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Clicks Highlight Kit Blonde 1 Application is salon formulated and approved to give you rich colour that lasts longer and bursts with shine. It comes with bleach powder, creme peroxide, protective gloves, tint cap and brush, and a crochet hook.
Clicks Highlight Kit Blonde
Kit includes: Bleach powder 50 g. Creme peroxide 30 volume 100 ml. Protective gloves. Tint cap. Crochet hook. Tint brush. Clicks quality guarantee: If this product does not live up to our promise, please return it for a full refund. Customer service centre: 0860 25 42 57. www.clicks.co.za. Recyclable. PET plastic. Paper box. Gloves, tint cap, crochet hook and tint brush made in China. Sealed for your protection.
Quantity in pack:
Clicks. Highlight kit. Salon formulated and approved. For longer lasting colour and shine. Blonde.
Application: Do not wash or wet your hair properly before application. Brush hair thoroughly. 1. Remove all items from the box. 2. Before putting the tint cap on, style you normally do. This will give you an idea of where the highlights should be. 3. Carefully put the tint cap on. When it is firmly in place, tie the drawstrings. The elastic should be at the nape of your neck. 4. With a crochet hook, draw stands of hair through the holes in the tint cap, only where you'd like highlights. Be sure that each strand is free of loops or knots at the root area. Keep them about the thickness of a matchstick. Comb the strands to ensure a smooth, even finish. 5. Put on the gloves provided with the kit. 6. Pour all the creme peroxide 30 volume into the jar containing the bleach powder and blend into a paste. 7. Do not close the container or seal the mixture at all. 8. Immediately apply the mixture to the hair with the tint brush, ensuring that all the hair is evenly coated. If your hair is long, twist each strand and place on top of your head after application. 9. For best results, apply indoors and ensure the mixture stays at an even temperature and is not cooled in any way. Tinting guideline times: Current hair colour. Dark/medium brown - 50 minutes. Light brown - 45 minutes. Dark blonde - 40 minutes. Medium blonde - 35 minutes. Light blonde - 30 minutes. Directions for use: Read these instructions carefully before you begin. Be sure to use a watch or timer. You will require: a tint cap, tint brush, crochet hook, towels, hair brush, comb, shampoo and conditioner (Note: use old towels as they will be stained). Skin allergy test: if you have never used a peroxide product before, it is advisable to do a skin allergy test prior to each application. Mix 1 teaspoon of bleach powder and two teaspoons of creme peroxide into a smooth paste. Apply a small amount to the inner arm and skin behind the ear. Cover these areas with cotton wool and leave for one hour. If no irritation occurs, it is safe to proceed. Colour test: the times recommended on the table are guidelines and can vary dependent on the condition and texture of your hair. Do a strand colour test every 15 minutes to ensure that you obtain the desired colour. Every 15 minutes wipe off all of the product from one strand only with a piece of cotton wool. Should the strand not be the desired colour, work it back into the mixture on your head. Wait for another 15 minutes and repeat the above process on another strand. Rinsing: before removing the tint cap, and only once the desired colour has been obtained, rinse the tinted hair thoroughly with warm water. Ensure that all the product is removed from the hair. Apply a small amount of shampoo to the hair to make removal of the tint cap easier. Slide the tint cap off. Thoroughly shampoo your entire head, then apply conditioner. Rinse thoroughly and style as desired.
Creme Peroxide 30 Volume: Aqua (Water), Hydrogen Peroxide, Cetostearyl Alcohol, Mineral Oil, Ceteareth-20, Disodium EDTA, Phenacetin, Phosphoric Acid. Bleach Powder: Sodium Silicate, Ammonium Persulfate, Corn Starch, Magnesium Trisilicate, Silica, Cellulose Gum, Sodium Laureth Sulphate, Sorbitol, EDTA Tetrasodium, Hydrolised Protein, Parfum.
DO NOT FOLLOW THE ON BOX INSTRUCTIONS they instruct you to put it on for too long. Please do not put this on your hair for longer than 20 minutes if you have medium-thin hair. I previously wrote an in depth review that was genuine client feedback. But Click's staff did not want to post it. I can guarantee I genuinely used this product & followed the instructions. My hair fell out. Bad instructions on a harsh product. My hair fell out. PLEASE BE CAREFUL.
So I this product did work, in the sense my hair went blonde. But please please for the sake of your hair if you have medium-thin hair DO NOT under any circumstances follow the exact as directed on the box instructions. The directions for HOW LONG you should leave the bleach on are very similar to general bleaching instructions you might get if you we're to search "how to bleach hair" on Google, HOWEVER this bleach is actually a 40 or 50 volume (I don't know if Clicks has maybe increased the volume since writing the description on the box & the online description? It would explain a lot) and when you look up instructions for that higher volume of bleach you will find that instructions tend to be 20-30 minutes (almost half the instructed time on the box). I unfortunately only looked this up after bleaching my hair. I wanted to follow the box instructions EXACTLY and as I argued with my boyfriend when the bleach started dripping & my hair started to smell funky/burnt "Clicks knows what they're doing! Look it's in the instructions! See!" I also did check on my hair every 10 minutes but to be honest I did not know the warning signs that I was supposed to be looking for (to indicate that the bleach was on too long) & thought that what I was experiencing was probably normal (as I was following the instructions, so I thought it must be). So my hair fell out in clumps and now I have a lovely bob. I think thicker haired people will probably fair better than I did. Also to any Clicks employees (hi) reading this I 100% did see the very small written disclaimer on the other side of the box (only AFTER bleaching my hair) that was along the lines of "you shouldn't necessarily follow these instructions" so I'd say legally your bums are covered but I do think it's a "bad faith" move to have instructions on the box that can result in some hair types actually losing their hair. I have indeed lost faith in Clicks brand products. I would argue that an okay product with bad instructions on it = not a good product Please BE CAREFUL if you decide to buy this kit. And I would actually recommend if you have medium-thin hair getting the Kair bleaching kit (Also sold by Clicks) as that just frizzed my hair a bit, but it was still on my head after using it.