For professional semi-permanent dyes or temporary colours, 5 vol developer is a common go-to. If you're an industry professional in the hairdressing game, you'll know the importance of a good 5 vol developer. It's ideal for when 3.5vol isn't quite strong enough, and higher strengths might be too much. If you have a client wanting permanent hair colour, you may need to use a higher level peroxide.
Generally speaking, under 10 vol will lift or darken no more than 1 shade. So if your client is making a transformation from brown to blonde, this isn't the right developer for them. Higher levels are likely to lift more than 7 shades if used in conjunction with bleaching agents.
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Most salons use 20 vol the most as it gives plenty of lift without damaging the hair too much. It's also good to keep some 5 vol on hand for those wanting something a little more temporary. 30 vol and 40 vol will be used for clients wanting a big change quickly.
Our friendly staff will be more than happy to assist if you have any additional questions about our products as there are a number of peroxides and developers to pick from.
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