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Luminous Shine Permanent Liqui-Creme Hair Color

by Mystic Divine
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Luminous Shine Permanent Liqui-Creme Hair Color is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 319.
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  • Luminous blend of exotic oils including- Moroccan Argan, Tahitian Tamanu, Camellia, & Coconut Oils Protects and nourishes hair, restores softness, & shine for up to 30 shampoos* Can be easily applied with applicator bottle or tint bowl and brush 2 Full applications per tube Up to 2.5X More Shine**
    Mystic Divine™ Luminous Shine Permanent Liqui-Crème Hair Color offers an exotic and unique blend of natural oils that helps transform hair from weak and dull to smooth, shiny and healthy. With each use, hair gets stronger, more manageable, and much more divine. Fade resistant, long lasting color that covers the most resistant gray. A luminous blend of exotic oils including Moroccan Argan, Tahitian Tamanu, Camellia, Coconut and Meadowfoam Seed oils deliver vibrant, shiny results. *with Mystic Divine(tm) Nourishing regimen ** VS untreated hair
  • The correct choice of color and developer is essential for best results. The choice must be made bearing in mind the customer's natural hair color, the desired degree of lightening and the percentage of gray hair. The mixing ratio 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: Using a non-metallic bowl, mix 3oz Mystic Divine(tm) Luminous Shine Permanent Liqui-Creme Hair Color with 6 oz of Mystic Divine Developer.

    Processing Time: All instructions are based on average texture. If the hair is fine or coarse, adjustments should be made accordingly. Fine hair is much more receptive to hair coloring while coarse hair is not. 30 minutes for standard application; 45 minutes for maximum gray coverage.

  • 1:2 mixing ratio - 1 part color to 2 parts developer. Mix 3oz Mystic Divine(tm) Luminous Shine Permanent Liqui-Creme Hair Color with 6 oz of Mystic Divine Developer.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Look and Natural Has a natural look- doesnt look faux. and product doesnt dry out your hair
Date published: 2020-02-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice Nice products n quality i like the tube n nicely color
Date published: 2020-02-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Waste of money and time!!! It didn’t turn my hair dark blonde at all it turned it red.
Date published: 2020-02-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not Permanent.. Although it claims to cover gray, I'm not too convinced. This product has the coverage of a semi-permanent color then a permanent. My client didn't like this one.
Date published: 2020-01-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Been using this brand for more than a year I love this brand! Best hair dye I have ever used in the more than 20 years I have been coloring my hair! I always use red tones which tend to fade/wash out quicker than others. But, with this product it not only holds up LONGER than non-reds of other brands (I can go 8+ weeks) but it doesn't fade out, bleed out, turn brassy or lighten at all! And my hair feels so amazing after I use it! The only reason I end up finally recoloring is because my roots become too obvious. So very disappointed that they are getting rid of this product! I would be a life long purchaser of this otherwise!
Date published: 2020-01-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great base for mixologists This formula is the base of the color cocktail I mix up for my hair. It provides the perfect amount of warmth and doesn’t make the shade of my final color look unnatural. Once a week someone complements me on how pretty my long red hair looks and every couple of months someone asks to take a photo to show their hair stylist at their next visit as the perfect shade of red they have been looking for. Sad that it is being phased out as this was the replacement for another color phased out 2 years ago. Thanks Sally Beauty for always being there to empower those who want to enhance their beauty regiments and staffing stores with those who are passionate to help us achieve desired results!
Date published: 2020-01-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I recommend this product The product is amazing and i love the color , my hair looks more shine and beautiful
Date published: 2020-01-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great hair dye Great hair color doesn't bleed out as much as other colors
Date published: 2020-01-04
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I have the mystic divine liquid creme hair color and the developer, is this to be applied to wet or dry hair?

Asked by: Wendyjohn
Answered by: DiamondWoman
Date published: 2019-04-21

Ive been using the 5NV for the base undertones for my hair. I then use a lightener for highlights that are blonde. Would a blonde color be a better choice, and if so which is close to the 5NV. My hair turns orange easily, so I was wondering if a neutral b

Asked by: Anonymous
If I am understanding your question correctly, you want to know if you can use a color to create your highlights...? Because you cannot lift color with color, that would not work. Your only option is to continue using a bleach product, as it sounds like you've been doing, to lighten those areas you want to highlight.
Answered by: Thomthom72
Date published: 2019-04-09

Has anybody experienced hair loss more than usual after using this brand? I like it and so far so good except some hair loss but it could be my hormones too.

Asked by: Iber2829
Actually I've notice LESS of a hair loss using this brand. I should add that to my review!
Answered by: NancyNancy
Date published: 2019-03-23

Ca. I use ion developer 20 vol?

