter blonde before using it?
    Satin color is a permanent color. And like others permanent colors it works on natural hair only. It can not make colored hair lighter. You will need special bleached products for that
    Maiia
    on October 16, 2015
    from San Jose, CA

    Janene
    from Lake Forest, CA asked:
    June 6, 2015
    I bought the Satin 12HLB at a beauty supply store to tone down the red in my medium blonde hair. Now I'm worried that it will turn my hair bluish white. I don't want that. I also bought developer 10 to go with it. I only want to tone down the red at the roots. When I tint my hair it is always good for the first couple of weeks and then slowly the roots and about 3 inches down start looking orangish
    Satin color is a permanent color. And like others permanent colors it works on natural hair only. It can not make colored hair lighter. You will need special bleached products for that
    Maiia
    on October 16, 2015
    from San Jose, CA

    Colleen
    from Barbados asked:
    May 20, 2015
    Is this a permanent hair dye? If I used this product in black about a 10 days before and I now wants to lighten my hair. Can this be done?
    Satin color is a permanent color. And like others permanent colors it can not make colored hair lighter. You will need special bleached products for that
    Maiia
    on October 16, 2015
    from San Jose, CA

    karen Bustillos
    from Bakersfield , California. asked:
    March 27, 2015
    I have medium cool skin with hazel eyes . My hazel eyes turn every color from brown with yellow specks to green , lavender , etc. I stripped the color out of my hair . It now is a med. Orange . I don't want it to dark. A med. Brown. I got a satin mocha 4 Brown. Is that to dark ? I have gray around the root area. Should I go with another color ? Also how should I mix my color . And how long should I leave it on ?
    Satin color is a permanent color. And like others permanent colors it can not make colored hair lighter. You will need special bleached products for that
    Maiia
    on October 16, 2015
    from San Jose, CA

    karen Bustillos
    from Bakersfield , California. asked:
    March 27, 2015
    Is mocha brown 4 a medium brown ? I stripped the old color buildup off my hair . I have some gray around the root area . I don't want a dark brown . Should I order another level or leave this color on for how long ? My hair is now a med. Deep red .
    There is no term like "light brown" or "dark brown" in coloristic science. You will need to know color level. You can see color swatch online
    Maiia
    on October 16, 2015
    from San Jose, CA

    karen Bustillos
    from Bakersfield , California. asked:
    March 27, 2015
    Is mocha brown 4 a medium brown ? I stripped the old color buildup off my hair . I have some gray around the root area . I don't want a dark brown . Should I order another level or leave this color on for how long ? My hair is now a med. Deep red .
    There is no term like "light brown" or "dark brown" in coloristic science. You will need to know color level. You can see color swatch online
    Maiia
    on October 16, 2015
    from San Jose, CA

    Rose
    from Ventura, CA asked:
    March 1, 2015
    I currently use this product and color 4N and I absolutely love it. My hair is a dark brown and the 4N pretty much matches my natural hair color. I would like to lighten my hair to more of a chocolate brown. Can I mix a 4N with a 5N and get a lighter outcome? I just use to cover my roots now that are gray? If I can do I apply to all my hair? Thank you for carrying this product. Also, what is the sealer I have seen people mention in their comments? Thank you, Rose
    There is no term like "light brown" or "dark brown" in coloristic science. You will need to know color level. You can see color swatch online
    Maiia
    on October 16, 2015
    from San Jose, CA

    Clara Khounthavong
    from Costa mesa, CA asked:
    February 26, 2015
    Hello there, my natural hair is black and very dark. I bought the 6MV but I don't see the red. Used it with the grey cover toner. Do I need to bleach it first?
    Satin color is a permanent color, it has effect warms undertones after coloring, If you put 6MV on natural dark brown hair you will get orange-res hues on 4-5 level hair depends on chosen developer.
    Maiia
    on October 16, 2015
    from San Jose, CA

    Cynthia Ramos
    from Palm Desert CA asked:
    November 16, 2014
    What is the next color lighter than Light brown 5N?
    The same hue but one level lighter is 4N. You can also choose other hue on the level 5 (example gold) and the result will be look a little lighter
    Maiia
    on June 18, 2015
    from San Jose, CA
    Hah! I tried 5A when I usually use 6N because somebody told me my brown hair was getting a little bit red and faded (so I should go from N to A) and I decided to go from 6 to 5 because I didn't want it quite so dark...well surprise surprise! going from 6 to 5 wasn't going LIgHtER, it was Darker! My hair is very very dark dark brown unnaturally Brown ! I now need to wait for it to fade. I am now trying to do my roots mixing 5 and 6 - wish me luck!!
    Sabrina
    on July 24, 2017
    from sabrinaschultz@yahoo.com
    Hah! I tried 5A when I usually use 6N because somebody told me my brown hair was getting a little bit red and faded (so I should go from N to A) and I decided to go from 6 to 5 because I didn't want it quite so dark...well surprise surprise! going from 6 to 5 wasn't going LIgHtER, it was Darker! My hair is very very dark dark brown unnaturally Brown ! I now need to wait for it to fade. I am now trying to do my roots mixing 5 and 6 - wish me luck!!
    Sabrina
    on July 24, 2017
    from sabrinaschultz@yahoo.com

