Black Cherry Permanent Creme Hair Color

Black Cherry Permanent Creme Hair Color



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  • Black Cherry
  • Chrome


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  • Black Cherry
    Color Black CherryChrome

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  • Enriched with Pequi and Argan Oil
  • Unparalleled hydrating action
  • Luxurious long lasting color
  • Low Ammonia
  • PPD Free

ion color Brilliance Master Colorist Series Permanent Creme Hair Color utilizes pure ionic micro pigments for deeper, more intense color. This new tonal series in permanent hair color combines warm pastel pigments with saturated matte dyes to create a melting of colors. Intense pigmentation energized by luminescent micro pigments provide a metallized, polished finish.


ion Hair Color’s superior quality, proprietary blends are formulated in Italy by our expert team of chemists to deliver unparalleled results. ion's unique system combines the finest quality natural and exotic ingredients with powerful high-tech compounds to achieve exquisite, brilliant color with superior gray coverage. ion Hair Color science relies on the power of micro-pigmentation—ion's microscopic pigment molecules oxidize slower, allowing them to penetrate deep into the cortex of each hair strand for long-lasting, fade-resistant color.


These formulas are PPD-free and enriched with Hyaluronic Acid, Argan Oil, Pequi Oil, and botanicals to nourish and strengthen hair from within. Not to mention, Ion Hair Color is gentle on hair, containing up to 38% less ammonia than the leading professional brands on the market. Unlock your hair’s true potential with Ion’s cutting-edge, salon-quality color science and bring home vibrance like never before.

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Master Colorist Series Permanent Creme Hair Color is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 38.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from did nothing I have chestnut color treated hair and this did absolutely nothing. I suppose I will have to lighten my hair and try again.
Date published: 2018-02-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Going...going...gone... Chrome!! I had gone to salon to get that ashy/smokey gray. lasted only 1-2 washes. not worth $100 each session. I am dark brown/black with whites coming in. ombred to level 9-10 at salon. After a second wash and color was gone, I went to sally's and bought Ion 20 dev. and 2 tubeses Ion Chrome, bleach. I did some research online about how some others with similar hair came up with recipes for great gray hair. I have thick and fine hair...alot...shoulder length with waves. I further bleached it to roots which went brassy as I expected. I used Wella t18 toner with 20 dev as directed. Still had brassy roots...about an inch. Then I used 1:2, Chrome:20dev. with what I call 2 pea-sized drops of ION Midnight Blue Black mixed in. Leaving about 2 inches from roots, I applied my Chrome recipe to damp, towel-dried hair. I then mixed half a cheap box of hair color from drugstore, dark brown/black and mixed in a pea-sized drop of ION Midnight Blue Black, and applied to roots and gently blended downward for my own ombre effect. I only used this because it was what I had from coloring my hair dark before this gray trend I set off for began; it was a last minute decision-remedy for my orange roots. So I left it all on 1 hr. Rinsed cool water til water ran clear. Applied ION sealer conditioner for about 5 minutes. Rinsed. Color keeps for a good week strong as I only wash my hair about 1-2/week (no hairsprays, gels, etc.) The color begins to fade week 2, but very gradually due to my hair-washing needs. The key for me is the Midnight Blue Black because it is a darker smokey blue-gray, which I love. And the darker colors typically fade more gradual, for me anyways, giving way to a silvery gray (chrome) eventually to a light grayish-ashy blonde. This fade process takes a full month for me. Remember the words permanent, semi, demi, and temporary dyes are just labels for the actual chemical color application process taking place on, in and with your hair follicles. It's not really permanent as our natural hair color is. It's all temporary, some lasting longer than others respectively to each persons' own hair follicles' timing due to porosity, health, and naturally existing peroxide which causes our graying and fading of color applications! Play around with your own concoction, starting with a little bit at a time, a hidden section at a time. Your hair follicle can turn certain dyes into confusion giving you green or mossy hair means your hair needs another achieve the color you desire, or possibly a color additive such as Wella 50, to counteract color deterring agents in your hair. Each color application has base colors, like red, yellow, blue, which interacts with your hair's natural or stripped state. Adding toner or additive can help avoid disasters. If you do end up green or brassy...shampoo with regular shampoo until you remove as much color as you can. What's left? orange? add blue toner. Yellow? add purple toner. Green? add red toner. Opposite colors work together to cancel each other out. (look online for color wheels). You can always add more color (depth or saturation), but if you over do any darker color, the longer it takes with more effort to get rid of it.
Date published: 2018-01-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from best color I have ever used I love the black cherry - just the right amount of red without looking like a burning bush. Ion color and developer are gentle to my hair and my scalp. I love the shine and the way the color doesn't fade. I look so natural only better.
Date published: 2017-11-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Black Cherry - A Story So, I purchased this color last year right before a trip abroad. I say this because it's important for later on in this review. I mixed up the color, popped it on my hair and let it go for half an hour, forty five minutes because I started doing something and wanted to let it do it's thing. So, I washed it out and then blow dried my hair to see the true color. I stepped outside in direct sunlight and took pictures of the finished color - it wasn't exactly as dark as I thought it would be because of the finished hue. The color was a strong red-violet. And on my hair, about a professional level 7/8, it took really well, just much more violet than I anticipated. Well, while on vacation (traveling on a train, hotel stays, swimming in lakes, etc), it held up for about two weeks. But, I wasn't taking cool/cold showers. I had short hair then, so I styled it with molding clay, but because of also being involved with a lot of walking in heat, direct sunlight, lake water - the color wouldn't have had a chance. The end result was a muddy brown, which was fine because I love browns and golds. If you're hard on your hair color, then perhaps try a different color line or purchase additional tubes to go back over the color every three to four weeks.
Date published: 2017-10-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great color but short lived I love how vibrant and cool the chrome color is, but after about a month, my hair is yellow blonde again. I've tried additives and purple shampoos but I can't seem to have the color last long. Still is the best at home dye gray color I have found.
Date published: 2017-06-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Just doesn't work I love the Ion brand, but this series did not work. I tried a couple of different reds and it turned muddy and brownish quickly and had no vibrancy. Would not buy again.
Date published: 2017-05-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Looks like oil slick if you've got gray/highlights I was an early grayer, and I have a lot of it. The Midnight Blue Black color makes my hair look like it's had a much more expensive treatment, without any bleaching, and lasts forever on me (I have very thick, very long hair, and I wash it once a week with color safe shampoo). So, it's a cheaper and more gentle alternative to an oil slick color treatment. If you want literally midnight blue hair (on gray or previous highlights) with a dark base, this is the color you've been looking for.
Date published: 2017-05-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome color I got this a couple of weeks ago and I absolutely love it. Just the right amount of red. I will definitely be buying this again
Date published: 2017-05-03
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Is this chrome color like a white are grey

