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HiColor Red HiLights Copper
HiColor Red HiLights Copper
 

HiColor Red HiLights Copper

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SBS-500243

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Size: 1.2 oz. |
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4.6/5
210 Reviews
4.6/5
210 Reviews
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  • Red http://demandware.edgesuite.net/sits_pod21/dw/image/v2/AABJ_PRD/on/demandware.static/-/Sites-SBS-SallyBeautySupply/default/dwa9928bc9/images/swatch/SBS_500241.png?sw=100&sh=100&sm=fit

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  • Copper
    Color CopperMagentaRed

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  • For highly-visible, intense red highlights even on dark hair, without brassiness
  • Breakthrough technology lifts hair 3-4 levels, no pre-lightening required
  • Rich, no-drip creme makes it easy for control of creative techniques
  • Quick processing time of only thirty minutes
  • True-to-shade color that resists fading
  • Available in three Hi-lift Red shades

NEW HiColor RED HiLights by L'Oreal Excellence is the first highlighting series formulated for dark hair. Rich, no-drip creme makes it easy for control of creative techniques . True-to-shade color that resists fading. L'Oreal Excellence HiColor Red HiLights is available in Magenta, Red, Copper Red and Copper

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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 210 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great color, but never stops bleeding The first time I used this I'd been dying my hair using Loreal Feria's power reds for about a year. I had never dyed my med brown hair before that. I went looking for a bright vibrant red and found HiColor Red HiLights. The first time I used a 20 vol developer and it was bright, but not too crazy. I then decided to go brighter and used a 30 vol developer and it did look like Ariel/Little Mermaid. I absolutely loved it. It never ever stops bleeding though. If you so much as sweat a little it gets everywhere. No matter how many times you wash it it does not stop bleeding. I finally got sick of taking my kids to the beach and not being able to go into the water without coming out looking like Carrie that I went back to Feria. Even after that it still bled red for months. I really wish Loreal could figure out a formula that didn't bleed like this because it would be perfect if they could. May 10, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by It freakin' works! I used this product after a recommendation from a girl that worked a@ Taco Bell (totally random, I know). I already had red hair (bleached and dyed red using manic panic). I was told by taco bell employee that I wouldn't have to bleach with this product. I used this product to retouched my roots that look basically black. Just use the dye with a developer, and within 30 mins the process was done. May 1, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Amazing Red! I have been trying to find a good red dye and this is it! April 22, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good, but fades fast. Tried this the first time on black hair with a 30 vol developer and turned it a nice crimson shade that could be seen in natural sunlight and white lighting. It faded to a brownish red color in about 3 weeks. The second time, I dyed over existing color and some new growth with two boxes with a 40 vol developer and the crimson color shows as more of a black cherry in some dimmer or yellow lighting and as a nice bright crimson in natural sunlight and white lighting. (I have about shoulder length hair, for reference.) The only problem is that second time around, the color is still coming out in the shower and staining my neck and clothes. Could be due to either the higher vol developer or the higher amount of dye I slathered on my hair. I have never had this staining issue when using a 40 vol developer or 2 boxes of dye on my hair before, so I'm not sure what the issue is. Also, my roots and ends took the color more than my length, even though I started on the length and just rubbed the remaining color into my roots (I've been dyeing my hair for 10+ years). There's some different things going on with this dye than the usual Ion brand I use, but the color is beautiful! March 23, 2016
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I have thin medium brown roots, but have red dyed hair, about a medium color , like a cherry color. I want to stay dark like blood red or dark cherry. Should i use a 20 vol developer and how long should i leave it on, most people i see leave it for 35 total, 20 on dyed parts ans another 15 added on when they cover the roots
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Hello, and thank you for your question. We suggest either a 20 or 30 volume developer. The 30 volume will give brighter results. As for processing time, dependent upon desired results the timing will change. There will be information on processing time in the directions inside the box.
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I just recently dyed my hair dark auburn but I want it bright which of the the red should I use to brighten it w/o bleaching
2 weeks, 3 days ago
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And what's the ratio of dye and developer?
2 weeks, 6 days ago
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It should be mixed with 2 parts developer to 1 part hair color.
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Hello, and thank you for your question. Yes, you will mix with a developer. The manufacturer suggests 30 volume for best results.
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