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Painting Balayage Lightener Packette

1191 by Wella
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Painting Balayage Lightener Packette

1191 by Wella
SBS-800421
$5.49

Painting Balayage Lightener Packette is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 273.
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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 1 out of 5 by from Dried my hair out more than it bleached it It dried my hair out more than it bleached it... I even covered each section and left it on for more than 40 minutes. I'm strawberry blonde and it lifted maybe 1 shade in the areas that its even noticable. Very disappointed in this product. I have shoulder-length hair and used up the entire product. Also, it was not easy to make a nice blend in the hair for balayage. I also used pale ash blonde T14 toner afterwards. Blue shirt is before, pink shirt is after.
Date published: 2019-08-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So easy! I received this complimentary from Influenster and I love the entire system it brightened up my ombré hair drastically without too much damage and was super easy to do myself
Date published: 2019-05-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Love concept When I first received the balyage kit I was excited to try out.It came with the color tango toner in the color creme brulee and color charm. Now this was my first time dying my hair with these kinds of products. Now I usually get the regular box that's one solid color. I like the ide and concept from this system but; didnt like that it came with no instructions in the box which I think is a con because I dont want to burn or damage my hair. Also there is bleach involved and I have NEVER bleached my hair. So I was very scared to use it on my hair. And another thing is since I use another brand of hair dye my hair was faded so the the toner wasn't enough for me and would have need another box. The quality was good but dont think it's for me. I would recommend to people who have already dyed there hair before. *Received these products complementary for testing purposes and honest review.
Date published: 2019-05-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Super easy to use! So for sure nervous to try to lighten my own hair. This system is super easy to do and use. Just mix apply and wait the amount of time for the desired lightening you're looking for.
Date published: 2019-05-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing toned results I was so unsure about doing the Balayage system from home, but I am so glad I did; it was SO easy, I used no foil and got excellent natural looking results. I received this product complimentary for review purposes.
Date published: 2019-05-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Mess free I got this and I've never done my own hair but I thought how hard could it be? Not hard at all! was practically mess free didn't bleach anything but my hair. It is a clay based product so it doesn't expand as fast as other products and it lifted my hair really well.
Date published: 2019-05-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great! This works well and was pretty easy to apply. I received this free for testing and was very pleased with the results!
Date published: 2019-05-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Product This is a great product for the person that’s doesn’t want to spend hours in a hair salon. I was a little nervous at first because I had never used this product before but it turned out amazing. This product was sent to me for free for testing purposes only.
Date published: 2019-05-05
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I want to get ash brown balayage. I have dark brown hair . How can I get that color?

Asked by: Rodri214
This kit won't do that. It will lighten your current color to natural looking highlights of that shade type, the lightness depending on the amount of time you leave it in. To achieve the ash color you're hoping for, you'll need to find that color and a developer (probably 20 or 30 developer, depending on how dark your hair is and how light you want to go). You'll then use the balayage technique (painting it in and foils), but what you're actually wanting is highlights, if it's changing the tone of the hair, not balayage.
Answered by: Rach0077
Date published: 2019-09-15

I’m trying to achieve a look with brown auburn and blonde what would be the best dyes and would I need a lighter if I have dark hair 

Asked by: kaisenmom
You don't say how dark your natural hair is. If it's black or colored black you would definitely would need to bleach all of your hair. If it's brown, the places where you want to paint blonde will need to be bleached. The auburn will give you nice red tones over brown hair. With the lightening packet you will need to mix with a developer. 30 volume will lift about 2-4 shades. You may have to lighten it more than one time. I prefer the ION colors. They seem to be true to the color stated on the box. Note 1: Your hair needs to be in excellent condition to a complete this look. Use a good conditioner 2-3 times/week for a couple of weeks ahead. Note 2: This is a complex process and if you are not completely comfortable doing this at home, it might be best to go to a professional. Good luck!
Answered by: Belwalker
Date published: 2019-09-11

Does this have bleach in it or any other chemicals that damage hair?

Asked by: 139msc139
Yes.  Using a 5, I lifted over 5 levels.  Growth stunted in area where hair remainedZ
Answered by: Imjustsaying
Date published: 2019-08-13

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

I have not colored my hair in over 5 years. My natural hair color, dark brown, is now completely grown out. I love that my hair is soft and shiny but I'm getting bored with it. Is this product safe to use on basically virgin hair?

Asked by: katmoon24

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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