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Jazzing Temporary Hair Color

Jazzing by Clairol Professional
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Jazzing Temporary Hair Color

Jazzing by Clairol Professional

Jazzing Temporary Hair Color is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 129.
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  • Can be used as temporary hair color immediately after a relaxer service Temporary (without heat) or Semi-permanent (with heat) hair color For natural, colored, permed or relaxed hair Ammonia and peroxide free
    Clairol Jazzing translucent shades spice up colored, permed and relaxed hair with temporary (without heat) or semi-permanent (with heat) results. Can be used immediately following a relaxer service. Ammonia and peroxide free.
  • Apply directly from bottle to towel-dried hair in sections. Use protective cream around the hairline and keep off the scalp.

    Timing for Temporary Hair Color: Process 5-10 minutes. Rinse and shampoo.

    Timing for Semi-Permanent Hair Color: Cover hair with plastic cap. Process under warm dryer for up to 30 minutes. Rinse and shampoo. Heat is not recommended immediately following a relaxer. 

  • To blend gray, we recommend using 78 Crème Soda, 80 Toasted Chestnut, 94 Ebony, 96 Coffee Bean or 99 Bluest Black.

    To brighten natural hair color, select a shade 1-2 levels lighter than natural color.

    For a vivid color, apply to pre-lightened hair. For a shine boost, use 10 Clear.

    Maintain and extend the life of your color with Clairol Professional's iThrive Color Vibrancy Care System.

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Not bad. Just not for me. Easy to apply, not messy, brighter than I wanted. It would help if the packaging revealed the actual color a little better. I ordered both the red hot and the spiced cognac because I couldn't tell which would be best (I wanted a copper color). With the bottles side-by-side it was impossible to tell the difference. Both were actually too bright, but I could get by with the spiced cognac. I'd like to try a shade darker but its difficult to tell which is next in the steps from bright to dark.
Date published: 2019-11-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Longevity How long would the product last in my hair with heat and without heat. It is a dark brown and i want to try this.
Date published: 2019-11-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Jazzing is Unique Have allergy to permanent dyes. This has been the only haircolor I am able to use.
Date published: 2019-10-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Gives single tone hair shine and dimension I have naturally 3B fine, curly hair that goes several inches beyond my shoulders. I was growing tired of my light brown to blonde ombré and decided to move back to a brunette - after two colorings I achieved an all-around decent medium 5N brown...I had forgotten how one-dimensional single-colored hair is! I decided to pick up a Jazzing clear and the next day applied it to my damp hair. I only used half a bottle and left it on about 45 minutes - I probably applied the blow drier a few times for a total of 7-8 minutes, tops. Once I rinsed it out, I felt like I could tell immediately that it was much more shiny! For kicks, I straightened it as that is the true test of shine - to get that band of sheen across your hair when the light hits it....and there it was! I was ecstatic with the results, ease of use, and the price. I figure I will sample the browns if my color fades a bit to add that newly colored pop back. I didn’t know this was even a thing but am so glad I found it!
Date published: 2019-08-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Add some spice into your life. My go to. My return to. Fab results. Always reliable.
Date published: 2019-07-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love it Excellent non harsh product covers gray and rinses during hair wash long lasting
Date published: 2019-07-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Disappointed This dye doesn’t work well at all. I followed the instructions and correct time to leave on hair. But after I washed it, nothing stayed on the hair. So disappointing
Date published: 2019-06-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Healthy color! Great product, when you use with a dryer the results can last me 3 months.
Date published: 2019-05-23
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Clear says use without heat - how do you get gloss retention? I've found it only lasts until the next shampoo.

Asked by: Rachael F
It’s starts to wash out on the first shampoo  .. took a few times, but I purposely bought it for its ability to work well once and then go back to my normal hair color.
Answered by: HelloBrisket
Date published: 2019-12-07

I have blonde hair and wanted to try to dye half my hair black without damaging my hair and I want it temporary only? How many washes will it take to wash out?

Asked by: Ashley26
10-15 washings
Answered by: MicroDot
Date published: 2019-12-03

If I use with heat, will this cover my mostly grey hair? I would use the Brown shade.

Asked by: ElleNelle
No. Black will cover the gray.
Answered by: Kyletexas
Date published: 2019-06-17

Is this product all I need to dye my hair or would I need anything else

Asked by: Anonymous
You don't need anything else, but use a leave in condition after the dye
Answered by: Pammoney
Date published: 2019-06-17

I have dark brown hair how will the color “cherry cola” look 

Asked by: Karinarni65
You will get a hue of the cherry cola . When putting a color on dark brown hair. It will be more noticeable outside in the sun, and or when by any source of lighting inside. It is best to slightly lighten some pieces with a bleach using a volume 10 or 20. When bringing up some lighter sections of your dark brown hair. You will get a brighter effect of the cherry cola.
Answered by: Chera1108
Date published: 2019-06-13

I have bleached blonde hair and want to go dark for photo shoot. How temporary is this hair dye or how long does it last?

Asked by: AyeYo123
With bleached blonde hair, Jazzing will probably last for quite a few shampoos. You probably should not depend on it washing out very easily.
Answered by: Jazzy 72
Date published: 2019-06-27

If I am highlighting my hair with jazzling spiced cognac do I use developer?

Asked by: Gigi holley
No. Jazzing is temporary, no developer needed. It's also deposit only, so unless your hair is already light, you're not likely to achieve your desired results.
Answered by: NaturallyCherry
Date published: 2019-04-26

I have blonde hair will this work on me and turn out the color it says?

Asked by: Tami 333
Hello, I know this works great on hair with no pigment, and the results are usually very close if not on the mark, but like I said with white hairs with no pigment.  I don’t know what shade of blonde you have. I can tell you that this product does not have peroxide nor ammonia, so there will be no lifting of your current color, but also no damage.  If you are blond with a predominant yellow under tone, and you use a color with a blue under tone, you could end up with greenish hair.  From your question, I don’t know what you are wanting to accomplish. If you are a blond that is developing white hairs, yes you could use a blond tint from this product to coat those white hairs. If you are a dark blond with white hairs, a lightish blond tint would not tint your dark blond hairs, only coat those hairs, but only the white hairs giving you highlights. The same for say dark brown hair with white hairs. If that person used say a reddish color that was lighter than their brown hairs, the tint would only coat the brown hair, but not change the look of the brown hairs, but the white hairs would come out the color of the tint, again giving a high lighted effect.  If you are a blond with no white hairs, and you are just wanting to try a different look, such as go darker, you just have to remember unless you are a reddish blond, stay away from any tint with a blue base.
Answered by: AngelBarbela
Date published: 2019-03-20
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