L’Oreal Professional Majirel Hair Color 10.01(10NB)
The LOreal Majorel 10.01/10 NB product is designed for those who wish to give an extra light natural ash blonde color to their strands. This 1.7oz tube aims to deliver a permanent color such that the there is no risk of fading at all for a long time. It works by lifting the strands up to two to three levels, and covers up to 100% white strands.
The colorant features two advanced technologies namely, Ionène G and Incell, which go through all the three levels of the strands to treat the whole fiber. While Ionène G aims to restore, defend, and condition the strands incessantly, Incell reinforces and strengthens each strand from thoroughly as well as applies the color uniformly and precisely.
Using this tube ensures rich, shiny, and lasting black color. The mixture includes Majicrème 20-volume developer in the quantity of 2.6 oz. for covering all white strands and accomplishing up to two levels of lift. For two to three levels of lift, consider mixing Majicrème 30-volume developer.
Loreal Majirel Hair Color
Upon looking at Majirel 5.5 or Majirel 5.3 for the first time, you must be wondering as to what 5.5 or 5.3 stands for. Well, this is the hair color numbering system that L’Oreal follows for its Majirel products. The first number indicates the how dark the color will be, from black to blonde. It simply represents the color depth, which is as follows:
1- Black, 2-Darkest Brown, 3-Dark Brown, 4-Brown, 5-Light Brown, 6-Dark Blonde, 7-Blonde, 8-Light Blonde, 9-Very light Blonde, and 10-Lightest Blonde
The second number indicates the color tone that is included to ensure a finished look.
The tone range is as follows:
.1-Blue ash, .2-Violet, .3- Gold, .4-Copper, .5-Mahogany, .6- Red, and .7- Green ash
So now, it is clear that Majirel 5.3 shall give you a light golden brown color, while Majirel 5.5 shall give you light mahogany brown color.
Loreal Brown Hair Color
Hair colors come in various tones like cool, warm and neutral. Each has its own base shade and hence finding the right color for you is cumbersome. Auburn is a reddish brown color that comes as a shade to your brown. The overall color of your hair depends on both the tone and base shade and choosing a right brown with the right tone and base shade is highly important.
You need to take into account the following aspects to get the shade you want if you do not like the auburn tone. Professionals at L’Oreal Paris have come up with the following tips that can help you decide what is best for you.
Select an ash brown color similar to L’Oreal 5A or 6A. The color Ash has a green base to it that helps cancel out the red tones. Many products from other manufacturers do have this ash base.
Another option is for you to opt other hair colors that are not cool as ash like neutral or warm. A neutral base is denoted by “N”.
Final alternative is to pick a non-red color additive product. If the neutral brown that you have chosen still has an auburn tone, this additive will eliminate the red tones from coming through. Follow instructions on the package.
Find Loreal Ash Brown Color online at New Trend Beauty