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Color Tools

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Before you Colour

Pop the colour proof cape on your friend, who should be wearing a front-opening robe or shirt. Find an apron for yourself to keep things tidy and professional.

Start by combing your friend’s hair to get rid of all tangles. We recommend a wide-toothed comb since it reduces breakage. Newly combed hair helps the colour go on smoother and assists colour absorption into detangled sections.

Sectioning helps keep hair and colour manageable and organised through the colouring process. We provide you with 4 clips in your full set of reusable salon accessories to clip your hair neatly up.

Separate the hair into four equal parts at the top of the head in the standard ‘hot-cross bun’ configuration.

Start by parting the hair down the middle with a comb and then part it from ear to ear. Twist and clip the hair in place for a more manageable colouring experience.

Apply your Barrier Oil Stain Guard

Use the Barrier Oil sachets to border your friend’s hairline and keep the colour from staining their skin. Open the sachet and wipe some of the oil on their forehead, ears, and neck to avoid skin stains.

Colour Mixing:  Follow the instructions and mix the colour and developer using the tint bowl and brush, and you’re ready to colour.

Apply colour like a pro for pro results

You know how the colourist in the salon uses a color little bowl, brush and gets it just right? You can do that too, whilst keeping your benches super neat and your colour just where you need it.

We ship a complete set of reusable salon accessories, so you can have a complete home salon set-up. Salon colour and tools gets you a long way towards achieving salon results at home.

Here’s why.

The time to shine for the bowl and brush colour application technique is regrowth applications or colour touch-ups. The brush allows you to apply colour only on regrowth so you can avoid overlapping colour, which can lead to darker horizontal bands of colour in your hair where colour has overlapped.

Working with sectioned hair also lets you clearly see the line between new growth and old colour. The brush lets you take the colour right up to the line, so get your colour placement just right.

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