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AGE beautiful Creme Developer 20 Volume
AGE beautiful Creme Developer 20 Volume
 

AGE beautiful Creme Developer 20 Volume

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Size: 16 oz. |
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    Size 16 oz.4 oz.

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  • Use with bowl or brush
  • Soft floral fragrance
  • Gentle creme

AGEbeautiful dedicated gentle creme developer was developed for use with AGEbeautiful permanent liqui-creme haircolor. Together they provide the perfect viscosity for use with bowl and brush or applicator bottle. AGEbeautiful dedicated gentle crème developer has a soft floral fragrance

 

20 Volume: Lifts hair 1 to 2 levels depending on the color chosen (this means if your natural hair color is a 6N this developer will lift your color up to an 8N)


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Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Value! This is a great product. We've been using this for a good whilie now and I sure hope they keep making this product forever! Love it and it is a great value... November 26, 2012
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use, the 20 or the 4o? Also, do I do a full coverage or a retouch?
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Hello, and thank you for your question. It depends on a few things --- desired result, the natural level of the hair, how long since the last color, and the porosity of the hair.

We would suggest the 20 volume developer if the 4n is a shade at your natural level. The 40 volume should only be used if someone is trying to lift their hair 3 shades lighter than their natural level.

You do not need to do a full color just to retouch the roots with using a different brand of hair color if it has been about 6 – 8 weeks since the last color, however if you would like to do so, you can use the color all over the hair. If it has been at least 12 weeks then I would suggest doing a full color.
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Hello, and thank you for your question. You do not need to do a full color just to retouch the roots with using a different brand of hair color if it has been about 6 – 8 weeks since the last color, however if you would like to do so, you can use the color all over the hair. If it has been at least 12 weeks then I would suggest doing a full color.
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I only had to use half the bottle. Can it be reused later or should it be thrown away?

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Yes absolutely. As long as you can see through the solution when you hold up to light, then it is OK. If it turns dark and cloudy it has oxidized and then you cannot use it.
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If you only used half of the bottle of developer, yes you keep it until it's used up, making sure the cover to the bottle is on tight so no air gets into it at all. If it's been mixed with any bleach or color, it's usually good for 45 mins, then it's already oxidized (processed) and not good.
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