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Soy4Plex by Clairol Professional

Premium Permanent Creme Hair Color


What is it?

Clairol Professional Premium Creme Hair Color gives you the freedom to confidently create a radiant personalized color that comes alive with a healthy shine. This hair color features a unique deep-conditioning Soy Complex that delivers high reflective shine. This creme hair color nourishes as it colors for deeply conditioned hair with smoothing properties.


Clariol Professional Premium Creme Hair Color is the only professional color to utilize the conditioning and shine benefits of nature soy. The proprietary deep-conditioning Soy Complex creates luminous shine and silken conditioning you feel right at the sink. This technologically advanced line of 46 permanent creme hair colors are mixed with dedicated developer for bowl-and-brush application.

Clairol Professional Help Line:


Hotlines are open from 8:30am to 8:30pm Monday – Friday and 9:00am – 6:00pm Saturday & Sunday EASTERN TIME.

What makes it special?
  • The only hair color with deep-conditioning of soy complex
  • Nourishes as it colors for deeply conditioned hair
  • Standard level and tone system
Mix with Clairol Professional Premium Creme Dedicated Developer for bowl and brush application. The shades in the 4 Tonal Pillars with an "N" designator are designed to deliver 100% gray coverage with more natural-looking tones. When a shade matches Miss Clairol, the number is printed on the front of the box.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The color I want without the BURN! This is one of the very few permanent hair colors that does NOT burn my scalp! The color is consistent and leaves my hair, colored, shiny and easy to manage. Covers my grays very well too.
Date published: 2021-01-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Gift for the holidays Great color my daughter really loves her Christmas gift
Date published: 2021-01-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Clairol Premium Creme Hair Color Easy to mix and apply. I have used this brand for years and always receive great results.
Date published: 2021-01-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Too dark I have used the hair color 6RN for years and the last two boxes have been way too dark almost a brown! Different formula? What is the next lighter auburn?
Date published: 2020-12-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice product, color darker than what I thought... I like this product. It mixes well and goes on smooth, for a non-professional to use. I would not consider 3N to be a Medium Neutral Brown. It's neutral but definitely more of a Dark Brown. There's the possibility it could be my hair, but my old brand was Medium Brown and it was a true medium brown color. Regardless, I like how it looks and recommend it!
Date published: 2020-12-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Never Again I used this color with the developer that I was supposed to and my hair is now red. I wanted cool blonde and my hair is red. OMG I have never had a reaction to any color and this one I did.
Date published: 2020-12-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product! Great way to purchase this product. I order several at a time and they are at my door in no time. I don't have to worry that the store doesn't have my color or more than one at a time. Don't think I will purchase them any other way. Product is great - have used for quite a long time.
Date published: 2020-11-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great color This color provides a rich, red highlight when adding with another blonde brown color.
Date published: 2020-11-17
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I have dark brown and gray mixed I want to cover the gray and take my hair to a dark blonde what can you recommend?

Asked by: Jodie325
Best to call Clairol's hot line at 1-800-221-4900
Answered by: A1shopper
Date published: 2020-08-06

Do you have the 10GN Soy 4Plex liquicolor? Would the 8G color work for a light golden blonde color?

Asked by: Bowlermammaw1947
We currently carry SBS-320722 10GN Soy 4 Plex in permanent liquid hair color. If you would like to try it. If you are looking for a Level 10 hair color in permanent creme hair color , there is a 10G SBS-320399 and a 10N SBS-320388 that you could try. The 8GN SBS-320393 is two shades darker than a 10GN but has the same Gold and Neutral base as the 10GN.
Answered by: Sally Staffer1
Date published: 2020-07-22

Do I need to buy developer for this product also?

Asked by: patia2253
Answered by: Debbie 255
Date published: 2020-08-19

My hair is dyed very light blonde. I am wanting to use Clairol Permanent Hair Color 10V Lavender Ice. Is 10 volume creme developer good to use with this? Any suggestions how I can boost the lavender color?

Asked by: Anonymous
Yes! Anything stronger would be too strong! 
Answered by: stephie_bear7
Date published: 2020-09-12

I currently use Clairol 8N permanent hair colour, want to go a shade darker....golden brown or lighter....suggestions ????

Asked by: Moochie12
Suggestions on what? You are using a neutral blonde color, should you use a golden color then you will have golden lights. Restate your question, it makes ZERO sense.
Answered by: Tbrooks14
Date published: 2020-10-10

what does G stand for? what does N stand for? what does R stand for? Thank you.

Asked by: AMGramont
G is for Gold tones, R for Red tones and N is Neutral with neither red or gold tones. Double NN means there is double the neutral color (mix 1:1 with developer) for gray coverage. The double NN can leave a very flat overall color.
Answered by: rebecwilc
Date published: 2020-08-01

Do you still have 8GN creme Permanente Clairol soy 4 Plex?

Asked by: Jerryann
I only use the 5NN for several years and had good results I am happy with clairol soyplex hair color and the 20% volume  developer 
Answered by: Cajun Kathy
Date published: 2020-05-25

I don't see my colors 9n & 8gn

Asked by: Millie57
What are you looking for? Have you stripped the old color? Maybe you need a filler. I don't know with just the little info given
Answered by: Roben Audi
Date published: 2020-05-25

Is there a lighter blonde than 12 N?

