Permanent color that protects, reinforces and conditions the hair with Ionene G and Incell for precise, uniform color results. Rich, shiny, long lasting color with up to 100% coverage of white hair.
Made In Canada
Important: Hair color can cause an allergic reaction which in certain rare cases can be severe, therefore, you and your client must follow these precautions:
Skin allergy test must be done on your client 48 hours before each application on your client
Wear suitable disposable gloves during preparation, application and rising of the product.
Do not use if: - Your client has already had a reaction to a hair color product - your client has a sensitive, itchy or damaged scalp.
If your 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 inside carton).\Avoid contact of this product with eyes and 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 bleaching , relaxing or perming before coloring.
Keep out of the reach of children. Do not apply on children.
Caution: This product contains ingredients which may cause skin irritation on certain individuals and 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 and follow all usage advisories.
Comments about L'Oreal Paris Professionel Majirel Permanent Creme Color, Golden Brown 5.3/5G, 1.7 oz:
This dye worked fantastically with my hair although I had to hunt down the directions all over the internet to get going. This covered my grays perfectly and it's been about 2 weeks I think, and my hair is not fading one bit. (I have to admit I attribute some of this success to L'Oreal Evercreme shampoo as well as Evercreme cleansing conditioner. I use both.)
This hair dye needs to be used with the necessary utensils handy. You need at least 3 oz- 20 volume creme developer, a bowl, a tint brush, gloves, a watch or clock, an old t-shirt or towel to drape over your shoulders.
Mix the 50 ml dye and 75 ml developer. Let the mixture stand for 20 minutes to let the ammonia dissipate. Then part hair in 1/4 inches evenly throughout your hair and use the tint brush to dye your roots (or if dying virgin hair, apply to all hair evenly for 35 minutes)... let dye on roots sit for 20 minutes, then apply remaining dye to remainder of your hair. Let sit 15 minutes. Get in the shower and apply a little water to hair and use a shampooing motion to emulsify the dye. Then rinse hair well, until the water runs clear. This is the only dye I have used that didn't transfer to my hair towel or pillowcases, but then again I washed my hair once with Evercreme immediately after dying.
I am not a professional but I have dyed my hair 3,972 times in my life. Just wanted to give a little information to those who are somewhat familiar with the procedure. From now on I will use this somewhat more expensive dye with confidence and I encourage others to do the same!
Commitment To Color:
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend