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Luxeblend™ Crème Hair Colour With Pequi Glossing Serum — Auburn


Luxeblend™ Crème Hair Colour With Pequi Glossing Serum — Auburn

What it is:A permanent, ammonia-free cream hair color that delivers multidimensional, custom-blended salon results at home. What it does: This non-drip formula contains rich nutrients that moisturize, nourish, and protect while delivering glossy, multidimensional auburn color. Pequi Oil is the Couture Colour secret that prevents color from fading, locking in fresh color and sleek, soft shine. It is excellent for anyone who wants to enhance their existing color, make an overall color change, or completely cover gray.This set contains: - 0.1 oz (one-month supply) Couture Colour Pequi Oil Treatment - 2.5 oz Luminous Developer Creme - 2.5 oz Luminous Colour Creme - 0.03 oz Pequi Glossing Serum - Salon brush - Gloves - Expert instructions and tips What it is formulated WITHOUT:- Parabens What else you need to know:Luxeblend Auburn is best suited for those with blonde to medium brown hair looking to go a rich, fiery red shade. For best results, stay within two shades of your natural hair color. This shade is comparable to the Level Six shade with a deep, natural red tone. Research results:Based on a clinical study, dull and damaged hair is 200% stronger after just one application of Couture Colour LuxeBlend Creme Hair Colour.
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Questions & Answers for Couture Colour Luxeblend™ Crème Hair Colour With Pequi Glossing Serum — Auburn

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Pemanent Hair Color
I went into Sephora today and looked at this, it says it lasts 28 shampoo's. That makes it a Demi-Permanent hair color, I thought this was a Permanent hair color, does anyone know ? Thanks
asked 3 years, 6 months ago
sateen46
(Albany, NY)
on Luxeblend™ Crème Hair Colour With Pequi Glossing Serum — Auburn
11 answers
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answer 1
This washes out and my hair is not stronger at all like it states
answered 3 years ago
jmorello13
(Lawrenceville, GA)
answer 2
It isn't permanent. I used it towards the end of May and it lasted through most of July. I wash my hair daily, sometimes every other day. I hope this helps.
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
gomgo
(Idaho)
answer 3
ITS NOT PERMANENT, i fell for that one. it will continuously fade while washing, and not really color at all! BE AWARE I am a SEPHORA freak and this is my first BAD review! Stick to the classic hair coloring system.
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
rosegrunge
(PuertoRico)
answer 4
It's lasted as long as a permant would for me.
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
sprout80
(Richmond, VA)
answer 5
It did not last more then 12-15 shampo's but that turned out to be a good thing because the color turned out very uneven.
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
ittap
(Maryland)
answer 6
For the same price buy Fekaii, Sepora used to sell that but they went to this product instead, Fekaii is so much better and you can buy it on Fekaii web site.
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
zamsky
(Seattle Washington)
answer 7
It didn't last even 28 shampoos for me - maybe 15.
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
gonegray
(Plano, TX)
answer 8
This product is definitely permanent! I read on their website that they are changing their boxes to read permanent so it won't be so confusing. This color does not wash out and does not fade. I LOVE it!
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
claudiascw
answer 9
It does wash out. However, I'm pretty sure that's why the initial color is SO intense. After eweew washes it's more natural. (I used Auburn.)
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
lilyvonschtupp
(Chicago, IL)
answer 10
(Note: while reading this post, remember Couture Colour is Ammonia Free and covers grey very well without harming our hair) Google search revealed...

Answer: The difference between semipermanent and permanent hair color is how long you want the color to last and how much of a change you want.

If you're looking to subtly deepen your natural hair color or add a layer of color (such as a red tone on brown hair), a semipermanent color is your best option. Keep in mind semipermanents darken hair. Because they don't contain ammonia or peroxide, semipermanent color can't lighten hair.

