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Ion Color Brilliance Brights Semi-Permanent Hair Color Lavender

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Ion Color Brilliance Brights Semi-Permanent Hair Color are hi-fashion hair colors designed to give vivid, boldly intense results.


Ion Color Brilliance Brights Semi-Permanent Hair Color Lavender
Ion Color Brilliance Brights Semi-Permanent Hair Color Lavender



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  • Red,rgb&qlt=85,1&op_sharpen=1&resMode=bicub&op_usm=0.9,1.0,4,0&iccEmbed=0
  • Rose,rgb&qlt=85,1&op_sharpen=1&resMode=bicub&op_usm=0.9,1.0,4,0&iccEmbed=0
  • Azure,rgb&qlt=85,1&op_sharpen=1&resMode=bicub&op_usm=0.9,1.0,4,0&iccEmbed=0
  • Aqua,rgb&qlt=85,1&op_sharpen=1&resMode=bicub&op_usm=0.9,1.0,4,0&iccEmbed=0
  • Sky Blue,rgb&qlt=85,1&op_sharpen=1&resMode=bicub&op_usm=0.9,1.0,4,0&iccEmbed=0
  • Purple,rgb&qlt=85,1&op_sharpen=1&resMode=bicub&op_usm=0.9,1.0,4,0&iccEmbed=0
  • Fuschia,rgb&qlt=85,1&op_sharpen=1&resMode=bicub&op_usm=0.9,1.0,4,0&iccEmbed=0
  • Lavender,rgb&qlt=85,1&op_sharpen=1&resMode=bicub&op_usm=0.9,1.0,4,0&iccEmbed=0
  • Mint,rgb&qlt=85,1&op_sharpen=1&resMode=bicub&op_usm=0.9,1.0,4,0&iccEmbed=0

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  • Brilliantly intense hair color
  • No Ammonia or Peroxide
  • Formulated in Italy
  • Ready to use

Ion Color Brilliance Brights Semi-Permanent Hair Color are hi-fashion hair color shades designed to give vivid, boldly intense results. In twenty to forty minutes Ion Color Brilliance Brights deposits color on pre-bleached natural or color treated hair. Ion Color Brilliance Brights can be applied to pre-lightened hair and natural or colored hair.


Ion Color Brilliance Brights can be applied two different ways.


1. For the most vibrant result apply to pre-lightened hair. Pre-lighten with Ion Color Brilliance Ammonia Free Powder Lightener (not included) to the desired level of lift. It is important to note that the degree of lift achieved with pre-lightening will directly affect the vibrancy and intensity of the final result. Underlying exposed contributing pigment must be taken into consideration. If the hair is orange or a dark yellow this will contribute to the final color. To achieve a boldly intense brights color, pre-lighten to the level indicated in the table below for each specific color. After pre-lightening, shampoo with Ion Color Defense Shampoo. Dry the hair. Apply chosen brights shade directly on dry hair and process for 20 to 40 minutes depending on the level of color intensity desired. Strand test every 5-10 minutes. Heat is not necessary for processing if the hair has been pre-lightened. After processing, thoroughly rinse and apply Ion® Color Brilliance After Color Treatment to close the cuticle and lock the color deep inside the hair.


2. Color shine overlays on natural or color treated hair. Apply brights directly onto natural or color treated dry hair and process for 20 to 40 minutes. For more intense vibrant results, cover the hair with a processing cap and process with heat. Strand test every 5-10 minutes. After processing is completed, thoroughly rinse and apply Ion Color Brilliance After Color Treatment to close the cuticle and lock color deep inside the hair.

