Do you have any idea what your natural hair color is anymore?
With 85% of women coloring their hair at least once every eight weeks, it’s likely that most of us have no idea what color our hair really is.
Do you love the idea of going to the salon for a new look or to freshen up your color? You come away with hair that has more texture and shine.
Or is it highlights you prefer to add body, depth, and dimension to your hair?
What kind of hair color do most color technicians recommend to keep your hair looking its best? Colorance might be the answer you’re looking for.
Colorance is no ordinary hair color. It is demi-permanent that repairs the structure of your hair. Keep reading to learn more about this amazing hair product.
What is Colorance?
Colorance is a demi-permanent hair color, meaning that it contains no ammonia and it gets under the outer cuticle of your hair. It doesn’t penetrate the strands of hair. Instead, it wraps around the cuticle. The color coats the hair and washes out gradually.
Demi-permanent color is a top choice to blend graying hair, enhance or refresh color, tone down highlights, or for color correction.
Colorance uses patented IntraLipid Technology which was developed to repair damaged hair by replenishing the hair’s lost lipids. 70% of your lost lipids are regenerated by Colorance hair color.
Goldwell Colorance Color Chart
The Colorance color chart has a plethora of colors from which you can choose. It starts out with natural colors and moves to warm blondes, warm browns, and warm reds. Do you like cooler tones? Cool blondes, cool browns, and cool reds are also on the color chart.
If you’re really feeling daring, check out their pastels or intense highlight top chic effects. You’ll find colors like Violet Rose, Cool Tulip, Silver Beige, and Sunset to name a few.
Goldwell Colorance Instructions
Colorance is applied to shampooed, towel-dried hair. Once the lotion and color are thoroughly mixed in the applicator bottle, the colorist will saturate the hair being careful to make sure it is evenly distributed.
The color is left on the hair to process for 5 to 25 minutes, depending on how intense you want the resulting color to be.
If you’re using Colorance cover plus lotion with adding covering power, the colorist will apply it to dry hair and stays on for 30 to 45 minutes. Once the color has processed, your hair is shampooed.
Goldwell Colorance Demi Color
Now that you know what Colorance is, you’ll want to try it on your hair. Our experts at Public Image Ltd. the Salon can add texture and shine to hair with Goldwell Colorance and have you looking and feeling great!
Our master colorist and color technicians are here to listen and come up with the best look for your hair. Contact us today for a complimentary consultation with no obligation.