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IHS-BES Colour Lock Colour Check 170 ml 5.98 Fl. Oz

IHS-BES Colour Lock Colour Check 170 ml 5.98 Fl. Oz

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BES  COLOUR LOCK COLOUR CHECK pH5,5

 Salon service:

Cosmetic hair cream to be used in association with an oxidation cosmetic color.

Product setting:
It allows controlling the reflection of the color to obtain more neutral tones and a more balanced neutralization.

Plus:
It gives the opportunity to keep the color on longer, without any accumulation of color or unwanted reflections.

Technical characteristics:
It creates micro emulsions between the coloring pigments that slow down the process by balancing the deposit of color.

Result:
It safely optimizes the expression of the nuance, conditioning the hair at the same time.

Description

COSMETIC CREAM FOR PERFECT COLOR CONTROL

Cosmetic hair cream to be used in association with an oxidation cosmetic color. It allows to control the reflection of the color to obtain more neutral tones and a more balanced neutralization. It gives the opportunity to keep the color on longer, without any accumulation of color or unwanted reflections. It creates micro emulsions between the coloring pigments that slow down the process by balancing the deposit of color. It safely optimizes the expression of the nuance, conditioning the hair at the same time. Directions: Mix Colour Lock Colour Check with the coloring cream in a 1:1 ratio while keeping unchanged the ratio between the coloring cream and the activator/developer. Apply the cream following the usual most appropriate method. Let processing for the desired time, visually checking the development of the color. Rinse and proceed with washing.

HOW!

– It checks the development and deposit of the color
– It moderates the alkaline action of lighter nuances when used to neutralize and not to lighten
– It manages the oxidative action
– It performs a compensating and balancing action, allowing to operate with extreme tranquility even using nuances with high neutralizing power
– It provides restructuring and conditioning substances and increases the duration of the color
– Keratin is absorbed by the hair cuticles during the coloring process.

It guarantees an immediate reconstruction of the hair fiber.
The result is a more natural looking hair,
healthier and easier to comb.

WHEN?

– With all types of permanent and demi-permanent hair color.
– To avoid color changes or unwanted color effects.
– To control and manage the deposit of pigments and the processing times.
– For toning and neutralizing pre-treated or high porous hair.

– To avoid anti-aesthetic effects due to the accumulation of color such as metallization, opacity, and undertone expressions.
After applying the shade on the roots, add Colour Check to the color and apply it on lengths and ends.

Example: ROOTS 50g Hi-Fi 4.0 + 50g OXIBES 20 Vol.
LENGHTS and ENDS 50g Hi-Fi 4.0 + 50g Colour Check + 50g OXIBES 20 Vol.

– To control the re-pigmentation and pre-pigmentation processes.
Example of Pre-pigmentation with Hi-Fi 5.92: ON NOT RECEPTIVE HAIR OR WITH A HIGH PERCENTAGE OF WHITE HAIR
30g Hi-Fi 5.0 + 30g Hi-Fi 5.32 + 10g Colour Check + 60 g OXIBES 0 Vol.
Without rinsing, remove the product and proceed with normal application of Hi-Fi 5.92


– To revive, restore, polish and enhance the color on damaged, dry and brittle hair:
Example: 50g Hi-Fi 7.21 + 5g Colour Check + 50 g OXIBES 20 Vol.

– Used as a “clear” color when you wish to dilute the original nuance:
Example: 30g Hi-Fi F.98 + 30g Colour Check + 30g OXIBES 10 Vol.
To obtain a light blue color instead of an electric blue color


TO AVOID THE INSULATION OF LOCKS THROUGH ALUMINUM FOIL OR OTHER MATERIALS.

Example using 3 nuances: 8.63 – F.16 – 7.21 (each lock a different color).

For an application from the bottom up, after having colored the first lock, apply a light amount of Color Check on the upper surface of the lock and proceed to color the next lock above.
In this way, in the areas of contact between the locks, the colors will blend together, matching and avoiding the formation of spots, trappings or lines of demarcation.


TO AVOID LINES OF DEMARCATION EFFECTS WHEN A SHADE IS APPLIED ON BLEACHED, LIGHTENED OR COLORED HAIR.

ROOT: Apply the chosen shade following the desired method.

MIDSHAFTS and LENGTHS: Apply the same shade following the desired method. After applying the color, proceed by applying Color Check by massaging the lock between your fingers, blending the color at the line of demarcation level.

ENDS: Mix the chosen shade with Color Check and the developer in a 1: 1: 1 ratio (1 part of Color – 1 part of Color Check – 1 part of Developer) and apply on the ends. This process helps to rebalance the pH of the hair and to make the color adhere more evenly.


TO NEUTRALIZE OR TONING THE ROOT WITH LEVELS 9 OR 10 AFTER TOTAL LIGHTENING.

Example: Neutralization with Hi-Fi 10.12
Apply 10.12 40 g + Color Check 20 g + Oxibes 10 Vol. 40 g.
In this way, the alkalinity of ammonia is lowered by decreasing the aggressive strength of the color on a reddened or sensitive scalp.
In this case the mixing ratio is 2: 1: 2 (2 parts of Color – 1 part of Color Check – 2 parts of Developer).



 

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