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Premium Permanent Creme Hair Color

Soy4Plex by Clairol Professional
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Premium Permanent Creme Hair Color

Soy4Plex by Clairol Professional
CLAIRL2
$8.19

Premium Permanent Creme Hair Color is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 969.
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  • The only hair color with deep-conditioning of soy complex Nourishes as it colors for deeply conditioned hair Standard level and tone system

    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:

    1-800-221-4900

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

  • 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 Great product Soft natural color and covers the gray. :eaves my hair soft and manageable with a little extra body.
Date published: 2020-09-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product. The cream permanent are great, looks very natural & not burning or any fumes.
Date published: 2020-09-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quality for price! Nice rich true color! Excellent gray coverage! Great price!
Date published: 2020-09-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Terrible Bought it and didn’t do anything to my blond hair!
Date published: 2020-09-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from didnt work tried it out and didnt even turn my hair brown also dried out my hair really bad
Date published: 2020-09-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Natural cover Perfect product for naturally coloring over “gray” hair...
Date published: 2020-09-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing This stuff is amazing it doesnt have a bad smell and its very gentle on my hair. It also makes my hair very shiny and smooth and its pretty true to color. I wouldnt use anything else. I love it
Date published: 2020-09-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to use Was so easy to use. Wish they had a few more color options.
Date published: 2020-08-28
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Which is darker the 3n or 3nn from clariol permanente 

Asked by: Bóricua1011
The NN shades are designed to color resistant gray hair. They are more opaque and all of the hair ends up the same color, without any subtle variation, so the overall tone looks a little darker than with the N version. I felt the NN was too harsh looking, so I use the N (7N).
Answered by: Deborah B
Date published: 2020-02-05

Do you have to buy something else with this color..like developer?

Asked by: Hmcnamara88
Yes. Developer is required to mix with the color...I recommend Creme Developer, as the mixture will be thicker and less likely to run. Also, rule of thumb: The Darker the color, the lower the developer number. The Lighter the color, the higher the developer number.
Answered by: PegasusCMF
Date published: 2020-04-29

Does the purple dye turn your hair purple or an ashy blonde?

Asked by: Sabrinaa15
Blonde
Answered by: Jmcart97
Date published: 2019-11-04

Whats the difference between med rich neutral brown (3NN) and med neutral brown (3N))? Which one is less red tones?

Asked by: Ramona L
3NN will pull more red tones if you are prone to them. 3N is more of a true brown. If red tones are a problem for you, you can always add a bit of 3A.
Answered by: NOLAJamie in GAP
Date published: 2019-10-11

Can someone tell me if I need to use shampoo after I'm done processing? Or just conditioner? There are no instructions on the box. Thank you!

Asked by: Mary Hart
Just conditioned 
Answered by: Albionanc
Date published: 2020-04-22

Does this need to be mixed with a developer or is it applied directly from the tube? I lost the box w/directions....

Asked by: Robinsky
This must be used with a developer. For more information call Clairol Hotline at 1-800-221-4900
Answered by: A1shopper
Date published: 2019-07-26

I have bleached my hair from black,but the ends are still a light orange.Can I use soy 4plex 7n as a toner fbeforeor the orange going to titanium?

Asked by: Natalie1973
Soy plex is a  permanent color not a toner. If your hair was very dark you may have to bleach the ends. Then if you can tone it to what you want. Need to find a “toner” which deepens. Color a bit. When you bleach your hair you remove all the hair color and toner just deepens it. Toner does not lighten.
Answered by: Gingertaylor12
Date published: 2019-10-03

good morning  trying to purchase clairolsoy4plex liquidcolor 4RV64R and Clairol 4plex gray buster 6N86N  I can not get the drop down to show me the colors so that I can choose  what I need   I tried calling but something wrong with that system also..

Asked by: Mfinleys
Next to the color it say see all 65 colors. You'll find your color there.
Answered by: Cleegreen
Date published: 2019-04-24

Does it need anything else t go with it i.e. developer or toner? Or does it stand alone?

