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Quick Blue by L'Oreal

Quick Blue High Performance Powder Lightener

1 LB |  Item SBS-500516

What is it?

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.

What makes it special?
  • 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
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

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very strong It was very strong lightened dark hair immediately. I made the mistake of applying too slowly and was left on way too long which ended up frying my hair but overall if there weren’t user errors great product
Date published: 2021-01-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Did exactly what I wanted. It did exactly what I wanted it to. It bleached the brown out of my hair so easy. I had green which turned to a pale blue but it made it easier to test what purple would look like.
Date published: 2020-12-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Very Best This is the only lightener I trust to gently lighten my and my daughter's hair. It's fantastic! I've tried a lot of lighteners and this is by far the very best. It lightens very fast and my hair is very soft after the processing (I use a deep conditioner also).
Date published: 2020-12-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from dry and damaging dries your hair really quick if you don’t work fast enough
Date published: 2020-12-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked great! I used this on my dark brown hair and in two uses I had platinum-colored blonde hair. It did not burn my skin/scalp now did it ruin my hair despite using it twice and lightening so much.
Date published: 2020-12-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lightens even with 20 vol Best bleach ever, lightens no matter what with little damage
Date published: 2020-12-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great!! Perfect Product! This was great for at home bleaching.
Date published: 2020-12-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great Meet expectations , works like it says. Grandson liked it.
Date published: 2020-12-18
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I have long dark brown curly hair with highlights that turned brassy and I'm wantting to go blonde help please

Asked by: Katie8718
So depending on how dark the brassiness is, you may want to lighten again. Also look into toners as they can help with brassiness. For professional advice on this product please contact the L'Oreal Help Line (800) 345-5014. Hotlines are open from 9AM - 5PM EST, Monday-Friday.
Answered by: Sally Staffer1
Date published: 2020-12-23

hi i have had jet black hair for three years. two weeks ago I tried to bleach my hair with Beyon the zone color removal and then with color oops and it didn't work. I want to change my hair to light brown, ¿what can I do?

Asked by: 2020marie
Black hair color is very resistant to non chemical hair removers. You can use lightener with developer to lighten your hair to a level close to the light brown that you are thinking and then follow up with hair color, mixed with the appropriate developer, to deposit the desired shade of light brown to your lightened hair. If you are unsure of the amounts of lightener to developer ratios you can purchase on of our lightening kits where everything is measured for you. Follow up with deep conditioning hair care treatments and bond treatments for lightened hair after lightening and coloring.
Answered by: Sally Staffer1
Date published: 2020-11-11

Purchased L'Oreal Quick Blue, 30 CHI, wellaT18 Toner , wella 20 . Have never bleached before. No color for past 3 months light grey roots med brown hair with sun bleached ends. Shoulder length. Will I need to bleach 2x? Can I bleach and tone same day?

Asked by: Bellaj65
No. Do the brown hair first, bring it to the sun bleached ends color. Mix remaining bleach with shampoo. Apply to whole head 5-7 mins. Rinse out all bleach then shampoo. Towel dry and apy toner. Should let a pro do ot, too much for a lay person. Good.luc km.
Answered by: Max19570
Date published: 2020-10-02

I have dark brown hair, would I need toner with this?

Asked by: Trashwaifu
Depends on how light you need to go but mine still always turns out a little brassy when I bleach my roots. Not horrible, definitely works better than most bleaches but if you need just blond, then I would recommend a toner.
Answered by: AnnaRowan
Date published: 2020-11-13

Im a lighter golden blonde with about an inch of new growth. Do i still need to bleach my hair if i wanted to go more blonde, like lightest cool blonde or platnium ?

Asked by: Stacc5923
Received light a cool blonde or platinum you will need to bleach your hair.
Answered by: Dakatzmeowbayb
Date published: 2020-10-11

I have short (~1" long) dark brown hair, between a level 2 and 3, and I want to go to a very white level 10 so I can go for a pastel color. If I get this, what vol developer would I need, and would I need additional toner? I'm okay with multiple processes

Asked by: Becca LS
Remember bleach literally strips and breaks down hair. It is not moisturizing in any way.  After bleaching my hair and going for the platinum white look quickly; it was a complete disaster.  Go slow. Now when I bleach I double the volumizer and go slow. You can use TONER; and you will need it!!!  Most toners are natural and you can use often.  Take it slow, this is the BEST bleach on the market in my opinion. 
Answered by: Melissa James
Date published: 2020-09-05

So I have dark brown (black ) curly hair and I’m trying to go platinum silver. I’m doing it myself because I’m cheap and It’s hard to find salons to do my type of hair without paying a arm and a leg. What are the best products to use??

Asked by: Mulatto252
If you have virgin dark brown hair, zero die on it at all then I would use this bleach and I personally use a 40 developer. However if you've never bleached your hair before I would start with a 20 developer. I use a sensitive on scalp developer that's what I would recommend. If you are trying to get platinum hair you will need to use foils A cap will not get you the level of blonde you are trying to achieve. You're probably going to need a toner as well I would use the ion in bright white to achieve the look You're going for.also make sure you section your hair I would recommend at least four sections but if you have thick hair and as you stated you have curly hair I would go for at least six sections of hair It is very time-consuming and your arms are probably going to give out so if you have a friend it could help you That's the way I recommend rolling. Also make sure that your bleach is the right consistency It should be more along the lines of paste compared to conditioner. Best luck and I hope you get your desired look
Answered by: Dakatzmeowbayb
Date published: 2020-12-08

I have dark brown hair and want to balayage lighten (blond tips, lighter ash mid-section, dark roots). How do I do this (glop thickly on ends and brush upward?) and what toner(s) should I use to get rid of the yellow, orange, red after bleaching? 

Asked by: Therese B
Start in the middle of your hair first and work your way to your tips. Your tips will lighten quicker so do them last. This is the mother of all bleaches so if you have experience you can use a higher developer I use a 40 personally however if you have never used this product or bleach your hair before I would suggest using a 20 developer. Do not glob bleach on your He need to take the time to section your hair out preferHe need to take the time to section your hair out preferably in at least four sections but more is better. Your bleach should be a thick almost with a sandy consistency. As for the yellow orange or brassy tones that will follow. I recommend using Wella Color Charm T18. Best of luck
Answered by: Dakatzmeowbayb
Date published: 2020-10-31
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