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Ion Color Brilliance 1 oz. Powder Lightener
Ion Color Brilliance 1 oz. Powder Lightener
 
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Ion Color Brilliance 1 oz. Powder Lightener

Color Brilliance By Ion

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Sally Item # SBS-305881

In Stock Online, Available In Sally Stores

Size: 1 oz.
Quantity: One
Ion Color Brilliance Conditioning Powder Lightener is enriched with gardenia oil and coconut oil for optimum conditioning and moisture retention.

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  • Provides optimum conditioning and moisturizing during decolorizing
  • Creamy consistency stays moist during the lightening process
  • Suitable for all applications both on and off the scalp
  • Enriched with gardenia oil and coconut oil

Ion Color Brilliance Conditioning Powder Lightener is suitable for all application techniques both on and off the scalp. The creamy consistency stay moist throughout the entire lightening process. Enriched with a moisture-rich combination of Gardenia and Coconut oil for optimum conditioning and moisture retention during decolorizing.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 92 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Highly Recommend I have been bleaching, dying, and cutting my own hair at home for 15 years and this is the best bleach powder I have ever used. I have very dark brown (almost black) hair and I use this bleach powder with 20 volume Ion Color Brilliance Developer and it lightens my undyed hair just enough to where I don't have to bleach it again, I just have to use purple shampoo to tone out the yellow. December 21, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Orange Hair Galore...Yuck! I made the mistake of buying this because it was on sale, and the "good" reviews. Big mistake! Never have I had such orange-y brassy hair! I do realize this happens with bleaching, and have had brassy hair as a result from other bleaches in the past (that I could always tone down afterward). After using a toner on it, twice, it still remains orange. Do not buy this junk! September 23, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by My favorite lightener! I've used a variety of hair lighteners and this has been, by far, my favorite. It lightens the best and evenly. It doesn't burn as much as the others do. I most recently used this with Ion Sensitive Scalp 30 Vol. Developer, and it works so well. I have very dark brunette hair so I usually need several sessions (with other products) to get it as light as I would like since I enjoy having white hair, but with this lightener I don't need to use it as much, and only one session for fixing my roots with a toner. This product doesn't damage my hair as much as other lighteners have in the past, and within the last few years while using this product, I've started applying coconut oil to my hair to soak several hours before bleaching, and applying the bleach over it. Barely any damage! The bleach lightens through the coconut oil while the oil prevents some damage. With my technique, and this bleach, I can lighten my hair without too much worry of excessive damage. I highly recommend this product, I always buy the large tub! August 26, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Yes This is the only powder bleach I will use. I've safely lifted many manic panic colors and box dyes from not only my hair but my daughters and her friends. I only use a 20 volume developer of the same brand and always get the results I want. I suppose you could do damage with it if used incorrectly but it's always worked for me. July 11, 2015
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It has just a regular scoop. If memory serves me correct it equals 1 oz, I could be incorrect. The instructions included tell you the mix ratio.
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does bleach expire?

i know the developer does but i have been looking all over my bleach to see if it expires but i haven't found the symbol. i bought my bleach about a year ago and i was wanting to use it this summer when i'm out of school but i wasn't sure how safe it would be.
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I dyed my hair purple, and decided I wanted a lighter shade of blonde, but I still had light purple dye on it. Once I put this bleach on my hair it turned my hair green. Is there a bleach that won't turn my hair green if I bleach over the purple?
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Most bleaches will still turn purple hair green because the bleach is attempting to lift the color of the hair. Lifts go in stages for naturally colored hair (typically brown, red, orange, yellow, and then white), and a lot of purples tend to have a blue base to them. Therefore, the lifting process goes purple, blue, and then usually gets stuck on green.

Some people recommend using color correctors like Color Oops, but I hear it tends to do the same thing (turn purple green). Best options are to try and tone out the green with a red-based toner (since red cancels out green). Also, using clarifying or anti-dandruff shampoo on the green seems to be good at fading it out, allowing you to bleach over it again with less green.

Old question, but just in case you (or anyone else) needed an answer! I have purple hair myself, so I understand the struggle. (Someone recommended soaking your hair in ketchup because the red in ketchup should tone the green. Tried it and the green wasn't fazed...and I felt immensely disgusting afterwards!!)
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I use it to go from real dark brown (just under black) to a real light blonde.
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