Asked by: Kathy Roy
It needs developer. I have light brown hair and the 20 developer works great. 
Answered by: KATHtheRD
Date published: 2019-05-26

Is 6 RN also called Sunny Auburn ?

Asked by: Jane Lane 76
According to my swatch book, it's only called 6RN. If you pull reddish naturally, it may be too bright, mix with 6N, if that's the case.
Answered by: NOLAJamie in GAP
Date published: 2019-02-27

I have a very dark brown hair color I want to go with the 3rn medium red brown what developer should I use?

Asked by: Ashlash1
20 
Answered by: queenyaya
Date published: 2019-02-27

how well does this product cover gray hair? I have used clairol age defy, will this produce similar results? (healthy hair, good color) I am not unhappy w/ that product, just unable to obtain it.

Asked by: lhair1234
I don't know what Color you use, but I combine 1N and 2N and use a 20 developer.  I'm 80% gray/white with almost black hair naturally (or what's left of my natural color).  I have great coverage.  My hair is thick and a bit coarse.  I don't know if my hair texture makes a difference, but I hope that this helps a little.  My hairdresser told me exactly what I needed to buy though.  After 20 years of coloring my hair many different colors, I trust her completely.  Always ask a professional first.  They know exactly what you would need.  I hope this helps.
Answered by: tooyoungtobegray
Date published: 2020-08-03

what is the ratio of dye to 20 developer? It is not covering the gray

Asked by: dyecutjanet
Ratio is 1:1.  If it’s  not covering well, you can  use less developer, or put client under dryer for 10 to 15 minutes. 
Answered by: Sharona99
Date published: 2019-02-12

Is everything in this box or do you have to mix with something else

Asked by: Sandra49
You need developer too.
Answered by: Quadsn1j
Date published: 2019-02-07

I always use 6AA. I really like the color. My natural color is light brown. I’m dyeing to,cover,my grey. Should I use 10V or 20V? I don’t like the red tint to come through, that I naturally have. 

Asked by: Franklin510
10 Volume (10V / 3% peroxide) developer will deposit color and make the hair darker that is was. It works by just barely opening the cuticle enough to deposit pigment. Therefore, if you are doing any type of color in which you need to just deposit color without lift (including most toners), this is what you need to use. 20 Volume (20V / 6% peroxide) developer is the most commonly used. First off, it is optimal for covering grey hair. Also, you’d use it to stay anywhere around the level your hair already is, or to lift 1-2 levels. 30 Volume (30V / 9% peroxide) will lift the hair up to 3 levels higher and is commonly used with lightener. 40 Volume (40V / 12% peroxide) will lift the hair up to 4 levels. It is often used with lightener or high-lift blondes. Some high-lift colors even require double-40V for extra lift. Do keep in mind that 40V used with lightener can be tragically damaging if used incorrectly.
Answered by: vincenzo
Date published: 2020-06-02

My hair tends to have a gold undertone and even using 30 volume toner for 30 mins doesn’t work. Would the 12v with a 30 volume help get the platinum look I want? 

Asked by: Annoyed in small town
You don’t say how light your hair is, and if it’s natural or bleached. The shade you start with is super critical. If it’s as light as it can go, 12v and 30 vol should do it. Keep in mind that toner fades like any other haircolor and needs to be reapplied regularly. If you’re not sufficiently light make sure you remove any residual color to get the best platinum possible. My hair is naturally white now and I still get a gold-ish undertone so I tone with Ion Chrome. 
Answered by: Appletunia
Date published: 2019-02-22

Did this color used to be numbered 74G?

Asked by: Lois Fisher
6g/74g
Answered by: ellenbrown
Date published: 2019-01-31

I’m using Clairol 5NN but my hair which is dark brown gets an orang-ish tone which I don’t like. Question:  which other color should I mix with the 5NN to prevent this

Asked by: Peggy Palmer
I agree with the 10 volume developer. 10 volume will only deposit the color (not lift the color) and I use this myself otherwise I get too much red coming through and it doesn't look natural. Now, when I touch up my roots it blends perfectly.
Answered by: KristenH1
Date published: 2019-01-15

I WAS SOLD 2 COLORS... ICED LAVENDER AND HIGH LIFT COOL BLONDE AND 40 DEVELOPER... HOW DO I USE THEM?

