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CHI

Ionic Shine Shade Additive

 Item CHI03
$7.79

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What is it?
CHI Ionic Shine Shades is a versatile liquid color line that can be used as a standalone coloring system. Easy to mix and apply liquid formula features PDS coloring system that can be used for permanent, demi-permanent and semi-permanent color formulations. CHI shine shades offers the ability to deposit, lift, tone, correct, and refresh all color tones.
What makes it special?
  • Non Progressive Color turns into a color conditioner preventing over processing
  • PDS Color System (permanent, demi-permanent and semi-permanent usage)
  • Same CHI Ionic Permanent Shine Cream Color payoff in liquid consistency
  • Ammonia Free PPD Free Liquid Formula
  • Easy to mix and combine with cream formula
  • Improve overall hair condition and shine
  • Versatile Formula
  • Silk and Oil

Key Ingredients: Ceramic -

• CHI Ceramic provides maximum color penetration inside the hair

• Ceramic produces ionic charge (+/-) that will anchor the dyes deep inside the hair

• Adds radiance, shine and longevity to color

• Complete oxidation of the dyes

Color Lock Complex

• 30% longer lasting color

• Adds essential moisture to hair during color service

Silk and Oil

• Silk contains 17 of the 19 amino acids found in hair

• Strengthens the hair

• Holds up to three times its weight in moisture

• Olive Oil and Brazilian Nut Oil adds moisture and improves color longevity

• Adds incredible shine and reflection

Aloe

• Aloe is known for its healing properties

• Adds moisture and shine to hair

 

Tools that you will need:

Color bowl, color brush, measuring beaker, and applicator bottle.

 

Types of Application:

  • Semi Permanent- Will stay in hair up to 12 Shampoos
    • 1 part CHI Shine Shades Color + 1 part CHI Color Generator + 1 part Color Lock Treatmen
  •  Demi Permanent- Will stay in hair up to 25 Shampoos
    • 2 part CHI Shine Shades Color + 1 part CHI Color Generator
  • Permanent Hair Color- Will stay in hair until it grows out or hair is cut off
    • 1 part CHI Shine Shades Color + 1 part CHI Color Generator

 

Mix: Color as desired in a bowl. Apply with either a color brush or with an applicator bottle. Allow to process for 30 minutes. Shampoo, rinse and Apply CHI Color Lock Treatment for 5 minutes then rinse Full Instructions can be found on the CHI Shine Shades hair color bottle. There is a folded pamphlet that is attached by the plastic casing and lightly attached to the bottle with adhesive.

Colors can be mixed to create desired levels and tones

Deposit - Permanent rich color

Tone - balances various undertones to help reach desired color

Refresh - refreshes previous color, adds shine and enhances color

Color Correction - Balance various off tones to beautiful rich color

Rated 1 out of 5 by from Beware-Not what was expected This is not an additive it is green hair dye. If you follow the directions you will be a smurf. No where in the description was this evident. I had to google it to find out that it was actual emerald green hair color.
Date published: 2021-01-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from purple is a hard color to maintain It gives a nice blue boost to the purple color that I'm tryibg to achieve
Date published: 2020-09-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Shine additive Very happy with this Chi Shine Additive. Long lasting shine.
Date published: 2020-08-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not really a blue? The blue was not blue. From what happened when I done the hair is that it turned more Dark purple than blue. Not sure what I done wrong or if that is just the actual color.
Date published: 2020-08-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love it I love this product, if u have orange roots you can use it with devoloper 10
Date published: 2020-07-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great idea... needs improvement on color validity Love the idea of how this color system works, one bottle 4 different types if processing is awesome. However when it comes to color I found it to be lacking pigment compared to other brands. Also the color was very different from the swatch - pretty but no matching. I bleached my hair to a level 10, applied level 7,9, and 11 iridescent blonde to varying sections using a demi permanent color formula. Iridescent has blue and purple undertones on the swatch, but my hair was evenly colored in a peachy blonde color as a result.
Date published: 2020-06-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Just an experiment... I'm not sure if it changed the color or not, granted I only used about a third of the bottle. Also, the liquid was yellow, not purple which confused me so I guess I'm not surprised that it didn't work. But, I still like the color that I mixed it with which is the Loreal HiColor HiLights in Magenta. Next time, I plan to try using the rest of the bottle and see if that does anything.
Date published: 2020-06-12
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which additive can help get red out? I have color 50-4n I'm trying to cover some gray and this color comes out reddish.  want brown without red undertones... which additive can I add?

Asked by: GABRIELLE8
Double Ash worked well for me at toning red. It's a teal color dye so it allowed some golden hues to show, which I like, because it looks more natural. I didn't try the plain Blue Additive but I assume it would get rid of red as well but probably eliminate golden yellow colors too.  Use 1 capful of liquid additive per ounce of color or 1 inch of cream additive per ounce of color.
Answered by: jackie31
Date published: 2020-09-20

so I'm going to bleaching my black hair and putting the orange color on it but I'm not very familiar with additives. if I put the orange on it will it act as a dye? is it a dye? Ill be mixing it with a bit of brown to tone down the orange.

Asked by: jocelyn05
This product is a dye. Blue shades will neutralize orange and make your hair look brown.  Use 1 capful of additive for each ounce of color you use. If you have the cream additive, use 1 inch of cream per ounce of color. 
Answered by: Jackie315
Date published: 2020-09-29

I love Ion semi permanent blood orange color but it doesn't last - will the orange additive mixed with 9NN give me the same color I am looking for?

Asked by: Rosanb52
Unfortunately it will not, it may pale in color or change slightly to a more brown color since NN is to neutralize reds and golds maybe try a 9RN instead it might give you a richer darker bright color but will eventually fade into a more blood orange color you want
Answered by: alzielli
Date published: 2020-09-11

Do they have green additives? I don’t  See on website 

Asked by: Kashpan404
Yes 
Answered by: Alex2222
Date published: 2020-11-11

Can I mix these with permanent hair dye? 

Asked by: Bb189000
Yes. It mixes with Chi Ionic Shine Shade. Using color theory, it is used to counteract shades that are in the hair. If your hair has a lot of orange in it from highlighting, you could add blue to neutralize the orange.
Answered by: ByteMe333
Date published: 2020-09-29

What’s the deleloper I use gonna be 

Asked by: Skyebeezy
U can use any really but I use it with 20volume color generator 
Answered by: Ashleymb
Date published: 2020-06-05

To achieve the color of double ash what would I need to do? I see I would want to use 20v developer because I want permanent. I have dark reddish brown hair now with grays framing my face.

Asked by: MommaMalz14
You would buy an ash hair color and then use the green or blue additive with it to make a double ash. If your hair is more on the orangey-brown, use blue. If it’s more red-brown, use green.
Answered by: SaraC816
Date published: 2020-11-30

Exactly what is an additive. Do I have to purchase anything to mix this with.

Asked by: debbyp58
You add a small amount to a bottle of hair dye to shift the tone of it. For example, you can add green  to your normal color to neutralize unwanted red tones.
Answered by: SaraC816
Date published: 2020-12-04
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