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Super Blue Creme Oil Lightener

L'Oreal Technique by L'Oreal
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Super Blue Creme Oil Lightener

L'Oreal Technique by L'Oreal
Super Blue Creme Oil Lightener is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 43.
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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.
  • Read package directions carefully before using. For professional use only.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best of all Home Lighteners, gentle, high lift I have lightened to extremely light (white) blonde hair for over 20 years now (from brunette virgin hair) and used many lightening products and I think this is the best one available now. I had been using the buckets of powder for a year or so and the products always dry out around the edge and irritate the hairline skin. I started L'oreal's SuperBlue about six months ago and could not be happier with the change. SuperBlue stays moist and is gentle on the scalp. The lightner has excellent drabbers that bring my hair to level 10 "white" blonde without toners (no yellow, no brass) after rinsing. The oils in the bleach are great leaving my hair soft and silky. (I used the similar Wella Oil based Lightener for many years until it was discontinued.) Both of these products leave my hair in far better condition than any of the other bucket powders I have tried. I prefer slower acting bleach since it takes me longer to apply the lighteners to my hair. The faster acting lighteners are finished processing before I am finished applying. I am more careful to reduce overlapping as much as possible which requires a slower careful application. I rinse the first applied areas first and delay rinsing the later applied areas to allow equal processing time to my whole head, which works well for me to not over process early areas and keeps my hair in excellent condition. As close to no damage as possible. This is my go to lightener, thank you L'oreal for keeping this product in your lineup!
Date published: 2019-04-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product Works great not too rough on hair follow with after color treatment conditioner. Easy to use!
Date published: 2019-03-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Satisfied customer Affordable and effective. I actually prefer the texture of this bleach to more expensive brands. Easy and even application. Works wonderful and fast for bleach baths. I would recommend, as others have, applying coconut oil before use. And don't forget your 20 vol developer. I wasn't aware it wasn't included in the kit until I got home with my purchase. Luckily, I had some lying around.
Date published: 2019-02-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Really works.... on natural hair Ok, so I bought this after reading the reviews and the greatest detail (for me) "Removes natural or artificial pigments". So my hair was slightly lightened from golden brown with a semi permanent blue in the front. I thought this would not only bleach my hair but also take the blue out. Well, it bleached my hair great but hardly made a dent on the blue. Might be ok. Going to try to go silver.
Date published: 2019-01-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A great product that works fine. I been using this product for months and love the results.
Date published: 2019-01-17
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
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Does developer need to be added to this bleach or just hydrogen peroxide? If developer is needed, would 20 volume be sufficient? I'm trying to lighten my very dark brown hair enough to dye it bright green.

Asked by: beeee420
I use 20 volume developer and it comes out perfect. I love this product. I wish I had found it sooner . It is perfect for dark brown hair witch I have to make it light enough for light blonde hair.
Answered by: AnnaMarieF
Date published: 2019-03-26

Does this need to be foiled or is it not necessary?

Asked by: Agatha Marie
If you have previously bleached hair you apply to the roots first and if needed bring out to the ends of the hair all of it. Not to leave on the entire head longer then 45 minutes. The directions on the box say NOT to cover the head, as an old trick I learned from my hairdressers before I started bleaching myself was to put a large plastic bag on you head to keep the body heat in. The bleach will stop working like yeast in making bread if the head cools down. I have not ever had a reason to put foil on and don't know for reason I would. The directions say to use plastic everything while using this product. The directions inside of the box are very good and easy to understand.
Answered by: Rev Pat41
Date published: 2019-03-06

How much would be necessary for medium-long hair

Asked by: Misty Elliott
Depending upon if you are doing a root touch-up and the density of the hair would determine the amount. For medium density hair that’s a full Virgin bleach I’d buy 2 boxes-at least. Have an extra box on hand in case
Answered by: LAVStudio3636
Date published: 2019-03-04

i wish to bleach my hair white blonde it's sort of brassy blonde and i put pink vegan on top. i hate it will this turn my hair white?

Asked by: jackie willard
I have used Loreal Super Blue Bleach since it came on the market in the late 1960's Getting ready to order more. Bleach to white depends on what you consider white hair. Mine is bleached VERY light, I guess you'd say white, I have much gray now and it bleaches down too. My hair has always been VERY resistant and Super Blue was the only bleach that took me down to "WHITE" or pale lemon as they refer to in the industry. Won't be brassy but may be a little until you wash for the first time after the hair has rested a few days. You must use developer with it, they recommend 20 volume, I use 40 volume and have since it came out on the market. Super Blue won't make your hair dry, brittle or burn your scalp. Be sure to read directions. Try it and see. Blessed Day
Answered by: Rev Pat41
Date published: 2019-02-08

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: 2019-02-27

 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
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