TIGI True Light Freestyle Blonder, 15oz

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Condition
New
UPC
615908430998
Brand
TIGI
Type
Hair Bleach
Hair Type
All Hair Types
Gender
Unisex
Suitable For
Hair
Product Line
Copyright
Formulation
Clay
Size
15oz

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TIGI True Light Freestyle Blonder, 15oz

TIGI Copyright Colour introduces its new innovative clay lightener True Light Freestyle Blonder, specifically designed by hairdressers for freehand techniques such as balayage, micro and baby lights.
Formulated with clay and mineral oil, it provides a perfectly controlled application and achieves up to 7 levels of lift in only 40 minutes for quicker freehand painting services and healthy conditioned blondes.
Its, TIGI exclusive, Anti-Breakage Arginine Complex helps to maintain hair integrity during the lightening process for beautiful and healthy-looking hair. Achieving healthier, lighter blondes has never been so easy.

For off the scalp application only for freehand techniques to emphasise a haircut.
• Using scales, measure the required amount of the True Light Freestyle Blonder into non-metallic bowl. Add TIGI Copyright Colour Activator in the ratio of 1:1.5 or 1:2, depending on the desired consistency, and mix to a smooth clay.
• Apply to dry hair and process until the desired lightness is achieved, up to a maximum of 40 minutes (Up to 45 minutes on darker levels).
• DO NOT USE HEAT.

• Formulated with Clay and Mineral Oil for a perfectly controlled application
• Achieves up to 7 levels of lift in only 40 minutes
• Anti-Breakage Arginine Complex helps to maintain hair integrity during the lightening process