L'Oreal Paris Professionnel iNOA Ammonia-Free Permanent Haircolor, 7/7N 2 oz (60 g)
temporarily out of stock - will ship in 1-2 weeks
Hair Color can cause an allergic reaction. Follow the usage advisory. Wear gloves. Skin allergy test must be done on your client 48 hours before each application. It is imperative that DMS shades only be used alone. They must not be used in combination with any other shades. Haircolor can cause an allergic reaction which in certain rare cases can be severe. Therefore, you & your client must follow these precautions: Wear suitable disposable gloves during the preparation, application & rinsing of the product; Colorant must not be used alone. Do not use if your client has already had a reaction to a haircolor product or your client has a sensitive, itchy or damaged scalp. If you client has a tattoo, the risks of an allergic reaction may be increased. Perform a skin allergy test on your client 48 hours before each use of this product (see leaflet inside the carton). Avoid contact of this product with eyes & skin. If product gets into eyes, rinse immediately. Thoroughly rinse hair after application. Do not use over compound henna or progressive color. Wait at least 14 days after relaxing, perming or straightening before coloring. Keep out of the reach of children. Do no apply on children. This product contains ingredients which may cause skin irritation on certain individuals & a preliminary test according to accompanying directions should first be made. This product must not be used for dyeing the eyelashes or eyebrows; to do so may cause blindness. Read & follow all usage advisories on outside of carton & on leaflet inside carton. This package is designed & intended for use by professionals only. Instructions are for professionals, not consumers. Do not squeeze or put pressure on hair color tube until you have pierced the tube opening completely. Do not point either end of tube towards face while opening or using. use care in working with tube contents. Contact between contents & eyes may cause blindness.