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30 Volume Gentle Creme Developer

by AGEbeautiful
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30 Volume Gentle Creme Developer

by AGEbeautiful
$2.89 - $6.19
30 Volume Gentle Creme Developer is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 93.
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  • Use with bowl or brush Soft floral fragrance Gentle creme
    AGEbeautiful dedicated gentle 30 volume crème developer was developed for use with AGEbeautiful permanent liqui-creme haircolor. Together they provide the perfect viscosity for use with bowl and brush or applicator bottle. AGEbeautiful dedicated gentle creme developer has a soft floral fragrance.


    30 Volume: Lifts hair 2 to 3 levels depending on the color chosen (this means if your natural hair color is a 6N this developer will lift your color up to a 9N)


    *Limit 6 per order for non-professional customers. Limit 24 per order for professional customers.



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  • Mixing ratio is 1:1 (equal parts color and developer). Use with either an applicator bottle or a bowl and brush.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lifted my level 4 intense red quite well. Worked well for what I was doing with it. Lightening my colored Red hair.
Date published: 2019-10-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good transaction I really like ordering online, especially when there are discounts! Great product!
Date published: 2019-08-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good developers Great developer. Does what it's supposed to do with the hair color it's used with.
Date published: 2019-07-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Does what it says This product worked very well, and didn't fry my hair like some products like it do. My hair didn't feel like straw before conditioning, it wasn't dried out. It actually felt like some life had been put back into my hair.
Date published: 2019-03-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great product Have been using Agebeautiful 30v developer for years. Great product. It never stings or damages my sensitive scalp. Love all Agebeautiful products. Gave it 3 stars because my online order came with the 16 ounce bottle half full. Terrible. May just need to purchase in store.
Date published: 2019-03-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Will only buy this developer Great developer, didnt leave my hair damaged at all. I do wish i got a stronger one, i have dirty blonde hair with red undertone & it could have used just a little more boost. Didnt burn my scalp like other developers & the size of the bottle is great for more than 1 use!
Date published: 2019-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from GENTLE and fast! I just bought this the other day and had it arrived super fast! I used this with a bleaching powder and it was perfect. I don't know if it was the coconut oil or this developer but my hair still feels AMAZING after the bleaching! I was worried about using anything over 20Vol but this did not damage my hair or scalp!
Date published: 2017-10-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love love love!!!! I've been using age beautiful 9a and 9n for a couple of years now. I won't go back to anything else. Great long lasting color, calms the wirey frizz, and leaves it soft and silky even in the Georgia heat.
Date published: 2017-04-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from With the Creme Lightener, BLOWN AWAY! I am naturally a dark brown, level 4. This took my old patchy highlights and new dark root growth from a hot mess to a nice even LIFTED blonde in just 30 minutes! Not only that my hair wasn't dried or crispy fried like with other bleaches which left my hair dull and icky feeling (over the last 20+ years of DIY blonde, Ive tried pretty much every powder bleach / developer out there) this left nice, shimmery golden highlights, ready to be toned with my wella T18 white lady, no stress, just awesome highlights and soft hair! If I was going for golden highlights, this wouldnt even need to be toned *blown away!!* If you have dark hair thats hard to lift, this with a toner will get you to where you want to be! It is THICK, which is a PRO for highlights and root touch-ups, because it stays PUT so reduces the overlap issue... but I can see for a full head application that may not be a good thing. I love this with the combo of the Creme Lightener and will never use any other bleach combo! LOVES IT!
Date published: 2013-07-15
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how does it cover grey hair

Asked by: krita1970
very well
Answered by: maureenmm
Date published: 2020-06-25

What's the difference between the 20 Volume & the 30 Volume Age Beautiful Developers and which one should I use on Natural African American 4C (Course Coily) Hair?

