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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
SBS-500516
$21.49

Quick Blue High Performance Powder Lightener is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 963.
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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
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from very good i like it . it did not damage my hair, you need just to follow directions
Date published: 2020-08-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great product, bad quantity It’s a good hair bleach, it lightened my hair nicely and the directions were straightforward. The only think I dislike is how much product actually comes in such a big tub. I have thick, shoulder length hair and I’ve estimated that it’ll only be enough to bleach my whole hair maybe 4 or 5 times which is disappointing.
Date published: 2020-07-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect! This bleach is so easy to use! If your a beginner, I suggest using 20 volume. If this isn't your first rodeo, then go 30 volume! My hair is naturally very dark (almost black) and I had box dye on it (dark dye). Using two and half scoops of the bleach powder with 30 volume I was able to cover my whole head (thick hair down to the bottom of my shoulder blades) and have it blonde within 30 minutes.
Date published: 2020-07-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works well It’s good, and the only bleach I will use. Would recommend.
Date published: 2020-07-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I Should Have Listened This bleach sucks. I don’t have too much to say other than head my warning
Date published: 2020-07-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from my opinion very easy to use and works great even on thick coarse hair
Date published: 2020-07-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My Holy grail bleach Love this bleach i use this at home with no problems
Date published: 2020-07-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good product does what it is suppose to do Good product does what it is suppose to do and makes hair manageable
Date published: 2020-07-14
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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: 2020-07-31

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: 2020-06-11

What would I mix with the powder and what toner would I use? 

Asked by: Haileyjo94
Depending what color you're trying to get. I am really new at this because this my first attemp.  Also, I went to YouTube and got my information there.   Sorry I couldn't be more helpful.
Answered by: Laddyboss
Date published: 2020-05-10

can it be used to bleach a human hair wig

Asked by: miss leigh
Yes, it can be used to bleach human hair on wigs. As long as you know for sure it’s human hair. You may need to tone it depending on what outcome you desire.  All cosmetologist learn on mannequins in school. 
Answered by: Martinis4olives
Date published: 2020-05-07

So I’ve never bleached my hair, but I only want to do my ends and naturally I have extremely dark brown hair, would this work ?

Asked by: plantsjuice
The bleach works great. I’ve used it from black to blonde in basically two sessions with my sister. Since your hair is darker, I’d go with a higher volume developer. 
Answered by: Ava09199
Date published: 2020-05-01

Its quarantine and my roots are insane.. Never at home bleached before but have been getting it bleached for years. I have dirty blonde hair and it lifts pretty fast what level developer do you rec using with this?

Asked by: jor11718
20 vol
Answered by: Blondechick
Date published: 2020-05-01

So a year ago I dyed my hair black and recently used splat to make into a green ( it didn’t work ) .. and I’m trying to bleach my hair. My hair is thick and at bra strap level. Would this bleach work and what kind of volume would  I need

Asked by: tidalwave4
Bleaching out a color is absolute murder on your hair. Try using a product like “Color Oops” first. It may take a couple of applications to get the majority of the original black out. But bleaching over black will fry your hair, and you’ll run the risk of melting it to the point that it’s so delicate it’ll stretch and break off whilst brushing and/or combing. After using a color removal product, then it’ll be easier to use bleach to achieve the shade of blonde you’re wanting without ruining the integrity of your hair. 
Answered by: HopeImHelpful
Date published: 2020-05-24

Can I bleach over my highlights?

Asked by: Anonymous
I wouldn’t recommend it if your highlights are already pretty light bc this would just give you a inconsistent hair color and where your hair has been previously lighten could get damaged and brake off
Answered by: Reni pop
Date published: 2020-04-16
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