One 'N Only Argan Oil Hair Color 3N Dark Natural Brown

Argan Oil By One 'n Only


Size: 3 fl oz.
Quantity: One
Color: 3N Dark Natural Brown
Sally Item # SBS-342503


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One 'n Only Argan Oil Hair Color for intense color and shine, superior conditioning, and 100% gray coverage.


One 'N Only Argan Oil Hair Color 3N Dark Natural Brown
One 'N Only Argan Oil Hair Color 3N Dark Natural Brown



  • 1N Very Black
  • 2N Black
  • 3N Dark Natural Brown
  • 4N Medium Natural Brown
  • 5N Light Natural Brown
  • 6N Dark Natural Blonde
  • 7N Medium Natural Blonde
  • 8N Light Natural Blonde
  • 9N Very Light Natural Blonde
  • 10N Lightest Natural Blonde
  • 3C Dark Copper Brown
  • 4C Medium Copper Brown
  • 6C Dark Copper Blonde
  • 4R Medium Red Brown
  • 3RV Dark Red Violet Brown
  • 3CH Dark Chocolate Brown
  • 4CH Medium Chocolate Brown
  • 5CH Light Chocolate Brown
  • 4G Medium Golden Brown
  • 5G Light Golden Brown
  • 6G Dark Golden Blonde
  • 7G Medium Golden Blonde
  • 8G Light Golden Blonde
  • 9G Very Light Golden Blonde
  • 5A Light Ash Brown
  • 6A Dark Ash Blonde
  • 7A Medium Ash Blonde
  • 8A Light Ash Blonde
  • 9A Very Light Ash Blonde
  • 10A Lightest Ash Blonde
  • 10RG Lightest Tangerine Blonde
  • 8RG Light Tangerine Blonde
  • 11HLN High Lift Neutral Blonde
  • 6RG Dark Tangerine Blonde
  • 7RG Medium Tangerine Blonde
  • 11HLA High Lift Cool Blonde
  • 5RG Light Tangerine Brown
  • 4T Medium Tobacco Brown
  • 5T Light Tobacco Brown
  • 6T Dark Tobacco Blonde
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Additional Information

  • Superior hydration, conditioning, protection & shine
  • Two full applications in every tube
  • Fade resistant color
  • Low ammonia formula

One 'n Only Argan Oil Permanent Hair Color Cream is a hair color breakthrough! One 'n Only infuses active levels of precious argan oil into every drop of hand-crafted Italian color.


Advanced micro pigments combine with precious Argan Oil for luminous color, certified 100% gray coverage, brilliant shine, and unmatched conditioning. Argan oil penetrates deep into the hair shaft to nourish, repair and lock in moisture, instantly smoothing the cuticle and improving elasticity. The low ammonia formula provides deep color penetration and longer-lasting consistent results.


The results are amazing! Fade resistant, vibrant true color. Explosive shine, luxurious conditioning and a silky rich, soft texture that is truly beyond expectation!



Read and follow the directions for use printed inside the box.
Standard Mix Ratio: 1 part color: 2 parts developer.
One 'n Only Argan Oil Hair Color 3.9 5 129 131
Fades to fast I have dark hair and have been using a high lift usually. Wanted to go darker so I picked up a 7G. I strand tested it first and my roots took and matched the rest of the hair with the 30 developer. I maybe shampooed my hair 3-4 times in two weeks and the hair color faded and now I have unmatching roots on top of new virgin roots :(. The color did look nice the first few days when I didn't wash it but wow it faded to quick for me. Very disappointed in the color. September 27, 2014
No so great So I have used 5a,3n and I think the 1a anyway it does leave the hair soft so that is a plus. But the color fades fast and I have maybe 10 white hair the color didn't hold , it washed out in a week. So it's not great for grey coverage. September 17, 2014
Not for me For the past few years I have been coloring my hair with Garnier Herbashine which is a temporary color. It left my hair shiny, covered my greys and lasted a lot longer than 28 shampoos. It was so good, that I only needed to touch up my roots every 2 - 3 weeks and color my whole head about every 8 weeks! Sadly, it has been discontinued, so I decided to try a permanent color. My hair is about 25% - 30% grey. I walked into Sally's and they were having a great promotion -- free developer and conditioning packet with the purchase of a hair color. I read the reviews (mostly positive), watched some You Tube videos of happy customers, and decided to try it. I used 2 parts 4N and 1 part 3RV with a 20 developer. My hair is now dry, dull and flat. I followed the directions exactly but I am not impressed. The water never ran clear when I rinsed the color and after 2 shampoos with One N Only Color Oasis shampoo and conditioner, the water still does not run clear. My greys are now starting to look pink! I thought the point of permanent color was that it was supposed to stay on your hair. I had better results with the temporary color. This was definitely not for me. I will try another brand. September 17, 2014
Hit and miss for reds/brunettes. I usually use a reddish variant of One n Only and it does just fine -- moisturizes my dry, curly hair pretty well; the color stays a good while without fading; the color itself is well-toned and shiny. So for reds, I like the One n Only. I especially like it because my curly, frizzy hair can barely tolerate heat or being dyed, and the argan oil developer is super pleasant to my hair. So...yay for that. This past weekend, however, I decided to try a new, darker brunette shade for fall. So I picked up Medium Tobacco Brown with a 10v developer. Sigh. It turned my hair into a flat-colored, nearly totally black frizzball that was completely devoid of shine. (Thank sweet baby Jesus for gloss treatments! Clairol Colorgloss saved my hair!) I won't be buying Medium Tobacco Brown again. Next time I do brunette, I plan on trying another brand entirely. :( September 1, 2014
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For every ounce of color, you use 2 ounces of developer.
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yes thats what i did
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If you have some handy and thats why you want to use it
i wouldn't recomend it as developer tends to lose its kick,
especially if it has been opened previously . Dead developer
means you'll go through the whole process and find the color didn't "take" and that suxxxxx :)
Usually I don't buy in to the whole sales thing , however
in this case for ultimate results you should go with their
dvlpr as its not much more than the cheaper brands.
It is an awesome hair least get a brand new bottle
of dvlpr... and the small ones tend to be newer btw.....
Personally i just get plain 20 vol creme dvlpr and it's great.
I am just now seeing their developer is pretty reasonable so
perhaps i will give it a shot as well.
At any rate you dont wanna waste this awesome col on dead dvlpr ........i guess...:)
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