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Argan Oil Permanent Color Cream

by One 'n Only
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Argan Oil Permanent Color Cream

by One 'n Only
ONEONL77
$6.99 - $7.19
Argan Oil Permanent Color Cream is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 1089.
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  • Instantly smoothes the cuticle and improves elasticity Nourishes, repairs & locks in moisture Provides long-lasting, luminous color Can be used alone or mixed Contains precious argan oil Rich gray coverage
    One ‘n Only™ Argan Oil Permanent Color cream is a hair color breakthrough! Advanced micro pignments combine with precious argan oil for luminous color, rich gray coverage, brilliant shine, and unmatched conditioning. Argan oil penetrates deep into the hair shaft to nourish, repair and lock in moisture, instantly smoothing the cuticle and improving elasticity. The low-ammonia formula provides deep color penetration and longer-lasting, consistent results.
  • Determine the natural depth or level of the hair.

    Next, determine the percentage of gray. Determine the desired level and shade. The mixing ration is 1:2 (1 part color for 2 parts developer).

    • Use 10 Volume developer for deposit only or 1 level of lift;
    • 20 Volume developer for 2 levels of lift;
    • 30 Volume developer for 3 levels of lift;
    • 40 Volume developer for 4 levels of lift.

    Application: wearing plastic gloves, mix a tint brush (or mix color with developer in an applicator bottle, shaking gently).

    Apply color using tint brush or applicator bottle.

    Processing time:

    • 45 minutes for maximum gray coverage.
    • 30 minutes for standard application;

    Application for hair that has not been color.

    1. Section hair into 4 sections from ear to ear and down the center.
    2. Take ½-inch sections and apply color starting ½ inch away from the scalp.
    3. Apply color to the shaft of the hair. (Note: if the ends are porous, don’t bring color through to them).
    4. Continue to do this until all four sections are completed.
    5. Process for 15 minutes.
    6. Then, apply color to the root area.
    7. Process for an addition 15 minutes (total processing time of 30 minutes).

    For gray coverage, process for 45 minutes.

    Once the hair color has processed, rinse, shampoo and condition.

    Retouch application:

    1. Section the hair into four sections and apply color to re-growth area.
    2. Process for 30 minutes.
    3. If you are covering gray, process for 45 minutes.
    4. To refresh previously colored hair, work the remainder of the color through the ends and process for up to 5 minutes before the end of processing time.
    5. Once the hair color has processed, rinse, shampoo and conditioner. Wait one week after a straightening or a perm to color.
  • Water (Aqua, Eau) Cetearyl Alchohol, Ceteareth-30, Isodecyl Oleate, Propylene Glycol, Synthetic Beeswax, Ammonium Hydroxide, Cocamidoprpyl Betaine, Argania Spinosa Kernel Oils, polyquaternium-22, EDTA, Ascorbic Acis, Sodium Hyrdosulfite, 1-Naphthol, p-Aminophenol, Tolunebe-2,5-Diamine Sulfate, 4-Amino-2-Hydroxtoluene, p-Phenylebediamine, Resorcinol, Fragrance (Parfum).
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product It didn’t work for me because the color was wrong but it is a nice product.
Date published: 2020-11-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Alright Decent color but i don't feel it held very long. I think that the longevity could be improved.
Date published: 2020-11-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Argon oil I’ve used this product for a year and have had wonderful results. It doesn’t dry your hair like the box dye.
Date published: 2020-11-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from My favorite head color. I love this product and have used it for years. I gave it 4 stars because all three boxes I order came damaged.
Date published: 2020-11-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Hot roots. Review is for the shade 4R specifically. I put this on my hair, as I do any other color and processed it the recommended time. My hair is naturally a 4n and I just wanted a slight tint of a red brown color and thought this would be perfect. The dye gave me hot roots, and tinted my hair reddish purple. Not the color I wanted at all and my roots were ridiculous. I went and bought a 4n shade, and applied it to my roots, and then processed my ends. This left me with deep red hair. The end product was better than the before, but honestly wish I wouldn't have bought it in the first place.
Date published: 2020-11-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perect brown color Great color. True chocolate brown. Makes my hair soft. Total gray coverage.
Date published: 2020-11-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product I've been using this brand for a few years now and never had to complain. 9N is my color blonde, leaves hair healthy and beautiful.
Date published: 2020-11-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Left my hair after 2 weeks i bought this 2 weeks ago and dyed half my hair with it only for it to wash out 2 weeks after applying it. I really hoped this would last longer but it didn't. Don't trust the packaging, it's not permanent.
Date published: 2020-11-04
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Do I use 20 volume developer with this?