Semipermanent color washes out over a period of time (six to 12 shampoos, depending upon the formula), so if you don't like the color you don't have to live with it for too long. Another benefit of semipermanent color: Because the color is temporary, you won't have to deal with noticeable roots.

Want a longer-lasting option? Consider a demipermanent color which, like semipermanent color, deepens and intensifies your natural color but won't lighten hair, according to In Style's Getting Gorgeous. The difference is demipermanent color lasts 12-26 washes, depending on the formula.

If you want a more dramatic change (two or more shades darker or lighter than your natural hair color), a permanent color is a better option.

According to 'Getting Gorgeous,' permanent hair color contains a blend of peroxide and ammonia and removes pigment from hair while also depositing new color.

Looking to cover gray hairs? Permanent color is the way to go. It won't wash out and instead has to grow out. You'll need to re-touch roots every six to eight weeks, according to Marie Claire's Hair & Makeup.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
upstatejillie
(Upstate NY)
answer 11
It is a permanent color. I had roots and the color did not wash away.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
dece
(Chicago, IL)
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Grey Coverage
Does product provide 100% grey coverage?
asked 3 years, 7 months ago
Anonymous
(Tuckerton, NJ)
on Luxeblend™ Crème Hair Colour With Pequi Glossing Serum — Auburn
10 answers
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answer 1
This hair color provides me with very good gray coverage. If you follow the instructions you should get great results.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
2zzday
(Woodstock, GA)
answer 2
I had very light blonde hair which also makes color saturation difficult. I added some of the Color Oops! Brand "grey coverage" additive (you can buy at any drug store) to the dye and I was surprised at how well the color developed. You may have to do two rounds of this color to get to the exact shade you want (lighter vs. darker) but at least with my experience the color worked very well.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
daughtersofthew
(Riverside, CA)
answer 3
Definitely covered all my grey, which I've had a problem with in the past with other products and even when my hair was colored in the salon. Unfortunately, the color result was much darker than on the package and did not provide much shine.
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
redriding
(New York, NY)
answer 4
Covered my gray, but others had no such luck as said in reviews.
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
sprout80
(Richmond, VA)
answer 5
No it does not!!
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
vgreen72
(Dallas, TX)
answer 6
As a "mature," woman, I have a lot of grey...Couture Colour Auburn has vanquished all of them. I do, however, make sure to leave the color on for an extra ten minutes and use the supplied brush to ensure product saturation along the hairline on my forehead and temples. I also use Alterna shampoo/conditioner (moisturizing) to prevent color stripping and the supplied Pequi serum on damp, towel-dried hair as a leave in treatment before blow drying. Grey is G-O-N-E. It rocks!
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
upstatejillie
(Upstate NY)
answer 7
My grays are pretty stubborn and it really covered well. Much better than the salon color I'm used to or the "100% gray coverage" of other products.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
dece
(Chicago, IL)
answer 8
absolutely! I struggle with my gray but the coverage was supurb. The color is a very natural shade too.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
beachynyc
(Rockaway, NY)
answer 9
Luxe Blend has fabulous gray coverage!
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
ccexpert
(Los Angeles, CA)
answer 10
Amazing gray coverage.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
alana2012
(Los Angeles, CA)
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Is it safe for a sensitive scalp?
I have a sensitive scalp so normally I only get my hair colored at salons. But now the nearest good salon is 70 miles away. So I were wondering if this is safe for my sensitive scalp?
asked 3 years, 3 months ago
Mystiques
(Saint Robert, MO)
on Luxeblend™ Crème Hair Colour With Pequi Glossing Serum — Auburn
9 answers
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answer 1
I always add Bio-Kur Care & Comfort to my haircolor. It keeps it from burning or itching. Even salon color burns my sensitive scalp. You can buy it at Sally's Beauty Supply or online for less than $1. Just add one packet to your mixed hair color. I really wish that Sephora would carry it. (*hint hint*)
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
Anonymous
(Sunnyvale, Ca)
answer 2
This product seems very gentle. I have scalp problems and there never seems to be any real irritation after using this haircolor.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
2zzday
(Woodstock, GA)
answer 3
I also have a sensitive scalp and this did not bother mine AT ALL! Make sure that if/when you use it that you have not washed your hair for a day or two and that you have some oil build-up because this will help give your scalp extra protection.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
daughtersofthew
(Riverside, CA)
answer 4
I have a sensitive scalp also, the color didn't bother my scalp, it bothered my hair! It gave me a very uneven color, and the oil made my hair soooo greasy....stay away!
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
beauty2addict
(Chicago, Il)
answer 5
I find this product to be quite gentle. I often find my scalp burns or itches when I get it colored. The smell can also be overwhelming too but not for this product, I find this to be nourishing and gentle. My curly hair looks better when I color it.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
greyingredhead
(Paris, France)
answer 6
I am allergic to a lot of things. I used it and didn't have a problem with it, however, what causes me to be sensitive (salicylates) might different for you. Also, this is NOT a permanent color like it says. It only lasts about 30 washes. I hope this helps. It's a beautiful color!
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
gomgo
(Idaho)
answer 7
I had no negative reaction to this product and I have a sensitive scalp. Unfortunately, the color result was one-dimensional and way darker than the package advertised.
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
redriding
(New York, NY)
answer 8
This stuff burns the scalp and fries the hair. Avoid.
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
karolcha
(New York, NY)
answer 9
I believe it would be ok with your senstive scalp b/c it doesn't have the ammonia in it.
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
sprout80
(Richmond, VA)
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Results on black/very dark brown hair?
I'm so curious to try this! I wanted to know if anyone has tried it on their dark brown/almost black hair and how it came out. Would really love to change it up when it comes to my hair! hehe

