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Nice 'n Easy believes that hair looks its best when it’s natural-looking. To achieve this, this colour uses Colour Blend Technology which contains multi-tonal hair colour. This shade delivers high-lift blonding in just one step. You'll get ultimate natural looking colour with layers of delicate tones and highlights. It layers neutral tones to enhance your natural colour. For optimal results, use this shade on light blonde to medium brown hair. This colour is not recommended for use on grey hair. On natural red hair, colour gives a lighter red result.
Will it blend away my greys?
Yes. Nice n' Easy promises to beautifully blend away your greys.
How long will my colour last?
Nice 'n Easy's exclusive ColourSeal Conditioning Gloss, designed for brilliant blondes, adds intense shine, and helps seal in beautiful, natural looking colour for up to eight weeks.
Will Nice 'n Easy Ultra Light Blondes work on brown hair?
Yes. You can go from brown to blonde in just one step.
How does it work?
Clairol's exclusive Colour Blend Technology gives you a pigment-rich base layered with contouring highlights for our most natural looking colour ever. The result is colour that is truly yours.
Contains ColourSeal Gloss
Designed to be used weekly during the six-week colouring cycle, ColourSeal Gloss preserves your beautiful hair colour appearance and actually helps to prevent colour from fading. It should first be applied after initial hair colour application, and repeated weekly to help keep your colour looking vibrant.
COLOUR BLEND FORMULA: Aqua - Ethoxydiglycol - Propylene Glycol - Ammonium Hydroxide - Soytrimonium Chloride - Isopropyl Alcohol - Trisodium Ethylenediamine Disuccinate - Oleth -5 - Oleth -2 - Tall Oil Acid - Parfum - C11 -15 Pareth -9 - Cocamidopropyl Betaine - C12 -15 Pareth -3 - Citric Acid - Erythorbic Acid - Sodium Sulfite - Limonene - 1 -Naphthol - EDTA - Resorcinol - p -Aminophenol - Linalool - N -N -Bis(2 -Hydroxyethyl) -p -Phenylenediamine Sulfate - m -Aminophenol - Citronellol - 2 -Methylresorcinol - p -Phenylenediamine
COLOUR ACTIVATING CREME: Aqua - Hydrogen Peroxide - Acrylates Copolymer - Steareth -21 - Oleth -2 - Oleth -5 - PEG -50 Hydrogenated Palmamide - Acrylates/Steareth -20 Methacrylate Copolymer - Oleyl Alcohol - Etidronic Acid - Disodium EDTA - Simethicone - Tetrasodium Pyrophosphate - Phosphoric Acid - Sorbitan Stearate - PEG -40 Stearate - Magnesium Chloride - Magnesium Nitrate - Cellulose Gum - Methylchloroisothiazolinone - Methylisothiazolinone - Potassium Sorbate - Sorbic Acid
CC* COLOURSEAL™ CONDITIONER: Aqua - Bis -Hydroxy/Methoxy Amodimethicone - Stearyl Alcohol - Cetyl Alcohol - Stearamidopropyl Dimethylamine - Glutamic Acid - Benzyl Alcohol - Dicetyldimonium Chloride - Parfum - Panthenyl Ethyl Ether - Propylene Glycol - Citric Acid - EDTA - Hexyl Cinnamal - Sodium Chloride - Cocos Nucifera Oil - Carthamus Tinctorius Seed Oil - Panthenol - Benzyl Salicylate - Magnesium Nitrate - Trimethylsiloxysilicate - Methylchloroisothiazolinone - Magnesium Chloride - Methylisothiazolinone
Colour: 87 Natural Ultra Light Blonde | Size: Pack of 1
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Arrived quickly. Covers grey and looks like the colour on the box. Pleased with this product and service.Published 1 day ago by Ralph W. Roberts
lovely colour and covers grey ..hair really soft and shiny as well.Published 8 days ago by margaret o shea
Great hair dye for people with long hair. Plus it covers grey hair really well.Published 11 days ago by Amazon Customer
I always use nice and easy, been using it for years, I use the permanent on the roots then use the semi permanent on the rest, it does less harn and leaves my hair feeling lovely... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Suevanna booth
The batch of "Clairol Nice'n Easy Non-Permanent Hair Colour (Lasts Up To 8 Shampoos) - 79 Dark Brown" I ordered in January might more reasonably be called "Dark... Read morePublished 17 days ago by MsCovado