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Prism Lites by Salon Care

Prism Lites Blue Powder Lightener 1 lb

1LB |  Item SBS-292255

What is it?
Salon Care Prism Lites Blue Lightener professional formula is a tonal lightener that forma a rich, creamy consistency that is easy to apply. prism lites blue can be used on or off the scalp with max lightening of 5 levels of lift, while removing any orange from the hair.
What makes it special?
  • Max lightening - 5 levels of lift
  • Blue tone removes orange
  • Professional formula
  • On or off the scalp
  • Minimal swelling

Depending on the desired degree of lightening and consistency, mix with Salon Care™ Developers 10 vol., 20 vol., 30 vol., or 40 vol; In a ratio of 1 scoop of powder to 2 scoops of developer in a non-metallic bowl.


When applying directly to the scalp, do not exceed 20 vol. Developer. Apply to dry, unwashed hair. DO NOT USE HEAT. Use mixture immediately and discard any unused mixture.


Processing time depends on the condition of the hair and the desired degree of lightening. Check every 5-10 minutes during processing.


Do not continue to process if adverse reaction occurs (e.g. itching, burning, rash or any unexpected reaction). Stop and immediately rinse with water. If necessary, seek medical treatment. Maximum total processing time is 45 minutes. Rinse thoroughly and lightly shampoo.

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Rated 1 out of 5 by from Run Bought it a few days ago, used it left on 15 mins killed my hair to the point it was falling out.
Date published: 2021-02-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from PrismLites The prismlites is the only kind of bleach that I will use on my hair and my daughters because we both have super sensitive skin and it doesn't bother us at all, and it doesnt fry our hair like most bleaches!
Date published: 2021-02-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The best Lightener I have tried several different lighteners but this one is the best and I always have perfect results!
Date published: 2021-02-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Supposed to be blue You didn’t give me blue, you gave me purple, but managed to work with it
Date published: 2021-02-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love ot Did exactly what i wanted it to do. That was to lighten my hair and get yellow out
Date published: 2021-02-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Bleach I would advise using a color fix first if your hair is dark. Also get someone who is going to be as thorough as you would be on your hair.
Date published: 2020-11-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bleach your eyebrows you won’t regret it Always been a fave staple in a mentally unstable household 10/10
Date published: 2020-11-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Bleach! This bleach is amazing! And it works fast. Love it!
Date published: 2020-10-04
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i went and got my hair bleached back in Feb. and she did it leaving me with little highlights of my natural hair color how could i do an all over bleach with it? because i dont want to over develop the blonde in my hair

Asked by: brooke0304
I would suggest talking to your hair professional first before doing it yourself.
Answered by: Flowerchild007
Date published: 2020-10-28

My hair has litterly fell out using this product on me and my sisters hair after I bought from oakridge tn store. Never had an issue before now my hair is litterly breaking off and I steadily used this product for months!bji909k

Asked by: Jezebelp
Depending on the condition of your hair, bleaching in general can cause breakage. I recommend not using anything stronger than 20 vol developer unless a product says otherwise. Also if you are bleaching back to back processes, that can cause further damage. I would suggest consulting a professional if you are having issues with breakage and see what they say if you are going to do it yourself. If you are steadily using this product for months, (I am guessing every 4-6 weeks), I am under the impression you are doing root touch ups. If you are bleaching the entire head, I would highly suggest not doing that anymore. Recently I did a root touchup after 6 months not bleaching the roots. I used a 1 part bleach 2 part developer at 20 vol, 1/4in off root in my entire head for 45 minutes, no heat however with shower cap, total to lift 3.5 levels. Then tone with Ion toners Lavender Moon with 10vol developer checking every 5 min for 30 min. Also, I hope you are not brushing your hair after bleaching. Do not bleach wet hair. Dry hair at medium heat and then use a detanging or wet brush starting from bottom to top. This will help with breakage.
Answered by: Flowerchild007
Date published: 2020-09-08

I have very long dark brown hair that goes past my breasts, how much of this do I need to get my hair to platinum blonde?

Asked by: KaylaM16
Don't expect to go from brown to platinum in one sitting. If you are going to do this yourself, I highly recommend going in stages. Set your expectionations to be a medium to light blonde first and then bleach again to platinum later down the road. You do not want to damage your hair to the point where you have massive breakage. Either way, you are going to need to get a haircut after you do a major bleach process. Only use 20 vol developer and do it over a period of time. I would say expect 6 months minimum to get to platinum blonde. However, if you do want things to be done quicker, I suggest you consult a professional and have them do it.
Answered by: Flowerchild007
Date published: 2020-09-08

Can I switch from salon care no heat bleach to prism without any problems?

Asked by: LaChavez
I have always used it with heat.
Answered by: donna kerridge
Date published: 2020-11-29

My powder came in a bag and does not have a scoop what is the measurement of the scoop I need to use

Asked by: Shannon 38
I mix this with a 1:1 ratio. I only use it for highlights so I mixed about 2 tablespoons with 2 tablespoons developer.
Answered by: JackieR5
Date published: 2020-06-08

I scoop =? How many teaspons/tablespoons

Asked by: A1lukkitinktink
Oh nvm i misunderstood your question. You can figure out how many tablespoons are in a scoop by getting a scoop of powder, then transferring it to the spoon and counting out how many tablespoons it equals by the time you’ve reached the end of the scoop
Answered by: Britt parker
Date published: 2020-11-16

Can this ship to Denmark?

Asked by: Nanna1244

Why change an amazing product??? Not the same. New formula is awful 

Asked by: Campbell86
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