If you only want to deposit hair colour, that's where zero lift developer (also known as no lift developer) is useful. Even if you're going for something semi-permanent for your clients, peroxide can help make it happen. Traditional developers help to lighten the hair. If you're using under 10 vol, you can expect hair to change shade by approximately a single level. The higher levels like 20 vol or 30 vol can result in hair lightening by 3-4 shades. Using the highest level which is 40 vol, will lift as much as 8 shades. The formulation of these developers still activate the colours and assist with opening the cuticle. Colour can then be deposited into strands of hair, causing very minimal damage. Additionally, developer is great for use on darker hair.
Using Zero/No Lift Developer Professionally
You may not need zero lift developer often, but it's important to have it on hand in your salon when it is needed. Depending on the brand you use, hair colour charts will help you to understand the mixing ratios and what to expect with the outcome. If you have any questions about choosing developers, our hair colour experts are always happy to help you out.
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