Asked by: Tkearbey
If your hair is porous use 10.
Answered by: Erinfitz
Date published: 2019-02-18

What level are they high lift colors? Like HLNA. What number in the blonde spectrum is that?

Asked by: Suzi7777
High-lift blondes would typically be a level 12. HLNA would be level 12 (lightest blonde) natural ash.
Answered by: Thomthom72
Date published: 2019-02-25

Sorry for silly questions... I am new here... what is developer? Does it always in use with hair color? Which one is right to use with 4NC Natural Copper Medium Brown? Thank you!

Asked by: Natalya1
Developer always need to be used with permanent hair color, it activates it and makes it so the color can penetrate your hair! For the 4NC, definitely go with a 20 volume developer.. anything higher (like the 30 or 40 volumes) would be too strong because they're used when the natural hair color needs to be lifted to get to a lighter shade. Also, just check the directions to see the mixing ratio of color to developer. For example, if it says "1:2" it means mix 3oz color + 6oz of your 20 volume developer. Hope this helps! (:
Answered by: Jackie39
Date published: 2019-02-25

I used Mystic Divine 8N and found it to be too dark for me. Is it possible to use a lighter color over what I have just used ? What is the color number to go lighter?

Asked by: diana from Texas
Color will not remove color, unfortunately. You'll have to use some form of a lightening agent, such as color "remover", or bleach first. Once your hair level is lighter than the level of color you are looking to achieve, you can then use this permanent hair color to color & tone it. If the color you currently have is only a level or two darker than your desired level, I would suggest first trying a good striping (deep cleansing) shampoo & a deep conditioner (left on with heat applied for 30 minutes or so). If you do that a couple of times & it is still too dark for you, I would recommend using a color remover, as it is generally less damaging than bleach is. If you do go with bleach, stick to no more than a 20 volume creme developer & check the level of lightening frequently. Best of luck to you!
Answered by: Thomthom72
Date published: 2019-02-13

Why can't you just say 2oz of dye and 2oz of developer...... My hair question was not answered and it came out super dark.  Had to wash my hair like 4 times to get the stains off scalp and neck area.  Also left my hair extremely dry and tangled.  

Asked by: Sylver24
Also the posted question states the ratio incorrectly. It's 1 part color to 2 parts developer which is most likely the reason for the bad results.
Answered by: MoonGirl367
Date published: 2019-01-15

I bought the mystic divine luminous shine - permanent Liqui crime hair color. It says 4nc lot cr732124024535. It’s a 3oz tune.  I also purchase a 20vol. Developer 120 ml 4 oz . I have a dark black hair tone.  How much of each to get to the natural cppe

Asked by: Couuie83
It’s oz to oz!
Answered by: Xtina2488
Date published: 2019-01-17

Is mystic divine color ppd free? 

Asked by: Wm09152018
I think it is ppd free because I look on the box and it's not in the list of ingredents.
Answered by: Sandyjoy
Date published: 2018-12-27

1 color of mistyc divene how much developer should i use Thank you please answer me email

Asked by: Maria estherf
1:2 color to developer level 19=1 level, 20=2 levels, 30 3 levels.  Shades are 1 darkest 12 lightest.  This brands lightest shade is 9 and it is not blond when added with 20 volume, it is anshade of brown.  2:1 might have fixed this but that’s scary considering how much darker the gel is and how underactive the developer was in November.  The one and only argon oil developer was great with Wella and it calls for 2:1 and Wella the opposite so I used 1 color and 2 developer and the 25 volume and I was near platinum in one application using light pale ash blond shade 9 ash.  L’Oréal is another good blue based hair color which eliminates ugly yellow tones and lets the pretty yellow shine through, using the one and only argon oil developer at 25 or the most being 30 at 1:2.  Both developers had terrific lather, wonderful scent, shine and silkieness.  But the color acted right with the other developer so mystic Devine failed for my purposes and my strand tests were not consistent the two times I tried it.  Salon selectives has also been too reactive in the developer action at 30 it can burn your scalp when you use it in that start, it needs to breath, shake and turn it, and take a sample from the top, let it breath if you use it watch your latch test and strand test.  The strand will be fine but your fingers could bubble or turn white which means it’s going to react to the scalp.  Scalp protector judt delays the reaction which will still occurs once it moves.  Usually when this happens you should not process your hair, if it’s in the head you should watch it closely for problems.  Use it for half the strand time, work quickly and take it off early.  Sometimes people apply accelerators to their developers, this is not always wise.  Scalp protectors often cause the root area to resist color for enough time to delay and even cost or lift — if you keep roots it’s not a concern.  Good luck!
Answered by: Matilda ONeal
Date published: 2018-12-14

Why do most of the blonde shades look so dark? All the swatches look black!

