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L'Oreal Mega Blondes Haircolor Ash Blonde MB4

Preference By L'Oreal


Size: 2 oz.
Quantity: One
Color: MB4 Light Ash Blonde
Sally Item # SBS-500080

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L'Oreal Preference Mega Blondes Permanent Haircolor delivers the most exquisite high-lift blonding in just one step.


L'Oreal Mega Blondes Haircolor Ash Blonde MB4
L'Oreal Mega Blondes Haircolor Ash Blonde MB4



  • MB4 Light Ash Blonde
  • MB7 Cool Beige Blonde

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  • Delivers exquisite high-lift blonding in just one step
  • Anti-Fade Color System locks in color
  • No pre-lightening required

L'Oreal Preference Mega Blondes Permanent Haircolor is high-lift blonding in one step! Formulated with the L'Oreal Anti-Fade color System that delivers special patented colorant molecules to penetrate the hair cortex & lock in color.


The Patented Specific Conditioning Complex provides extra protection and conditioning to hair. Lifts up to 4 levels with no pre-lightening required.
Mix 1 part hair color (2 oz.) to 2 parts Preference Mega Blondes Developer (4 oz.)
For best results, L'Oreal Preference Mega Blondes Permanent Haircolor must be used with Mega Blondes Developer. Apply to hair that is light brown or lighter.
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My natural hair color is medium brown with some gray. One month ago I dyed my hair with #8 Medium Blonde. As expected, it looked nice, but with a lot of red. Yesterday I decided to experiment with #9 1 1/2 Lightest Ash Blonde. I had my friend do it. She left it on the roots for 25 minutes, then pulled it through to the tips for another 25 minutes. This color has a lot of lift so be prepared for a very strong smell. The resulting color was a very pretty strawberry blonde, not brassy, but not a light ash blonde. I did not expect it to lift that much anyway. It is not a color I would use again, but I had to try it once. If you have medium brown hair like mine, the only way to go all blonde is with a double process. An easier way is to get heavy highlights. February 16, 2015
I've been looking at this color for a while and am so happy I finally used it! I was nervous because I couldn't find many reviews for this particular color. I had previously dyed my hair medium auburn with a Clairol dye, and eventually didn't like the color anymore...this color is so pretty! It definitely made my brown hair lighter! I love the conditioner in it too. It looks a little patchy because I did the directions in slightly the wrong order; I accidentally started with the roots-only set, then switched to normal. Overall, I love it! Will definitely get again! :) February 12, 2015
Always get tons of compliments. Even from my hair salon. They know I color myself rather then pay them to color my hair February 10, 2015
This is my first time coloring my hair at home. I have always had it professionally colored; however, the past 5 or so colorings, I haven't been happy with the results. So, I decided to save myself some money and frustration and try this at home. Well, I am so pleased with the results that I can't believe I didn't do this earlier. I feel as though I have wasted so much money on poor salon results. Before coloring, I turned to these reviews as well as the online demos and instructions. I followed everything as stated in the instructions and online. I even did a allergy test and a color test area to see if I would like the color. Well, the results were fabulous. I chose the color that was closest to my current color. I was hoping that I could just do the roots and not the overall color as it really didn't need it. I focused on the roots and worked out a bit through the rest of the hair, but I didn't saturate all the hair or put color on the ends. My roots now match my color. I have both depth and gray coverage. The brassy-gold streaks in the middle of my head are gone. My color looks exactly like the color on the box and very natural. I am extremely pleased. January 29, 2015
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