This is an amazing turquoise semi-permanent from Crazy Colour and is unlike any other we sell. In normal light Peacock Blue is a beautiful teal colour when applied to bleached hair and in sunlight it appears to glow a bright blue turquoise!
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Crazy Color is one of the most well-established unnatural hair dyes around so don't let the retro bottle put you off - this stuff has staying power! It also has a great range of semi-permanent colours unlike any others such as Pinkissimo, Peacock Blue, Aubgerine, Violette and Capri Blue.
Each bottle contains 100ml of thick conditioning colour which makes it great for using with special dyeing effects and at this price it's not expensive to try a few colours at once!
Colours last around 3-9 weeks on bleached hair, depending on the shade chosen. Not tested on animals.
Apply directly to damp or dry hair using a tint brush for best results. Wear protective gloves to avoid temporary staining to skin and nails. Massage the product into your hair and allow to process for at least 15 minutes. Cover with a cap to avoid drying out. Rinse thoroughly in warm water.
May contain (+/-) of aqua, cetyl alcohol, cetearyl alcohol, PEG-20 stearate, citric acid, ceteareth-20, formic acid laurylpyridium chloride, methyl paraben, CI48013, basic blue k, CI48056, CI51004, CI42000, CI42535, diazacianine, CI48054, CI44045, CI48016, CI11085, CI21010, CI42510, acetic acid, ethylene glycol.
Crazy Colour should be used exactly as supplied without the addition of any other substance - it does not require a developer. For the brightest results the hair must be bleached to pale blond. Platinum and Silver will only work on very light hair.
Do not use Crazy Colour on hair containing more than 10% white. Do not add peroxide. Do not mix with permanent colourants.
Colours may cause permanent staining on textiles and porous surfaces. Staining to baths, sinks and showers can be removed with household bleach. Always check manufacturer's instructions.
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