Thanks!
asked 3 years, 7 months ago
Anonymous
(New York, NY)
on Luxeblend™ Crème Hair Colour With Pequi Glossing Serum — Auburn
9 answers
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answer 1
It's not going to give you the results you see on the box. Maybe some red highlights that will be noticeable in the sun. Kinda like when I was in high school. I tried to dye my hair blonde (naturally light brown) without bleaching it first. The dye came out and I was left with the same brown hair I'd started with. Hope this helps.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
shellyd
(North Jersey)
answer 2
If you go to your Sephora store there may now be actual dyed strips that show the color shades that the color will work well on. I know this color did work on very light to relatively dark hair but, I do not know that it will show up on very dark brown/black hair because it isn't necessarily a color lifter. If you are looking to become a true red head, this probably will not get you where you want. There are a few brands that you can buy at drugstores that are made specifically for darker hair though!
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
daughtersofthew
(Riverside, CA)
answer 3
My hair is a dark brown and I'm very happy with how my hair turned out, it's not the purple-y/ burgundy color I was so scared of! It's just like the color on the box a shade or two darker if you can visualize that :)
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
lavanderpeach
(San Juan, PR)
answer 4
I have been using this product for awhile and it does cover grey well, it last until I need to cover up my grow out and it changed my mousy brown to a deep shiny, silky brown, that is no longer dry. Black hair? You can not change the color of black hair without professional help. If you have highlights, that part of the hair is going to come out differently than the rest of the hair, probably for the first couple of dyes. Hope that helps!!
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
tdisher
(Kenmore,WA)
answer 5
I had dark hair before trying this. It will come out dark auburn, I get lots of compliments on my color. I would try it!
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
grumple
(Oakland, CA)
answer 6
I am an Asian with dark brown hair and it did give me the auburn color that's on the box.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
sungod
(San Mateo, CA)
answer 7
My hair is med/dark brown..the color came out dark with little red
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
calicutie
(long beach,ca)
answer 8
Thank you! :)
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
kristinep
(New York, NY)
answer 9
We do not recommend using Auburn if you have very dark/black hair- there is a shade finder at the top of the CC brand page that shows which range of natural hair colours can acheive each shade. We recommend for best results to stay within 2 shades (lighter or darker) of your natural hair colour.