Asked by: Anonymous
That’s what I use and it works perfectly.
Answered by: digbee930
Date published: 2020-11-08

my hair is a medium brown right now. what shade should I use to go super dark brown, almost black?

Asked by: monetp06
I use the natural dark brown and my hair is very very dark....almost black
Answered by: Danielle247
Date published: 2020-10-28

I have been using 4CH medium chocolate brown and I don’t like that it has a red tint on my hair. What color would not give me that red tint? Thanks!!

Asked by: Elyssa48
I would recommend going with a neutral tone color, something like a Tobacco brown or a espresso brown color. Look for cool tones nothing warm. Chocolate is going to have warmth and give you that red tint to your hair.
Answered by: Ccaaaaaa
Date published: 2020-10-25

I have been light golden blonde, my roots are dark, I just bought one n only6CN Dark Cinnamon blonde, will this give me red hair? or will it come out as a brown color with red tones? The sample looked brown in the store but shiny.

Asked by: StormySkie
6CN is a Copper Neutral base and has the potential to give you more warmth in your color (either a coppery or red tone) depending on how your hair takes to the color. If you are looking for a truly neutral tone with out warmth you would use a 6N. However if you are ok with a bit of warmth this color will be fine. Try a strand test if you are unsure. You do this dying a small section of your hair with the color to see how it develops so that you know your results before committing to dying your whole head.
Answered by: Sally Staffer1
Date published: 2020-10-23

Argon Oil changed the package and colors as well :( For the past two years I used 6T. They no longer have it. I love this dye and color. Which color now would be comparable to a 6T?  I see they have a 6CN would that be comparable? 

Asked by: Nette0106
I’m not sure of the color of either of those, but the packaging should have the the color written on the box. My suggestion is to match it as close as you can to the the “new” Colors. I ordered some recently and noticed the numbers changed and just ordered whatever number coincided with Med tobacco brown. Good luck! 
Answered by: Jjett548
Date published: 2020-10-22

what shade of blonde in the 7 level would be close to a beige blonde?

Asked by: leagrace
I used the 6N and it was very dark, more like a medium brown. 
Answered by: Jbfizzgig
Date published: 2020-10-23

How do you minimize Argan Oil 4ch from pulling red & covering grey?

Asked by: Marie5150
If you want to neutralize the red tones you can add an additive to the hair color. Shop additives and fillers under hair color you can either add a cooling blue or violet additive. You can also get a hair color with a more neutral base as chocolate tends to have a warmer tone. SBS-002333 4N Medium Natural brown may be a good alternative.
Answered by: Sally Staffer1
Date published: 2020-10-14

My natural hair color is dark brown. I have been bleaching it, then toning as a light beige blond. I don’t want to bleach anymore, and want to go light chocolate brown. Is there a one step color to do this?  I want to use Argon oil color if possible 

Asked by: Vicki5711
You can use a One N' Only Argan Oil permanent hair color to achieve this look. However you will need to purchase developer with your selected color, as well as mixing tools and gloves. However if you are looking for a kit that has all of these items already included On N' Only Argan Oil has a Fast 10 Permanent Hair Color Kit that you could use instead. Search Fast 10 Permanent Hair Color Kit or navigate to Hair color kit under the Hair color category.
Answered by: Sally Staffer1
Date published: 2020-10-12
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