Garnier Nutrisse Hair Color
Garnier Olia Oil Powered Permanent Haircolor, 6 1/2 .3 Lightest Golden Brown - KitGarnier Nutrisse Hair Color
- 60% oil blend with natural flower oils
- Pure, vivid, long-lasting color with 100% gray coverage
- Visibly improves and restores hair
Unlike traditional hair color, Garnier olia oil powered permanent hair color uses an exclusive 60% oil blend, with natural flower oils in the colorant. The unique oil-based formula propels colorants deep into the hair without ammonia, for pure, vivid, long-lasting color. Olia achieves maximum color performance while the oils help reverse roughness and dullness, visibly improving and restoring hair.
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Usage advisory-safety: important: haircolor can cause an allergic reaction which, in certain rare cases, can be severe. Therefore, you must follow these precautions: do not use if: you have already had a reaction to a haircolor product; you have a sensitive, itchy or damaged scalp. If you have a tattoo, the risks of an allergic reaction may be increased. Perform a skin allergy test 48 hours before each use of this product (see insert). Remember to buy your product 2 days ahead of time. Avoid contact of this product with eyes and skin; if product gets into eyes, rinse immediately; wear gloves provided in kit; thoroughly rinse hair after application; do not use over compound henna or progressive color; do not use on relaxed hair; wait at least 14 days after bleaching or perming before coloring; keep product out of the reach of children. Do not apply on children. Caution: this product contains Ingredients which may cause skin irritation on certain individuals and a preliminary test according to accompanying directions should first be made. This product must not be used for dyeing the eyelashes or eyebrows. To do so may cause blindness.