    Billie
    from Florida asked:
    October 2, 2014
    I want to make my light brown hair a natural silver color to blend with the gray I already have, instead of trying to look like a brunette. Will this work--think Jamie Leigh Curtis type gray, not Paula Deen. What products do I need to buy?
    The same hue but one level lighter is 4N. You can also choose other hue on the level 5 (example gold) and the result will be look a little lighter
    Maiia
    on June 18, 2015
    from San Jose, CA
    Hah! I tried 5A when I usually use 6N because somebody told me my brown hair was getting a little bit red and faded (so I should go from N to A) and I decided to go from 6 to 5 because I didn't want it quite so dark...well surprise surprise! going from 6 to 5 wasn't going LIgHtER, it was Darker! My hair is very very dark dark brown unnaturally Brown ! I now need to wait for it to fade. I am now trying to do my roots mixing 5 and 6 - wish me luck!!
    Sabrina
    on July 24, 2017
    from sabrinaschultz@yahoo.com
    Hah! I tried 5A when I usually use 6N because somebody told me my brown hair was getting a little bit red and faded (so I should go from N to A) and I decided to go from 6 to 5 because I didn't want it quite so dark...well surprise surprise! going from 6 to 5 wasn't going LIgHtER, it was Darker! My hair is very very dark dark brown unnaturally Brown ! I now need to wait for it to fade. I am now trying to do my roots mixing 5 and 6 - wish me luck!!
    Sabrina
    on July 24, 2017
    from sabrinaschultz@yahoo.com

    Taylor
    from Tacoma, WA asked:
    August 29, 2014
    I currently use the 5N -10 minute color hair color for my roots, with a 20 volume. Is the Satin hair color similar? Whats the ratio for mixing?
    Satin color is a permanent color. Permanent colors have processing time about 35-45 minutes. Mixing ratio for this color is 1: 2 - 1 part of color - 2 parts developer
    Maiia
    on June 18, 2015
    from San Jose, CA

    maria
    from florida asked:
    August 2, 2014
    hows black violet satin dye on blonde hair
    It will make blonde hair very dark - almost black. But if your hair is damaged, very porous, black color will wash out and after 2-3 weeks it can be more brown than black
    Maiia
    on August 12, 2014
    from San Jose, CA

    Beatrice
    from Venice, Italy asked:
    July 17, 2014
    Goodmorning, I'm looking for Goldwell colour without ammonia, does it exhist? Is possible a deliver in Italy? Best regards, Beatrice
    Yes, permanent color - Goldwell Nectaya, demi color - Colorance
    Maiia
    on July 21, 2014
    from San Jose, CA

    GALINA
    from North Haledon, nj asked:
    July 13, 2014
    Hi, I got Satin Hair Color - ultra 9108-8g 1 7.49 vivid fashion colors - 8G - Golden Blonde What is the Satin Oxide??? Do I have to purchased separately? Thanks, Galina.
    Satin Developer is sold separately. 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 July 17, 2014
    from San Jose, CA
    Developer is sold separately
    Maiia
    on July 21, 2014
    from San Jose, CA

    Connie Thurman
    from TDL, Mo asked:
    January 14, 2014
    i had light brown hair with caramel highlights. I do root touch up for the gray every 3 weeks.I had mocha 5 & 6 put on at a salon Love the color but on the top of my head about 1/2 inch it turned red hate it. What should I do? I want to start using this product. Like I said love the color besides the red on top. My hair is down to my waist. What color should I use now for the top and you recommend in the future. I was looking at the Mocha color scared more red on top tho!
    If you want to reduce red hue you should choose the color with mark "A"
    Maiia
    on January 26, 2014
    from San Jose, CA

    Iris
    from Texas asked:
    January 5, 2014
    I have colored my hair last with the ION brand from Sally's #6IR.6.6 (it's sort of like a red wine). My hair looks dark when I'm inside, but you can see the red out in the sunlight. It's alright, but I think I wanna change the color back to a honey blonde or caramel. Can a Satin 7 Mocha/blonde change the color, or at least start changing it to a more dramatic color? What level of developer can I use? By the way, the color from Sally I used was permanent. Thanks for your answer.
    The color can't lighten colored hair. You'll need a bleach for that.
    MAIIA
    on January 12, 2014
    from San Jose, CA

    Carmela
    from San Diego California asked:
    July 29, 2013
    I'm allergic to cobalt and blue 106. Are these ingredients in Satin color? My hair is blue/black
    The color can't lighten colored hair. You'll need a bleach for that.
    MAIIA
    on January 12, 2014
    from San Jose, CA

    Ahyda Lozano
    from New York asked:
    June 18, 2013
    I relaxed my hair every two months. Can I use satin hair color permanent? or do you have semi permanent. I don't want to use paroxide. Please let me know the semi-peramannte color and with what I have to mix. Thak you.
    If you have grey hair or if you want to make your hair lighter you'll need a permanent color. It will more damage for hair than with demi-color naturally. You can choose demi-color in other brand. And anyway you'll need to mix the color with developer.
    Maiia
    on January 4, 2014
    from San Jose, CA

    angeliawhitrack
    from georgia asked:
    November 17, 2012
    what is the dffrent between 10, 20, 30, 40 delevoper?
    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 December 30, 2013
    from San Jose, CA

    Sheila
    from Glencoe, CA asked:
    September 24, 2012
    I love Satin hair color. I have used this product for many years and have always been satisfied with the results. Lately, I've been trying for that baby beige color for doing the roots of my hair. I find it looks more natural for me as a blond to have the roots a little darker than the rest, and that baby beige looks perfect with a light blond. I haven't quite found the correct blend of colors to achieve that color though. Any suggestions
    You can try 8N
    Maiia
    on January 4, 2014
    from San Jose, CA

    Mona
    from Silverdale, WA asked:
    May 31, 2012
    What developer should I use to highlight my hair, I have med brown hair?
    You can try 8N
    Maiia
    on January 4, 2014
    from San Jose, CA

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