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Quick Blue High Performance Powder Lightener

Quick Blue by L'Oreal
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Quick Blue High Performance Powder Lightener

Quick Blue by L'Oreal

Quick Blue High Performance Powder Lightener is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 1027.
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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 5 out of 5 by from Good value and quality! Good value and quality! I have long dark black hair and this helped me lift it. It has a blue tint so I think that helps keep the brassy-ness down.
Date published: 2020-09-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quick Blue High Performance Powder Lightener Went on easy. Lightened medium brown hair very well!
Date published: 2020-09-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The Bleach Saw many people using this bleach powder on YouTube so I bought it. Its great! But then again I haven’t tried the other bleach.
Date published: 2020-09-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bleach Worked beautifully to bleach hair to blonde from a dark brown
Date published: 2020-09-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lighter I used a 30 vol on level 4 on foils. I let it process with no heat aprox 50 mins. To a level 9 and tone it. Very light blonde. It worked well.
Date published: 2020-09-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Turned my very dark hair lighter but with damage First I want to say that I have very dark, thick, Western Asian or Middle Eastern hair. So any advice and review is based on my thick dark hair only.This may work well on someone with lighter hair or finer hair but if you are on a quest like I was to turn your half dyed (lower portion of hair was dyed black to cover grays) hair to a bleach out so you can go ash, spend the extra money and invest in Schwarzkopf BlondMe Premium Lightener and corresponding Schwarzkopf BlondMe 12% 40 volume developer. I did a large strand test of the L'Oreal Quick blue on my left side (left on for 40 minutes with 40 volume developer)and it turned my hair orangeish at the roots and a burgundy orange on the lower part. I did apply to the ends at first as I know roots process faster and added the roots at the last 15 minutes. My hair feels damaged and puffy. I got the Schwarzkopf after doing a lot of research applied last night on the right side of my head and it came out bleached to a bright yellow. Hair is soft and much healthier than the side done with L'Oreal. I hope this helps anyone with my type of hair.
Date published: 2020-09-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Frosting Great price and bleaches your hair faster and lighter then others I've tried.
Date published: 2020-09-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 8 years using this! Best bleach ever, I have been bleaching my hair platinum blonde for almost 8 year. I have dark brown hair and this is the only bleach that lightens my roots to platinum with just 1 application using a 30 volume peroxide. I have tried the rest and this is the one that works the best for me!
Date published: 2020-09-11
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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: 2020-07-30

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: 2020-08-07

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: 2020-06-26

Do I need to add a developer

Asked by: sherry74
Yes you need to add developer 
Answered by: Victoria97
Date published: 2020-07-26

Would this product work to lighten my dirty blonde hair all the way if I use a 20 vol developer?

Asked by: samaover
I have naturally dirty blonde hair and use 20 volume! Bleaching at home to get to platinum/white is definitely a process so make sure to do your research!
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2020-08-16

how do you bleach hair

Asked by: Selgreg31
I have well water so I use an ion crystal clarifying packet first to get rid of the mineral buildup so my hair doesn't turn orange/green don't condition hair before bleaching. Then mix this bleach with Salon Care Developer (higher the number = stronger/ easier to fry your hair I use a 30) in a well ventilated area (need gloves, mixing bowl, tint brush) follow the ratio on the bleach packet for developer to bleach and mix til even creamy consistency. Apply to dry hair by painting on with the tint brush, for highlights or specific areas I use foil and section hair with a tail comb. Leave on hair for recommended time on bleach packet, but check your hair every 5-10 min or so looking for it to lift to desired range (if blonde is desired range it needs to be lifted past the orange level / if your hair is dark brown/ black this will take several separate processes NOT IN A ROW. After its lifted wash out and shampoo making sure to remove all product. Then mix toner I use wella color charm with 20 volume developer (10 if your hair doesn't need to lift lighter any more) . Leave on til blonde is toned to a natural color instead of yellow (follow directions on box). Wash out DONT SHAMPOO. I then use an ion intense moisture conditioning packet (leave it on as packet instructions says) to restore the health of my hair. If you need to do several treatments because you have dark hair wait at least a week so that you don't fry your hair, use conditioning treatment in between to restore health and then repeat this process.
Answered by: dani1559
Date published: 2020-07-07

What developer can I use with this brand?

Asked by: Elsa2728
You can use any brand developer, I recommend using the lowest volume possible to prevent damage. For virgin hair, you don’t need anything higher than 10 volume. For colored hair, it all depends on how many shades you are trying to lift and how dark the hair color is. If you have black, dark brown, or dark red and you’re wanting to go blonde, I recommend going to a hair stylist as you will need a lot of lifting and toning as well as extra heat to process the bleach. But if you insist on doing it yourself be warned, it will come out brassy and you will need a toner to get rid of the orange. Use a 40-50 volume developer on very dark color treated hair and make sure you get a plastic cap so you can blow dry your hair with the bleach and cap on. Be sure to check the stability of your hair continuously as damage can occur very quickly. For medium color treated hair use 30-40 volume, for light color treated hair use 20 volume. Also get a second cap and a good repair conditioner. Apply the conditioner to dry or wet hair, put on the cap and blow dry for 10-15 minutes. Let cool before rinsing in cool water. 
Answered by: DMichelle39
Date published: 2020-08-05

Does the bleach come with a measuring cup or will I have to buy my own?

Asked by: JourneyGirl96
Yes it does come with a small measuring cup.
Answered by: Amanda VH
Date published: 2020-05-13

Will this bleach strip off my blue greenish hair color? 

