- Dimensiones del producto: 6 x 6 x 6 cm ; 118 g
- Número de modelo del producto: HCR 11002
- ASIN: B00265H8NE
- Fecha de disponibilidad en Amazon: 1 de agosto de 2014
- Valoración media de los clientes: 2 opiniones de clientes
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº11.890 en Salud y cuidado personal (Ver el Top 100 en Salud y cuidado personal)
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MANIC PANIC Cream Formula Semi-Permanent Hair Color - Atomic Turquoise
|Precio:||EUR 14,88 (EUR 9,60 / 100 g) Envío gratis.|
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Coloración de cabello 118ml, no probado en animales, una lata tiene una duración de acerca de 2 applicaciónes para el cabello corto, para el cabello de medio una lata tiene una duración de acerca de 1 applicatión. Si el cabello ya son oxigenados la coloración tiene una duración de 4-6 semanas (depende a el tipo de cabello y el color). Los colores pueden ser enviados en versiones differentes (lata o botella). El contenido y la cantidad.
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Bonito color y dura tanto como el de peluquería y mucho más barato.
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If you're going for a pure grey you may be slightly disappointed, because there is a blue tint to this dye (especially in certain light), but it really is a gorgeous color. I would highly recommend it.
a) Don't be afraid to leave it on too long. There is no such thing as too long.
b) Use heat, especially if you're afraid that your hair is too 'undamaged' for the dye to stick.
c) If you go with a colour instead of Virgin Snow, put the excess from your dying process in your conditioner.
d) Whatever shade of Manic Panic you use, use a sulfate free shampoo and conditioner. Your hair loves it and it makes Manic Panic last longer.
e) When you wash your hair, wash your hair under the faucet- cause it needs to be cold. If the water is warm, the colour will come out faster because the hair follicle is open. Manic Panic needs heat because of that same principal. Cold water= shinier hair + longer lasting colour.
I hope I could be helpful for some people and maybe these tips will come in handy for a future dyehard. :) Oh! and if you use a colour- don't let it get on your skin! It will stain it in less than a minute! ^-^
I have jet black Asian hair so I didn't know if this dye would show up on my hair color. Nevertheless, I decided to give it a try because the worst thing that could happen is that the color doesn't show up. I had never dyed my hair before so I was a total noob at dying my hair.
So I sort of followed the directions on the Manic Panic website (checkout this before you dye your hair with Manic Panic[...]). I started off with shampooing my hair the day before and no conditioner. The next day, I woke up early and put newspapers on the bathroom floor to protect it from staining. I also used saran wrap on the bathroom sink to protect it from the dye. Literally, cover every surface that you think the dye will come in contact with (for me, some even got on the walls lol). Next, I sectioned my hair into four sections (so top right, top left, bottom right, bottom left) and I clipped them into place with those little black claw clips. This actually helped me later on. I put Vaseline around my hairline, ears, back and sides of my neck (this actually didn't really help; my skin still stained from the dye). Then, I put on plastic gloves and just used my fingers to distribute the dye. So after I finished one section, I would clip it back in place and then move on to the next section. When I was finished with the dye, I wrapped plastic wrap around the hairline of my hair and covered the rest with a plastic shower cap. I left the dye in for around 7 hours.
Later, I rinsed the dye out with the coldest water I could stand and then gently dried my hair (please use an old towel when doing this because I totally stained my towel completely pink). I waited until my hair was completely dry (this is very important!! Otherwise it will stain everything) and then went to sleep. When I woke up, my pillow was completely pink so I suggest covering your pillow the first 2-3 days after you dye your hair.
So did the color show up? Yes, it did (sort of). In indoor lighting, it appears a medium brown which is very weird but it looks black in pictures. However, in direct sunlight, you can definitely see the color although it's like a dark fuchsia/pink/ red-ish color. I'm actually really happy with it because of it's ability to change color in different lighting. The ends of my hair are actually a tad bit lighter than the roots so the color was more vibrant there. The only downside is that it fades really fast. I wash my hair once a week and when I used shampoo a week after I colored my hair, it turned the shampoo a light pink so I knew the color was coming off :(. So the more you wash your hair, the faster the color will fade.
Oh, also, I have 2-3 inches past shoulder length hair and I only used half of the hair dye.