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Colorful Neutral Protein Filler 1.2 oz.

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Size: 1.2 oz.
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Sally Item # SBS-636100

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Colorful Neutral Protein Filler adds body, volume and a lustrous sheen.

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Colorful Neutral Protein Filler 1.2 oz.
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  • Protects hair against new chemical damage
  • Adds body, volume and a lustrous sheen
  • Seals color within the cortex

Colorful Neutral Protein Filler ensures marvelous color results. Equalizes hair porosity for even color absorption and development and repairs previously damaged protein bonds. Protects hair against new chemical damage.
Can be used to make an "excellent protein hair reconstructing conditioner" by diluting it with 1/3 water.
Colorful Neutral Protein Filler 4.6 5 31 32
Great product and value I went from bleach blonde with dark auburn roots to a bright red. Using this protein filler really helped the color to "take" to my overprocessed hair, and surprisingly, my darker roots even took more color than I expected. I have used this as a treatment since coloring, and my hair is soft and you wouldn't know it had been through so much! The price on this is amazing for what it does, especially since it can be used as a conditioner type treatment even after or without coloring. October 5, 2014
Satisfaction Guaranteed IF used as Directed* If you ignore the directions (as I did the first time I used this), and wait for this to dry before applying your color, you will find your hair is crunchy & brittle.. If you apply the color when the filler is still wet, as the company directs, you will find your hair grabs the color more evenly & feels like silk. If you are highlighting your hair (lifting more than depositing), color as usual, wash & rinse, towel dry & saturate w protein filler, let sit for 20 min, rinse out. You'll be amazed. M~ *I don't work for the company. The guarantee in the title is simply informed conjecture February 24, 2014
Apply color after 20 minutes? That can't be right. I have badly damaged hair from using L'Oreal Hicolor Red with 20 or 30 volume for the past year. I needed something to prevent further damage while dying again. This did help a bit, but I do suggest using a hydrating conditioner after (nothing with more protein). I applied as directed on damp hair, and waited 20 minutes. After 20 minutes my hair was nowhere near dry enough to color. So I went to bed and let my hair dry, then colored when I woke up about 6 hours later.... BTW, My hair was crunchy when it dried. I mean CRUNCHYYY. Like Jersey Shore crunchy. So applying the color was a task. July 21, 2013
great product After trying to dye my hair brown after it had been bleached for 20 years my hair turned grey. I desperatly searched around looking for something to help because no dye was taking, it stayed grey every time and looked like it was going to stay that color. So i came across this product which seemed highly recommended and even though i had some doubts i tried it and it worked :) i will be using this product in the future and will highly recommend it. I now have brown hair and am so pleased i found this product. One bottle was enough for my hair, my hair is shoulder length and yes it was a little messy but can be very easily applied, i didnt need a spray bottle and was able to use my hands to blend it into the grey areas where needed. Certainly great value for money!! February 8, 2013
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I did my hair yesterday using the professional protein filler in red-red.
Should I get the neutral protein filler to keep my hair color nice and vibrant without fading or the professional filler in red again.
What us the difference between this neutral one and the professional ones with colors (red, brown...)
Thanks.
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