Asked by: Susan Gar
I do not go that light. My hair is brown. I do use a dark blonde when coloring in the summer since my hair lightens.
Answered by: amgc1981
Date published: 2020-07-08

what is the difference between the light rich neutral brown and light neutral brown

Asked by: Evelyn11
I use the light rich neutral blonde rather than the light neutral blonde. It covers gray hair better and I think the results are a richer, more natural color.
Answered by: pcoop0727
Date published: 2020-05-16

Do you have 7NN in the Soy 4plex cream permanents

Asked by: Sharon7521
Answered by: Ambibambi
Date published: 2020-04-24

which is lighter for brown hair, 4N or 5N and do I need a "SOY" developer, volume 20, need to know if it has to be soy

Asked by: mroles38
5N is lighter. You do not need a soy developer.
Answered by: sdtnnyal
Date published: 2020-04-24

Do I need to buy a separate developer for this hair color

Asked by: Medicmom17
Yes. Buy Clairol Soy 4plex Creme permanente developer (Gold label)
Answered by: Hairy Shairy
Date published: 2020-05-03

can you put a light coating of argan oil on your hair before putting on the permanent dye?

Asked by: wentandgo
I am an amateur, but I've been doing my own color for 20+ years. I'd say it all depends on what you're trying to achieve. I assume the oil would mask the hair, so it you're putting the oil on hair you don't want treated, then yes. Such as doing only your roots. If you want even-ness, I would skip the Argan and use it post-treatment. That actually is precisely what I do... and I love the cuticle calming effect the Argan has after treatment. Good luck!
Answered by: PC in Colorado
Date published: 2020-05-03

Hi. What color should I buy in order to color my hair light brown but I don’t want any red or too much ash. 

Asked by: MojyheyS
N is for neutral. NN would be more ash. G would be gold
Answered by: MichLINY
Date published: 2020-07-23

My hairdresser uses clairol 28 on my hair? ( which keeps on the blonde side) Do you know which clairol color this would be?

Asked by: Boxerdogmom
I do not know what Clairol 28 is on the color palette. I use 10G Lightest Golden Blonde Premium Creme Hair Color. With 20 Volume Premium Creme Developer 2 oz. This is really blonde because my hair is white/gray. My true color is a dirty honey blonde. I've used 8G as well. It is darker. And a bit redder for winter. But I like it too. Hope that helps.
Answered by: javazjemz
Date published: 2020-05-13

Do you have 6N?

Asked by: Cindy219
Answered by: amnyc2020
Date published: 2020-04-15

Looking for black color 1N

Asked by: JamesD13
many companies carry level one. Clairol has 1aa
Answered by: mardi2gras
Date published: 2020-04-13

Is this good for gray hair or what do you recommend to color gray roots. thanks

Asked by: southtexas35
Yes, I have been using for years. I have hard to cover gray, I use with 20 developer and the colors are true. I mix 7nn and 6nn to get the color I want.
Answered by: palemask
Date published: 2020-05-01

do you have color hair dyes without alcohol, no ammonia and no peroxide

Asked by: VLM20200
If you are looking to avoid color that has ammonia and peroxide you may want to try Semi Permanent or temporary hair colors. Depending on how dark your hair is will depend on how well these products will deposit into your hair. We do have some Permanent Hair Color that are ammonia free, including the new Inspired By Nature Permanent Hair Colors.
Answered by: Sally Staffer1
Date published: 2020-04-09

do you have the 5nn?

Asked by: Anonymous
You can go online to get the shade you need. Some of them have changed numbering but they still have all the ones they've always had.
Answered by: tootcat1
Date published: 2020-04-09

Whats the difference between Clairol Liquicolor Permanent & Permanent creme?

Asked by: August412
The only difference between the two products is the consistency. The liquid is runny whereas the creme is thicker. I prefer the is easier to manage.
Answered by: Coreen16
Date published: 2020-03-31

I have dark brown hair and i want to dye my hair neutral black. I dont have gray hair. Do i still need to buy developer?

Asked by: y7as23min
Yes, I would use 20.
Answered by: Pamegg000
Date published: 2020-03-22

Can you get 9NN online? Clairol soy4plex?

Asked by: Ramona Taylor
Yes you can.   
Answered by: RuthCath
Date published: 2020-02-17

Why cant Ifind Clairol creme in color 3RR?

Asked by: Nettie77
They've changed the number designations. If you'll compare in store you'll find your color, just under a different designation. I hate the changes but what can you do other than figure out what you need? If you can't figure it out maybe the store employees can help.
Answered by: tootcat1
Date published: 2020-04-07


Asked by: SHARI 44
I also used 12GN. I asked at the store and they said Clairol no longer makes 12GN. I have switched to 8GN and am happy with this color. Just a tad darker but a great color. Looks very natural.
Answered by: djspencer
Date published: 2020-02-05

I usually use 6nn but it’s too red what color will be less red?

Asked by: 48kelly2020
I am strawberry red after coloring. I use 8g  with a 20 developer on my root for 25 minutes and 8 rn on the ends with a 10 developer for about 19 more minutes. Clairol permanent hair color. It fades and because I don’t like roots I color about once a month. In between or if I need to wait longer in between I use a root cover but getting the right color is difficult. Good luck. 
Answered by: Lakeshores
Date published: 2020-03-13

I currently mix 2 parts Miss Clairol Soy Complex Cream Permanent Hair Color...6N with 1 part 7N? Is their a color that would be the same as what I achieve doing this so that I would not have to mix colors?

Asked by: barbieo22
That is a custom mixture. The only way would be trial and error to see if another manufacturer has a different effect on your hair. That is 2 parts DARK blond to 1 part medium blond, so you could also just try going lighter or darker with the same brand. I use claroil 8A or 9AA, and I alternate between them every couple of touch ups. So could do that as well. The dimension builds over time. Hope this helps!
Answered by: kiwi1966
Date published: 2019-11-11

 Do you still sell Clairol hair dye in color 5RR 

Asked by: Dawne Marie
Call your local Sally store. 
Answered by: Appletunia
Date published: 2020-04-28

Do I use a developer with this product?

Asked by: Carmen E
Answered by: sherybab
Date published: 2019-11-04
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