Asked by: MsFefe25
Let me first say that I am not a professional hairstylist. I have a lot of experience coloring my own hair, so I've figured some of this over time and by talking to stylists. What I know for certain, though, is that the number (20 or 30) refers to the amount (ie: volume/percentage) of peroxide in the product (ie: developer). The 30 is used when hair is being dyed to a shade that is more than maybe 2 shades lighter than your current color. The 30 is sometimes also used to be sure to avoid brassiness, as brassiness can be a result of the color not 'moving past' the orange zone on its way from darker to lighter. Granted, if you're dying your hair red, brassiness might not be as noticeable. To be honest, though, most people end up having to tone the brass out of their hair by using a toner or a demipermanent color in place of a toner. Wella makes good toners (which you would use with a volume 10 developer careful if your roots have grown in because, unless you dye the roots to match the rest of your hair, the toner will leave the roots a different and brassier color than the rest). If you end up needing to tone out brassiness, sometimes a demipermanent color rather than a toner is better (for the demipermanent be SURE to use Wella's developer made specifically for their demipermanent colors). Depending on how light you've dyed your hair, you may be able to use demipermanent color 6, 7, 8, etc. followed by the letter "A" for ashy. If someone were toning very blond hair, for example, they'd choose 10. If you were toning a mid-brown color, you'd chose a lower number like maybe 7. In terms of Natural African American hair, you are starting with hair that is not already damaged from other chemical treatments, so that's a plus in terms of the impact of the peroxide. However, 30 volume will be more drying, due to being harsher (because it has more peroxide). The decision between a 20 volume and a 30 volume has more to do with how may shades you're "lifting" (lightening) your hair and how dark it is to being with. The curliness or coarseness of hair is only an issue if you're concerned with causing more damage and/or drying out the hair more. I'm caucasian, but do have curly hair - it's harder for the natural oils of the scalp to make their way down a textured hair shaft (and with curls, everybody knows we don't brush or they get frizzy, while straight-haired people brush, thereby redistributing oils from the scalp area to the shaft of the hair), so I always deep condition after coloring. I would say this: If you are lightening your hair by more than 2 shades, you may want to wait until salons reopen, if that's an issue. If, like me, you're always looking to save a buck (coronavirus or not!), you may want to call a couple of hair color 'hotlines' - those numbers can be googled, or you can just find them on the back of a box of L'Oreal hair color, Redken, etc. You don't want to destroy your hair or have it break off.
Answered by: Ceylon fan
Date published: 2020-07-02

Will this 30 developer help color the grey better than the 20?

Asked by: DebbieThomp
Yes it will. 20 volume developer just lays a little color.
Answered by: msmartin22
Date published: 2019-12-04

What are the ingredients in the Gentle 30 Volume Cream Developer by AGEbeautiful?  Also, wondering if I can use Ion Sensitive scalp 30 Volume Cream Developer that I have left, with the AGEbeautiful hair color?

Asked by: Anyone123
Answered by: SallyStaffer8
Date published: 2019-02-27

Is this item Buy 1 Get One?

Asked by: Sandy Kulhanek
When I purchase the hair color the developer was free.
Answered by: Lizzie41
Date published: 2018-02-20

Hi, I bought age beautiful 9N light blond, and used a 20 developer. I am wondering if I use the 30 developer if it will make my hair lighter. I didn't get the results I wanted the first time, It left my hair kind of light brown.

Asked by: lizzie53
Without knowing what the natural level and target level of your formula was ,I cant answer that. Do I think recoloring with 9N and 30 vol will get you where you want to be? No. Correct formulation is key.Hair color will only do what is formulated to do. If you wanted to lift up to 4 levels of natural color, hi lift color and double 18% (40 vol) would have worked. Any higher lifting requires pre-lightening. Sounds like you needed a hi lift color and 9N is not a hi lift color nor is 6% (20 vol) a hi lift developer. Another rule of color to remember, artificial color will not lift artificial color, only natural color so you got to get it right the first time, but it sounds like you need to pre-lighten.
Answered by: Donnafaire
Date published: 2020-07-02

I have 30 Volume Creme 4oz.bottle and Age beautiful color 2oz how much of it do I mix together

Asked by: Vada
Hello and thank you for your question! We advise that AGEbeautiful Color is mixed 1:1 (Equal parts AGEbeautiful Color and AGEbeautiful developer.) Pour 2 oz. of developer into applicator bottle or bowl (approx. ½ of the developer provided). Pour entire 2 oz. tube of color into applicator bottle or bowl. Mix well. Apply color. Also 30 Volume Developer lifts hair 2 to 3 levels depending on the color chosen.
Answered by: Sally Staff
Date published: 2017-10-08

Should I use 30 developer for real brassy hair

Asked by: Chasity2
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