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Luxeblend™ Crème Hair Colour With Pequi Glossing Serum — Light Golden Blonde


Luxeblend™ Crème Hair Colour With Pequi Glossing Serum — Light Golden Blonde

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 light golden blonde 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 Light Golden Blonde is best suited for those with light to dark blonde hair looking for a rich allover blonde shade with subtle copper undertones. For best results, stay within two shades of your natural hair color. This shade is comparable to the Level Nine shade with a warm, copper 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 — Light Golden Blonde

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Looking for a white blonde shade - is this it?
I used to use Fakkai's Grace 10N but am disappointed at how drab my hair turns out. I want a whiter blonde shade and this one says golden. My hair is dishwater blonde right now. What will this color look like on it, do you think? Thanks.
asked 3 years, 7 months ago
Anonymous
(Michigan)
on Luxeblend™ Crème Hair Colour With Pequi Glossing Serum — Light Golden Blonde
4 answers
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answer 1
No, you should try the light blonde one.
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
DrDisneyFan
(Sugar Land, TX)
answer 2
Try our NEW Light Blonde- it is super light, ash blonde- GORGEOUS!
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
ccexpert
(Los Angeles, CA)
answer 3
Its not light at all, its darker orangish color. Dont get it, I have to redo my hair now.
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
remaxtracy
(Elkhart, IN)
answer 4
I used this color and absolutely love it but it is a very warm, rich golden blonde, not a white blonde. What I did was highlight on top of it and now it is super light and GORGEOUS!!!! And it looks totally professional-people keep asking me who colored my hair! When I try the white blondes in other brands, they are flat and don't look natural. This is so multi-dimensional and rich and doesn't make me look washed out. But it is not a white blonde shade on its own, so if you want that look it may not be for you if you don't want to highlight on top of it. I also liked that you have a both a bottle and brush application to choose from. I used the brush around my hairline and roots and the bottle to do the back of my head. Very luxurious!!!!
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
alana2012
(Los Angeles, CA)
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Could a person use the light brown colour if they want to get rid of their blonde highlights and go one colour?
I have fair skin, blue eyes but I am sick of having blonde highlights (keep in mind my highlights aren't white their a darker blonde) and I want to go a brown.
asked 3 years, 5 months ago
Anonymous
on Luxeblend™ Crème Hair Colour With Pequi Glossing Serum — Light Golden Blonde
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answer 1
I actually tried this and it worked fine. Good luck!
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
DrDisneyFan
(Sugar Land, TX)
answer 2
Absolutely! We just did this for our beauty editor and it looked GORGEOUS!
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
ccexpert
(Los Angeles, CA)
answer 3
It worked for me- completely covered my highlights. Would definitely recommend
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
sephdonna
(Chicago, IL)
answer 4
I think you would be totally safe in getting rid of your blonde hairlights and I think the color will look very natural.
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
designforfun
(Topeka, KS)
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Is this haircolor Permanent or Semi-Permanent?
Description says permanent but box says lasts through 28 shampoos???
asked 3 years, 7 months ago
mhb1
(Philadelphia, PA)
on Luxeblend™ Crème Hair Colour With Pequi Glossing Serum — Light Golden Blonde
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answer 1
I found it to be semi-permanent when I used it. But it lasted a good 6 weeks for me, so I recolored at the same time I would have with permanent color.
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
DrDisneyFan
(Sugar Land, TX)
answer 2
It's Permanent. Typo! Sorry!
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
ccexpert
(Los Angeles, CA)
answer 3
It has been permanent for me. Hasn't altered from the first day I used it. Amazining!!!!
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
designforfun
(Topeka, KS)
answer 4
Permanent-I don't know why it says that because it does not wash out at all.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
alana2012
(Los Angeles, CA)
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Will this cover grey hair
asked 3 years, 6 months ago
behs
(Medford, MA)
on Luxeblend™ Crème Hair Colour With Pequi Glossing Serum — Light Golden Blonde
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answer 1
Yes, it covered mine.
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
DrDisneyFan
(Sugar Land, TX)
answer 2
Absolutely. I'm mostly gray and this is the most natural looking light golden blonde that I have ever used. NO gray anywhere and I'm going on 5 weeks! I used to have to color every 4 weeks.
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
designforfun
(Topeka, KS)
answer 3
Yes, LuxeBlend has great gray coverage
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
ccexpert
(Los Angeles, CA)
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2 Boxes
I usually use store bought hair color and I have to use two boxes, because my hair is long. It is about the length or the girls hair on the box. Should I get two kits or would one be enough?
asked 3 years, 6 months ago
abbyval
(Charlotte, NC)
on Luxeblend™ Crème Hair Colour With Pequi Glossing Serum — Light Golden Blonde
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answer 1
I have about that length hair too (and its fairly thick), and one box worked out fine. Be careful though, it comes out much redder than the picture.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
willowrw
(Northampton, MA)
answer 2
While there is a generous amount of colour in the LuxeBlend kit, if your hair is much longer than your shoulders or if it is very thick, you may want to have 2 boxes on hand, just in case.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
ccexpert
(Los Angeles, CA)
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Using on previously home-colored hair?
