LANONE Oxidant 3% 10 Volume Cream Developer for Hair Dye 100ML 1000ML
Oxidant cream is characterized by its easy to mix texture. It ensures brilliant colour results.
The volume developer that you should use depends on the results you want to achieve.
With hair dye low volume developer is enough to lift the hair cuticle just enough for pigment to slip inside, but when bleaching your hair you’ll need a higher volume developer. This is because you need to open the cuticle enough to allow for the natural color pigment to be removed from your hair.
|LANONE Oxidant 3% 10 Volume Cream Developer for Hair Dye 100ML 1000ML
|10 Volume , 20 Volume , 30 Volume , 40 Volume
|Assures consistent uniform color and this product also bleach results
|Rich creme formula that can be used with any tint or bleach
|OEM / ODM
Lanone oxidant cream helps achieve extraordinary results when combined with Lanone color cream or bleaches.
Lanone oxidant, with a pleasant fragrance, when combined with Lanone color cream or bleaches guarantees: adherence to the mixture, full coverage of grey hair, maximum glossiness and long-lasting colours, perfect development of the bleaching action and reduced risk of irritations.
Floral fragrance, in line with the Lanone color cream or bleaches scent.
Available in four variations: 10, 20, 30, 40 volumes.
Peroxide on its own won't do much to lighten your hair. If you apply a moderate strength peroxide to your hair (e.g. 20 or 30 vol.) then you'll see a slight lightening of your natural hair colour over time but for noticeable results you need bleach or dye to boost its lightening power.
Developers are calling activators, and without them hair dye would have absolutely no effect. Developer helps the color penetrate the hair shaft and become permanent. Hydrogen peroxide developer lifts the cuticle layer of the hair and depending on the strength of the activator the cuticle will lift more or less.
Hair developer levels refer to their oxidizing potential, or how much hydrogen peroxide they have. Most bleach and hair color formulas use developer at either 10, 20, 30 or in some cases 40.
Depending on the strength of the developer it can also lift the hair color level a bit. This is why even after removing permanent hair color using color removal products the hair underneath will be lighter than your original virgin hair color.
If you are applying permanent, no-lift hair color. It won’t lift your base hair color significantly, so you should use it when you want to add a tone or tint to the hair, but keeping it at the same color level. Many toners work with 10 vol developer as it’s the least damaging to the hair and all you want is to deposit a tone to cancel unwanted color in your hair. 10 volume developer is only used to open the hair cuticle layer so the color molecules can deposit in the cortex for long term results.
When you want to achieve a lift of one o two levels of hair color. If you have more than 50% grey hair you will need to use 20 volume developer for 100% gray coverage with permanent hair dye. Less than that and you may be able to get away with 10 volume developer, and your grey hair will look like highlights.
You can use 20 volume developer with bleach to lighten hair that is naturally blonde in a more gentle fashion.
It contains hydrogen peroxide. Avoid contact with eyes. In case of accidental contact with eyes,rinse out immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice.Wear disposable gloves.Keep out of reach of children.Do not expose to sun’s rays.Store in a cool place.FOR PROFESSIONAL USE.