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  • Concentrated formula
  • Fast lightening action
  • Easy to apply
  • Dust free

Salon Care Blue Flash Powder Lightener ia a concentrated formula with fast lightening action that's easy to apply and dust free.

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Salon Care Blue Flash Powder Lightener is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 28.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best bleach out there. I used this with the Ion 40 lift developer and it works wonders. Both mixed together will provide great lightness and lift and it will turn dark virgin hair white.
Date published: 2016-02-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lifts my hair four levels! I have naturally thick black hair and bleached my hair silver at the salon this summer. I'm a student, so I couldn't afford doing my roots at the salon every month anymore, and I also became skeptical of the way my stylist bleached my roots (Even though the salon was highly reputable, my scalp would get smothered with bleach so much that applying toner after would make my scalp pain and sting), so I started bleaching with Sally bought bleach to save money and be more in control. I don't regret it! First of all, I try to maintain my hair and keep it as healthy as possible so I was pretty wary of both this bleach and the Quick Blue bleach because of how damaging it seemed from the reviews, so I tried Prism Lites but it barely lifted my hair color. Then I tried Blue Flash and also tried to combat the damage by using Ion Sensitive Scalp 30 developer. I left the bleach on for an hour, and it lifted my hair 4 levels as opposed to 1-2 that the other bleaches gave me!! My hair came out feeling soft and healthy too, maybe even healthier than it did in the salon. I tried Quick Blue as well, but I didn't feel like it lifted as much as Blue Flash would and the bleach dried out faster than Blue Flash did. The first bleach session, my hair would be orangey brunette (level 4). The next time, it was yellowish blonde (level 8). The last time, I would achieve the light yellow blonde color (level 10) I wanted, and would tone it out for a silvery look. I require 3 bleach sessions total to get to a platinum blonde with Blue Flash, opposed to the 2 bleach sessions I would need at the salon. That's okay, because at the salon they would heat the bleach so it would lift faster which I felt was extra damaging to my hair and scalp, and so it would probably take 3 bleach sessions if they didn't use heat. So yay! I found something that works. The only thing I will say is that my scalp still felt a little irritated/itchy while the bleach was on there.. And both Blue Flash and Quick Blue only took a little bit of the brass out of my hair, and I always had to tone with Wella T14 or T18 toner. Even though I totally love Blue Flash, I'm thinking of trying out other bleaches/developer combos in the future. P.S. Before I bleached my roots, I avoided shampoo wash for 2 days and did a coconut oil hair mask an hour before bleaching and left the oil in, which I felt contributed to the health of my hair post-bleaching
Date published: 2014-12-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Bleach! I used this to lighten/bleach my hair so I can colour it with N'Rage Twisted Teal (srsly, my go to colour, I LOVE IT# and it did an excellent job, without ruining my hair. I mixed this with Ion 30 volume for sensitive scalp. Now, the colour would have lifted better if I separated my hair to bleach it, but that is my fault. It lifted old colour #black and teal# and I waited 20 minutes to touch my roots. When I put the mix on my roots, I waited another 15 minutes and it was time to rinse. No damage, but my hair is a little dry #which is normal with bleaching hair) I had ZERO hot roots using this product. I highly recommend it!
Date published: 2014-02-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Prefer this bleach Before I started using this brand of bleach, I had previously tried the kaliedecolors bleach, before moving on to the L'Oreal quick blue. The reason i switched at first, was because they were out of the 16oz LO'real tub, and this one was on sale. I have to say a prefer salon care bleach over the other two. For me it just seems to lighten my hair faster than the quick blue, and I get a much more even result. I use this with ion 20 developer, and am a pretty happy girl. Also, if you're planing on bleaching large sections of hair, or know you'll have to be doing your roots in the future, buy the 16 oz tub, it's worth it, and you get more for your money that way.
Date published: 2014-01-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Use this on my virgin extensions and it lefts fast and good...Loved it
Date published: 2014-01-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for price This is very convenient for people who don't plan to often bleach their hair. It's extremely affordable and does the job well; however, I would suggest to anyone that they buy one packet per 8-10 inches of hair (depending on hair thickness). My hair is medium thickness at aprox 12 inches and I had a very difficult time with one packet. I consider myself fortunate that I bought an extra just in case. I would also suggest that when mixing you use a bleach/developer ratio of 1:1.5 or 1:2. The 1:1 ration is very, very thick to the point that it's difficult to properly coat your hair.
Date published: 2014-01-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product I have been playing Santa Claus for 20 years. Every year the initial bleaching leaves my dark blonde hair a brassy golden color. I wind up looking like Dr. Zaius from Planet of the Apes. This year one of my "Elves" suggested I try this with L'Oreal's 30 Developer. (1 hr) I was very pleased for a few reasons. First, it has a more pleasant smell, almost like a mint antacid instead of the super harsh smell. Second, It came out whiter than it usually does on the first bleaching. Thirdly, it is scalp friendly and didn't sting. Finally, after I washed & used my basic conditioner, it is soft. I was expecting it to feel like straw again.
Date published: 2013-12-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst Bleach I've Ever Used! This bleach is HORRIBLE! Left my hair in TERRIBLE condition! Will NEVER use again. I recommend Ion Color Brilliance out of anything I've tried for lightening.* *Keep in mind this is based on my personal experience and is my personal opinion. I have naturally Dark Brown, medium/thick, wavy hair. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Link to Color Brilliance Bleach: http://www.sallybeauty.com/on/demandware.store/Sites-SA-Site/default/Product-Show?pid=SBS-305880&dwvar_SBS-305880_webSize=1.0000+OZ
Date published: 2012-12-15
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So this is my very first time bleaching my hair and I was wondering if I can mix all the ingredients together or do I have to do it one by one ??? HELP !!!! Kim from tx.

Asked by: Kimkimss
if you mean mixing your toner bleach and developer together all at once, no. you have to bleach your hair (developer with bleach powder or crime bleach) and then when you're done apply the toner 
Answered by: macey1234
Date published: 2016-11-27

May I use Salon Care Professional 40 Volume Creme with Salon Care Professional Blue Flash. I have 20 Volume Creme and am not pleased with the lightening.

Asked by: Juttaksr
yes you can use 40 volume developer, but only if you really need it. if your hairs more than a light/medium brown, i would use a 30 instead
Answered by: macey1234
Date published: 2016-11-27

Do I only need a one ounce package to bleach my hair?

Asked by: Anonymous
It depends on the amount of hair you are going to be bleaching and length & thickness. You will also be needing a developer. (:
Answered by: haleybaby
Date published: 2016-08-15

Can I use clear developer instead of creme developer?

Asked by: lina
Yes. There's no difference between the two other than consistency.
Answered by: Pitmixmom87
Date published: 2016-03-30

is it ok to use this then dye my hair light auburn the same day?

the light auburn is ammonia free
Asked by: kayla
Yes, you can color your hair after bleaching it, only if your going darker, toning the blonde, and using a LOW volume developer, (e.g. 10 vol diluted 1/2 with water, or leave in conditioner, to make 5 vol.) If you go darker than the color you already have, make sure you use 10 vol. or lower. Only use 20+ volume to go darker if you are coloring grey. Always try to stay clear of coloring your hair more than once every 2 weeks at least, unless toning blonde, if you want your hair to stay strong and healthy! A deep conditioning treatment always helps as well. You can do those right at home =) Hope this information helps and good luck!
Answered by: sheargenius12
Date published: 2015-03-03
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