Salon Sales are introducing a new range of quality permanent tints called ‘Jungle Fever’ hair colour. Jungle Fever is replacing the ageing CDC Compagnia Del Colore range that was previously stocked.
Jungle Fever permanent colours are supplied in 100ml tubes and mixed with peroxide in the ratios of:-
1 part tint to 1.5 parts of peroxide for normal colouring and 1 part tint to 2.5 parts of peroxide for high lift colouring
This means a total mix of 250ml to 350mls which compared to 120ml to 150mls for standard 60ml colour tubes is over twice the amount of usable product at a much better price.
With over 114 shades this highly competitive range is sure to please.
With its distinctive black and white striped packaging this new Italian range of permanent colour is flying off the shelves. This new range is available from Here
Many of our salon customers come into our cash and carry asking the same question. Which is the best shampoo for after-care customer colouring? It is part of the hairdressers role giving after-care advice to clients and recommending products so it is important that salon staff understand the importance of why only certain shampoo is good for coloured hair. Shampoo claimed to be good for coloured hair will always be sulphate free. Sulphate strips the hair of colour and can cause hair to dry out which is not something a customer wants to happen with hair that has had a colour process. While sulphate free shampoo’s are a lot better than none sulphate free the actual sulphate free shampoo you choose to recommend will probably very much depend upon what branding your salon uses. For example if your salon colours with Loreal hair colour it is probably good practice to recommend a sulphate free Loreal shampoo. However, the eventual choice is up to you!