Brassiness in your hair can occur after lightening your, applying highlights or even just by being in the sun for too long. The L'Oreal Brass Banisher is a gentle way to reduce the gold, red and orange tones of your hair. It will neutralize and balance the tone of your hair color. It is beneficial to those who do not have the time or money to spend in a salon. The process is relatively quick and the directions are simple to follow.
Things You'll Need
- L'Oreal Brass Banisher kit
- Old towel
Remove all the contents from the box. You will have the develop cream, Anti-Brass gloss, instructions, one pair of gloves and a Hi-Moisture conditioner.
Unscrew the twistable seal from your developer bottle and remove the cap. Place the develop bottle to the side.
Unscrew the cap from Anit-Brass gloss and puncture the seal open with the pointed end of the cap. Squeeze the gloss into the developer bottle. Make sure to get as much of out as possible.
Recap the developer bottle and put on your gloves. Covering the opening nozzle with your gloved fingertip and shake until the two are thoroughly mixed.
Apply the mixture all over your hair starting from the top and completely saturate your hair. Leave it on for 5 minutes to 10 minutes. Do not exceed 10 minutes. Wipe away any product from your skin and face with a damp towel.
Rinse the product off in the shower. Shampoo your hair and then apply the Hi-Moisture conditioner. Rinse out the conditioner and style your hair as usual.
Tips & Warnings
- If this is your first time using any sort of at home hair kit, take the time to do an allergy patch test to ensure that you are not allergic to any of the ingredients.
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