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SUBRINA SPECTRA
Permanent hair colour / Demi-permanent hair colour


INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
Preparing and applying the colour cream
Squeeze the tube of colour cream into a plastic, glass, or porcelain bowl. Add the appropriate amount of colour developer and mix with a brush to create an even, smooth cream. Use the colour mixture immediately. Do not store the leftovers. Apply the colour mix to dry hair.

 

CLASSIC COLOURING
Colouring with natural or fashionable shades (permanent and demi-permanent hair colour)
Recommended developer %:
• 3 %: same tone or colouring darker
• 6 %: 1 to 2 tones lighter
• 9 %: 2 to 3 tones lighter
• 12 %: 3 to 4 tones lighter
Mixing ratio: 1 : 1.
When colouring grey hair in fashionable shades, the optimum coverage is achieved by adding natural tones (shades marked 0x or 00/x).
• up to 30 % of grey hair: mixing ratio 2 + 1 (40 ml fashionable shade + 20 ml natural shade)
• 50 % of grey hair: mixing ratio 1 + 1 (30 ml fashionable shade + 30 ml natural shade)
• more than 70 % of grey hair: mixing ratio 1 + 2 (20 ml fashionable shade + 40 ml natural shade)

Shades marked 0x are warmer. Shades marked 00/x (SUBRINA SPECTRA PERMANENT FULL GREY COVERAGE) are colder and half a tone darker. They guarantee 100 % grey hair coverage.

When dyeing grey hair into natural blond tones, we recommend dyeing with natural permanent shades for complete coverage of grey hair PERMANENT FULL GREY COVERAGE (shades marked 00/x).

 

FIRST COLOURING:
Colouring in the same tone or darker (3 or 6 % developer)
Apply the colour along the entire length of hair from roots to ends. 6 % developer is recommended for grey hair.
Developing time: 30 to 40 minutes.*
Lightening (6, 9, 12 % developer)
For the first colouring, start by applying the colour cream at the nape from mid-lengths to ends, starting 3 cm from the scalp.
Wait 5 to 10 minutes, then apply the colour cream at the roots and leave to work for 30 to 40 minutes.
Developing time: 35 to 50 minutes.*

 

COLOURING THE ROOT REGROWTH:
For repeated colouring, start by applying the colour cream to root regrowth only. 5 to 10 minutes before the developing time is up, apply the colour mix from mid-lengths to ends.
Developing time: 30 to 40 minutes.*If the colour on the ends is still vibrant and only needs minor refreshing, prepare a separate mix of colour cream and 3 % developer in the ratio if 1 : 2. If the colour on the ends is still vibrant, the colour mix does not need to be applied to the ends at every colouring.

 

COLOURING WITH SPECIAL BLONDE SHADES
Recommended developer %:
• 9 %: 3 to 4 tones lighter
• 12 %: 4 to 5 tones lighter
Mixing ratio: 1 : 2.

 

FIRST COLOURING:
For the first colouring, start by applying the colour cream on the back section of the head from mid-lengths to ends, starting 3 cm from the scalp. Apply the colour cream slightly thicker than for classic colouring. Wait 20 minutes, then apply the colour cream at the roots and leave to work for 30 to 40 minutes.
Developing time: 50 to 60 minutes.*

 

COLOURING THE ROOT REGROWTH:
For repeated colouring, start by applying the colour cream very carefully on the back section of the head to new regrowth only (otherwise there is a risk of unwanted green, purple, blue, or ash tones).
Developing time: 50 to 60 minutes.*

 

SOFT COLORATION
Recommended developer %: 3 %.
Mixing ratio: 1 : 2.Recommended use:
• To refresh the colour on previously dyed ends (demi-permanent and permanent hair colours; natural and fashionable shades). Developing time: 10 to 15 minutes.*
• For colouring after bleaching (demi -permanent fashionable shades). Developing time: 15 to 20 minutes.*
• For a matte look after lightening (semi-permanent shade 8/10). Developing time: 15 to 20 minutes.*

 

AFTER COLOURING
After colouring, wash out the colour cream with water first, then shampoo the hair and rinse well. Use the Subrina Conditioner for coloured hair to ensure long-lasting colour.
*Developing time depends on the hair quality or structure: thin, thick, damaged, etc.