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Kaleidocolors Blue Powder Lightener

by Clairol Professional
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Kaleidocolors Blue Powder Lightener

by Clairol Professional
SBS-320964
$16.29

Kaleidocolors Blue Powder Lightener is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 208.
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  • Ideal for dark brown to light blonde hair Lightens and tones in one easy step Enriched with moisturizing aloe vera Gives healthy-looking highlights Works within 10 minutes
    Clairol Kaleidocolors Powder Lightener puts the quick-and-easy into highlighting and all special effects techniques. Create cool or warm tonality as you lighten. Lightens and tones in only 10 minutes. Lightens up to 5 levels and adds neutral/beige tones. Enriched with moisturizing aloe vera. Ideal for dark brown to light blonde hair.

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  • Mixing: Mix 4 level scoops of Kaleidocolors with 2 oz. 10 or 20-volume developer. Apply where highlights are wanted. Leave on up to 10 minutes. For relaxed, permed or porous hair, use 10 Volume Pure White Developer. Use any off-the-scalp application. Timing: Pre-heat dryer. Cover head with plastic cap. Process up to 10 minutes. Rinse, shampoo, condition and style.

     

    Caution: When opening canister, hold away from face and avoid inhaling contents. For professional use Only. Read all directions before opening and use.

  • For best results, pre-heat dryer and cover head with plastic cap.
  • We're sorry, this product cannot ship to the following locations: Quebec

Rated 3 out of 5 by from It's Okay It lightens, but not nearly as quick as Prism Lites Blue. And not as efficient.
Date published: 2020-10-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from did almost nothing i used this and the Clarirol Pure White 20vol developer and it hardly did any lifting. my roots came out yellow and the rest of my hair was orange. was it because my hair was previously died and faded to dark brown? maybe, but if thats the case it should say that it should be used for virgin hair.
Date published: 2020-08-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from lift and tone in one simple application Lightened my hair to a soft grey. No yellow. Built in toner is great.
Date published: 2020-08-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not the same results I have used this for years but it is not the same now. My hair had a green tint once and pink the next time. What has changed??
Date published: 2020-08-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Lightens but messy Too powdery when applied to the hair. It does what it says its going to do. So you get what you pay for. Not the worst I've ever used.
Date published: 2020-08-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Worked great for what I needed but some burns Used this to lighten my lvl 4/3 hair so that I can go red. I only used 20v bleach because I needed to do on scalp application. I have a lot of long hair so I used the entire tub in 1 application. My hair lightened but is still definitely orangey (which is fine for me). My hair itself feels pretty okay and not super dry, however my scalp is a bit damaged and sore even though I only let it sit 20 minutes. I would suggest going with a different lightening powder if you are planning to do on scalp application. Good lightening power for dark hair though.
Date published: 2020-08-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great value for the amount of product There’s more than enough bleach to last a year for touch ups & such. Great deal overall!
Date published: 2020-08-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Natural Black hair I have really dark black hair naturally and it took me about 6 times to bleach it to a level 8, my hair wasn't damaged but it was more dry than before. I would definitely recommend to someone with dark brown hair.
Date published: 2020-08-06
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The back of my tub says to add 1 oz powder to 2 oz developer and NOT to use heat. So which is it while i sit here and ruin my hair??

Asked by: Julie111
I have dark brown hair so I use a blow dryer to heat mine up so it will speed the process up everytime 
Answered by: Boogiemanrl
Date published: 2020-07-25

HELP!!!!! This turned some of my my blonder parts a light blue I cannot get out. How can I get this blue tinge out of part of my hair ! Now I have coppery roots, baby blue streaks on top front and a perfect shade of blonde from the middle down. 

Asked by: Crystals hair biff
instead of shimmer light shampoo I use reg shampoo and it takes the blue out works for me kaladacolor is all I have ever used have all the colors
Answered by: marsha 51
Date published: 2020-07-14

The clerk said to get a bleach to use with the toner, how do I use it with the Icy Blue Kaleidocolor?

Asked by: lc4alabama
Blue kaleidocolor is a bleach and toner together already.  Kaleidocolor is only mixed with a developer. 20 vol is a general good level of developer to use. Probably wit hair a level 6 or darker use a higher developer level (30-40)     Blue kaleidocolor works great to tone unwanted orange that appears as darker hair is lightened.  Allowing hair to be lightened and toned in a one step process.     Remember kaleidocolor is bleach and toner premixed to lighten and control tone of blonde. Blue controls gold orange. 
Answered by: Deeeeeeeee
Date published: 2020-07-13

Do you have yellow neutral

Asked by: Laura Edgerly
They used to carry a yellow neutral, haven't seen it in years
Answered by: DebiMike 44
Date published: 2020-06-14

My hair on top is gray and white and the rest is dark brown. I would like to get it all gray with some ice blue what can I do and use. Thank you

Asked by: Rhinobaby
For the dark brown kolidacolors can work nice. If you have orange/tens under tones use the blue kolidacolors. With 30 vol. Off the scalp. Depending on if natural or pre colored hair might take 2 times to lift. If pre color clarifying shampoo/bleach scrub. To get color out
Answered by: Chelancolor87
Date published: 2020-05-21

Can I use 40 volume cream peroxide ?

Asked by: Bonbon62
Yes you can, it just takes longer to process. I like using 20 volume.
Answered by: Tinker100
Date published: 2020-08-12

Do i have to sit under a dryer with kalidocolors

Asked by: Sharonslatt
It all depends on how many levels you are lifting and the volume developer you are using. I never use heat with Kaleidocolors when I use 20 volume developer. It lifts in 35-40 min.
Answered by: Sick of Orange Hair
Date published: 2020-07-14

i just received this bleach from the mail amd i was planning on dyeing my whole head blonde. I just noticed that it said off scalp application.  Can i still use this product on my scalp?

Asked by: Elizabeth27226
Personally I've done it on scalp but it will burn and itch, but be careful on how long you leave it on because yes the longer it's on the lighter it will be but if you're going from a dark to light color you are also going to need toner and patience as it would take a couple of bleachings.
Answered by: Celodight
Date published: 2020-06-12
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