Color Naturals 70ml + 60g Shade 6.60 Intense Red Garnier
₹ 180.00 MSRP
Try the Garnier Color Naturals Intense Red for shiny and silky hair with a vibrant red hair colour that lasts up to 8 weeks. The rich and long-lasting Garnier Intense Red colour provides 100% grey coverage in just 30 minutes!
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How To Use
Perform a skin allergy test hours prior to the coloring. Please purchase the product a day before you color, as you must conduct an allergy test 24 hours before each time you color, even if you have colored your hair before. Wear gloves provided in the box and mix developer and the colorant in a non-metallic bowl in a 1:1 ratio. Start at the roots and work your way towards the tips, while dividing the hair into sections. Leave it for 30 minutes. Rinse with water, apply conditioner and then rinse again. Reveal soft, shiny and radiant hair!
"WATER, CETEARYL ALCOHOL, ETHANOLAMINE, MINERAL OIL, LAURETH-4, LAURETH-12, OLETH-20, m-AMINOPHENOL,4-AMINO-2-HYDROXYTOLUENE, 5-AMINO-6-CHLORO-o-CRESOL, ASCORBIC ACID, TOCOPHEROL, SODIUM METABISULFITE, HYDRATED SILICA, STEARIC ACID, OLIVE FRUIT OIL, 1-HYDROXYETHYL 4,5-DIAMINO PYRAZOLE SULFATE, POLYQUATERNIUM-22, PALMITIC ACID, POLYSORBATE 21, SILICA DIMETHYL SILYLATE, POLYSORBATE 60, SUNFLOWER SEED OIL, 2-METHYL-5-HYDROXYETHYLAMINOPHENOL, p-PHENYLENEDIAMINE, FRAGRANCE, AVOCADO OIL, MYRISTIC ACID, ROSEMARY LEAF EXTRACT,"
Enriched with 3 essential oils – olive, almond and avocado, Garnier Color Naturals Intense Red leaves your hair looking shiny, silky and nourished. The no ammonia crème formula comes with a superior color lock technology that gives you rich color that lasts up to 8 weeks. Check out the 7 other vibrant Garnier Color Naturals shades that are suited for Indian skin tones. All the Garnier Color Naturals colours come in an easy to use kit that can be used at your convenience.
Color Your Hair at Home
Do a skin allergy test 24 hours prior to the colouring
Wear gloves while mixing the developer and colorant in a non-metallic bowl
Divide your hair into sections, start at the roots and work your way down to the tips