I have naturally blonde hair which for the past year I have been highlighting at salons for a more bleach-blonde look. I have decided to grow out my hair and save a bit of money, so i have skipped the salon recently - no trim, highlights since January. my dirty blonde roots were growing out and so, last week, I used an at home "light golden brown" permanent coloring kit to experiment with a darker shade. it looks ok, but I am excited to try this kit in light golden blonde. How long should I wait to try this color kit? would using this kit any time soon be too much processing for my hair? will the "light golden blonde" show up over "light golden brown"? permanent at home color? thanks!
asked 3 years, 6 months ago
jessedc
(Washington DC)
on Luxeblend™ Crème Hair Colour With Pequi Glossing Serum — Light Golden Blonde
2 answers
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answer 1
Unfortunately, haircolour cannot lift previously applied haircolour. That would be a corrective colour situation best handled by a salon professional. If you want to go lighter, you could try highlights or perhaps wait a few months until your existing colour fades significantly and then try the lighter shade of LuxeBlend.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
ccexpert
(Los Angeles, CA)
answer 2
I used this over a L'oreal haircolor and it took nicely. My problem was on my undyed hair which is a natural dark blonde. My roots took the color and came out super brassy as did most of my hair but new growth was the worst. I used the light golden blonde. It was too red/yellow for me.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
tden101
(Lake St Louis, MO)
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Touch up
I've had never dyed my hair until last week. I used the Light Golden Blonde and it turned my strawberry blonde (which had faded to blonde) back to the light red it was 10 years ago. I love it! My question may be dumb but...when I have to reapply the color, will I do my whole head again or just the roots? I love the color I have now and worry that if I put dye on top of this, it will make it an even darker red - since my original starting point was alot more blonde. Or will the color fade enough in the next several weeks that it won't be a problem? Thanks!!!
asked 3 years, 1 month ago
red1111
on Luxeblend™ Crème Hair Colour With Pequi Glossing Serum — Light Golden Blonde
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answer 1
You should do the whole head again.
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
DrDisneyFan
(Sugar Land, TX)
answer 2
Just do the roots, but pull the color through the ends (comb all the way through hair root to tip) for the last 5 minutes to refresh the color!
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
ccexpert
(Los Angeles, CA)
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I have black hair, will this work for me?
asked 2 years, 9 months ago
saraphoramc
(Memphis, TN)
on Luxeblend™ Crème Hair Colour With Pequi Glossing Serum — Light Golden Blonde
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answer 1
It says you should lighten no more than 2 levels. So no, black to blond won't work with this one.
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
DrDisneyFan
(Sugar Land, TX)
answer 2
You have to have your hair bleached before applying this product. I would suggest that you do it at the salon. I tried to bleach my hair at home and ended up at the salon as a hair emergency! It all worked OK but I wasted 2 days to fix the problem.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
magduck
(Seattle, WA)
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Will it cover gray?
I have med ash blonde hair with 60%-70% gray and a short cut. Looks like I have had white blonde highlights. Most products either do not touch the gray or turn ash to reddish or gold from lift--what I am looking for is something that will blend the two shades, but retain a highlight look. Must be easy, however as I really am a farm girl.
asked 3 years, 6 months ago
farmgirl3
(Sacramento, California)
on Luxeblend™ Crème Hair Colour With Pequi Glossing Serum — Light Golden Blonde
2 answers
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answer 1
LuxeBlend has great gray coverage, so if you are looking for an ashier tone, you may want to try the Light Brown. You can always highlight after you colour if you want to go lighter. Another option is to use your gray as a base colour and paint on lowlights with the light brown, to give your hair some dimension. Leave the front pieces around your face untouched, so it will give you a naturally highlighted effect.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
ccexpert
(Los Angeles, CA)
answer 2
LuxeBlend is a single process, warm golden blonde with strawberry undertones that is a beautiful all over blonde, but is not recommended if you want a traditional white blonde highlighted look. If you want to be super light, we recommend that you use Light Golden Blonde as a base, and then go to the salon for highlights.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
ccexpert
(Los Angeles, CA)
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Use This Over Highlighted Hair?
I recently had full highlights put in at the salon but they are ONCE AGAIN a muddy, browny shade of blonde, when I was going for warm, sunny blonde. My question is: if I use this color over my highlighted hair, will the highlights still show and therefore give a multidimensional look, or will it all go one color? Thanks!!
asked 3 years, 6 months ago
andorragirl
(San Francisco, CA)
on Luxeblend™ Crème Hair Colour With Pequi Glossing Serum — Light Golden Blonde
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answer 1
I have highlights as well. You will have highlights, but not the tone you have now obviously. They will take on the color of the hair color. It is a golden blonde, with more reddish hues in it than expected. If you follow the directions and realize that if you do pick up too much red, it will fade out. I have naturally blonde hair (pretty light), so I think that is why I picked up some red in my roots, but like I said, it faded.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
aripley
(Brookfield, WI)
answer 2
We do not recommend using LuxeBlend over heavily highlighted hair for 2 reasons.

First, to put a colour on top of highlighted (bleached) hair is corrective colour and needs to be done by a salon professional.

Second, while there are beautiful multidimensional highlights and lowlights in each shade of LuxeBlend, it is still an overall single process colour. This is a totally different look than salon highlights, and to achieve that white blonde highlighted look, you really need to see a salon professional.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
ccexpert
(Los Angeles, CA)
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