Asked by: TSHILLOW73
This apparently is high lift  with 40 volume.what are you trying to achieve sounds to me you have darker hair 40 vol. to lift and lavender are you looking for that look?(light purple)
Answered by: Gingertaylor12
Date published: 2018-12-29

Does this come out with red in it

Asked by: Victorianir
There are a variety of red shades available.
Answered by: itsshawnkyle
Date published: 2018-12-27

Can I add and excellerator product with this

Asked by: Shayla g
....decided to go with "wella" and "blonde brilliance" products for lightner, color and toner. I'm super excited I will keep everyone posted. Shaylag.
Answered by: Shayla g
Date published: 2019-02-02

I have dark & lovely golden bronze in my hair and 2 days after dying it the gray is showing which i can deal with for now rather than putting another color. I just don't have a shine

Asked by: 4BeanyHair
Clairol Soy4Plex crime permanent hair color lasts for four weeks.
Answered by: AnneFran
Date published: 2018-12-14

Can i use 30v developer?

Asked by: princesspebbles
Yes I have used 30v developer, but my cosmologist said it would probably be best to use 20v, not sure why, but I had just finished a bottle of 30, and needed to get a new one, so I asked.
Answered by: cindaZoo
Date published: 2019-01-30

I received a sample of clairol 10v lavender ice.  Can I use this on my highlighted blonde/brown hair?

Asked by: Tamijoy1957
You can if you want purple/grey hair.
Answered by: Sharona99
Date published: 2018-11-18

Currently have highlighted hair looking for super cool toned dark ask blonde/ light brown aka the mushroom brown trend. Will 6AA be a good fit? 10 or 20 developer?

Asked by: JEssAnneD
Personally, I think you should mix 6N and 6AA together with 10 volume.  Usually too much ash on highlighted hair will look gray.
Answered by: Janolyn911
Date published: 2018-11-13

Can an ash color cover a light red dyed color?

Asked by: Marcia qualls
I don't know but I do know the ash colors give a green tint to blonde hair.
Answered by: Bonde for years
Date published: 2019-04-10

Is Clairol permanent creme color 5NN the same as 5N? 5N is what I buy in the store.

Asked by: kimb1957
5NN=Rich, Neutral. 5N=Neutral. I personally, like the NN colors, best. They are richer.
Answered by: PegasusCMF
Date published: 2018-12-07

What color brown or mixes with toner do I need to get a brown red multi dimensional color without bleaching/lifting color? (new to this) My hair is dark brown with some fading caramel highlights.

Asked by: Reigny22
My hair used to be medium brown, I have been wearing it an auburn shade since before my children were born (60 years) I use Clairol 1/2 oz 6RN and &1/2 oz7RN with a tiny bit of 5R to make more darker red. I get many compliments on the color. Your might have to experiment a little to get the color exactly where you want it. The amount used depends on the length. equal amount of 20 vol developer.
Answered by: peggymc59
Date published: 2019-03-26

I have very dark brown hair almost black, trying to get the 30% grey out. Can you please recommend a specific developer? Same brand, just need the name and number?

Asked by: HomeHairColor
I use Clairol Soy4Plex creme, 20 standard lift.  Covers gray, works great.
Answered by: Carolbrrt
Date published: 2018-12-16

Previously colored from dark to light ash brown. Top layer & roots took lil lighter than bottom. When I touched up roots tried to even out with medium ash brown but lighter areas did not darken enough.Use light or med brown to even out & which developer?

Asked by: vrsanchez
When I do my roots, I use the stronger developer 20 for thorough coverage. I use developer 10 for the previously colored hair, since it's only to refresh the overall color.
Answered by: Sandra65
Date published: 2020-03-13
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