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HiColor Red HiLights Permanent Creme Hair Color

Excellence by L'Oreal
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HiColor Red HiLights Permanent Creme Hair Color

Excellence by L'Oreal
LOREAL36
$7.39

HiColor Red HiLights Permanent Creme Hair Color is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 630.
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  • For highly-visible, intense red highlights even on dark hair, without brassiness Breakthrough technology lifts hair 3-4 levels, no pre-lightening required Rich, no-drip creme makes it easy for control of creative techniques Quick processing time of only thirty minutes True-to-shade color that resists fading Available in three Hi-lift Red shades
    NEW HiColor RED HiLights by L'Oreal Excellence is the first highlighting series formulated for dark hair. Rich, no-drip creme makes it easy for control of creative techniques . True-to-shade color that resists fading. L'Oreal Excellence HiColor Red HiLights is available in Magenta, Red, Copper Red and Copper
Rated 5 out of 5 by from AMAZING!!!! I naturally have really dark brown hair and I wanted to dye it bright red so I bought this.It literally looks so good, I love it. I've never dyed my hair before, this was my first time. I only used this product and developer. I used about 3 tubes of the red dye and 30 developer for my whole head. I first started with my tips and when I was done I moved on to the roots then after that I left it in for 35mins and washed it off right after. I've been using this product so far for 3 months, and usually redye my hair once a month. It can stay way longer than that but my hair grows fast so my roots start to kinda show. I also started using the loreal elvive color vibrancy shampoo and conditioner. It really helps because red hair rinses out everytime you wash it. So I definitely recommend this product! (The pictures are from before and after I dyed my hair for the first time)
Date published: 2020-03-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product This product is amazing, work super good in dark hair...
Date published: 2020-03-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Unsuccessful It didn’t work as expected. Don’t know if it’s because I dye my hair often. My hair is originally dark brown. I dyed black prior to trying this product. 
Date published: 2020-03-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product I have been using this exact color for 4yrs now, I love it. Very vibrant color and last
Date published: 2020-02-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bright, Bold, Fun Loved these bright vibrant colors. I have used the red and magenta and love both of them!!
Date published: 2020-02-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful color! Bought this color to go at the ends of red hair. To give it a red to orange ombré kind of style. I didn’t know the color was going to come out so vibrant! I absolutely love it! It stays awhile too. For the first couple washes, orange will come out of my hair. However, my hair remains vibrant! Definitely recommend!
Date published: 2020-02-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My go to Long lasting, great formula, love it....my go to..
Date published: 2020-02-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My Go-to! I love this dye! I have been using it for the last 6 mos to touch up my roots and it lifts them to the perfect color for my already orange hair (I use shade Copper)! Just some things I’ve learned about this dye as I have used a few shades from this line ... If you want bright hair (think fashion colors) then you need to use the hicolor highlights line. The regular hi color which has more options is definitely the more natural shades. So that is something to consider. Also, this dye is designed for virgin hair. If you have never dyed your hair before you will have ideal results or if you’re using it to touch up roots. If you have dye in your hair the results can vary. I have used the red with great luck and the copper with zero luck on dyed hair. Don’t use this to touch up your whole head. Hi lift can be just as damaging (if not more) than bleach so be cautious of repeated use. Also keep in mind when using any permanent dye over top of other permanent dye you’re not going to lift you can only deposit so if you’re going for a vibrant (& healthy!) look I suggest only using this On regrowth and a semi or demi on the rest of your hair. I have attached some photos of my hair using the hicolor highlights in copper on regrowth (about 6 - 7inches of my hair by now) and various shades of orange semi permanent dyes in lengths of my hair
Date published: 2020-02-03
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I just used this with the 20 developer. The red is not as bright as I would like it. Can I re dye it to see if it would take on more red? Would I use the same 20 developer?

Asked by: Kittyred
The higher the developer, the brighter it’ll get. But at the same time the higher the damage. I use 40 the first time and 20 or 30 for touch ups
Answered by: KJK33555
Date published: 2020-02-17

So I kept reading these posts that the best combination is the magenta and red are those both the highlites dye mixed together?

Asked by: CrrCre77
Yes, the magenta and red are mixed together with the addition of developer. The colors mixed together make a vibrant color combination and look awesome!
Answered by: MVH1_mvh
Date published: 2020-02-11

So I've gotten my hair both bleached and dyed over a month ago, but it isn't as bright of a Red that I would like it to be, would using this product make it brighter?

Asked by: Jasmines1993
If your hair is already bleached and dyed, coloring it with Red will brighten it. However, to not further damage your hair, begin mixing it with 20 volume developer. If it isn't as bright as you wanted, then move up to 30 Volume next time. Be sure to condition like crazy in between but use conditioner specifically for colored hair.
Answered by: MVH1_mvh
Date published: 2020-02-11

Is this meant to be only for hi lights in your hair? 

Asked by: Liljanaw
No it may say that in the name, but it's not just for highlighting. I've been using it on my entire head, mixing Med Intense Violet (a different brand) and Magenta and the color is vibrant and exactly what I want. It took a long time (almost a year!) to find the right combination but I finally did.
Answered by: MVH1_mvh
Date published: 2020-02-11

If I’ve used semi permanent dye on my hair before(a few months ago) will this product work without bleaching/colour remover? Don’t want to damage my hair badly 

Asked by: Leah1745
Yes, it works with out bleaching as long as you didn't have your hair dyed black. I used 40 developer the first time and then 10 after.
Answered by: slopez79
Date published: 2020-02-07

I have natural strawberry blonde hair and it’s currently colored 3N.  I have hot roots (Brassy gold and orange) that are resistant to color, no matter what I do to tone them or process them.  Is it possible to use this?  I don’t want to bleach.

Asked by: MsFrustrated
Yes, it may not lift to the color it shows due to being colored 3N prior, but it will lift a lot! I used it on a client with dark brown hair and she went to an arielle from little mermaid red! It was really pretty and nice to only do one process. I used a 40 developer. Always do a test stand first!
Answered by: Dianac05
Date published: 2020-01-20

My hair is half blonde half hot red and I have magenta dye but I want it more red than purple what to do

Asked by: Serenity1213
Have you used the HiColor highlights in red hot? I find the magenta doesn't come out too purple but you could mix with some of the red hot for a true red colour.
Answered by: Kaynaydian
Date published: 2020-01-06

I have dark brown hair and u mixed magenta and red together.  I got hot roots looks pinker on my roots and the rest looks darker only looks lighter with the lighting.  I want my roots to even out with the rest of my hair.  Any suggestions? 

Asked by: Bluechic_80
Occasionally if I haven’t washed my hair the day before I apply the fresh dye, I’ve noticed the dye doesn’t penetrate the roots as well as usual and the roots take up the dye unevenly. I assume it’s bc the roots are protected naturally by natural oils so that the fresh dye doesn’t penetrate as well. Uneven color has also occurred if I haven’t mixed the colors thoroughly before applying. But in no case have I had to recolor the roots. Things seem to even out by themselves. Also note that I use the same peroxide strength (20) each time, and a timer so that every application is completed and rinsed out in a similar time frame. 
Answered by: Cool Loon
Date published: 2020-01-02
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