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Quick Blue High Performance Powder Lightener

1201 by L'Oreal
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Quick Blue High Performance Powder Lightener

1201 by L'Oreal

Quick Blue High Performance Powder Lightener is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 236.
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  • Delivers faster and brighter superior lightening powder Extra strength lightening action lifts up to 7 levels Dust-free, non-drip concentrated formula Easy on-scalp or off-scalp application Stays moist and creamy

    L'Oreal Quick Blue High-Performance Powder Lightener is a new dust-free formula that provides brighter and superior lightening results faster. Its concentrated formula is smoother with a non-drip consistency that delivers more precise, controlled application. This powder lightener lifts up to seven levels and will achieve various effects, from the very subtle highlights all the way to global sheerest platinum, in one simple application


    L'Oreal Quick Blue High-Performance Powder Lightener stays moist and creamy throughout application and processing, so there is no remixing needed during application. Provides maximum versatility for professional on-scalp & off- scalp highlighting techniques.

  • Read instructions carefully before using L'Oreal Quick Blue High Performance Powder Lightener. For professional use.
  • Quick, controlled Lightening action in a dust-free concentrated formula. Now for on and off scalp application
  • We're sorry, this product cannot ship to the following locations: Quebec

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Help My hair color is a jet black & i want to dye it burgundy would this work?
Date published: 2019-11-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Started out good BUT....!! So I first bought this I wanna say 6-8 months ago. It worked PERFECTLY the first time. I had some issues with it not fully mixing with the developer, but I’ve managed. Now that it’s my third separate time using the same bucket I feel that it’s great for when you need a thick, long hair one time MAYBE two use time bleach but it doesn’t work well the longer it’s been opened. I would not suggest it.
Date published: 2019-11-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Quantity There should be more inside the container than what they give.
Date published: 2019-11-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Highly recommend Works great with very dark hair. Does not irritate scalp like other products do.
Date published: 2019-11-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hair bleaching First time using this bleach and I feel like it worked really well.
Date published: 2019-11-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Lightener, if you heed all precautions. I used other brands of lightener in the past for years and decided on this brand instead back in April after reading reviews on blogs and another shopping website and watching videos specific to Quick Blue. It definitely does what it claims to do and lightens up to 7 levels. That said, your own results may vary. Please take ALL necessary precautions and safety measures, including skin and strand tests!! Your level of experience with bleach/lightener is not a guarantee that this product is perfect for you. Only tests can provide that guarantee. My natural level hair is between 3 and 4 (I have literally cut a piece off to compare my natural level to hair swatches in the past). I've been coloring my hair for over 20 years, including highlights (foils, painting), and have tried every color level from 2 to 11. I've tried both professional and drug store products, and I know what success and irreparable failure looks like on hair. I've lightened my hair up to level 10-11 in the past with other brands, and as expected, it took a few "sessions" to get there from both my natural dark level 3-4 and from drugstore box colors. I used Quick Blue recently with a 40 developer at a 1:1 solution, bowl and brush paste, on my hair that is down to my waist. I DO NOT RECOMMEND anyone attempt that solution WITHOUT YEARS OF EXPERIENCE, RESEARCH, AND KNOWING YOUR HAIR AND SKIN REACTIONS! I do know my hair well, and I was in a hurry while lifting from around a *dark* level 5NN. I did follow instructions exactly as recommended for this solution on the packaging provided. Quick Blue absolutely lifted my hair from that dark 5NN to around a level 8 within approximately 30 minutes. Even at the thick paste consistency I used it at, it never failed to spread with the brush. It did dry out some on portions of my hair I started on before I finished my entire head, but I have waist-long, thick, course, Latin hair. It did sting my head some in places due to the 40 cream developer, but nothing that a little scalp treatment couldn't fix. My hair did, however, come out very, very blotchy and very brassy of course due to the shortcuts. I ended up with level 8 in some places (mostly my scalp and other places which is about 15-20% grey), and level 7 in other places along the mid-shaft). I had to be somewhere important the next day, and my level 7 Ash hair color "schedule" would not fix the brass (nor a purple shampoo) "available spots". The blue toning of Quick Blue only seems to affect hair level 6 and above. So yeah. Horrible My blotchy results with Quick Blue's isn't the product's fault, but rather the result of years using a highly pigmented different brand of color (not box color). I just bought my second tub of Quick Blue last night and I am very much looking forward to the process of color-correcting my hair with a much weaker 1:3 solution of Quick Blue and 20 Volume Clear Developer, which will produce a runnier solution that is easier to control and touch up during the process. Normally I use 20 Volume Cream Developer and Lightener at a 1:2 solution for my root touch ups and foil highlights for a "regular yogurt" (not thick yogurt) consistency with a bowl and brush. But because I am lightening my whole head of long hair, a slightly weaker and runnier solution of Quick Blue will win the race slow and steady, with time for touch-ups on dark spots in between and saving the scalp application for last. Over all, I'm highly satisfied with the performance of Quick Blue. I think it has out-performed some other in-store brands I've tried in the past in favor of speed and efficiency. But just like ANY lightener, it needs babysitting. I also HIGHLY recommend a couple deep-conditioning treatments, even overnight oil treatments after using Quick Blue at home, as it is very drying without a bonding agent added to the lightening solution. If you do use protein fillers or bonding agents, using these do dilute the lightening solution, but not that much.
Date published: 2019-10-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good product This bleach works really good. My roots didn't get as light as they usually do, but it was fixable with toner.
Date published: 2019-09-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good product Good product works really well clean smooth texture.
Date published: 2019-09-04
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My hair is medium brown.I want it to dye it platinum blonde underneath what all do i need?& how much do i mix?

