GARNIER OLIA HAIR COLOUR-1.0 NIGHT BLACK

GARNIER OLIA HAIR COLOUR-1.0 NIGHT BLACK

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Garnier Olia Hair Colour - oil does more than conditioning. It boosts the coloring process. What is Olia Hair Colour? Garnier Olia Hair Color is the first oil-powered home hair color.\n\n\n\nBenefits & Features:\n\n
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  • Maximum color performance - even without ammonia.
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  • Vivid permanent color and perfect grey coverage.
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  • Improves the visible quality of hair – feels 35% softer, looks 17% shinier*.
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  • Sensorial application process -The drop-shaped bottle fits perfectly into the palm of the hand allowing for controlled application.
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  • Velvety cream texture and a luxurious subtle fragrance.
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\n\nDirections for Use:\n\n
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  • Always complete a skin allergy test 48 hours before you color your hair to help reduce the risk of an allergic reaction.
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  • Before rinsing we recommend you dry-massage your hair to release the oils add a little water massage again and rinse until the water runs clear.
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  • When you rinse the hair the color will act as a shampoo. Use the conditioner after rinsing and once the water runs clear.
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  • If you've got grey hair try to avoid colors with more intense reflects (e.g. reds) as they tend to deliver less grey coverage than other shades.
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\n\nFrequently Asked Questions:\n\n
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  • What if I've got grey hair? Shades with more intense reflect (e.g. reds) tend to deliver less grey coverage than other shades. See ‘What do the shade numbers mean?
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  • Can I use Olia over existing colors or highlights? Yes. But the results will depend on the color you have chosen. Follow the advice in 'Which color would work best on me?'
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  • Do I need to do an allergy test? Always! It is essential that you perform a skin allergy test 48 hours before each use of Olia as an allergy can develop suddenly even if you’ve previously used a hair colorant before.
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\n\nApplication Questions:\n\n
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  • What if I have dry hair? Dry hair will tend to absorb more color and get darker results. You may need to vary the development time.
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  • How can I avoid stains around my hairline? After the color has developed very carefully loosen the colorant on the skin around the hairline before adding water and rinsing off.
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  • How long should I rinse my hair for afterward? We recommend you dry-massage your hair to release the oils add a little water. Then, massage again and rinse until the water runs clear.
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  • Should I use shampoo to rinse out the colorant? When you rinse the hair the color will act as a shampoo. Use the conditioner after rinsing once the water runs clear.
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  • Can I create my own highlights? It will depend on your natural or colored color and your technical skill. We recommend you talk to a hairdresser if this is a look you want to achieve.
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\n\nColour Questions:\n\n
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  • Which colors will work best for me? Avoid anything more than two shades darker or lighter than your current color. If your hair is already colored we recommend you only go darker as it’s difficult to lighten colored hair. If your skin’s warm or olive in tone try warmer hair color. Cool and rose complexions work well with cooler shades.
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  • What if I've got different colors in my hair? If different parts of your hair are different colors (e.g. due to the previous dyeing) you may get a different effect. Also bear in mind that natural roots will need a longer development time than ends.
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  • How can I avoid orange/golden tones? If you are lightening your hair the process of lightening can bring out the natural warm undertones. The darker your hair the warmer the tones are likely to be. This is what can make some hair look copper or golden when it is lightened. Consider choosing a shade with ash or cool reflect to counteract this. See ‘What do the shade numbers mean?’
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  • What does the shade number mean? Like all Garnier shades, the Olia range is labeled according to a base number (between 1 and 10) followed by one or two reflect numbers. The number before the decimal point represents the base color, e.g. brown is 4. For base colors 1 is black and 10 is very light blonde. The number after the decimal point denotes the reflected gold/warm (3).  For reflects, 1 is ash, and 6 is red.
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  • What if only my roots need coloring? You may need to vary the development time throughout your hair. Follow the instruction leaflet for timings and application techniques.
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\n\nBasic Information:\n\n
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  • How often should I color my hair at home? We'd say every 3 to 6 weeks is about right but this may vary as everyone's hair is different.
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  • Can pregnant women use Olia? Hair colors can be used when pregnant. Ask your GP or midwife if you have any queries.
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\n\nGarnier Hair Colour Chart Ireland