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Ion Color Brilliance Permanent Creme Intense Neutrals 6NN Dark Intense Blonde
Ion Color Brilliance Permanent Creme Intense Neutrals 6NN Dark Intense Blonde
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Ion Color Brilliance Permanent Creme Intense Neutrals 6NN Dark Intense Blonde

Color Brilliance By Ion


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Color: 6NN Dark Intense Blonde
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Ion Color Brilliance Permanent Creme Intense Neutrals have a double dose of pigment to ensure superior gray coverage on hair that is more than 50% gray.


  • 6NN Dark Intense Blonde
  • 7NN Medium Intense Blonde
  • 8NN Light Intense Blonde
  • 9NN Very Light Intense Blonde
  • 2NN Darkest Intense Brown
  • 3NN Dark Intense Brown
  • 4NN Medium Intense Brown
  • 5NN Light Intense Brown
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  • Superior Italian micro pigments ensure deeper color deposit while fortifying each hair strand
  • Nutrient rich PPD free creme formulation
  • Less than 1% ammonia
  • Antioxidant infused

The Ion Color Brilliance palette consists of 4 rich, luxurious neutral shades. The advanced ionic technology utilizes pure ionic micro pigments for deeper, more intense color deposit. Ion Color Brilliance penetrates the cuticle layer of the hair and lodges in the cortex, ensuring 100% flawless gray coverage. Permanent hair color designed for resistant grey over 50%. Enriched with exotic pequi, and argan oil to nourish, strengthen, and protect color longevity.


"Ion Color Brilliance hair color provides rich, luxurious color and even ensures 100% flawless gray coverage."



Lead Hair Stylist on Project Runway Season 14

1:1 mixing ratio. Two ounces of color to two ounces of 10, 20, 30 or 40 Volume Ion Sensitive Scalp Creme Developer. High Lift Blonde series is mixed 1:2 ratio: Two ounces of color to 4 ounces of 30 or 40 Volume Ion Sensitive Scalp Developer. Bowl and brush application is recommended.


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Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 17 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by love it! I use the 2NN Darkest Intense Brown. the color is really dark at first, looks like a soft black. after a few washes it fades a bit so it looks dark brown under good light. it also leaves my hair super soft and healthy feeling, better boxed brands i had used in the past August 25, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Pretty darn good if you ask me! I have been dying my hair myself for over 12 years now and ion is one of my favorite products to use. Yes, it comes out darker than you would probably expect at first, but it fades to the correct shade within 2-3 washes. Then it's fabulous for months until you decide to dye again. Unlike other dyes which look great day 1, but then fade right away and end up all wrong. I started using Ion because a few months ago I used Argan Oil hair dye to try and get a medium natural blonde (lightening a shade or two from my natural dark blonde hair color. Well, Argan Oil is AWFUL and the Natural Medium Blonde turned my hair orange. So I bought ion liquid light neutral brown to darken and tone down my hair. It turned out sooo good! Yes, it was super dark at first (dark brunette color), but faded to be pretty darn close to my natural medium/dark blonde. My roots have grown out so I went back to get more dye and decided to try the intense collection. I got Intense Dark Blonde creme. Again, it came out too dark (looks light to medium brown), but I know it will fade and look how I want by the end of the week. Next time I'm going to try medium blonde. Anyway, the best part is my hair feels soft and looks shiny. No breakage at all. July 11, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by TERRIBLE I had bleached blonde hair awhile ago and have since dyed over it with 3 brown dyes just because I kept wanting it darker (using a red filler beforehand of course), and I understand that you're not supposed to put ash over ash... Which is why I decided on the neutral collection because I was afraid my faded, almost dirty blonde hair wouldn't have enough warmth in it to use an ash based dye. However it looked very gold and orange in some spots so I didn't want to use a warm dye because I was afraid it would turn out too warm... So I decided on the dark neutral brown. Well... It turned BLACK. And not just black. In the light it looked extremely bright bluish purple. Since when are blue and purple neutral??? So I thought, okay, I'll just shampoo it a bunch and soak it in lemon juice to at least get out the blue and purple. Nope. It just turned a gross gray color. Not impressed. And I only kept the dye in my hair for a minute at the MOST before it was stained with the hideous color. Hopefully I'll be able to fade it out and buy a different dye to cover up this mess. It might work better on virgin hair but I wouldn't even risk it. December 10, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Why would 4NN turn coal black in the bowl ??? Ok, I have never had a problem with Ion before. But I got liquid (on accident vs creme) and I thought Gee, I'll go from 5G to one shade darker 4NN. Yes I figure all told it will look about 1.5 to 2 shades darker on me because neutral vs gold. But it turned black as coal in the bowl. I had it on my fine hair about 5 mins in front and 2- 3 on back of hair. Freaked out and washed it out. Bottom 1/3 of my shoulder length hair (far from virgin but still not destroyed by any stretch# was black! Only reason rest wasn't was I washed it out so fast. I fixed it by puttiing dawn on the ends after it dried and soaking ends in 3 clear scalding hot bowls of water. Bingo. So now I wonder.... is 5NN going to be ok for me to use next time? Or am I better off with 5N with 4N #non intense). I picked intenese to go with 10 volume sensitive scalp developer because I wanted color to last longer and cover few grays. Hmmmm.... But it never should have turned black as coal in 5 mins in mixing bowl.... November 10, 2014
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How many boxes?

My hair length is at my waist area and I have thick hair. How many boxes should I purchase for my entire hair?
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At least two boxes. My hair goes to about the middle of my back, semi thick hair, and 1 box was barely enough for me.
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Shoulder length hair requires 2 boxes of creme, however 1 bottle of liquid type.
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