milk_shake® Colour Whipped Cream Violet Leave-In Conditioning Foam (100ml bottle)
milk_shake Whipped Cream Leave-In Conditioner is one of the most loved products in the milk_shake hair care range and we now have 7 coloured versions to enhance the colour of your hair whilst adding condition, shine and nourishment.
The smell and the unique way that milk_shake® Whipped Cream leaves the bottle becomes addictive. milk_shake® Whipped Cream has all the ingredients to make your hair look smooth, shiny and ultra soft.
What it does?
This milk_shake® Whipped Cream Leave-In Conditioner is perfect for detangling the hair and brilliant as a quick wash and go conditioning treatment whilst adding colour. For optimal results, you should combine milk_shake® Whipped Cream with your choice of milk_shake® shampoo and a weekly milk_shake® moisturising treatment
Multi-vitamin complex, Integrity 41® (hydroglycolic sunflower seed extract, rich in antioxidant polyphenols), milk proteins.
Shake well, point downwards and dispense product into the hand. Apply to clean, damp hair. Proceed with styling.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
HOW LONG WILL THEY LAST?
Approximately 1 to 2 wishes, however, they may stain on porous hair types
WHICH COLOURS WORK ON DARK HAIR?
Warm Brunette and Cold Brunette work on dark brown hair. Violet works on medium brown. Copper & Light Red work on light brown hair. The darker the hair, the more subtle the colour result will be.
WHAT ARE THE INGREDIENTS?
For the full list of ingredients, please refer to the back of the can of the specific product as they will differ for each colour.
milk_shake® Colour Whipped Creams all contain the following beneficial ingredients to the hair;
• Milk proteins
• Integrity 41
• Blueberry and Mango Extracts • Vitamin E.
HOW MANY APPLICATIONS IN A BOTTLE?
This will totally depend on the thickness and length of hair and on the desired result. The product is in a 100ml size can.
CAN YOU MIX COLOURS?
Yes all colours can be mixed together as desired.
DO THEY CONTAIN DYE?
Yes they contain a small amount of ‘direct dye’ but no developing pigment (PPD).