Asked by: Carmen Jones
I'm not sure what your question is. The creme color in the image is a "Permanent" color which will cover grey very well. Permanent color covers grey the best.
Answered by: sarongirl
Date published: 2018-03-16

How does it cover grey hair

Asked by: Lydia440
The red I use initially covers it although it turns out a lighter shade. The "highlights" still look okay, but they only last about a week before the grey comes back in full force.
Answered by: Coloraholic
Date published: 2018-01-05

Would it be okay to mix the black cherry color with another box dye brand like the clairol flare me be you blue for example

Asked by: Selena02
I do not recommend
Answered by: mamajoe3
Date published: 2018-03-07

does this hair dye already contain bleach?

Asked by: simi1700
No, it is a stain.
Answered by: Virgiedoo
Date published: 2017-07-06

I've been dying my hair a plum color for a while and i want to change it to midnight black. With there being slight tones of purple in my hair, do you think that would affect t he blue at all? I'm torn between this brand and Manic Panic.

Asked by: SaraBmeow
since purple is made from blue and red tones I think you should be safe but it's really up to you
Answered by: chmpm5376
Date published: 2017-06-20

My hair is dark brown im dying it midnight blue black. Do i need a developer for hair?

Asked by: Daisy1027
Yes. Usually there are directions on the product. If its a permanent haircolor use 20 volume developer. If its a demi permanent use 10 volume developer. Follow timing according to the instructions provided.
Answered by: DoriB556
Date published: 2017-12-24

If I bought this midnight black should I add anything to it or just put what is in the tube right on my hair or mix with something ?

Asked by: Eliza0610
You will also need a developer
Answered by: Marinemom
Date published: 2017-06-03

What vol developer should I use on bleached blonde hair if I want to use the shade chrome?

Asked by: 2ASNJHN6
20% if you want a darker look, I used a 30% cause My hair is a lighter color & when you have a lighter or blonde hair it does make it pop more. Just make sure you use the Ion hair protector when coloring. But if you bleached your hair you don't want to destroy it by over processing it. Ion hair protector is like Olaplex, it helps bond & color with out damaging your hair too much. So if you use a 30% to mix with the color it will drop the developer to about a 25% to 20%. Which in my opinion would be perfect
Answered by: _Aoishe_
Date published: 2018-01-24
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