If you are looking for some spice, you could try the Medium Golden Brown,which has reddish undertones that are very flattering (think Eva Longoria).
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
ccexpert
(Los Angeles, CA)
Question
How does this work on pre-colored hair?
I've been dying my hair various shades of red for over 15 years. How will this take if my natural color is light brown, and my current color is a light auburn?
asked 2 years, 10 months ago
shellyd
(North Jersey)
on Luxeblend™ Crème Hair Colour With Pequi Glossing Serum — Auburn
4 answers
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answer 1
Yes. You will have a great color and the best thing is that, even with pre-colored or damaged hair, the shine will be brilliant!
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
Anonymous
(Sunnyvale, Ca)
answer 2
I first put this color on my hair that was previously colored and got very good results. I was using a similar shade before and was very happy with the match I got with this product.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
2zzday
(Woodstock, GA)
answer 3
Your color will most likely turn out a darker, more brownish red. The red tone in this has more violet and made my light, but very golden, blonde hair a very deep red/red-brown. My blonde shade was a result of coloring ashy blonde natural hair, so this dye covered my other color very well.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
daughtersofthew
(Riverside, CA)
answer 4
This will turn your hair Much, Much darker than what is on the box, and it gave me an uneven color. I too have been coloring my hair for forever, and I would stay away from this brand.
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
beauty2addict
(Chicago, Il)
Question
How often do I recolor?
Hey -- I was just wondering if there was a more specific wait time before coloring than the "two weeks" listed on the box. I'm pretty inexperienced when it comes to color and was hoping that the directions weren't suggesting updating your color every two weeks.
asked 1 year, 10 months ago
shopgirl7373
(Pittsburgh, PA)
on Luxeblend™ Crème Hair Colour With Pequi Glossing Serum — Auburn
2 answers
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answer 1
I can only speak from my experience and I have to color my hair because of the gray hair that becomes noticeable every 3 weeks - that is when I have to do a touch up. If not for the gray roots, I do notice that color starts fading i a couple of weeks if washed every day.
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
bagila
(Houston, TX)
answer 2
It depends on how fast your hair grows, how close your natural color is to the color you apply, and your personal preference. I colored every 4-6 weeks. If your roots are very noticeable as they grow out, you may want to do 3-4 weeks.

The mention of 2 weeks is probably more of a suggestion to keep you from overprocessing your hair by changing the color too often.
answered 1 year, 9 months ago
gettingreddy
(Atlanta, GA)
Question
when is this going to be in stock?
Recently when I go to order this product it is listed as out of stock. Are you going to be carrying this or should I be looking around for an differant supplier? I am not angry, I just need to know. I love this product and do not want to switch. Thank you.
asked 1 year, 6 months ago
19jett
(Kalama, WA)
on Luxeblend™ Crème Hair Colour With Pequi Glossing Serum — Auburn
1 answer
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answer 1
You can purchase it from a TV seller that starts with a Q. They will not post this if I mention the full name..but I feel your frustration. They need to keep their hair color in stock!
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
Italia187
(Florida)
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Pictures?
Can anyone upload true to life before and after pictures of this color? There is one pic in the reviews but it is a promo pic, and most people are saying the color does not turn out like that. I'd love to see it on a couple of "real" women!
asked 3 years, 1 month ago
kristallovesdogs
(Michigan)
on Luxeblend™ Crème Hair Colour With Pequi Glossing Serum — Auburn
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Product availability
I want to order Luxeblend Hair Colour in Auburn but it is and has been out of stock. Do you plan to carry this item in the near future?
Thank you!
asked 1 year, 7 months ago
19jett
(Kalama, WA)
on Luxeblend™ Crème Hair Colour With Pequi Glossing Serum — Auburn
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