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Ammonia Free Lightener

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Ammonia Free Lightener

933 by Ion
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Ammonia Free Lightener is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 17.
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  • Suitable for all application techniques both on and off the scalp Enriched with moisture-rich silk protein
    ion Color Brilliance Ammonia Free Lightener is enriched with moisture-rich silk protein for added keratin protection during decolorizing. Suitable for all application techniques both on and off the scalp.
  • Depending on the desired degree of lightening and consistency, mix with ion Sensitive Scalp Crème Developers 10 Vol., 20 Vol., 30 Vol., or 40 Vol., in a ration of 1:1 up to 1:2 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 50 minutes. Rinse thoroughly and lightly shampoo.

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works Great! I have actually been using this powder bleach for several months and I will continue using it. This bleach is affordable and works well. I have used it many times as i do my hair quite often. It lifts great and also helps a little with the brassy and yellow tones. Obviously, it does not completely get rid of the brass/yellow, but it can help to an extent. I think for the price and it's performance, definitely worth a try!
Date published: 2018-08-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent No Ammonia Blue Bleach You will love this no ammonia blue bleach. Lifts beautifully without brass.
Date published: 2018-06-05
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How big is this? And how many uses can I get out of this?

Asked by: Mykiethunderr
It’s one pound. You get the same number of uses as any other 1 lb. tub. That depends on how much you use in each service. I love this bleach because of no bleach odor. It’s great for highlights and foils. In fact, it’s my favorite!
Answered by: Hairdolady
Date published: 2019-05-20

Looking at the Ion Color Brilliance Ammonia free bleach and wanted to know : What else do I need to use this product

Asked by: Nancy51M
using 20 or 30 volume developer! whatever is best for your hair, do your research 
Answered by: Mykiethunder
Date published: 2019-05-13

How did you measure this lightener? It didn’t come with a scoop..

Asked by: lydia816
eye measurements⁰
Answered by: mamabunz
Date published: 2019-04-17

Is this a violet or blue bleach powder? I've read that blue takes out orange and violet takes out yellow. I've already used a tub of blue with 30 dev. Now that my hair is yellowish I'm wondering if this will take out most of the yellow tones.

Asked by: DaisyC1025
Hi! If you’ve already lightened your hair then I would suggest a violet toner to take out the yellow tones without doing extensive damage (: but the powder itself it purple.
Answered by: Allybally123
Date published: 2019-04-11

I have a lot of hair (curly and thick) and usually put around 6 ion hair box to dye my whole head. I want to bleach my hair will I be good with just one bottle?

Asked by: CurlyGirl1997
I would say yes. You will also need an equal amount of developer.
Answered by: SouthernBeauty
Date published: 2019-04-06

I have been coloring my hair every color under the rainbow for the past 5 or 6 years. I have been trying to find bleaches the help remove super vibrant color and will not fry. Natural color is brown to dark brown. Will this work?

Asked by: Greenstar
what are you rainbowing with? If you've used "direct dyes", colors which do not get mixed with developer, then your best bet is blank canvas (not sold by sally's) or Pravana 000 with 20 volume peroxide (see amazon or walmart) 25 plus years licensed stylist. If you have used oxidative color- coloars that do use devolopers then the Pravana color extractor is amazing as well. (Sorry sally's) They do sell several color removers like the one from BTZ which works pretty well. Also grab yourself some Aphogee two part repair packets that stuff does miracles
Answered by: Samantha2
Date published: 2019-02-24

I recently bleached and dyed my hair blonde and I love it but I would love to go alot lighter without bleaching it again will this help?

Asked by: Spacebee
This is a bleach, just without ammonia. It works exactly like bleach, less harm to hair, better fragrance. I use this exclusively for bleaching. For on the scalp, I would use 20 vol developer. 
Answered by: Hairdolady
Date published: 2019-02-02

I've been coloring my hair with 3N (hoping for a chocolate brown) for a few years, applying to my entire hair every time instead of just the roots. Now it's completely black and overprocessed. Will this help lift it back to brown? How soon can I re-color?

Asked by: AmeliaDavis
Hi! I would advise trying a hair color remover product before opting to use lightener. On dark Hair if you use lightener (bleach) it could go extremely orange and brassy.. not to mention it will become very dry and damaged! Bleach is very damaging to the hair and I only use it when lifting my hair before dying it fun colors (my hair is purple). Use caution and be careful! Hope you get your hair how you want it!
Answered by: Allybally123
Date published: 2019-01-16
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