Asked by: Jenny1999
You shouldn't use bleach to strip your hair of dye, I would recommend purchasing a product/ treatment specifically for bright hair colors, otherwise you would have to repeat the bleaching process many times and will probably still have greenish hair, plus significant damage. You should use this if you want to go lighter after stripping the dye out with a color removing treatment, but not before unless you don't mind having green ramen for hair :\ Best of luck to you <3
Answered by: ksarita672
Date published: 2020-05-13

My hair is a deep burgundy. I would say like a purpleish red. its has been dying this color not my  natural hair color. Would this remove it ? so I could go blonde again? 

Asked by: AngelaQ123
My friend had dyed bright red hair. We used the ion crystal clarifying treatment packet ($2) and it removed a lot of color from her hair (without being as damaging as bleaching your hair several times). We then used this to bleach it and it worked fairly well.
Answered by: dani1550
Date published: 2020-05-13

So, my hair is a mess. I had it dyed blue/green and had to change it for work and my friend just put black box dye over it and now it’s like a black/green mess. I’m thinking about going blue again but i don’t wanna kill me hair. Suggestions? 

Asked by: Tym20200
I had blue hair and needed to change it to brown for work. Instead of bleaching it a ton I found that the ion crystal clarifying treatment packet ($2) removed a lot of the color without being as damaging, I then used the ion conditioning packet which adds a lot of moisture back. We later tested it on my friends hair that needed to remove red that had faded to orange and it got her hair close to a strawberry blonde.
Answered by: dani1550
Date published: 2020-05-13

Will this bleach help me get my hair platinum blonde? 

Asked by: Johnny33
Short answer: Yes. You may need to bleach your hair 1-3 times depending on how dark your hair is (mine is black) but proceed with proper hair care and toner and you should be good!
Answered by: ghosting
Date published: 2020-03-26

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: 2020-03-14

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: 2019-11-24

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: 2020-04-22

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: 2019-12-14

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: 2020-05-13

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: NOLAJamie in GAP
Date published: 2020-01-26

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: 2020-04-22

My hair is thick and really long,along with dark,what volume would i use for intense bleaching to be done on it and have the strands stand out more!?

Asked by: Melboxbeauty89
I use this with a vol 30 developer to take my hair from a medium brown to a platinum blonde. I leave it on for the full amount of time and use a foil cap with some heat and it comes out beautiful each time aside from needed to use a purple shampoo to tone it out a bit. 
Answered by: Gabz1148
Date published: 2019-08-16

Can I use to do high lite at home please.

Asked by: Neel neel
Yes you can. Me personal, I didn't do my own high lite a friend of mine did it for me. But this's the product she used. Hope this was helpfully.
Answered by: Laddyboss
Date published: 2019-08-08

i have light brown hair, and i’m hoping to go platinum but not super white or silver. is this bleach going to make it like that? also any good toners i should use? i was thinking a purple or lilac toner but i feel like that might make it super silver too.

Asked by: haileyloasnic
The color you get will depend on the condition of your hair. If you have previously dyed your hair then you will want to strip it first. And then you will need to wait before you bleach.However if you are a light brown naturally with no previous color and you do not want to go white blonde use a 20 developer.I would most certainly use a lilac toner to make sure you remove any brassy undertones.
Answered by: Dakatzmeowbayb
Date published: 2019-10-13

I have highlights that I achieved with lightening powder of a different brand, will my hair be ok if I lighten over them or should I avoid them. 

Asked by: Kaytlynk
 as long as you tone it all after the bleach you will be fine. highlights only make certain highlighted points lighter, they may stay lighter and highlighted or completely fade away. just be prepared for either. 
Answered by: LexFerraro
Date published: 2020-05-13

What color is the powder, blue or white? I need a bleaching product that won't leave my hair orange.

Asked by: Lisa0212
Depends on the color of your hair and how long you leave it on. With the exception of very light blonde, as bleach lifts pigment hair goes from darker shades thru red, then orange then yellow up to no pigment at all (white). The stronger the developer the more lift AND more damage to your hair. Remember that bleaching hair is a stripping process and one is not just stripping pigment. Be patient, use care and have fun!
Answered by: Frantasy
Date published: 2020-05-13

Would i use this product to go back to natural color,?,Does it do alot of damage to hair?

Asked by: Aprilsturgeon31
This is a bleach product. It will definitely strip your hair of color and does cause damage. 
Answered by: Wier0423
Date published: 2020-04-11

I died my hair dark but it has really washed out, I want to go blonde would I need a toner after I bleach my hair?

Asked by: Darnell0326
Does it matter what toner I use or does it just depend on what shade i want
Answered by: Darnell0326
Date published: 2020-04-11

What developer would you recommend with this lightener ?

Asked by: Jackiexoxo
It depends on the level of blonde that you are trying to achieve and what the level the client’s hair is at. I have clients that I use a double 30 volume on. If they are already a blonde and want platinum highlights a 20 volume will also work well.  I also have a client that I use a double 40 with on the scalp with a packet of Splenda. 20 minutes and she is pulled to a pale yellow and and tone with a Wella T-18. Love this product!
Answered by: Tara3333
Date published: 2019-10-06

does it come in a plastic bag inside the container?

Asked by: pls help me
The bleach is inside a plastic bag secured with a wire bread tie. 
Answered by: Houseofblondes
Date published: 2020-05-13

What developer works best with the Quivk blue dye?

Asked by: LeeLee123
I have been using Loreal quick blue for many years. For on scalp application, they recommend 20 or 30 volume developer. I use Sally's own, Salon Care 20 volume cream developer, but my own hair is fairly light.
Answered by: Luv to shop
Date published: 2019-06-06

Is this non damaging to hair?

Asked by: Jezzycakes
If used improperly or left in too long, this can ruin your hair. Leave in as instructed, and make sure you use heavy duty conditioners like Ion Repair afterwards. 
Answered by: deekoch1
Date published: 2019-12-14
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