By Barry Fox, November 18, 2013
The ‘cellophane’ hair treatment most of us know is in reality a temporary hair color service which makes use of zero-pigment contents in the color formula. Instead of the usual pigments, clear glossing components are used to deposit into each hair strand. As a result, the hair color and shine is enhanced while the cuticle layers are sealed and the hair shafts are plumped. The procedure can also make a person’s natural hair color more lush and vibrant since the ‘shine’ increases the light refraction capacity.
However, with the many cellophane products in the market today, which one will you go with? There is an easy answer to this question- Cellophanes Sebastian laminates.
Laminate Cellophane: 300 ML in 10.2 ounces
Botanical abundant infusers
Illuminates hair without needing peroxide or ammonia
Translucent gloss can last 2 months
Prepare your hair by putting on laminate cellophane Sebastian shampoo. Comb your hair to detangle the ends. Towel dry your hair to as much as 75% dry. Divide the hair in small sections before applying the stain protection to the divided line and hairline. Apply the gold cellophane red liberally, beginning from 0.3 cm or 1/8” from scalp towards the hair ends. Wrap entire hair with a shower cap and place directly under a hot temperature source for 20-25 minutes. Allow the hair to cool down for 5 minutes before washing the mixture off through rinsing thoroughly with water, preferably lukewarm water. Follow this step with putting cellophane laminate shampoo plus conditioner. Use its stain remover, is you want. Under any hair color and shade, this is a safe and ideal choice.
Propylparaben, isobutelparaben, Butylparaben, Ethylparaben, potassium sorbate, d&c Red Key 17200, d&c ext, no. 2 violet key 60730, wheat amino acids, wheat hydrolyzed starch, benzophenone-4, Methylparaben, fd&c yellow #5 key 19140, fd&c red 40 ci 160035, hydrolyzed soy protein, hydrolyzed wheat protein, d&c orange key 15510, xanthan gum, hydrxyetheylcellulose, benzyl alcohol, peg-12 Dimethicone, water.
Hot Red- hot titan shade of red intensifies a medium brown hair color. Hot red transforms medium blondes into a fiery red shade brunette. This can also spice up orange with brown tones. Light brunettes could be in auburn shade.
Red Red- this is a deeper red shade. Those with darker red shades could achieve a richer and darker tone while those with lighter red shades could achieve a glamorous and brighter shade. Golden hair shades make great copper tones.
Red Brunette- this is very similar to the mahogany shade we know. The shade of red brunette can renew a person’s faded red shade richness. Brunettes could add a more spicy radiance to varied colors.
Golden Brunette- this shade is close to golden walnut. Golden brunette is the burnished brown with gold. Light brunettes could have a walnut golden tone and can be used also on people with blonde hair to come-up with honey brown shade highlights.
Deep Brunette- best if used with dark brown and medium brown hair for a richer and deeper coffee bean shade. This could also be utilized on light brinettes to achieve a chestnut tone.
Honey Blonde- this is a wheat flaxen shade, gorgeous when mixed with pearl blonde shades to achieve a beige tone.
Pearl Blonde- a shade is almost always mistaken as crystal. This can help lessen the brassiness and could also be utilized as an alternate to both glossing and brighterner service.
Golden Blonde- this warm and beautiful shade of blonde could be used in both lighter brunettes and lighter redheads.
Clear- A crystal-like shine which can render the hair conditioning benefits and reflective shimmer.
Gold Red- Perfect for existing reds and dark blondes. This should be used with medium and light blondes to come up with a golden red appeal.