So glad to find this on Walmart.com - the pandemic causing me to stay away from the salon was not making my work life via Zoom video calls very comfortable. Fortunately, my hairdresser had been using ShadesEQ for several years, so I knew the brand and color number. This developer was exactly the companion to the Redken color: I dumped the color into a bowl then filled up the color bottle with this developer (it's a 1 to 1 ratio). My color actually came out exactly like it did at the salon. Very grateful!
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Get the results you want with Redken Shades EQ Gloss Processing Solution, 33.8 oz. This product is recommended for professional use only. It's formulated to be mixed with Shades EQ Equalizing Conditioning Color Gloss (sold separately). This product's acidity produces proper pH and stabilizes viscosity. It ensures that tone, depth and color durability are achieved without any lift of the natural pigment. This Redken gloss processing solution comes in a generous size for multi-user settings. Follow up treatment with Color Extend Shampoo and Conditioner (sold separately) for best results.
Redken Shades EQ Gloss Processing Solution for Hair, 33.8 oz:
- Formulated to be mixed with Shades EQ Equalizing Conditioning Color Gloss
- Produces the proper pH to ensure tone, depth and color durability are achieved
- Won't lift the natural pigment
- Hair-processing solution recommended for professional use only
- Active ingredient: 2% hydrogen peroxide
Just like at the salon!
I have used this product for several years and have been very happy with it. I also am pleased with the service I had from Walmart
Have always used 'Processing Solution' with Shades EQ Liquid but had many of my peers say "Its just 10 Volume Peroxide - I use my favorite brand or whatever I have" and have seen them blame the client for for poor results or early fading. I tried to explain that the Conditioners / Buffers and other ingredients in most Developers as well as the difference in Volume AND pH may be the problem but most won't listen.
we use shades eq at my cosmo school. ive used it quite a few times but until now I didnt know it was a demi permanent I was under the impression it was permanent and was using 10 volume developer with it. This is good to know.
I do really love this product, I have been using for a while, what I dislike was the way were packed to ship to my adress because a great part of the product was spilled into the packaging.
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