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Garnier Nutrisse Nourishing Multi-Lights Instructions

Updated February 21, 2017

The Garnier Nutrisse multi-lights kit enables you to introduce highlights to your existing hair colour. The colouring process takes between 20 and 30 minutes, and is not too complicated. Highlighting your hair at home is a cheaper than visiting a hairdresser and should give fairly even results, if you follow the instructions carefully. The kit contains an instruction leaflet which you should read carefully before applying the hair colourant.

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  1. Wet your hair and then towel it dry, so that it is just damp.

  2. Put on the gloves, then mix the developing fluid with the lightening powder. Mix this well. Place an old towel around your shoulders to keep the dye of your clothes and neck.

  3. Select a strand of hair and use the applicator wand to scoop up some of the cream that you have mixed.

  4. Apply the cream with the wand starting one quarter of an inch from the roots.

  5. Repeat steps three and four on all the strands of hair that you would like to highlight. Try to spread out the highlighted strands evenly over your head.

  6. Leave the hair colourant on for between 20 and 30 minutes, the longer you leave the colourant on the stronger the colour will be.

  7. Rinse the hair thoroughly with warm water, then wash it with shampoo. Apply the conditioner supplied and leave it on for two minutes. Rinse this off and dry your hair as usual.

  8. Warning

    Do not use this product if you have an itchy or damaged scalp. Do not use this product if you have reacted to hair colourants before. Always do the allergy test 48 hours before using the multi-lights kit. Do not use this product if you have ever had a black henna tattoo.

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Things You'll Need

  • Old towel
  • Shampoo

About the Author

Zoe Van-de-Velde began writing in 1990 and contributes to eHow and Answerbag. Van-de-Velde has a Bachelor of Arts & Humanities in media and English from DeMontfort University. She is currently studying for a Master of Arts in creative media arts specializing in digital photography at the London South Bank University.

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