Your cart is empty.
Depth describes the levels your Colour gives you, creating the illusion of volume or a fuller Colour. Colours that give you depth will have multiple reflects and commonly have a dark base Colour. Depth can also be referred to as the darkness of a Colour.
We all have Natural Colour pigment that creates our Hair Colour. When Colouring our Hair we apply artificial Colour pigment to our Hair, to change its Colour. If you Colour Remove you are removing all artificial Permanent Hair Colour pigment. If you use Bleach you are destroying / Bleaching all the Natural and artificial Colour pigment in the Hair. If you have Grey or White Hair you have Naturally lost your Natural Colour pigment.
Reflects are the secondary Colour that is prominent in sunlight or with movement. They give your Colour character and dimension. Example: 5.53 Chocolate Brown has a lot of Red reflects to give you a full bodied Colour.
A vibrant Colour is one that is bright, striking or even intense. It is a Colour that has great shine, is not faded and stands out.
Is not referring to the temperature of your Hair, it is the Colour of your Hair. Warm Tones are Red or Golden Tones. A lot of us Naturally have warm Tones in our Hair that can especially come through when Colouring, and if unwanted can be Toned out.
To lift is to lighten the Hair. It is most commonly used when describing Developer/Peroxide and Bleach. These products will “lift” your Hair Colour to allow the Hair to be lightened and Coloured.
To deposit Colour is to do the opposite of lightening the Hair. It is most commonly used when describing No Lift Developer. When you deposit Colour, you are applying Colour to the Hair without a "lift".
Pre lightened Hair is previously lightened Coloured Hair, most commonly done by Bleaching. It is generally the first step before applying another Light or Intense Colour, for a Vibrant affect.
Porous describes the Hairs absorbency. If the Hair is Porous or has high Porosity, the Hair absorbs a lot more moisture. When you are Colouring Porous Hair you want to choose a Colour a shade or two lighter, as the Hair will absorb the Colour a lot faster and deeper in to the Hair shaft.
This is referring to the Colour hue. Cool hues are commonly Blue, Green, Violet and Grey. My Hairdresser Cool Hair Colours are any Colour that have an Ash, Beige or Blue reflect. These Colours cool the Hair Colour and counteract any warmth.
This is Referring to the Colour hue. Warm hues are commonly Red, Orange, Yellow and Brown. My Hairdresser Warm Colours are any colours that have Red, Copper, Golden, Plum, Violet or Chocolate Reflects. These colours bring warmth and life to the Hair, to give you a fuller Colour. They are perfect for adding to a dull Colour or to Colour Grey Hair.
Tone refers to the Colour of the Hair, it has nothing to do with lightness or darkness. To add Tone to the Hair is to calm or soften a Colour, normally by adding Ash / Grey to a Colour. When Toning a Colour you are counteracting warmth by Toning the Red and Orange in the Hair.