Asked by: Allison ok
In my experience with this color line, the shades seem to be fairly accurate to level & base-tones. First, I would suggest that depending on how the screen (you're viewing the color swatches through) is calibrated, the colors may not be true. Secondly, I would suggest, if you're looking for a lighter blonde than you're seeing, you might want to look into the high-lift blondes (levels 11 /12) But, it's hard to say, since I don't know what you're trying to accomplish. I can tell you though, that this color is a great product & you can find what you're looking for within this line...from level 1 to level 10+.
Answered by: Thomthom72
Date published: 2019-02-16

Hi my question is how much creme developer I have to use with one color of the Mystic Divene creme thk

Asked by: Maria estherf
Double the amount.
Answered by: Makao123
Date published: 2018-12-19

Do you need developer for the permanent dye ? 

Asked by: Jazminjoe
Yes- there is a Mystic Divine Luminous Shine Developer- it's $3-4 per bottle. There are directions on the box of hair dye what level developer to use and how much. To cover my gray I use a level 20 developer
Answered by: Audrey2506
Date published: 2018-11-27

How much do i use of  20 of developer do i use to a 3 oz hair color

Asked by: Norma1974
The mixing ratio is 1:2 (1 part color to 2 parts developer). So, a full 3 ounce tube would require 6 ounces of developer. Start with just 1/2 tube & add to 3 ounces of your developer.
Answered by: Thomthom72
Date published: 2018-11-24

I purchased 5CH color and 4oz bottle of 20 dev at Sally’s. The cashier said it’s the same thing as the MD and I should mix 1 tube color to 2 oz of dev. After reading reviews it seems I won’t have enough. help

Asked by: Monica54
What the sales person likely meant to say was 1 ounce (not tube) of color to 2 ounces of developer. Each tube of color contains 3 ounces. As the box shows, it's a mixing ratio of 1:2. (1 part color / 2 parts developer). Unless you have very thick and/or very long hair, you should be able to get 2 all-over applications from one tube. You would need a total of 6 ounces of developer to mix-up an entire tube of color; however, I can't imagine ever needing that much color mixture. This product spreads extremely well and I would suggest starting with 1/2 of the color tube (there are marks on the side of the tube showing 1/4, 1/2, 3/4) and adding those 1.5 ounces to 3 ounces of the developer. I find it easiest to use a bowl and brush, however an applicator bottle can also be used.
Answered by: Thomthom72
Date published: 2018-11-18

What colors do I need to make a dark cherry

Asked by: Cara1221
You can already get the exactly color you are mentioning BUT to achieve the desire color will depends of the actually color you have...
Answered by: Dilenia zapata
Date published: 2018-10-19

Is this liquid (form) in a bottle color

Asked by: Debbie1951
No, it is a creme in a tube.
Answered by: SallyDiva
Date published: 2018-11-14

How much 20 volume developer do i use for one and a half of color?

Asked by: Jmaurer123
Hey!  I would use 3 oz of developer. It is double the amount of color. I answered earlier but didn’t realize the color you was using 
Answered by: Bamagirlz65
Date published: 2018-11-06

Will 9N make grey roots look grey? Will a 9G color grey roots?

Asked by: Nosogood
Hello, Nosogood, I noted you want to try a light blond on your hair. I do not know your natural base color but what I can tell you is that a 9 level is not the best color to cover gray hair. I recommend better a level 8, which will allow you to play with multiples choices at the moment of cover your grays. A level 9 has a strong yellow base, but gray hair is like an empty vase that you need to fulfill with pigments. This color can be achieved by 3 ways mainly: 1) by applying a pre-pigmentation with a lighter level which -in your case- is not the best option because to use a ten on gray hair can twist a little bit the color depending 2) by doing a "mordant" on the roots with 20vol developer to increase the porosity of the hair and allow it to capture more pigments of the final coloration or 3) by adding a gray cover product to the mixture. The third option is my recommendation for you, because the color of your election. In this case I would suggest you to use the 9N and NO the 9G. Because the fantasy tones like the Golden (G), the Ash (A), the Violet (V), etc., has more diffuse pigments that will go out of the hair easily with every wash. But natural tones (N) have more granulated pigment, which remains inside the capillary fiber once the cuticle is sealed with the conditioner, after the color service. So, in your particular case, I suggest you to use the 9N mixed with 20% developer and a grey cover product for the roots, only. And for the rest of the hair, I would use the same tone 9N but mixed with 30% vol developer, which is the perfect match to achieve the color shown in the color cart, and allowing this last mixture to act for 10 to 15 minutes only to provide a color bath to your hair without the damage of a big exposure of the hair to alkaline products. After that: rinse, seal and style.
Answered by: Hand_painted
Date published: 2019-05-24

