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Resistant Grays Permanent Creme Hair Color

Excellence by L'Oreal
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Resistant Grays Permanent Creme Hair Color

Excellence by L'Oreal

Resistant Grays Permanent Creme Hair Color is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 833.
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  • Maximum coverage on the most resistant gray hair Rich creme formula with easy, no-drip application Patented 'Gray Seeking Dyes' penetrates Auto-Protection Conditioning System
    L'Oreal Excellence Creme Resistant Gray Haircolor covers resistant gray with no pre-softening required. Long-lasting permanent haircolor. L'Oreal Excellence Creme Resistant Gray haircolors have patented 'Gray Seeking Dyes' that penetrates gray hair to deliver extra concentrated, long-lasting color that ensures coverage of the most resistant gray hair. The Non-drip creme formula gives the best possible conditioning for your hair.


    Unique Anti-breakage Ceramide R Complex penetrates the hair cortex to condition and protect against breakage. The auto-protection conditioning system helps protect and reinforce the hair’s inner structure both during and after coloring. Special polymers and conditioning agents provide gentle care to dry, permed or chemically relaxed hair.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very disappointed I have always used this product but I just used it going from brown back to blonde and it did not even touch my hair color. Not at all. Have never had this issue before. I knew that going from brown back to blonde might take a few colorings but it did not even lighten it and chose the lightest blonde they had. Shade 02
Date published: 2020-01-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love Light Auburn! I just absolutely love this hair color! I naturally have dark brown hair and at age 40, there are some very pesky grays. This not only takes care of the gray, but most people believe that this is my natural color! It turns my hair more of a medium auburn than the picture on the box but I'm cool with that and it's so natural looking! My hair feels soft and the color is perfect! I can see why it's called Excellence!
Date published: 2019-12-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Never Fails Best gray coverage. Does not dry out hair. Does not fade.
Date published: 2019-12-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Like the color but instructions are wrong and conf I followed the direction but it said if it wasn't your 1st time coloring your hair do not use the serum. So this wasn't my first time coloring so I didn't use it. Well the bottle I noticed after dying my hair said TO USE THE SERUM. So as my hair is drying it is extremely dry and frizzy. Something that never happens to my hair. Please fix your instructions as now I want to wash my hair.
Date published: 2019-12-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Disappointed I used laoreal hair colour 6.3 but my hair from top of head dyed not rest of hairs get colour .grey hair coverage is very poor .no laroreal hair colour gives white hair coverage .I want to use this product because it does not damaged hair .kindly improve your qaulity of product
Date published: 2019-12-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Color is NOT the same I got the color 7 1/2 which was supposed to be a ash blonde.. and it looks copper on my hair. My hair is literally orange. The formula left my hair soft and doesnt feel damaged but the color is WAY different and not what I expected...
Date published: 2019-12-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Did the formula change?? I have been buying this product for years and up until recently was very happy. I’ve notice that the color doesn’t last as used to. Also some gray hairs do not take the color. What happened?? I am going to switch companies for my hair coloring needs.
Date published: 2019-12-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Gray did not cover! Extremely frustrated I left the color on more than 25 minutes trying to get it to cover and it did not. When I rinsed it out I still had gray roots. I have colored my hair for ten years and have never had an issue. My old brand was out of stock so I thought I would try yours. Extremely frustrated because I will have to wait another six weeks to recolor it and my roots will be twice as long and gray!
Date published: 2019-12-04
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Hi. Is this color whith amaniaco?

Asked by: Blanchis77
Hello, do you mean ammonia? Yes, this product has ammonia as an ingredient.
Answered by: Marla387
Date published: 2018-09-21

Is this buy 3 get one free loreal resistant gray

Asked by: Kathy ramaglia
Yes the regular hair color is in a more purple box. Resistant gray coverage is the blue box.
Answered by: 123Carol
Date published: 2018-10-25

What strength developer do you use with this

Asked by: Ropino307
I been using for years,40 developer 
Answered by: Yiayia1957
Date published: 2019-01-20

Is Resistent Gray Permanent Color the replacement for Loreal Excellence? Is Excellence still available?

Asked by: SheriEdd
I believe it’s the same. However this type is for resistant gray. There is also another regular L’Oréal hair color for normal hair, I’m not sure of the name. I do believe however that you are correct.
Answered by: 123Carol
Date published: 2018-03-30

I am looking for red/auburns in the resistant gray formula..... all reds have been eliminated....pls rethink this. Many of us love the reds and rely on them ... Loreal is good but they stopped all reds in resistant grays.....pls rethink this

Asked by: leelee01
All you need to do is use the brown one level lighter, then use a semi-permanent in the color you want. They probably discontinued the reds because 1) reds are the hardest color to get in the hair 2) grey is the hardest to take any color, especially if you have more than 50% grey. 3) probably too many complaints/returns or not selling due to inconsistent results. Red on mostly grey=hot roots. Best results for grey is neutral base!
Answered by: KaleeMee
Date published: 2018-09-15

Is 6.5 light mohagony brown going to be discontinued?

Asked by: Sban6049
I have no idea! Ask Sally!
Answered by: LMstrait
Date published: 2018-04-05

medium mahogany color?

Asked by: leelee01
yes the product is great but all the reds have been stopped and many of us rely on resistant grays by Loreal in the auburn family - mahogany colors. Need to bring at least one back please,,,, they took away light, medium and dark auburn!
Answered by: leelee01
Date published: 2018-05-06

I'm not looking for red. Is it red or brown?

Asked by: Michelle Tx
It’s a light golden brown. I’ve never had any red highlights. Hope this is helpful.
Answered by: 123Carol
Date published: 2018-03-03

Do you need to mix this with something

Asked by: Kimbosue
Yes. # 30 Crème developer. Directions are on the bottle.
Answered by: LMstrait
Date published: 2018-03-12

I am looking for the L'Oreal 5.6x Medium Auburn Brown. Will you be getting that back in stock?

