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Painting Balayage Lightener Packette

99999 by Wella
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Painting Balayage Lightener Packette

99999 by Wella
SBS-800421
$5.49
Painting Balayage Lightener Packette is rated 3.1 out of 5 by 9.
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  • Clay-based formula allows for painting of the lightener & developer mixture right on the hair Natural, sun-kissed highlights For off-the-scalp application Up to 6 levels of lift No foils needed
    Wella Color Charm Painting is an amonia free balayage lightener that provides up to 6 levels of lift resulting in natural, sun-kissed highlights. The clay based formula, when mixed with the Painting 30 volume dedicated developer, allows the user to paint the lightener & developer mixture right on the hair - no foils necessary. Perfect for Balayage techniques.
  • Use a non-metallic bowl.

     

    Off-scalp application: Mix 1oz of Painting Lightener with 2oz of 30 Volume Painting dedicated developer.

     

    Apply evenly to unwashed hair. If hair has build-up, shampoo one day prior to lightening. Do not shampoo immediately before lightening. Development time depends on the condition of the hair and the desired blonde result. Check hair every 5-10 minutes. Process for up to 50 minutes.

     

    CAUTION: Do not use on eyelashes, eyebrows, facial hair or hair on other parts of the body. Do not use on hair in poor condition. Do not use in a metal mixing bowl. Do not permanently wave the hair immediately before or after lightening. Do not use if the scalp shows abrasions, scratches, or any other abnormal condition. Store in a cool, dry place.

  • Never shampoo before lightening. Perform a strand test before complete application. Always wear gloves.
  • POTASSIUM PERSULFATE, KAOLIN, SODIUM SILICATE, PARAFFINUM, LIQUIDUM/MINERALOIL/OIL/HUILE MINÉRALE, HYDROXYETHYLCELLULOSE, CARBOMER, SODIUM STEARATE, DISODIUM EDTA, XANTHAN GUM, SILICA, AQUA/WATER/EAU.
  • We're sorry, this product cannot ship to the following locations: Quebec

Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not much lift I used this for balayage open air processing as intended with the corresponding developer. Followed the 1:2 ratio, but still thought the formula wasn't thick enough or "toothpaste" like as I wanted. It did dry down to that clay texture but still felt it was a little runny, prone to bleeding for free hand. For black hair, this powder lightener does not provide much of a lift, maybe 3 levels max.
Date published: 2019-04-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from It’s was ok. The way they have it on here makes it look like you are receiving 12 packets. But in reality it’s only one. I have thick hair so I bought about 4 bottles of step 2 and this thinking I’d have plenty but I’d have to order more.
Date published: 2019-04-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from don't buy painting balayage lightener packette didn't work, had to cut my hair all off. turned it orange.
Date published: 2019-03-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from disappointed i purchased this to touch up my grown out balayage, i mixed it correctly with the corresponding developer, keep in mind i have some greys dispersed in my darker brown hair, legit no difference, i left it on for 50 mins , i know Sallys has a love it or return it but i lost the receipt , so I'm just going to write a review, to let others know, save your money, this product absolutely did not work
Date published: 2019-02-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great color Did my hair my own hair I like this product I will recommend
Date published: 2018-09-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lifted pretty well I have dark brown hair and I think it lifted the color quite well. I only left it in for 30 minutes in fear of going too light. Pretty happy with results
Date published: 2018-07-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not enough lift This product doesn't have enough power to lift at least not on hair that is under level 5, it left my hair patchy with yellow and orange color.
Date published: 2018-06-20
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I just had my hair highlighted adding some lowlights a few days ago using the lighteners made by Clairol. Can I safely use this over recently bleached highlights and low lights? Will this leave my Lvl 3/4 roots brassy like reg bleach?

Asked by: Kylie473
Omg your about to mess up your hair and have to go get it professionally redone or colored over with a darker al over color. Yes you can use it on highlighted(bleached) hair depending on how light it already is. If your hair is super light then you could cause irreversable damage. And on the low lights your not going to lighten it much because its freshly colored. You will end up pulling some of the color out but depending on how dark it is you could end up with a funky color. And your roots are at a level so dark that yes with only one bleaching it will turn brassy because you can not lift past the orange undertones in your hair with only one bleaching session, not matter how long you leave it on. You can however tone the color to cut brass out. Toner will be your best friend. And dont put it on hour roots or you will have hot roots. If you do use it on.roots use a demi level 9 ash to cut out brass. Demi will not cause hot roots. You have so many diffent elements to address on your hair that if you dont understand color you will cause a bigger problem. Go on youtube and watch ellebangs youtube tutorials on color theory before you do your hair. Watch understanding color levels and toning. You need to know underlying pigments and what level your hair needs to be.
Answered by: Jessj611
Date published: 2019-02-13

Can I use this with any kind of developer? Can it be a different brand developer other than the wella developer?

Asked by: MSelenaa
Yes you can. The peroxide percent is equivalent for any 10, 20 30 40 vol. Product lines do however use ingredients meant to enhance end result when used together. But if you have salon care 20 vol at home, it isnt necesssry to also use Wella 20....unless the other developer has been under the sink for 1 yr or 3?
Answered by: Meldog333
Date published: 2019-02-13

So i dyed my hair with the ash blonde hair and used the developer but the color didn’t turn out to be the ash blonde i wanted, i figured i needed the bleach. So to get the color i want, how do i start the process of adding in the bleach?

Asked by: Alisha123456
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