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Kaleidocolors Clear Ice Powder Lightener Tub

Kaleidocolors Clear Ice Powder Lightener Tub

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SBS-320975

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Size: 8 fl. oz. |
Quantity: One |

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  • $14.99

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  • Ideal for balayage and highlights
  • Lightener for all hair colors
  • Lightens hair up to 6 levels

Clairol Professional(R) Kaleidocolors Clear Ice is a clay-based tonal powder lightener for use on all hair colors. Ideal for balayage and highlights. Lightens hair up to 6 levels. MIXING RATIO: 1:2 with 20 Vol Clairol Professional(R) Crème Permanente Developer DO NOT USE HEAT

Kaleidocolors Clear Ice Powder Lightener Tub is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Seriously, buy this My hair tends to pull orange tones. I have been trying to achieve light brown from black hair for years but give up because I can never get past the orange stage without damage. This clay bleach seriously worked wonders in my hair. I now have somewhat healthy light brown hair. Couldn’t be happier.
Date published: 2019-01-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from If u wanna lift by 1 - this is for u Worst mistake ever... I bought it- literally lifted by 1 step... I thought I was being pranked or someone switched the powder I don’t know but this was a joke... I went and bought the quick blue and bam- worked like magic
Date published: 2019-01-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great I bought this today and did my hair just the color I wanted would recommend and will be useing this from now on
Date published: 2018-10-30
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I have short light brown.I want very few blonde highlights.need something easy too do myself.what do I need

Asked by: Debbiemay
Get this product purchase their ion dual booster and get a 30 developer. You must put the booster in the mix
Answered by: Marleeeeeeene
Date published: 2019-01-27

Can i use this to bleach my hair and then dye my hair a peachy color?

Asked by: Bubbz135
I'm not familiar with kaleidocolors being regular bleach but if it is test it first to see what color your hair turns after using the kaleidocolors if it turns a natural blond or even better Platinum then you are safe to mix either a rose gold as a toner or an orange and a pink vivid combo to make a coral. I've tried both ways and the Vivid combo makes it turn more of an Orange almost too loud of a color that resembles Coral but is not soft and subtle like a peach. I suggest that you use rose gold. it works the best for peach colors. If you do not have rose gold you can use rose copper and only apply to dry hair with 10-volume developer for just a very few minutes or it will turn dark orange copper. if you allow it to sit for just a minute or two it will turn into a lovely peach color that's even prettier than the rose gold and it's full process. I know all of this because I have done it through trial and error if your to accidentally mess up the color and make it too strong used Malibu and sit underneath the dryer for as long as you can stand it. It will pull the color out but whatever you do don't bleach it again or you might go bald. As long as you are watching the clock as if your hair being timed under the color was a cake that you were keeping an eye on then you will be fine just pretend that your head will burn if it's neglected just like a cake. the best way to add color after bleach is two-tone rather than die on top. if you have anymore questions you can message me on my Facebook business page called All About Hair by Amanda Hale. I love answering questions like this as I have had many of my own and will continue to ask questions until I die and still remain unknown to all of the world's questions. all we can do is learn as much as we can while we're here. After you try this will you send me a picture? good luck it will look good :-)
Answered by: AmandaMarvin02
Date published: 2019-01-02

In the directions it says don’t use on previously lightened hair, but I’d like to bleach my hair in stages so I’d need to go over previously lightened hair... I have medium brown hair and I’d like to bleach my hair with this using 10 vol every 3-4 weeks.

Asked by: Heidi Barn
If the previously lightened hair is still too dark, it's fine to go over it again as long as the condition of the hair is still good. Keep in mind that the new growth will be darker still and require a higher volume than 10 if you hope to get it all to match.
Answered by: Nolajamieingap
Date published: 2018-12-20

What color is it

Asked by: Jakeshgreen
Blue powdered but turn your hair the color you want 
Answered by: Keal1984
Date published: 2018-10-30

Hi I'm a brunette wanting to lighten my hair a little for permanent purple hair color what will happen to my brown hair

Asked by: Mouseybrown
It’ll turn like and pegue blonde the if you use artic fox purple your hair will turn out super nice and vibrant 
Answered by: Yasmínfg
Date published: 2018-08-21

Does kaleidocolor come in the small pouches?

Asked by: Tawilika
yes
Answered by: tkkro0507
Date published: 2018-08-13

I've previously blechead my hair 2 months ago is this safe to use although it says do not overlap previously lightened hair or do they mean don't go over right after dying your hair with it

Asked by: Danicamk

Does anyone know if this works on black hair?

Asked by: stacyjcr
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