These types of techniques help to accentuate and enhance the hair cut and face shape.
- Solid Paneling Objective -- 1 solid shade on entire length of hair to create bold, strong color. This type of color placement will accentuate strong lines in longer lengths of hair.
- Duo Paneling Objective -- 2 shades on the same panel of hair to create one of two things, 1) to add dimension and width to the style at the top or bottom, use the lightest color, 2) to reduce dimension and width to the style at the top or bottom, use the darkest color.
- Trio Paneling Objective -- 3 shades on the same panel of hair to create boldness and interest. It also breaks up strong lines in the final style.
- Semi Permanent Hair Color does not lift or lighten the hair but deposits intense, durable color into the hair for vivid toning effects.
- Even results are achieved when hair is prepared by bleaching to establish uniform hair strands root to tip prior to application. If the hair bleaches unevenly, then the color result will be uneven.
- Shades are most intense on hair that is prelightened.
- To achieve even color results, remove any buildup from the hair with a Clarifying Shampoo and dry hair completely before bleaching.
- Color intensity and tonality will vary somewhat depending on the state of the hair before it is colored.
- For maximum intensity, process under low dryer heat for 20 minutes.
- ALWAYS wear gloves.
- Longevity may vary somewhat depending on the hair and activities.
- While these are Semi Permanent colors, some shades can be extremely hard to remove from the hair. Bleach cannot remove many colors and can damage the hair as it is probably already porous due to pre-lightening.
- This color will stain skin, clothing and many surfaces.