L'Oreal Super Blonde Instructions

Updated June 13, 2017

Lightening your hair is a way to give yourself a quick pick-me-up, or a way to change your look. L'Oreal's Super Blonde is hair colour designed to lighten your hair that you can use at home. This hair colour can be applied and set in less than one hour. You can apply the product to your own hair at any time of day. Your hair should be detangled, not shampooed and dry before you apply the colour. Follow the safety guidelines and wear the protective gloves during hair colour application.

Put on protective gloves.

Open the developing creme bottle. Shake the colour powder packets. Cut open the powder packets. Add packets to creme developer.

Place applicator tip securely on developing creme bottle. Hold one finger over the end of the tip and shake the bottle away from your face to mix powder and creme

Remove the tip. Squeeze tube of lightening creme into the bottle. Replace tip. Hold finger over the tip and shake the bottle away from your face to mix ingredients.

Wrap a towel or cape around your shoulders.

Separate your hair into four sections, using clips or pins to secure hair.

Start at the back of your head, where hair is darkest. Apply colour to 1/4-inch strands of hair. Do not apply colour to roots. Use your fingers to work the colour into each strand and out to the ends. Continue to apply colour to the other three sections of your hair.

Apply remaining colour to your roots. Start at the back of your head.

Leave colour on your hair for up to 60 minutes. Check for proper colour by wiping one strand clean with a paper towel and looking for a pale yellow colour. Leave colour on until all hair is pale yellow.

Rinse colour from hair, using warm water. Rinse completely.

Apply L'Oreal's conditioning shampoo to your hair and leave on for two minutes.

Rinse your hair with warm water until water runs clear and all the shampoo is washed away.

Towel dry and style your hair.

Things You'll Need

  • Super Blonde hair colour
  • Towel or cape
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