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Anti Aging Permanent Liquid Hair Color NN Shades

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Selected quantity exceeds what is currently available

Anti Aging Permanent Liquid Hair Color NN Shades

by AGEbeautiful
ZOTOS21
$6.49
Anti Aging Permanent Liquid Hair Color NN Shades is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 41.
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  • Infused with scalp and hair moisturizing vitamin e for shiny healthy hair Ultimate coverage to eliminate even the most resistant grays Delivers 2X more shine (vs. untreated gray hair) 100% gray coverage for up to 8 weeks Extra pigment packed formulas
    As we age, our hair experiences 5 signs of aging. It loses volume, manageability, color, moisture and shine. AGEbeautiful anti-aging haircolor is the first haircolor developed to fight all 5 signs of aging in your clients' hair.

     

    AGEbeautiful is the first color with melanin, keratin peptide, silk protein and a patented conditioning technology to replenish clients' hair with the essential components that are lost with aging. The unique formula penetrates deeply and absorbs quickly to cover gray 100% and deliver beautiful, rich color that lasts for up to 8 weeks.

     

    AGEbeautiful permanent liquid haircolor are infused with scalp and hair moisturizing vitamin E. A healthy scalp is the foundation for healthy hair. Scalp sebum decreases by 50% as we age, causing the scalp to become dry and dull. AGEbeautiful permanent haircolor is formulated with antioxidant vitamin E, which helps hair stay hydrated and moisturized. Your clients' hair will feel instantly fuller and silkier, and radiate with shine.

     

    AGEbeautiful Anti-Aging Permanent Liquid Haircolor ultimate gray coverage intense neutrals, for the most superior gray coverage. The intense NN shades cover gray and restore your hair's youthful appearance with an extra pigment packed formula that eliminates even the most resistant, stubborn grays. Proven to fight all five signs of aging hair, infused with scalp and hair moisturizing vitamin e for shiny healthy hair.
  • Mixing and Application: AGEbeautiful liquid hair color is best used with an applicator bottle. AGEbeautiful hair color is mixed 1:1 (Equal parts AGEbeautiful hair color and AGEbeautiful developer.) AGEbeautiful high lift blondes is mixed 1:2 (2 oz AGEbeautiful color and 4 oz. AGEbeautiful 40-Volume developer). Pour developer into applicator bottle according to above formulation. Pour entire 2 oz. tube of color into applicator bottle. Mix well. Apply color.

     

    Developer Usage and Timing (without heat): 20 Volume (6%) Lifts 1 to 2 levels depending on the color chosen. 30 minutes for regular application. Forty-five minutes for 50% or more gray hair. Rinse, shampoo, and condition.

  • Always perform a preliminary patch test prior to using haircolor. Wait one week and one shampoo after relaxer or perm service before coloring. For best results use with AGEbeautiful dedicated developers in an applicator bottle.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent gray coverage Switched from ion line. Really good gray coverage. Stronger ammonia smell than ion, but I really like this one!
Date published: 2019-05-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from HARD TO DYE GREY HAIR Perfect for hiding my hard to dye greys. I use highlight coloroing from a different brand and the base color that comes with it doesn't even last 5 days on my grey roots. I use Anti Aging Liguid 8nn for my base with 30 developer. Then wait 24 hours, then I apply my blond highlights. Everyone thinks I went to the salon.
Date published: 2019-04-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A real pro pick! The Agebeautiful product line is true color - dependable, rich and never muddy.
Date published: 2019-03-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good gray coverage. I like the gray coverage of these NN products, probably the best that I have found at Sally's. Please note the 7NN is more of a medium reddish brown.
Date published: 2019-03-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Haircolor Great gray coverage and color! I combine 1/2 7NN with 1/2 6NN for a natural light brown color.
Date published: 2019-03-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product for anyone old or young! Best coverage for graying hair! I will continue to use this from now on. Old or young this works.
Date published: 2018-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Deep, Rich and Holds Coverage Better Than Salons I have been using this brand for about 2 or 3 years now. I can't go back to any other brand. The color is always so vibrant and rich and it does such an excellent job of holding gray coverage. I have very stubborn gray. I can walk out salons and see the grays appear the next day or within days. This product holds the coverage. And also, my hair feels soft afterwards. Not beaten down or brittlish like most other brands like to offer. I have coarse, thick, frizzy and curly hair. My natural color is very dark brown. Keep in mind that in these NN shades, the colors run much, much darker. I am using the 8NN whereas most salonists would insist I should be using no less than a 6 for typically color brands. When I say I am using an 8, everyone reacts flaborgasted. The 8NN on this brand looks like a light medium brown on me that shimmers subtly in the sunlight (like natural highlights embedded). And when the grays begin to emerge, it doesn't stand out so harshly, which my natural color would tend to do. So while I wouldn't use a shade 8 with any other brand, with this NN brand, it is the way to go and it looks beautiful. So for the NNs, start by going at least 1 shade down from your typical shade and go from there. Also keep in mind that that when you apply another brand color over this, it also makes it darker. So if you go to a salonist and they apply a color by a different brand, you are highly likely to walk out looking darker than both of you expected because color over this color will appear darker. ***So let your salonist know you have been using a NN shade that runs darker or they will think you don't know what you are talking about and try to ignore you and apply a darker shade than what you are asking for... I think some of you have met these types of salonists.......***
Date published: 2018-12-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Wrong color The product 8NN Medium intense Blonde stated that this was intense blonde but turned out to be very dark brown. I had to go and spend $85 dollars to get highlights...
Date published: 2018-10-18
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How long do I have to wait before I can redo my hair color I made it too light

