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L' Oreal Oreor 40 Volume Creme Developer 16 oz.
Size: 16 oz.
Sally Item # SBS-500522
- Online Price: $5.99
- Beauty Club Card $5.29
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- Beautiful, uniform color
- Rich, creamy formula
- Lifting action up to 4 levels
- For use with lightening products
L' Oreal Oreor 40-Volume Creme Developer mixes easily with chosen hair coloring product to provide permanent color change. Has a very strong lightening action without color deposit.
Use 40 Volume for lifting action up to 4 levels or for use with lightening products. The rich, creamy formula gives you easy application and beautiful uniform results every time.
Mix Oreor 40 Volume Developer whenever extra lightening is needed in ammount recommended in chosen lightening product instructions. Blend until smooth. Recommended specifically for use with lightening products.
Not for use on relaxed hair.
L' Oreal Oreor 40-Volume Creme Developer 3 3
Wonderful I'm an African American woman, with very corse hair. I've always had problems with coloring my hair especially with the box coloring kit. I was a little skeptical of using a 40 developer, ever so more terrified of using a 50. Nonetheless, this time I opt to use the 40, which still scared me. But let me tell you, this developer works wonderfully. My colored changed as I was applying, and didn't sting; which was something I experienced with Ion. Great product, yet still a little high for the small amount you get. Compared to Ion 5.49 32oz developer. This a paltry deal. Yet, still a great product. June 29, 2014
8 oz. Its just as good as the one with 16 oz. Its maybe smaller but the same quality as the bigger one. October 5, 2012
lightens amazing! Great if you're going blonde (when added w/ powder bleach), or if you just want to lighten any regular colour. You can add it to bleach (about half the bottle every 2, 1oz. packets) & it'll lighten to the lightest blonde, almost white. Or, i added it to my sister-in-law's hair colour & it turned it a lighter shade. For Going Blonde: If you're hair is long down to your back, and you're wanting to bleach it all blonde, i'd get 2 bottles & 5-6 packets of bleach (just to be on the safe side). You really want to saturate your hair to give it even results (it can be splotchy if you don't get enough). Also, get the "red/gold corrector" drops ($1) to make sure your hair doesn't turn red. September 11, 2009
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