Jerome Russell Semi Permanent Punky Colour Hair Cream 3.5oz Apple Green # 1446

Rs. 1,261.00



Delivery Time : 2-3 Weeks
  • Semi Permanent Conditioning Hair Color.
  • Highlight Effects On Darker Hair No Peroxide Required
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Best LOW COST Alternative Dye on the Market!I purchased 4 of these from this Amazon seller "BYPLE", I recommend them!This seller has the cheapest rates in town for this product, believe me I know since I use it often.I have tried many other brands and I stick with this one. Jerome Russell Punky Colour is super vibrant and long lasting! I have tried Special Effects before and it is long lasting and bright however, Jerome Russell does the same thing for half the cost! Plus I enjoy custom mixing my own pinks using a tad of blue or purple (for a cooler toned pink, I strongly dislike warm toned pink.) Flamingo Pink by Punky Color needs toning with a pat of blue or purple. The result is a bright shocking Magenta! Love it, if mixed right it blows Special Effects Atomic Pink out of the water. PLUS, this product smells like grape kool-aid soda :DAND did you know that you may do custom colors with these?! Say you cannot find the perfect purple or the perfect blue, what not.. well, I often create hybrid colors by mixing anywhere from 2-3 different Punky Colour dyes then store them for future use under the cabinet. Example being: Say I want a cool-toned pink? I'd mix 90% Flamingo Pink and add in a half spoon of Violet! Beautiful and gorgeous :)Or I mix Atlantic blue with Spring Green and come out with a beautiful sea-green! LOVE :)*Word to the wise, never mix greens with pink, purple, orange, or red! And never mix blues with orange or red!Anyhow, if you buy this product you will get your moneys worth. It is super vibrant, in fact, is so vibrant that you can dilute it for applying if you have more porous hair (as a result of several bleachings which are necessary to attain platinum hair.)Speaking of bleaching.. you MUST pre-lighten your hair several shades (if you are naturally dark) for this dye to take hold and fill your hair cuticle. That is how you get a very vibrant color-true shade from this dye. I highly recommend and cannot say enough good things about this bleach: Schwarzkopf Igora Vario Blond Plus Blue Dust-Free Bleach (Available here on Amazon)It has never broken my hair off, burnt it, or burnt my scalp. And as my hair is naturally dark brown, this bleach has always provided the most rapid lifting, in several levels, that I have ever achieved at home.That being said on to some more information which I hope you will find useful.If you are interested in diluting this product as I do then here is my diluting recipe and tips and tricks that work for me!Tools:1.) Get a value package of vinyl gloves. Never mind buying them by the set at the beauty supply per hair coloring, way too expensive in the long run. A lady ALWAYS needs gloves on hand. You'll thank yourself for it whenever the hair coloring fancy strikes!)2.) DOLLAR STORE: Buy a box of plastic spoons & forks, great for mixing and disposable.3.) DOLLAR STORE: Buy a 2-4 count set of "tupperware" type bowls with lids - these you can use to mix your color then store under the bathroom cabinet for future use.My diluting Recipe:80% Conditioner (Cheap one such as White Rain!) I use the Coconut scent as it makes your hair smell divine!20% Jerome Russell Punky Colour (1 good teaspoon will do it.)Mix well to blend it completely, scrape the bottom of the bowl and sides to ensure that it is all blended evenly.Apply!*** You can control the amount of hair dye ratio to suit your needs, such a lower amount for Pastel Hair, or a higher amount for brighter hair. I never put it on full strength because it wastes product as far as I am concerned and PLUS I do not want to be stuck with the same hair color for months.Want to keep it bright and vibrant? Here is how:DO NOT use harsh shampoos at ANY TIME or shampoo often. Get yourself some "Dry Shampoo" to control the oily roots only, it will freshen them and leave your hair smelling great after absorbing the oils.Use a shampoo which is SULFATE-FREE only. The vegan section of the grocery store should have a reasonably priced one or you can opt for purchasing a more pricey salon product.Don't like it? Here is how to remove:I have very porous hair so it "grabs" color easily and sometimes it does not want to let go!When I want it out the first steps that I take are using 'Head & Shoulders shampoo'. This stuff will really fade it quick within a few washes. You can't just massage it into your head and expect it to work though. You have to massage it well through your lengths by rubbing the lathered hair between your hands from top to bottom, one section at a time. Then you will see lots of dye rinse down the drain.Once I have it faded I then take a plastic mixing bowl and mix up either an entire packet or a full scoop (depending on which bleach you have on hand, a pre-measured packet or a canister) of hair bleach with a 30 or 40 VOL Creme Developer FIRST, blend and allow to sit for several minutes to activate, and then I add in several squirts of any shampoo - which for those who don't know - this is called a "Soap Cap"I apply this to my entire head (wet or dry) and massage quickly then let it sit for about 2 minutes or slightly longer. Usually before I even have a chance to finish getting all my hair covered with this mixture I can see the color just disappearing instantly! SO the same may be true for you and if it is WORK FAST to apply it. There is no need to keep bleach, even diluted bleach, on your hair for more time than it needs to be, specially if it is already damaged. Mine is damaged however these soap caps never hurt it :)Follow with a nice conditioner! Not something cheap. I love Hayashi 911 Emergency Pak Re-constructor.It cost's about 33 bucks for 33 ounces here on Amazon.I Squeeze the excess water out of my hair with my hands and then apply this conditioner, clip my hair up and cover my head with a plastic cap (you can use saran wrap also! or even a plastic grocery bag) and leave it on for at least an hour. It is truly a moisture quench for parched hair! AND THE SMELL IS DIVINE!