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One 'N Only Argan Oil Hair Color 3RV Dark Red Violet Brown

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Size: 3 fl oz.
Quantity: One
Color: 3RV Dark Red Violet Brown
Sally Item # ONEONL32

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

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One 'N Only Argan Oil Hair Color 3RV Dark Red Violet Brown
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  • 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 3.8 5 136 138
Going Back to Ion After using this product for about 7 months, I am convinced the color does not come out consistently. Some months it seems to come out much lighter than others, in spite of using the same shade every time (4G). I use a scale to measure out the amount of hair color and developer, so I am confident I am using the same ratio every time. I thought I was crazy until I read some of the other reviews. I'll be switching back to Ion. January 23, 2015
No Gray Coverage I bought 2 boxes of color a 7A & 7N mixed half of each with the brand developer. I have black hair and like my hair light/ash brown. To take out the red and the girl there told me their dye runs darker which I didn't think so. I got the color I had though, due to not going a # lower since I wanted it a little darker. But, it's ok. So, after dye and wash my hair was tough & dry, it wasn't smooth and soft. Also, with a good portion of application on whole head and good coverage it didn't cover my grays. It left many of them. It also had a strong ammonia odor when mixing. I won't use this dye again. They highly recommended it there and I was very disappointed. But, it was on sale buy one box get one free. January 23, 2015
Temporary Color I loved their conditioners so I thought it was gong to be great. I've been dyeing my hair since in the late 80's when I used a mousse in color and got caught in the rain. It looked like a blood bath. This permanent color was even more temporary than that. I literally washed out of my hair after two washings. Completely washed out. I cannot emphasize it any more. Washed completely out. With the first week. Love their conditioners, but would never recommend this product. It is a waste of money. December 26, 2014
I have been using this product for a while now and for the most part I am satisfied. I have tried several different brands and this one gives me the most natural result. Although I would like for a better gray coverage. December 12, 2014
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This would be my first time using it after relaxing my hair. Is there a wait period or can i do it right after?
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Lizzy
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I'm a rookie learning how to dye my hair myself, Thanks for your help.
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I only use on my out growth with 20 volume developer.
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If you use part 1oz of color and then 2oz of developer. The total is 3 oz in your bottle. Hope it helpls
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These are 3 oz. tubes. If you don't want to bother with measuring, you use the 6oz. bottle of developer per tube of color.
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This just means you use 2.5 ounces of developer per tube of Creme Color. Make sure you get a Applicator bottle so you can properly measure the amount of developer.
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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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Leah
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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 color......at 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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