What is the best alternative to Ion Color Brilliance?
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If you do not have your hair done at a salon, do not try to remove Pravana at home... it will stain your hair (mint green if it's a cool color and coppery pink coral if it's a warm color) and have to be color corrected if you do not use the correct bleach and formula. See More
When applied using their directions and using Joico's Color Endure or K-Pack Color Therapy shampoo as well as K-Pack Cuticle Sealer and finishing product INtesne Hydrator. You will absolutely see a feel a major difference in the health of your hair. See More
While some colors fade faster than others, they all fade quite nicely and don’t leave an ugly in between colors shade. They just get lighter. It also takes a while for it to fade out completely but does eventually completely wash out (usually after about 2 1/2 months) (update by some one else) I have NEVER been able to wash it out completely. Even after trying to on purpose for a month straight so i could do another color. It just fades to a pastel and kind of stays there. This is after 6+ months. See More
There are 43 colours to choose from ranging from more subtle, darker shades like Plum Passion (dark purple) to bright, outrageous colours like Mermaid (ocean teal) and Cotton Candy Pink.... Adore has more color options with better results, true to color, and little to no bleeding while Manic Panic bleeds once it gets wet. See More
Manic Panic is gentle and does not damage the hair. It actually has restorative properties, and acts as a conditioner. You can leave it in for hours without any risk to your hair. Similar to other semi permanent hair dyes that use a conditioner base like Arctic Fox, La Riche Directions, Lime Crime, Overtone, ect BUT Manic Panic will bleed like crazy and fade fast once its wet and washed. See More