Peroxide

Peroxide

 Peroxide alters the colour of your hair by removing the natural pigment, which allows the new colour to replace it. It is an activator which you mix with colour, and bleach to lighten the hair. However, it should only be used by professionals who are aware of the damage peroxide can cause to your strands. Before any colour service, your hairdresser will invite you to a consultation. During a consultation, your hairdresser will assess your hair. By doing so, your hairstylist will be able to determine which strength of peroxide your hair can handle.

 

The Different Strengths of Peroxide

 We have different strengths of peroxide available for you buy to suit all of your colouring needs. The lowest strength we have to offer is 3.5 vol. This strength is excellent for client’s whose hair isn’t in the best condition. It will minimise further damage to their strands but still deposit the pigment into the hair’s cortex. The highest strength we have available is 40 vol. However, it is important to remember that using a higher strength could compromise the hair’s integrity. Another element to consider during the colouring service is how long you leave the formula on the hair. A longer processing time can increase the risk of damaging the client’s strands. The other strengths you can purchase from us are 10 vol, 20 vol, and 30 vol. During any colour service, we would recommend using Fiber Fix No.1 Bond Fixer. It can be mixed into your formula along with the peroxide to protect the hair fibre throughout the technical service.

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