Permanent are formulated with oxidation dyes, which fall into two categories, primary intermediate (oxidation base) and secondary intermediate (coupler). To generate color using these products, at least one of each type must be combined with a suitable oxidant under alkaline conditions.
Acapable of lightening the hair’s natural pigmentation will typically contain ammonia or another alkaline ingredient, and will be used with hydrogen peroxide. Permanent hair color has the ability to cover gray, and lift or deposit color. It can be mixed with variable volumes of peroxide to control the lightening process.
is the natural and organic choice for professional permanent hair color. It contains no ammonia, no resorcinol, no paraben, and the lowest levels of both and PTD’s of any hair color in the market worldwide. offer a wide range of products including a line in each of the hair color categories listed in this article.
Semi-Permanent Hair Color or Demi-Permanent Hair Color
Semi-Permanent Hair Dyes are typically of low molecular weight which are small enough to be infused into the hair shaft, giving a color result lasting up to 4 to 6 weeks. The color imparted using these dyes is inadequate to completely cover gray/white hair, but the result is sufficient for them to blend in with surrounding, darker hair.
Temporary Hair Colors
Temporary Hair Colors such as color enhancing, do not alter the and will only coat the hair. They last between 2 to 4 shampoos. Organic Color Systems No-Limts line of hair color is an excellent choice to sell as a retail to home product or as a brightener in your overall color formula.
Color Intensifiers are formulated from direct dyes (temporary colors). They are designed to help intensify or correct the color tone level.