***About using soap caps for removing alternative colors: Soap Caps work best on faded Pink, Yellow, Orange, Purple dyes. They are pretty much instantly wiped out.Colors I have found which don't need to be faded first to be successfully stripped out quickly are:PinkYellowColors which I have found are super stubborn to remove with either Head & Shoulders or Soap Caps are:BLUEColors which I have found to need substantial fading to be removed easily:PurpleGreenI love blue and purple but they are tenacious, especially blue. At least for my hair.I hope this review might help out some newbies! Please remember that ALL hair is different and dyes and removal processes are highly subjective to each individual! The above tactics just happen to work great for my hair so I thought I'd share.5and I am 64 years old so the color went on bright and easy, no harsh chemical smells and it went equally ...My hair is white, and I am 64 years old so the color went on bright and easy, no harsh chemical smells and it went equally well on the tail of my white Bichon Frise. All you white haired older men and ladies can have color in your life and your outlook! It is really lovely and easy to use just mix with white conditioner, use gloves and apply with a brush or your fingers. So simple and easy!5Doesn't ever come outSo I dyed my hair rainbow with Punky Poppy Red, Lagoon Blue, Bright Yellow, and mixed the yellow and blue to make green and yellow and red to make orange [the purple was a different brand].It's been 4 months and it's still practically perfect. My pictures are all over the internet because of how bright these colors were and still are despite that they've faded a tad bit.The dye smells AMAZING. My hair smelled like grape juice for like a week after dying.I've gotten so many compliments it's not even funny anymore.This color is amazing especially if you want to keep your hair color. If you want to change it in a couple months? Not so much. I've tried so many different fading methods so I wont have to bleach the crap out of my hair, but this is just NOT coming out ever.Anyway I left the dye in for an hour and when I washed out each section I dipped it in vinegar to stop the colors from blending into each other and to prolong the color. [probably not the best idea since now it wont come out..]4Punky Flamingo Pink mixed with Punky PlumI am very impressed by how vibrant these colors are and how long they last in the hair. They do start to fade out, but even the faded colors are gorgeous. My natural hair is a very dark brown, almost black so I needed to bleach my hair three complete rounds to get it light enough for the color to go over it. (About a level 8). I think that the people that are complaining about it not working or not covering their hair are the people that aren't taking the steps to lighten their hair before they apply.I mix equal parts of the Punky Flamingo Pink and the Punky Plum to get a pretty vibrant magenta color. I also dilute the Plum with an equal part of conditioner. (So one pot pink, one pot plum, and one pot conditioner, for example.) The product itself is thick and easier to apply that most dyes. Because it is a semi-permanent stain, it is ok to leave on your hair for a long time. In fact, the longer you let it stay in your hair, the longer the color will hold and the more vibrant it will be. I apply mine in the evening, wrap my hair/head with plastic wrap, and then sleep on it and wash it out in the morning. (Be sure to put a towel over your pillow that you don't mind ruining, in case a bit of the color transfers) I re-apply every 6 weeks after bleaching my roots again. (Side note: when bleaching your roots, the bleach that touches the purple hair will turn a vibrant green color....don't worry about it. It will cover just fine once you reapply the Punky colour)I have long hair and a lot of it, so I end up using a total of THREE 3.5oz containers of product each time. You really want to saturate the hair so that it applies evenly. In the photo shown my color had been on my hair for 4 weeks, fading it a lighter magenta color, and then I went and weaved some of the Punky Plum as well as the Punky Purple in my hair so that I had 3 different variations of color.5Best hair dye everAmazing dye that doesn't dry out hair and smells soooo good! I've used it in concentrated form and it comes out really vibrant and deep. After I bleached my hair, I mixed the little bit of remaining dye with conditioner and it came out like cotton candy! Plus, it's really cheap. I've used pravana chromasilk vivids before, and it was also a really nice dye, but it was too expensive. This dye is just as good, and it's half the price.5

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Delivery Time : 2-3 Weeks
Brand: Jerome Russell

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