How to apply. 20 volume creeme. How much color

Asked by: Sonnypretty
Hello, Sonnypretty. Thank you for your question, I figure many people have the same doubt that you are sharing with us. Let me help you with this and advise you that in use of a color service using Luminous Shine line you need to make your mix at a ratio of 1:2; this means that per every amount of color you will use 2 amount of developer; whatever the volume would be. Only make sure that your election of the developer match with the color and the final purpose of the service. For example, a 20vol developer is the ideal volume for covering grays and is recommended to be used from dark brown tones until dark blond tones. In case you want a lighter tone, as an 8 (blonde), a 9 (light blonde) or up, you should use a 30vol developer as the recommended volume to get a shiny blonde as a result. Please bear in mind that 10vol developer is used to apply tone over tone, in case of dark colors or to make a tone more vital; 20vol developer is used to depositing pigments and lift up to 2 tones -reason why it is perfect for covering grays-; and 30vol developer is used to lift up to 4 tones and creates charming blondes. In regards to your question, I confirm that you need to make your mix using a portion of color by two portions of developer. Use a balance to get an accurate mixture. Coloring hair is an exact science and any approximation may result on non-desired color. I hope this explanation help you to get the desired result. Mistic Divine Luminous Shine is a line plenty of possibilities that you can take advantage of. Have a nice day.
Answered by: Hand_painted
Date published: 2018-08-31

I bought the dark chocate brown (3CH) hair dye. I’m just making sure I got the right developer which is 20vol. Double checking before I dyed my hair, i done want it to come out blonde or something haha. Thanks! :)

Asked by: Pete12345tp
Yes you bought the right developer.  This color will come out a dark brown. If your Virgin hair is darker than a level 3 this will provide 2 levels of lift.  If your hair is lighter than a level 3 it will deposit color only not lighten it.  Virgin hair is hair that has not been chemically processed. If your hair has been previously colored then color will not lift color. 
Answered by: scissorhappy12
Date published: 2018-08-14

Do you apply this to wet or dry hair?

Asked by: mikeandlisa
Dry hair unless you use a filler before applying it will help your color last longer.
Answered by: Steffanie48
Date published: 2019-02-17

Has anyone experience the color washing out fast?

Asked by: larifairy12
It is going to depend on which color you use, however, I use the level 5 neutral, red and violet based color in this line, with 20V developer and I don't experience any mass washout like I am used to with other brands. Red-based colors will typically wash out far faster though. I am very happy with this line of colors!
Answered by: Thomthom72
Date published: 2018-08-13

If I enter one on my order, will receive two?  Example. buy one get one 50% off.

Asked by: sudylane
To receive the buy one get one 50% offer you must add both items to your cart. The cart will then auto adjust the price to reflect one of the items as 50% off.
Answered by: SallyStaffer8
Date published: 2018-07-17

If I am using half of a bottle of 3oz colour so 1.5 0z how many oz of developer do I use ? I ha e s 20 vol 6oz bottle of developer . I am ising the colour black for hair dye 

Asked by: Bellakobe
3 oz of developer, so half of your 6 oz bottle. 
Answered by: NtisaFarstrider
Date published: 2018-09-07

Has anybody tried the 10NC? I'm looking for a very light copper blonde but judging by the swatch this is more red than copper!

Asked by: tamyeh91
I used it for the first time I normally go with a blonde. But I put it up to my skin for summer and it looked great with my compliction . I used the 20 volume and it looks more like a Natural Strawberry Blonde red yes indoors but a higher copper blonde look in the Sunlight. Very Beautiful. This is my here on out hair color dye I love it
Answered by: Sissie1215
Date published: 2018-08-13

Will the 9NV make already golden blonde hair even more gold?

Asked by: WWELilith
NV is neutral violet. It discourages golden, yellow, and orange tones. Not where you want to go! I use the NV for deep champagne base which I add a hint of NC to be strawberry, my natural color. 
Answered by: JackieOLook
Date published: 2018-06-16

How is it on covering gray hair?

Asked by: Christie60
Great the first few days. I think it fades faster than some. But gives me a truer result than other brands. I can’t always find a violet blonde that isn’t nearly platinum!!
Answered by: JackieOLook
Date published: 2018-09-16

Does this color run darker than other brands? I want to try the 8NG for a light golden blonde but when I looked at the swatch at the store the color looked like a very dark blonde.

Asked by: tamyeh91
I am a deep strawberry blond (cool with copper highlight); I use 8 level to be dark blonde and 9 for medium. Strand test. I know what mine will come out and I’m also adding in a little copper for the strawberry. Others complain that 6 and below (which I have never used) comes out very dark. I recommend a strand test anytime I use new color the first several times. 
Answered by: JackieOLook
Date published: 2018-06-16
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