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Super Blue Creme Oil Lightener

Super Blue Creme Oil Lightener

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  • Removes natural or artificial pigments
  • Easy smooth application
  • Rinses easily and quickly
  • Dedusted and easy-to-mix

L'Oreal Creme Oil Lightener lightens hair color by removing natural or artificial pigment from the hair for full-head blonding. This on-the-scalp lightener adheres evenly to eliminate overlapping during application. Built-in drabber helps eliminate red, gold, and brassy tones. It reamins moist during processing and rinses easily and quickly. Leaves hair shiny and healthy-looking with superb texture.

 

Box contains 1 Creme Oil Lightener 2 oz. and three lightening Activators 0.4 oz.

Super Blue Creme Oil Lightener is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 32.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best I have tried. I have been using this product for years and I have not found anything better , mu hair is fine and bleached of course , this gives me the lift I need so I can add my toner and be the platinum blonde I was born to be. Fool you Mother Nature.
Date published: 2018-11-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Didn't break my hair off I have bleached my hair and it usually dry brittle and almost like a rat nest in the back. I have long black hair and this product worked AWESOME. My hair is not brittle and no rat nest in the back. Highly recommend this product.
Date published: 2018-10-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Gets the job done Store clerk suggested this product for lightening my hair, AMAZING!
Date published: 2018-09-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Did not work at all I followed the directions and my color did not change at all. If anything I think the dark brown went darker. I'm trying to get back to blonde. I dyed my hair dark brown about 9 months ago with some drugstore dye. What went wrong with this or was it just a bad batch?
Date published: 2018-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fabulous--I take my hair from level 4 to 10+ I'd been using Clairol 7th Stage for years, but it was discontinued. Did some reasearch, read some reviews, and decided to try l'Oreal Super Blue. I'm blown away, and it actually does a better job (no brassiness). It works fast, so I'm going to have to futz with the formula to slow it down. This was my first time, so I followed the formula directions in the box. I was just doing root touchup on the front half of the head. Started at one ear. And by the time I reached the other (20 minutes), the beginning hair was almost done. I could only wait another 10 minutes before washing it out and then reapplied in spots for the extra 10. With 7th Stage, I'd spend 20 minutes on application for the front half (ear-to-ear), wait 20, then shampoo (If I did the whole head, I'd start at the back of the head, top-down, for 20). And I added twice the rec amount of blue oil to the bleach, but I still came out brassy. I like to tone that with demis because I wasn't up to a second round of color after bleaching. My hair is still drying, but I don't look at all brassy. If anything, I may be a smidge too light, so next time I'll tone that with a light golden blonde demi (I put it on after shampoo, then layer conditioner over it, sit under a towel for an hour, then rinse).
Date published: 2018-03-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from A little deceiving Just bought this and when I went to go do it, I found out that you need need developer. I feel like this is something that should be said on the outside of the box. It says “One Application” so I thought that you just bought the box and that was it. It’s very frustrating.
Date published: 2018-02-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Best Been using this for years for my blonde. It's all I use, love it.
Date published: 2018-01-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Didn't work even after 2 hours I'd already bleached my hair to a blond 2 weeks before using this product. I used this when my orange tones (from my hair being dyed red) crept back into my blond. It made my hair more orange after processing the 1st hour. Then I had 2 shades of yellow after processing the 2nd hour. I still had to use toner even though it's supposedly built in to the product.
Date published: 2017-12-05
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Why are there 3 Lightening Activators? To make it stronger? I lighten a few strands every few months... to high light around my face. So I don't need a whole application? Is this suitable for 3 applications... separate...

Asked by: barbie123
I am certainly not an expert, but have been using this product to "frost" my shoulder length hair for many years! The cream oil lightener and peroxide provide lipids (good for your hair) and lightening to hair, but if used without the blue activator powder it would be too runny. The powder activator increases the consistency and minimizes brassiness.One packet is certainly enough for your application. My recipe is: 30 ml 20 vol peroxide + 1 packet activator + 15 ml cream oil lightener and leave on 45-50 minutes.
Answered by: dirickII
Date published: 2018-12-17

 My hair is dyed professionally blonde at the salon. My previous lady could never get my ends light enough to match my roots,I’m with a new lady that got a lot of that out but I haven’t had money to go back. Would this help lighten my ends or be too much?

Asked by: Em154311
yes this does great on lightening the hair
Answered by: rad78910
Date published: 2018-12-16

Do you use a cream developer (peroxide) with this? How much do you use?

Asked by: Cassie Shep
Yes, 4oz, the instructions are on the inside of the box.
Answered by: TrishGen
Date published: 2018-11-01

Can this product be added to the L’Oréal powder blue bleach for on and off scalp as a boost?  I’ve used 7th stage for years with activator packs and developer but they have Discontinued. The powder blue leaves me too gold

Asked by: Rubygrace
Super blue is the closest to 7th stage that I have found. I have never added to the power. I actually think it may work just a little faster
Answered by: Deborah Smith
Date published: 2018-09-13

I always used 7th Stage for my double process I mixed 2oz. Lightener, to 4oz. 20vl developer and added 3 activator packets Lifted great Now I want to try super blue  Is it the same ratio? I do a thick head of hair 

Asked by: Dianecolor
When you change to Super Blue you'll be really glad you did. I've used it since the 1960's. Just follow the good directions on the package and you will be fine and like the results. I use 40 volume developer.
Answered by: Rev Pat41
Date published: 2018-06-12

Can you tell me how much developer I will need to use? 8 ounce/ 4 ounces?

Asked by: Deborah N
I wish someone would answer this too!  i used to use seventh stage lightener and I would mix 2 ounces of lightener, three activator packets and 4 ounces of developer. That was the standard for mixing on scalp Lightener. 
Answered by: Dianecolor
Date published: 2018-09-15

How much developer do you need to mix in?

Asked by: JadeAmber
I usually mix 1 oz super blue to 1 oz 40 vol and 1/2 pk of activator unless it’s level 4 or lower and I need ashy light hair I’ll add more, sometimes full pack.
Answered by: Julebrentwood
Date published: 2018-05-19

Do you still need developer, like 40 volume with these boxes and tubs?

Asked by: Micki Mouse
Actually Sally customer service told me on messenger that the developer is included. Is it just not enough or not a high enough level volume? Either way I think I've decided to do it separately, with a packet and developer. I'm confused a bout the rest...too many different answers. Thank you tho!
Answered by: Micki Mouse
Date published: 2018-05-02
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