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Sensitive Scalp 10 Volume Creme Developer

Color Brilliance by Ion
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Sensitive Scalp 10 Volume Creme Developer

Color Brilliance by Ion
ION86
$2.39 - $5.79
Sensitive Scalp 10 Volume Creme Developer is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 137.
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  • Formulated with wheat germ protein Provides greater client comfort Refreshing fragrance
    The European formula of ion Sensitive Scalp 10 Volume Creme Developer contains ionic buffers and conditioning wheat germ protein to help guard against scalp sensitivity. It mixes easily with your chosen hair coloring product when depositing permanent haircolor. Ensures stronger, smoother, healthier hair during and after the hair coloring process.
  • ion Sensitive Scalp 10-Volume Creme Developer This developer can be mixed with any permanent hair color or lightener when the directions call for 10 volume hydrogen peroxide. The creamy viscosity will allow for either bottle or bowl and brush application. It provides superior color results when used with ion Color Brilliance Creme or Liquid Permanent Hair Color. Keep cap tightly closed and store in a cool location.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Would buy this product again This works real well with the Wella toner. If you hare not trying to lift color, but only deposit and tone, this did the trick.
Date published: 2019-11-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic for the Price This developer is fantastic. No scalp BURN. Won't use anything else.
Date published: 2019-11-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for sensitive scalp! Works well. Didn't seem to irritate my scalp as much as other developers have.
Date published: 2019-11-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good 10 volume developer for sensitive scalp good product with a great price. A little runnier than I would like it. Does buffer sensitive scalp.
Date published: 2019-11-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from burned I bought this a week ago to touch up my roots and as soon as I brushed it on my scalp started itching and burning. After I washed it off my head was still burning and the next day I had scabs all over my head. I’ve bleached my hair with the Ion bleach before but with another developer, I decided tp use Ions developer this time and never again.
Date published: 2019-10-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works Works great with the hair dye I use and mixes really well too.
Date published: 2019-09-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My go to developer I enjoy using this developer, it doesn’t irritate my scalp and doesn’t have a harsh smell. Deposits color beautifully without damaging hair.
Date published: 2019-09-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not for me Dried my scalp. Out which was already the problem I had.
Date published: 2019-09-05
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What do the Volume numbers mean? (i.e. volume 10/20/30)

Asked by: GrannyPJ
The higher the number, the stronger it is, and the more peroxide is in it.
Answered by: Annie61780
Date published: 2020-01-02

I did a box hair color and my hair is brassy orange! I’d like my hair to like Pearl blonde. Would like to fix it on my own just need some advise on what to buy? 

Asked by: Jennifer8976
You need to buy a toner to cancel out the brassiness. I'm not experienced enough to tell you which volume/color if toner to get, but something with ash or beige would be your best bet.
Answered by: Annie61780
Date published: 2020-01-02

Which creme developer am I supposed to use with 10 minute Ion Color Brilliance? This information should be in the description and let customers know they have to purchase separately.

Asked by: Lisa1962
I think the box tells you which developer to use. I would suggest 10 or 20 volume depending on the colour of your hair currently and the colour you are trying to reach. Also- trust to use the same brand developer and colour- so an ion developer. If going same level or darker, 10 vol is fine. If going from a darker colour to lighter, use 20vol. If you are trying to go a lot lighter you probably won't get good results without lightening first.
Answered by: JackieCZ
Date published: 2019-09-19

do I need a developer when I use a demi hair color. I plan to use the Demi ion 3n dark natural brown hair color. what is the difference between the 10 volume and the 20 volume developer?

Asked by: ProtonGary
You need a 10vol for demi perm colour. The difference between 10 and 20 volume is strength of peroxide. 20 volume lifts more colour out of hair and is more damaging and should only be used if you are trying to lighten a couple shades.
Answered by: JackieCZ
Date published: 2019-09-19

What's the difference between developer 10, 20, 30

Asked by: Piglady1
10, 20, 30, 40 volume refers to the strength of peroxide in the developer. Peroxide is the ingredient that lightens/lifts you hair colour. The more peroxide the lighter your hair will get. 10vol = 3% peroxide and is usually used with demi permanent colours, toners, and when you dont need to lighten your hair to dye it (like when you are going to a darker colour) 20vol = 6% peroxide and is usually what you get in a common box dyes that doesn't require you to lighten the hair much. It's good when you are going a level/shade or 2 lighter 30vol = 9% peroxide and is often used when you want to go 3 or 4 levels lighter. It's also used when you are straight bleaching your hair. It's very strong and causes damage 40vol = 12% peroxide and is mostly used for bleaching many levels down. Basically fries you hair if you don't prep and use the right aftercare. Don't use this volume until you have more experience.
Answered by: JackieCZ
Date published: 2019-09-19

If a color shade is too dark initially how can you lighten up /at the ends?

Asked by: Connie love
If its semi or demi permanent dye just wash with a clear (clarifying) shampoo a few extra times. If its permanent you'll probably have to go in with a lighter shade of colour mixed 10 or 20vol developer and paint in a natural fade
Answered by: JackieCZ
Date published: 2019-09-19

What is the difference between a 10 volume Creme Developer and a 40 volume Creme Developer?

Asked by: Jaimelynn77
The higher the number, the stronger the developer. 40 volume lifts base color better for blondes, lower numbers good for brunettes, etc
Answered by: Shelly102
Date published: 2019-03-13

does this developer contain peroxide? what percentage? Can plain 3% peroxide be used instead and at what ration?

Asked by: balleyjp
The last answer was not correct. 10 volume developer is NOT 10% peroxide. It is 3% peroxide. V10, V20, V30, and V40 This VOLUME...... contains this PERCENTAGE of hydrogen peroxide 10 volume or V10 3% 20 volume or V20 6% 30 volume or V30 9% 40 volume or V40 12%
Answered by: Velvet Serpent
Date published: 2019-02-27
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