HD Colors Clear
Give your hair a touch of pastel
Semi-permanent hair color in pastel tones
HD Colors offers a neutral tone called Clear which doesn’t contain color pigments and can be used to soften and neutralize the rest of the fantasty hair color tones.
HD Colors is a hair color concept that cares and repairs for hair as it contains no ammonia (or substitutes), doesn’t have an alkaline pH and doesn’t require peroxides to work. They also contain a conditioning polymer, derived from cellulose, that uses the same magnetic effect as the color pigments to adhere itself to the hair fiber and produce a repairing effect, drastically reducing frizz and making hair easier to comb and style afterwards.
HD Colors use magnetic effect hair color pigments which are physically drawn from the cuticle and anchored within the hair’s core for immaculate and long-lasting results.
HOW TO USE
Mix HD Colors Clear with your chosen HD Color (s) in a plastic bowl until you have the desired color. The more HD Colors Clear you add to the mixture, the lighter and less intense the resulting color will be. Apply the mixture to the hair 1 cm from the scalp and massage evenly into the hair.
Recommended exposure time is 30 minutes at room temperature and 20-25 minutes under an infrared heat lamp. If hair is very stubborn we recommend using a plastic cap and increasing exposure time.
The use of heat is optional.
Finally, rinse or wash with cold water and dry as usual. We recommend using Bitrat Citric Balance to prolong color duration.
Neutral tone for pastels
Semi-permanent hair color
High-definition Color Technology
Repairs and cares for hair
Ammonia free, non-alkaline pH, no peroxide
Exposure time: 30 minutes
150 ml (5,4 oz)
For optimum results the product should be used as it comes. It shouldn’t be mixed with peroxide, or other technical products. However, the colors can be mixed together without limits to create any color (even natural tones) or with other products to add reflects or hues. To get pastel tones, they can be mixed with Clear to lighten and reduce intensity.
Firstly, Color Up works by enveloping the hair shaft in a layer of direct color without any kind of mixing, while HD Colors, as well as depositing color, adheres to the hair’s inner cuticle, resulting in much longer-lasting results. The average duration of Color Up is 3 washes compared to 45 for HD Colors. The finished effect of Color Up is matte whereas HD Colors give the hair added shine. Lastly, the exposure time for application of the products is different.
The color results and quality will always depend on what the hair is like before application. If the customer has a dark base and wants vibrant and intense results then pre-lightening will be necessary. The lighter the initial hair color, the more vibrant the color results will be.
We recommend doing a prior strand test to make sure you get the desired results.
The ideal Salerm Cosmetics treatment range to use with this hair color is Citric Balance, as it’s especially designed for the care and treatment of color-treated hair. Thanks to its formula based on the Sequential Hair Care System it restores the hair structure after processing, increasing the duration of the service and improving the color’s performance. It includes a shampoo, lotion and conditioning mask.
HD-Colors contain no ammonia and are free from parabens and PPD, they also don’t require peroxide for their application. This is what makes this the perfect hair color for anyone with an allergy to one of these components. However, it’s always recommendable to do an allergy test before using a new hair coloring product for the first time.
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