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HiColor Violet & Black Shades Permanent Hair Color

Excellence by L'Oreal
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HiColor Violet & Black Shades Permanent Hair Color

Excellence by L'Oreal
LOREAL68
$7.39

HiColor Violet & Black Shades Permanent Hair Color is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 149.
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  • Formulated with Anti-Breakage Ceramide R Complex Provides multi-lift and deposit with no brassiness Specifically formulated for dark bases of hair Long lasting color

    Excellence HiColor Violet and Black shades are new additions to the HiColor shade range featuring 3 Violet shades and 3 Black shades that deliver true to tone color results on dark bases of hair. The collection represents a new and unique shade pallet for HiColor and L’Oreal Technique and will appeal to new HiColor users seeking Violet, Blue, Plum hair color tones to their hair.

     

     

    HiColor is a Permanent hair color brand by L’Oreal Technique that is specifically formulated for dark bases of hair. All of the shades in the line provide multi-level lift on dark hair in one step with no brassiness. The shades are mixed in a 1:1.2 ratio with Oreor Crème Developer 30 volume (20 volume for relaxed hair). Processing time is 30 minutes at room temperature.

    L’Oreal Help Line:

    (800) 345-5014.

    9AM - 5PM EST, Monday-Friday

  • Wear suitable gloves. Measure 2.5 oz. of Oreor 30 volume developer into a plastic bottle or non-metallic mixing bowl. For relaxed hair, use 20 Volume developer only. Add entire contents of Excellence HiColor tube (1.74 oz.). Shake or mix until smooth and creamy. Use exclusively with the recommended oxidant, Oreor 30 volume (9%) maximum. Use only the proportions indicated.

     

    Application: Always apply haircolor to dry, unwashed hair immediately after mixing.

     

    Virgin Hair: Saturate the lengths and ends staying an inch away from the scalp, process for 20 minutes. Then apply to the root area and develop for 10 more minutes.

     

    Retouching: Apply to the regrowth, develop for 20 minutes. Then apply to lengths and ends and process for an additional 5 to 10 minutes. Rinse with warm water until water runs clear and then shampoo. Do not use with metal tools (clips, comb, etc.) Rinse hair well after processing time.

  • Wait at least 14 days after relaxing, perming or straightening before coloring.

     

    For the 3 Violet Shades Specifically: It is imperative that these shades be used alone. They must not be used in combination with other shades.

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Stunning Color This is an amazing color, and it doesn't fade much over time. I love it! I bought 10!
Date published: 2020-03-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love every color they make!!!! I have been fed black and now purple over the last year. I’ve added the protein fillers and Moroccan oil when using this just for extra strand support. My hair feels amazing and looks even better! My grandma literally just threw this over the blue black from the same brand. It was about 2 months of growth.
Date published: 2020-03-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love it! Love this product! My roots grows out before it ever had a chance to fade, and it doesn’t dry out my hair.
Date published: 2020-01-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best dark hair color I LOVE THIS LINE!!! i have used Black Sapphire and now the deep plum colors are AMAZING!!!!
Date published: 2020-01-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Love this color! It comes out great on my natural brown hair!
Date published: 2019-12-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sapphire Black I always used this on my dark brown hair and it looked gorgeous in the sunlight. Recently I had bleached my hair and tried out some fun colors for the summer. Once summer was over I returned to this and my hair faded to a denim blue color over time. I get so many compliments on the color! I used to use another brand they discontinued and I am so glad this one exceeds my expectations! My hair is stubborn, thick, and doesn't damage easily.
Date published: 2019-10-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Don’t let the name deep violet fool you This product lasts long compared to store bought products. I was hoping for more of a purple color because of the name “violet” but it was more of a burgundy color, which I didn’t mind. I really like this color.
Date published: 2019-08-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing The color was exactly what I wanted. Was easy to do and will buy this product again when it’s time for touch up
Date published: 2019-08-03
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I bought dye from Sally's a year ago and unfortunately didnt keep the box, I have dark brown hair and I wanted slight purple or plum violet tones. The employee said it was the best for dark hair result if no bleach, would one of the hi color dyes be best

Asked by: Leeann13
Using a hi color on darker hair will lighten it to a purple, it won’t be dark. If you’re looking for purple tones, I would just use a regular purple or burgundy color.
Answered by: AlexisCT
Date published: 2020-04-06

I have black hair, and I was wondering what is a good blue dye to use; without bleach. I’ve dyed my hair with a nutrisse blue dye, and it only made my hair more black. I’m looking for a vibrant blue tint

Asked by: hellicuh
Wella Color Charm blue black has been my favorite Blue Black permanent hair color for many years. I am trying something new and totally different this month, and I cant wait.
Answered by: OC Strangest
Date published: 2020-03-30

I have natural red hair, it is dyed a very dark almost blackish purple, but the purple really only shows up well under lights/in the sun. I love the color that it shines tho. Would this give me that color all the time?

Asked by: Jenns724
Yes! Very long-lasting!
Answered by: Jayme133
Date published: 2020-02-26

I have super thick dark brown almost black hair. Which developer would work best for dark hair? What’s the difference between true violet and deep violet?

Asked by: TammyTanner
I used 40 developer the first time and you can begin to use 30 developer every time you need a touch up. Deep violet has more of a red undertone compared to true violet. Hope this helped 
Answered by: Lesleaves
Date published: 2020-02-17

I'm about to use a 20 vol developer instead of a 30. I have med dark brown hair. Would the deep or true violet still work?

Asked by: Stardust 6788
Yes it will work that is the same color my hair was and I used 20 vol developer.
Answered by: DebbieLV
Date published: 2020-01-20

I colored my hair this past weekend with the Ion brand the color was the plum not happy with the color . I want 2 try the loreal in the color black plum since my hair is dark with the plum color do i have to use a 30 volume developer?

Asked by: Beeee6823
I think 30 vol would be too high of a lift. I would suggest 10 or 20 vol.
Answered by: Evonne71
Date published: 2019-11-26

Would it make a big difference if clear developer was used and not the creme.....I have always used the L'Oreal FERIA power violet color and loved it. I had wonderful commets every single time I was away from home and I am 73 years of age.

Asked by: soloxxab
good question! I've used both and the difference for me was the liquidity of the clear vs creme--so it's a little more difficult to mix the proper amounts of color with developer and then to apply a drippier color to the hair. The color itself comes out the same in my experience. :)
Answered by: jazzzcatmama
Date published: 2019-05-20

Can my hair go violet if i dyed it red before

Asked by: Csalazar627
Yes. It might not be the exact shade as pictured on the box but the violet tone is pretty vibrant.
Answered by: jazzzcatmama
Date published: 2020-04-01
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