What’s the difference between box color and Goldwell salon color?
Everyone knows that getting a professional haircut from a salon is important, but some people question the value of salon color and look to save a few bucks, so they toy with the idea of coloring from a box. Many people have done it at some point because, hey, the girls on the box look great and it’s cheap. The color may look acceptable initially, but what about as it fades? Box color brown usually fade to an orange and blondes fade to a yellow. And what happens when it doesn’t look right the first time? You buy another box to correct it or call a professional to fix it and your money-saving intentions are now costing you more.
Think about long-term effects of layering boxed color and the alternative of having a professional applying Goldwell, an excellent color line that covers stubborn grays and gets perfectly even, brilliant results. With grey hair, penetration can be difficult given the dry and brittle nature of the hair itself. Goldwell TopChic line provides a Dye Penetration and Reflects system which allows the dye to penetrate deeper into your hair, neutralizing free radicals and protecting hair from future damage.
Goldwell color helps improve your hair color results by smoothing follicles and allowing the color to equalize from roots to ends. This means you will achieve full coverage without any harsh lines where your hair has grown out or where you have grey streaks. Goldwell hair dye is commonly used in hair coloring services designed to recover damaged hair and return it to a natural-looking finish.
Goldwell did a great job of releasing their hair color in a wide range of shades, including natural browns, blondes and reds. They also have included innovative cool-steering technology to keep your hair in just the right range without fading or changing over time. The browns are deep while the reds are vibrant and shiny. If you have any hair color questions, we would be happy to help you!