Asked by: Liz1010 0
Maybe try this and 30+ developer? But it may take one or 2 attempts to lift the color. You definitely will need purple shampoo to lighten it I would think and take brass color out
Answered by: Alli1008
Date published: 2019-11-24

my hair is joyed jet black box dye and i want to go dark brown should i bleach my hair with a 20 developer ??

Asked by: marieann
20 vol will work since you wont be needing to go all the way to blonde
Answered by: Sophiajl
Date published: 2019-11-21

I have been using black box dye for years and I am thinking of bleaching my hair light enough to dye it a blue or something. What developer should I use and how many times would I need to bleach it to get it light enough? Would it be brassy?

Asked by: reanna2000
I would do a double process especially with black box dye. And I would also think about a bonding agent (something like Olaplex™) starting with a 30vol cream developer, and doing the roots last. Then rinse, assess and follow with 2nd application using 10-20vol developer+bonder avoiding roots/regrowth Until the last 5 mins I push it throught entire head then rinse and follow with 1-2 deep conditioning (keratin) treatments before putting any bright color on top
Answered by: TLWR1995
Date published: 2019-11-16

Does this product need DEVELOPER?

Asked by: Kat945101
yes this is used at a one to one ratio. I recommend 20 volume developer. 
Answered by: LexFerraro
Date published: 2019-11-06

Will this bleach strip off my blue greenish hair color? 

Asked by: Jenny1999
As far as my experience and my niece is a hairdresser that this is bleach and highlights my brown hair so I would say yes it will but not absolutely sure although makes sense that it would .. hope this helped:)
Answered by: Charlottekay
Date published: 2019-10-03

i am looking to lighten my hair alot to like almost a pllatnum but it dont want to damage it because i am looking to color it different colors after that. it is a dark alburn dark brown i havent colored it in avery long time would this be a good choice?

Asked by: fbd88oou
I’ve been using this in my daughter with 20 developer and it’s orangish the first time around and blond the second time around. Hair won’t get damaged if u put conditioner on after and leave it in for 10 to whatever minutes it says on directions. It’s a great product. Make sure you don’t get it in your clothe or anything u don’t want damaged. 
Answered by: Peace111
Date published: 2019-09-10

Will this product bleach naturally red hair and black hair as well. 

Asked by: Jewel and max
Yes! Use 40 volume developer for optimal lightning & check foils every 15 minutes for desired level.
Answered by: Nolajamieingap
Date published: 2019-07-18

i have dark brown hair. I have previously colored my hair purple. I tried box bleach and now I have patches of dark brown and pinkish. Will it lift out the brown and the pinkish to blonde?

Asked by: Jypsie39
Yes it will. But if you hair has been that chemically compromised. You will need to bleach you hair to get the lift you want in sections and only the patches with the right developer. Do not use a 40 or 30 developer your hair will break off. Or end up like cotton since you have already used a bleaching product before.
Answered by: Dakatzmeowbayb
Date published: 2019-07-17
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