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Ion Color Brilliance Brights Semi-Permanent Hair Color 3.6 5 280 286
Fantastic! After much deliberation, I went with Fuschia. My hair was previously Manic Panic Red Passion, faded to a funny cotton candy pink and orange streaky color, and this covered it fabulously. The box states you need state 10 to really get this color, but my hair was probably only an 8 or so and it still came out great. It's far more purple on where my hair was pink previously and a beautiful raspberry color where it was orange. It IS super thick so I added some Ion conditioner to help spread it. I have a lot of hair so I needed two full tubes of it to get it all covered. Unlike the Manic Panic which you can sort of squidge around in your hair when it's done, this stuff doesn't move. I left it on for about two hours and rinsed it out. Also, I highly recommend getting the Ion After-Color Treatment with this as it will make your hair instantly super soft and shiny by closing the cuticle. Time will tell if it helps keep the color in, but my hair feels great. August 15, 2012
If it fades you aren't doing it right I decided to dye my hair magenta. Some parts of my hair were at 10 in highlighted areas, others were 7/8 before dying my hair magenta. The first time I did it, I left it in for about an hour. It was amazing and vibrant the first day, washed out to a soft pink/peachy color the next. The second time I did it, I left it in for 4 hours. I switched to a sulfate free color protect shampoo. This made my color stay vibrant, swatch vibrant, for about 3 weeks. Week 4 would still be a nice, more light pink shade but I'd usually touch it up at that point. It's a semi so there was no damage from leaving it in so long, it just made my hair a little greasy the first time I did it, so the second time to touch it up I shampooed my hair twice. From doing this the colour will now NOT COME OUT. I have tried various color strippers and bleach, so it looks like I'm stuck with it until it grows out. I tried hiding it with a darker permanent color, but it wouldn't stick to the hair the pink was. If you change your hair color often or want it to fade out, leave it in for the time directed on the box. If you're dedicated to the color you've picked, leave it in for as long as you can tolerate each time you color and you'll be stuck with it. The only reason I gave this product a "good" instead of "excellent" was because it won't come out. July 24, 2014
Bleeds, Too Thick, Fades Quickly, Look Elsewhere I recently was in Sally's last week looking for blue hair dye. I was going to do Manic Panic as usual, but I decided to give this brand a try. The tubes seemed cheaper, and I could buy as much dye as I needed rather than having to buy it in Manic Panic tubs, which I always have WAY too much left over. I bought 3 2.04oz tubes, about a Manic Panic and a half, which I thought would be enough. I bleached my hair to a blondish-orange, my hair is very resistant to bleach. I wanted a darker result anyway so this was fine with me, even if there were red undertones. First off, I need to comment on how incredibly thick this product was. It was like a paste, I could gel my hair straight to the side with it. After a long and painful application because of the consistency, I didn't have enough for the ENTIRE left side of my head. I was in absolute shock, this was MORE than I use with Manic Panic for my ENTIRE HEAD, and it didn't even cover 2/3 of my hair. I ended up having a day with half blue, half sort-of-blueish-blonde hair, and had to go back to Sally's for ANOTHER tube of this stuff, so that the colour would be even. Mind you, I am up to about 2 tubs of Manic Panic now, which I have NEVER come close to using. I went home and applied this to the remaining section of hair. I waited a few hours, and then rinsed it out. Might I comment that rinsing it out was incredibly frustrating, because of how thick this stupid formula was. At the end of the day, I had a result that looked pretty good, albeit quite uneven. The colour was vibrant, but the section that I didn't have enough dye for ended up being lighter with a greenish hue rather than a blue hue. I could deal with this. However, it has been less than a week, and I see SIGNIFICANT fading and bleeding. Every time I shower, TONS of blue comes out. Manic Panic usually comes out in the shower, but this was insane, concentrated blue water. Even the strands of hair I find in the sink and accidentally leave on one of my bath products, have STAINED the products blue. This dye comes off like crazy and bleeds everywhere. Some of my shirts are stained blue from this dye, my nails are perpetually blue, my neck has a constant blueish hue because of this dye's inability to be retained in the hair. I pray that you don't have white pillowcases. As of now, I see hints of reddish orange coming through, and widespread greenish faded sections. I now have to spend money on MORE dye to replace that which is being washed and bled out. I am so incredibly frustrated with this product because I really wanted to like it. But everything about this product, minus the smell and the colour for like a day, is absolutely terrible. If you MUST use it, dilute it with some water to make the formula go farther, and have a better consistency. Otherwise, avoid it at all costs and go with a more trusted brand. July 24, 2014
dissapointed On a whim I went to sally's to buy a fun color to change my hair up a bit. I've used the regular ion colors before so I automatically decided I was going to buy a color in ion brights.I was deciding between the rose and the lilac shade, both very pretty and summery colors. I purchased the rose and was very excited because it appeared to be a gorgeous light pink. I've never done a strand test because I didn't see the need and my hair is already a decently light, medium blonde shade so I thought i could do without lightener. I applied the pink to only the underneath of my hair and left it in for about an hour. I rinsed it out and all it did was tint my hair an orangey color. I was very disappointed and determined to get the rose color so i immediately went back to sally's and purchased lightener and developer. I left it on for a decent amount of time, my hair was almost a platinum blonde so i figured there was no way it wouldn't be able to hold the pink. I applied it to the bleached part and with the dye on my head it was a gorgeous color and i got very excited. I rinsed it out after about 40 mins and all of the pink rinsed out with nearly no trace of it. this product is very misleading and I'm not sure how it made it to shelves. I e-mailed the company because i was genuinely sad and all they sad was that my hair was probably too light( which doesn't make sense) and that my hair should have been a golden blonde (which is what my natural hair is anyways) they told me to purchase the brights in magenta and diffuse it but i'm almost scared to waste my money on their products again when the last one didn't color my hair at all, and wasted my money and almost a whole day. other people have told me that the non- pastel shades hold color and come out as they should but after this incident i'm too skeptical to spend my money on any more of the brights shades July 13, 2014
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For example, to dye my greys purple?
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I used the semi-permanent purple color on my dark brown hair yesterday and didn't achive the results that I wanted is it ok for me to use the powder lightener and re-dye today?
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Brooklyn, New York
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No matter how much purple I mix with the brown, the purple is barely noticable. I want the brown to cover my grey but also have the purple more noticable.
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Washington, DC
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You can't mix a demi with a semi in the bowl, but you can on your head doing two separate colors.

Dye your hair brown with the demi, wash it out, dry, then dye your hair with the semi color. If the semi still isn't vibrant leave it in for more time. Don't keep mixing them in the same bowl or try processing them together at the same time.

Sally's also sells some purplely plum demis I've seen. Maybe try switching to that and adding semi purple as you're creating a little bit of a purple base and still covering greys.

Demi and Semi colors are two completely different types of pigments. Also you shouldn't be using any developer with your semi, so I would imagine it would change the color and deposit little if anything at all.
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Toronto, ON
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