Smoky Blue Grey
UGLY DUCKLING PROFESSIONAL HAIR COLOR SMOKY BLUE GREY
- Vivid color reflects, long lasting shine.
- Visibly improved hair condition and softness thanks to Argan Oil.
- Low ammonia, pleasant floral fragrance.
- Made in Europe.
- Paraben free.
- Extra large 3.5 oz tube.
- For professional use.
For best color results with Ugly Duckling Smoky Blue Grey, follow instructions below:
- Pre-lighten the hair to a level 10 using Brilliant Blonde and a suitable developer.
- Process and rinse.
- Mix Smoky Blue Grey with 10 Vol or 20 Vol developer.
- Mix 1:1 with developer.
- Development time: 30 minutes without heat, 20 minutes with heat.
- Emulsify and wash with a mild shampoo.
What is Smoky Blue Grey?
Smoky Blue Grey is a fashion shade from Ugly Duckling. It will give a medium (smoky) grey hair color result with a very light blue reflect.
Like all Ugly Duckling hair colors, Smoky Blue Grey contains Argan oil to make sure that the hair not only gets vibrant color but also softness and shine.
What results will Smoky Blue Grey give?
Ugly Duckling Smoky Blue will give a vivid grey hair color result with a slight bluish reflect. It is suitable for women looking to color their hair grey and who want a vibrant reflect.
Can I apply Smoky Blue Grey on my grey-haired customers?
Yes you can. But you do need to pre-lighten the hair to a level 10 first.
What will be the Condition of my Hair after Coloring with Smoky Blue Grey?
The hair will be conditioned as well as colored, and will be fuller, or plumper after coloring. Smoky Blue Grey has low ammonia content and no parabens, and is designed to respect the natural quality of the hair.
How will Smoky Blue Grey look like on my hair?
Smoky Blue Grey will give a medium or steel grey hair color result with a slight blue reflect. It is suitable for all women who are looking to color they hair grey.
How do I use Smoky Blue Grey?
Pre-lighten hair to a level 10 first. Then apply Smoky Blue Grey with 10 or 20 Vol. developer. Smoky Blue Grey works well with full head coloring techniques as well as partial coloring techniques.