Asked by: Sheila J
I am a patron, not management. You will need to call the store.
Answered by: Puffy444
Date published: 2018-04-23

Can i pick up these items in freeport long island store

Asked by: Rosetrix
I have found them in every store across the country that I visit. Problem is they are often out of the colors I use 7 and 8. They seem to only get 2 boxes per order. I love the results, I now mostly order 6 months worth on line......
Answered by: Lynne1234
Date published: 2017-12-26

This color turned my grey hair yellow gold?! How do I fix it

Asked by: Manda101416
I have been using this product for over 15 years. I use a 20 cream developer and fill to 3 oz quantity to mix with the whole tube of colorerent. Since grey is difficult to cover, I typically leave on for approx. 45-50 mins. I do this only for root coloring. It sounds like perhaps you didn't leave it on long enough or something went wrong with the mix...Best of luck
Answered by: Marla387
Date published: 2017-12-13

what is the proportion of dye and peroxide

Asked by: lucia vazquez
I use 1 3/4 ounce developer to 1 1/2 ounce color. 
Answered by: SylRosie
Date published: 2018-05-01

Do Excellance colors for resisted gray run darker?

Asked by: Cel27sth
yes but not much 6x will be black. but it really works where others do not. i would suggest yo add a lighter shade to your base shade to lighten it up and also give it a variance in the color so it will not look so uniform. the black will turn out coal black. the 8 will come out light brown. hope this helps.
Answered by: mainse08
Date published: 2018-03-13

What does 5Xmeans ? I used-medium brown 5X to color the roots ,It really covered the gray but my hair turned the lighter shade of black which lighter coloro I can try next time to lightened my hair to be brown ?

Asked by: Annefrance
6X is what I use and it is a nice shade of brown without red tones. It is darker on previously colored hair so I leave on roots longer than the rest of my hair.  I use this for all over color to hide the gray and then add blond highlights.
Answered by: CrazyMom
Date published: 2017-10-30

Brought 3 natural black darkest brown my hair is naturally black but roots are gray how much creme developer to use with 1.75 tube hair about to my ear

Asked by: Betty1970
2 1/2 oz. developer per box of color is what I use. when I first started to color my hair, I noticed it didn't say so I asked the employee there and that is what I was told.
Answered by: Chameleon10_6
Date published: 2018-03-31

I would like to cover grey roots, what would be the best volume percentage of developer should I use?

Asked by: laurabel
I use Oreor creme 20 volume and I am happy with the results.
Answered by: Debbie M
Date published: 2018-03-31

I spend a lot of time outside gardening and swimming, and even though I wear a hat except when I'm in the pool, my 8A Ash Blonde fades to a very pale blonde about a week after coloring it. Is there a product that would hold up longer?

Asked by: koenig67
You should contact a high end stylist for their opinion. All color washes out - so I'm not sure if you can avoid that or not. Sorry I cannot be more helpful.
Answered by: Puffy444
Date published: 2017-12-18

are these on sale buy one get 50% off one

Asked by: JudyBurton
No buy 3 get 1 free
Answered by: Linas1983
Date published: 2017-04-05

how long to you leave the color on

Asked by: andrea doria
I leave it on 45 minutes to 1 hr.
Answered by: af47inaz
Date published: 2018-03-31

Which covers gray hair better the creme resistant gray hair color or the gray coverage?

Asked by: Nennypenny
The resistant covers the best and can be left on 45 minutes for stubborn gray that is really hard to cover.
Answered by: Stayingyoung49
Date published: 2018-03-31

Do you shampoo your hair first

Asked by: Neicy
I usually shampoo and only lightly condition my hair before going to bed at night with the intention of coloring my hair the next day. Like another person said, I think it is best to have your hair free of other products when you do it too.
Answered by: Karenn70
Date published: 2016-12-22

What's the difference between this product and L'Oréal's excellence Crème Gray Coverage?

Asked by: LeesaMarie
It helps cover resistant greys easier. I have used both. I also prefer the mahogany color I get.
Answered by: butterfly7
Date published: 2017-01-31

Besided the color cream what else do i need?

Asked by: Heidi Lujan
You need a mixing container (squeeze bottle), a plastic coloring bowl, an application brush and 30 (or 20) volume creme developer. Total cost: under $12 depending on how much developer you purchase. You put the developer into the squeeze bottle (measured - read the label on the color cream for instructions) and then add the color cream. Put the top on and mix well! Good luck!
Answered by: Puffy444
Date published: 2017-04-06

How much developr needs to be added in color?

Asked by: NB
When I color my hair I only use 1/2 the tube (of color), so I only use half the amount of developer which is 1.25 ounces. If you use the entire tube it recommends 2 1/2 ounce developer.
Answered by: mmcs
Date published: 2017-05-13

What developer should I use with L'Oreal Resistant Grays haircolor

What developer should I use with L'Oreal's Resistant Grays hair color line? I'll be using Light Golden Brown hair color.
Asked by: rloflyer
I use L'Oreal Oreor Creme, Volume 20. (I am 2-3 shades from my natural color)
Answered by: mmcs
Date published: 2016-12-01

My wife has black hair she is looking for black onyx what do I need I got the 30 developer

Asked by: Rbobby88

What color is replacing L'Oréal blindest blond B3 or can it be ordered

Asked by: Freddyjo

Does this product color African American hair

Asked by: Ms Deborah

I am looking for loreal excellence creme gray coverage # 10 lightest natural blonde. I have to go to the store and bug it. Why i cant find it here to irder?

Asked by: Yiayia1957
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