PROFESSIONNEL DE LA COULEUR
CROMATIQUE Stabilized Oxidizing Cream is unique to the CROMATIQUE line and is a vital, key element in ensuring the unsurpassed quality of CROMATIQUE professional hair colour results.
Our premier cream developer is enriched with a new-generation cationic conditioning agent.* CROMATIQUE’s rich and creamy formulation boosts the restructuring emollient and soothing action of our hair colouring cream’s active ingredients to obtain the best colour results: maximum coverage, outstanding shine, and smoothness.
Its high-viscosity concentrated formula and balanced texture help the professional achieve a perfect application (drip-free, moisture-rich/non-drying).
When mixed with our colouring cream or lightening powder, CROMATIQUE Stabilized Oxidizing Cream produces a truly homogeneous mixture that makes the application easier and helps achieve outstanding results.
|Table 3 Coverage of Grey Hairs|
|Type of Grey Hair||Peroxide||Exposure Time||Comment|
|Normal||20 Vol.||30 minutes||Colours cover greys directly|
|Resistant||20 Vol.||30 minutes||Option 1: Mix desired tone with corresponding base 1:1|
|Option 2: Cuticles opended|
|Option 3: Pre-pigmentation|
|Table 2 Developer Appications|
|Objective||10 Vol (3%)||20 Vol (6%)||30 Vol (9%)|
|Increase coverage of greys||Can be used||Recommended||Should not be used|
|Increase bleaching strength||Should not be used||Should not be used||Recommended|
|Increase colouring strength||Can be used||Recommended||Should not be used|
|Increase quality of highlights||Can be used||Recommended||Should not be used|
|Extend colour duration||Can be used||Recommended||Should not be used|
An ion or group of ions having a positive charge and characteristically moving toward the negative electrode in electrolysis. An ion with net positive charge, having more protons than electrons.
- Cationic polymers remain on the hair via electrostatic interactions.
- They are attracted to the negatively charged, damaged protein sites on the hair.
- This positive/negative interaction prevents them from being removed.
Opening cuticle: Apply 20 Vol. developer directly on the grey hair with cotton. Leave for 10-15 minutes, dry and apply the desired tone mixed with base without washing hair.
Pre-pigmentation: Use bases with no developer in the most difficult areas. Then apply the desired tones mixed with the base.
|Table 1 Mixtures, Developer and Exposure Times|
|To Apply Tones||Mixture||Vol. of Peroxide||Exposure|
|Normal||1:1||20 Vol.||30 minutes|
|Very Dark||1:1||From 10 to 20 Vol.||30 minutes|
|Reddish and Auburn||1:1||20 Vol||35 minutes|
|Superlightners (CROMATIQUE Blonde)||1:2||From 30 to 40 Vol.||45 minutes|
|Medium, Light and Extra Light (no grey or less than 50%)||1:1||30 Vol.||30 minutes|
|Medium, Light and Extra Light (more than 50% grey)||1:1||20 Vol.||30 minutes|