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Balayage Lightening Powder

by Blond Brilliance
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Balayage Lightening Powder

by Blond Brilliance
SBS-550208
$4.79

Balayage Lightening Powder is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 16.
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  • For use on natural or color treated hair Enriched with clay compound Up to 7 levels of Lift Precise, stays put

    The formula provides the optimal consistency and saturation for hair painting. Up to 7 levels of lift on natural or previously color treated hair. Unique formulation containing clay compounds that allows the mixture to stay moist and in place. Hand painted highlighting has never been easier.

     

    Following Blond Brilliance Balayage Lightening Powder with our Ammonia Free Perfect Blond Toners or the Perfect Blond Anti Yellow Creme Toner Kit for the ultimate Blond Experience.

  • Depending on the desired degree of lightening and consistency, mix with Blond Brilliance™ Creme Oil Infusion 5 volume, 15 volume, 25 volume or 35 volume developer in a ratio of 1: 1 up to 1: 2 in a non-metallic bowl. When applying directly to the scalp, do not exceed 15 volume 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.

  • Test stranding is necessary to determining processing time to achieve desired results. Check the strand every 10-15 minutes during the test. Do not exceed 50 minutes of processing time. Rinse if desired results are achieved prior to the maximum timing.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect platinum I have very dark hair naturally, this is the only bleach that lifts from shade 1 to platinum in one bleaching. I do not get brassy or have breakage, my favorite bleach!
Date published: 2019-04-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The product The best product ever. No burning gets my hair to the lightest it can be.
Date published: 2019-01-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst Ever I’ve been going my own color and it lightening/ highlights for a long time. I thought I would try this product (new to me) as it sounded like the oils in it would be less damaging. Very unhappy with my results. Thank goodness I did test areas on my bangs instead of my whole head. The directions say 1:1 or 1:2 ratios for the powder and developer. I tried both- 1:1 had barely any lightening and it wasn’t a nice color at all. 1:2 was worse - it lightened, but to a copper orange. I’m medium to dark blond and it supposedly works on colored hair. This is going back for a refund. I’ve had better results with boxed hair color and 20v developers - I bought the 35 for this and UGH. Awful.
Date published: 2018-09-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fast! Not 15 minutes after putting this into my hair, it had already changed.... Very satisfied with that aspect. I've never seen my hair change so quickly. My natural hair is brown/black. I had a little bit of left over bleached hair from last October. I used one package with 35 developer. My hair is chin length. One shower later Light copper tone as I expected. But over all exactly where I wanted it to be.... If you're planning on going blonde blonde make sure and use a brush (I used my hands) for a thorough bleaching. I however am going a golden brown color. So I'm good where I'm at ;) .. BEST OF LUCK!
Date published: 2018-07-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from will lift all the way to platinum i have naturally black/brown hair and blonde brilliance worked amazing to lift my hair to the blonde i wanted. you must use their developer though! do not try with other developers, it will not work. i also like that their developer is oil based with coconut oil. helps minimize the damage. i used the 25 and it was a little strong but worked perfect. don't leave on longer than what it instructs. i really didn't need a toner after but i may try out their platinum toner to give a little bit of silver in the tips.
Date published: 2018-04-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works well on virgin hair This product works well on virgin hair. I have super dark brown hair, and it works well with lifting my virgin roots. I tried using it to go over some orange and yellow pieces on my hair that a hair stylist messed up, and my hair didn’t change a shade. I recommend This for people wanting to go blonde with virgin. I wouldn’t use this for already colored hair.
Date published: 2018-01-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Blonde My Hair Will Be Too Black and Grey................
Date published: 2017-12-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Won't purchase again. I was happy when I finally saw balayage at sally's but after using this product I hope more comes out. This product has inconsistent lift, a difficult texture to work with, and destroyed some of my hair. I definitely recommend you do not leave it on longer than it says as the max amount, even if it hasn't lifted. Even when following the time instruction I don't like the texture it left my hair in.
Date published: 2017-04-29
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I bought the lightening powder and a different brand of developer call Ion sensitive scalp 30 vol. bright white developer, the guy at the store told me to get it. Will it still work with a different developer? And how much of it should I use? It’s 120 mL.

