“Matching tone” colour: what is it?
“Matching tone” colour is a colouring treatment, oxidising and ammonia-free. It contains dye precursors that penetrate the hair without reaching the core of the hair fibre.
A “matching tone” colour highlights the hair, as opposed to lightening it: the hair’s colour doesn’t drastically change, only about 50°% of grey hair arecovered.
What are the results in terms of colour?
“Matching tone” colouring lasts from 6 to 8 weeks.
There is no “root effect”.
The colour is close to the hair’s natural colour: choose a colour close to, or darker than, your natural hair colour, as lightening the hair is not possible.
Who uses “matching tone” colouring?
People who wish to cover their first grey hairs, without drastically altering their hair colour: the 30-49 age range.
People who want to highlight their hair with a colour that last and that goes noticed – this type of colouring is increasingly popular with teenagers.