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Prism Lites by Salon Care

Prism Lites Blue Powder Lightener 1 oz

1 OZ |  Item SBS-292254
$3.99

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
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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 5 out of 5 by from Does the job! I bought this along with salon care 20 volume cream developer to bleach the very bottom layer of my hair. It lifted up to five levels just like the package said it would. It didn’t reek too strongly of chemicals and it actually didn’t fry my hair like I was expecting.
Date published: 2021-02-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from AWESOME RESULTS AND PRICE! Lifts perfectly on orange tone hair! Mixed great with Salon Care Vol 30
Date published: 2021-01-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Really good, my go to Everytime! Did a really good job lightening my hair with minimal damage (with 20 developer) went from dark brown to a light warm blonde (used Arctic fox Poseidon and conditioner to tone) for fine hair needed like a 2 1/3 packets and made it real saturated.
Date published: 2021-01-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Doesn't take brass out.. So I went from a whole journey of going from black box dyed hair to blonde... It's been a pain, and this did nothing for a second bleaching...
Date published: 2021-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from yesssss great product, my number 1 choice every single time
Date published: 2021-01-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from works great works very well for highlighting my natural auburn hair. mine is super resistant so i use 40 vol cream developer with it
Date published: 2020-12-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from It’s okay This is okay seems like it’s like the rest of the bleaches I think. Brown hair turns it orange of course/
Date published: 2020-11-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Outstanding product!! Outstanding product, great value and works really well! Great price!
Date published: 2020-09-08
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How many cups or tbsp is one scoop of prism lites, and one scoop of 40 volume creme developer.

Asked by: Briegeldon
It's a volume ratio 1:2 powder to developer So at long as the volume measurement that you are using for both Powder and developer is measured with the same non metallic/color safe measuring utensil to measure both the lightener and developer cup your mixture will work. You can purchase a hair color bowl that has measurements on the side to help you measure your parts of the mixture.
Answered by: Sally Staffer1
Date published: 2020-11-08

Is the price supposed to stay the same when I increase the quantity of how many packets I want bc I put 5 and it's still like 3.99 or something, like it doesn't go up?

Asked by: Nocuznoo
It will show in your cart, not on item screen.
Answered by: Stacey87
Date published: 2020-10-25

Does this expire? How long do they last?

Asked by: Keeeeley
There may be an expiration date on it, but I've used the same package for years with no problem. I keep it in a cabinet that gets basically no light. This is not a professional advisement, just telling you my experience.
Answered by: MissPicky
Date published: 2020-09-08

What is a scoop of powder ... a tablespoon or what ? 

Asked by: Minky711
A scoop generally refers to one measure of the included measuring cup in a larger container. In practice, you can use any non mettalic scoop to measure both bleach and developer, mixing is more about ratios than anything else.
Answered by: SjPannda
Date published: 2020-07-16

What is this powder for, is it for highlights.

Asked by: Lily in the valley
It’s bleach so it lightens hair. 
Answered by: Liviiiii
Date published: 2020-07-01

What can I get to substitute for the prism lites blue? (out of stock)

Asked by: Lorelei66
Quick blue by lorreal!
Answered by: Brattybayls
Date published: 2020-06-05

so it say use 1 scoop of lightener and 2 scoop of developer. Would that be 1 pck of this 1 oz and how much is 2 scoops of liquid developer?

Asked by: Brayde G
I think it just means equal parts...1 oz powder 2 oz developer
Answered by: Katly3877
Date published: 2020-05-24

What lightner or bleach do I use for California blonde highlights and do I need a toner ?

Asked by: Barbara35
These are ok, they do lighten, however am not getting same results as had.  I'd recommend adding red out drops and planning to do at least two separate highlight treatments on yourself to achieve a  more variant and lighter highlight result to offset any residual red/orange tones should your hair not lighten enough to combat that.  Of course you can always try a tester section.  Note: save hair trimmings from your next cut to use for time/color testing in future  :O)
Answered by: hairohairwereartthou
Date published: 2020-04-28
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