Asked by: Ashlyn20
Yes it will work, do a test stand. I slowly mix the developer into the lighting powder well until it’s a consistency of sour cream.  Lighten up you are beautiful ❤️
Answered by: Timnjette
Date published: 2019-07-22

I bought the Blond Brilliance Balayage Highlighting Kit and it didn't come with instructions. Is it supposed to? Can you email me the instructions?

Asked by: Kaitlinb
Hi. Ive been doing hair for ever so i didnt need help but uts simple. Its a paint on style you sont need foils if u choose u just paint it on where u like and thats it i do use foil toward the end just to get the heat
Answered by: Boobear777
Date published: 2018-10-20

The girl at sally's told me to blow air on my hair while the bleach is in for a better effect, is this true? Or maybe it was the toner?

Asked by: Andrea24
Not true! It wouldn’t be possible getting an even amount of air... my suggestions to you are if you are bleaching stay away from direct air conditioning it can slow down the process.....
Answered by: LuLu54321
Date published: 2018-06-29

How do you use bayalage lightning powder?

Asked by: Gail5630
I use it to do a double process on my own hair, it really is the best lift, very little brass and my hair feels amazing. I tone with Wella Toner T11 with 20 volume and it looks great.
Answered by: Oohlokitzmee
Date published: 2019-04-12

Looks like there are total opposite opinions of this lightener. This might be why... When using Blond Brilliance Balayage lightening powder, is it best to use their special devoloper (if so, why??) or can you use any brand devoloper for the same results?

Asked by: Holliwoodc
Yes!!! Their developer is created specifically for their bleach. I did an experiment on 2 strips of my hair, first using their lightening powder with My regular 40 volume developer, second, did a strip using their lightening powder and their developer.. the second worked really well. It is a bit inconsistent, but if I'd worked with thinner pieces I probably wouldn't have had that issue. Even over my ends, (which have been bleached, redyed a level 6, then bleached again,) there was no damage. Looking forward to trying my whole head in a few minutes!
Answered by: Tiffany44
Date published: 2018-08-28

What's the best protein system to use before bleaching heavy hilites

Asked by: Sheacool
You could try Sally Ion Repare Reconstructive treatments. I use the one with the red bottle and the Repare moisturizing conditioner. They also have silver packets for intense protein repair for extreme damaged hair due to chemical processed.
Answered by: Aaisha1594
Date published: 2017-08-19

I want to do a bleach wash is this a good product to use?

Asked by: Ashie0126
No. Balayage bleaches are super thick in texture. Unless you dilute it with extra developer. Try using regular bleach and dilute it to a foamy consistency, not too thick, and leave it for about 15-20 mins max. This will lift you to a caramel beach light brown. If It's too dark still, you can repeat this process after 2-3 weeks. To prevent damage I use the Ion protecting treatment. You add this to your bleach and works similar to Olaplex, but way cheaper.
Answered by: Aaisha1594
Date published: 2017-10-16

I am wanting a balayage, but do not know which developer or powder to mix to get my dark brown hair strands to about a caramel without damaging it. What can be recommended?

Asked by: Carolina20
Is your hair dyed? If so you will have to strip the color out 1st. Bleaching, dyeing, applying heat to your hair will always cause damage. 40 vol depending on the condition of your hair will lighten you the most but is the most damaging, 30 will lift you 3-4 levels depending on the condition of your hair, 20 vol will lift you 2-3 levels, and 10 1-2 levels. When you say dark brown what level there's 1-5. My natural hair is almost black level 2 dark brown. You should see a professional, but if you insist on doing this yourself start with 20. Know that to achieve the results you want you will have to lighten to a level 8 and the slather on a demi color to neutralize and balance the hair color. Study this before going forward, try patch testing. Goodluck
Answered by: Layla Mahmood
Date published: 2019-05-17
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