Asked by: Shoppingpatty
I believe you have asked this question to a forum of people using the color rather than expert colorists. (I received an email asking me if I could answer this question and I am just someone who uses the color). I think your question requires a colorist. For sure lightening hair is hard on it. I darken my hair. Sorry that I can't be more helpful.
Answered by: The reader
Date published: 2019-03-13

I have lots of very stubborn grey hair. Which developer should I use? Some suggest 20, some 10..I am lost.  My hair is almost black, and I don't need any color change, just color the grey.

Asked by: Lorena27
10 volume lifts one level then deposits, 20 vol lifts 2 levels then deposits, 30 vol lifts 3 levels then deposits. Hair color is tricky and many come into the salon for corrective color services. This is chemistry so exercise caution. I think the confusion is what color are you using? Black on black? If so, the 10 vol should suffice. If you use 30, your hair may fade out to a lighter shade. Trial and error with chemicals. Much can influence the hair such as thyroid, medications and other products. Plus you have new outgrowth verses older hair on the shaft. If you found something in the past that works, I would keep with that.
Answered by: wendy sr
Date published: 2018-12-30

I have dark hair and I would like to die my hair red with out bleaching it I had done before with out bleaching hair but idk what hair die is that it was done by a professional hair stylist 

Asked by: Lissaa715
I use Highcolor/red for dark Hair. You do not need to bleach your hair. Use peroxide 20/30 for an intense color 
Answered by: Dorisssa
Date published: 2018-12-20

Natural medium brown with some grey have been dying hair a deep red. Every time I try to get it back to natural color the red still comes through will this work to get a natural medium brown?

Asked by: Redforever
I recommend using an ash brown shade to get rid of reddish tones. I used golden browns and medium browns and continued to get a red cast to my hair. Ash tones will cover red.
Answered by: MimmyKim
Date published: 2018-06-10

I want to buy your Ultimate Coverage because it did color the gray and even the white grow-out, BUT even 8NN Medium Intense Blonde mixed with 9 N Light Blonde (not Ultimate Coverage) it turned my hair from blonde to DARK BROWN. How do I get BLONDE?

Asked by: Cee 38 Cee
I was warned by staff that this brand tends to be darker when left on long enough to thoroughly cover stubborn grey/white (like an hour process). It was VERY DARK, to point my hairdresser said it was like a medium-to-dark brown with only the 8N or 8NN. I switched to using the combination you list with 1:2 ratio of 8NN to 9N, as I gradually move to a dark blonde. It seems to be between a dark blonde and light brown now. Wish they had a 9NN but have never seen one, so I will probably continue to use 8NN in small amounts with the lighter shades in order to cover the grey (for me, white) thoroughly. My next step will probably be to try the 10N with small amount of 8NN. It's the only thing I can think of currently unless someone has a better idea...? Or they come up with new option. 
Answered by: Patriot7
Date published: 2019-02-11

How can I best avoid recoloring last times color to avoid darkening in the middle?

Asked by: sliquinn
Apply the color on new growth only, Avoid overlap. 
Answered by: Cherphenng
Date published: 2019-01-26

Would like to know what you would suggest to help with brassiness when coloring?

Asked by: Cynthia26
Go with a darker color next time or color more often
Answered by: Angel215
Date published: 2018-06-14

Is "6NN Intense Light Brown" lighter than "7NN Intense Dark Blonde"?  The sample colors on this web page look like so.  How will these colors on grey hair turn out as a result?

Asked by: Serious Operator
I have not used these colors specifically yet. But I plan to! Generally on hair colors the # indictates how dark/light it is. The lower the #, the darker it is. My natural hair is dark...like a 2. So a 4nn would be a medium dark brown. A 7 would be headed towards dark blonde. And on up to light blonde from there. So the name and NUMBERS indicate that the dark blonde WOULD be lighter than the light brown. I am going to try using the brown as a base color and the blonde as a highlight color when I do my hair next. If it turns out reverse...well thats ok too. Then I can let you know for sure! But I'd guess the #s are correct and the images incorrect.
Answered by: JackedHead
Date published: 2018-11-10
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