Try With These Products:
- Regular lift formula
- Gives uniform lifting and color deposit
- Stabilized formula
Salon Care 20 Volume Crème developer provides a thick, easy handling crème consistency for maximum color deposit.
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Salon Care 20 Volume Creme Developer 10 11
Perfect I love this product it worked amazingly when I dyed my hair red! May 27, 2013
Works great! I used this with the Wella powder and it worked amazingly! My hair was already at a bright yellow/orange in less than 30 minutes and my hair was dark brown before that! Great product ♥ July 31, 2012
4 oz, REGULAR Lift, Creamy Today is 9/27/11. This review is for the: “Salon Care | 20 Volume | 4 oz | Crème DEVELOPER ”. Online = $1.89 Beauty Club Card = $1.69 I bought this inside the store. Since this is only 20V, it’s a “REGULAR Lift”. I used this crème developer with Wella toner. (I’m pretty sure I used 20V with the wella toner, watevr it said on the toner box). I used a 1:2 ratio; 1 part toner, 2 parts developer. I mixed it all in a plastic applicator bottle, which was also “Salon Care” brand. I also wrote a review for that applicator bottle. This has a very creamy consistency, which I like (but it‘s not too thick and gloppy). I prefer “cream” products (eg: crème developer, crème hairdye, etc) b/c they are drip-free, less runny, and easier to handle/manipulate. They also coat/saturate the hair better. My roots are more covered with a CREAM developer vs. a liquid developer (which is runny/messy/drippy/wasting/eww/yuck!!!) With a cream developer, I don’t get “dark dots” because my roots are fully covered! Yay! PS - I’ll update this review, if needed ! September 27, 2011
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