- Product Dimensions: 8.1 x 6.1 x 24.9 cm ; 136 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 141 g
- Item Model Number: 4021609133155
- ASIN: B00OAJIJGO
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 27 November 2017
- Customer Reviews: 11 customer ratings
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Goldwell Goldwell Colorance Soft Color Mousse 10B Pastel Beige Blonde - 100g
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Goldwell Colorance Soft Color Foam Colorant is a conditioning, temporary coloring foam for increased gloss, color brilliance, and vibrant fashion effects. Free of alkalinity and oxidants (ph 6.8). Each application lasts 4-6 shampoos. Contents sufficient for 5-6 applications. Colorance Soft Color is a gentle, semi-permanent color foam that creates intensive, vibrant color effects which last 4-6 shampoos. Recommend it as an at-home refresher product for your color clients, that offers longer-lasting color results. A unique multi-functional color product, Soft Color is also excellent for use as an in-salon treatment and as a corrective color tool.
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Unfortunately for me, I was actually hoping to have a bit of a platinum color. My “gray” hair is actually an iridescent white that ONLY grows in at my hairline framing my face. My natural shade is beigy/golden blonde turning to dark ashy-blonde toward the back and underside. To pretend like I’m not going gray, I get hi-lights all over, as close to white-blonde as my stylist can manage (which ALWAYS turns out pale lemon without toner). So after salon perfection, the inevitable wash or two starts turning my hair back to lemony goodness. Then, I’m endlessly trying to counter it with purple shampoos, conditioners and toners - all so I can have cool-toned icy blonde hair to match what is growing in.
This is but yet another failure for me, since it basically turned my hair back to my natural hair color 20 years ago. So while I am trying to embrace the glowing white halo I’ve got, I’ve just managed to discard my efforts. I mean to wash it out today, a day after using it, in hopes it will go away.
I got here b/c my stylist only uses Goldwell products and attributes his success with my look to them. I figured I’d save $100 and tone at home innbetween my visits every 8 weeks. I’ve been using 10v, with drab, purply-gray results. What I really wanted was 10p, but that was sold out. So I convinced myself that 10b is really just 10p in code. Yep. I can be THAT stupid. $20 later, and I have precisely what the bottle promised. Beige blonde hair.
Pros: It looks good. It looks realistic. It looks beige and it has depth. It is not too ashy or too cool. The foam is an ochre or vanilla color, and after 15 minutes, it had darkened to a sort of bamboo color. And that’s what the light part of my hair looked like. So I guess when my beige-blonde roots grow in on the rest of my hair, I can use this at the crown to make my bright white halo around my face match.
Cons: Not what I wanted. Also, in the very pale areas of the bleached highlights (as opposed to my white roots), the toner was actually making that look MORE lemony than ever. So I just put some 10 v over it and it all balanced out.
It’s a good quality product. Just sort of the opposite color-wise if what I have in mind. Back to the drawing board...