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Colora Water Colors

Colora Water Colors is organic water activated powder hair color that conditions as it colors.
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Colora Water Colors is organic, water-activated powder hair color that conditions as it colors.

  • SKU: 002959   /  
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  • Designed to cover gray hair or revive your natural color
  • Contains no peroxide or ammonia
  • Contains no animal products

Directions

Shampoo hair and towel dry (only if hair is excessively oily). Pour Colora Water Colors into a glass or a plastic bowl and add 2 ounces of warm tap water (about six Water Colors Bottelfulls) to the powder to obtain a cream-like gel liquid. Mix well. Do not use metallic utensils. Mix for 1 minute until mixture thickens, then apply Waters Colors on hair. Leave on hair for recommended time according to the information below. You can increase of decrease timing to get darker or lighter results. Start checking color after first 10 minutes by wiping a strand of hair with a tissue paper-keep checking until desired result is achieved. Rinse and shampoo.

  • Black: 30 minutes
  • Dark Brown: 30 minutes
  • Brown: 20 minutes
  • Chestnut: 20 minutes
  • Burgundy: 20 minutes
  • Mahogany: 20 minutes
  • Light Brown: 15 minutes
  • Auburn: 30 minutes
  • Copper: 15 minutes
  • Gold Brown: 15 minutes
  • Blondine: 30 minutes
  • Silver: 30 minutes

Cellulose Gum, Sodium Perborate. May also contain P-Phenylendiamine Sulfate, M-Aminophenol, P-Aminopherol, D & C Violet 2, HC Yellow 4.

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  • Good 2 Star Rating
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    Jan 29, 2015
    / US
    HAIR TYPE
    Black / Curly Hair
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    Jan 29, 2015
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    Jan 29, 2015
    / US
    HAIR TYPE
    Black / Curly Hair
  • Excellent For Gray Hair 5 Star Rating
    I've been using this product in mahogany for over a year to cover gray roots before I henna the rest of my hair..........without it the red henna alone leaves gray roots orange...lighter than the rest of your hair.........the darker mahogany water color is very natural and blends well when henna is used over it....................it is an excellent and easy product to use......though it comes in a tiny bottle....when it gels with added water there is plenty to cover short hair...........even without henna it is a great product to color gray hair naturally..............if you use henna....try Colora's henna intensifier as well..........

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    Oct 5, 2014
    / Oregon
    HAIR TYPE
    Grey / Fine or Thin Hair
  • Stay Away From Blondine 1 Star Rating
    I bought several bottles of Blondine and light brown, hoping that I could cover my white roots. Big mistake with Blondine. My roots are GREEN!

    I did some research and read that it could be because of the chlorine in the water. But I used a very expensive spring water. I don't think there is chlorine in there. I don't know what to do...

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    Sep 15, 2013
    / Los Angeles
    HAIR TYPE
    White / Normal Hair
  • Need To Experiment! 3 Star Rating
    I wanted to stop using hair dyes with peroxide and ammonia as it turned my scalp red and itchy. So I was very excited to try Colora watercolor. On the positive side, I am very happy that my scalp is no longer red and itchy! That's big for me! And my hair already looks healthier. On the negative aspect, I am still mitigated. Since my hair had been dyed medium blonde and my roots were light brown with strands of grey, I decided to mix 1 bottle of Blondine with half a bottle of Light Brown. The result was too dark for my taste. I should have either added less light brown, or left the product on less time. But that's not the major problem. The big problem is that under artificial light, my hair is GREEN! I read an article that says that ,in this case, you need to add some red. I need to find out whether I can mix a tiny bit of red with the Blondine and the light Brown or if I should do a light red rince first.

    My other complaint is that these bottles are very tiny! I have long and very thick hair and if I respected the measuring on the instructions, I would probably need 3 or 4 bottles. The mix is not gel-like either. I ended up adding more water and I made a mess in the bathroom. Although, the color is easy to clean-up EXCEPT on porous surfaces like wood.

    So, adding a little red to get rid of the greenish yellow will be my next experiment! To be continued...

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    Aug 23, 2013
    HAIR TYPE
    Blonde / Normal Hair / Dry Hair / Color Treated Hair / Thick or Coarse Hair / Chemically Treated Hair
  • Nice! 5 Star Rating
    I've used the Colora creme which turned my hair green. (The brown was nice but literally has a green base so looked green in florescence - I've had kids at school ask me if it was green). I am so happy with the water colors, though! I've had it with henna turning my hair red (other than the creme) but don't like green either and this is a VERY nice color! I left it darker than I'd like (left it on longer) and am learning from that. May order light brown too next time (just got brown) but it is conditioning and true. My new hair coloring product!!! Nisso - you did great! Thank you!

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    May 5, 2011
    / GA
    HAIR TYPE
    Light Brown / Dry Hair / Thick or Coarse Hair
  • Temporary Clean Up, Permanent Results 4 Star Rating
    I received the same reuslts as a similar product from another website that cost twice and much; it's still permanent and gentle on my hair. I dye my hair black and it covers well (don't know if I have any grays). The nice thing about this product is also that it washes off of surfaces fairly easily. The 'other product' I used before I had to use bleach to get it off of anything and it didn't work all the time. This one is no hassle clean up. :) Only downside is that it is a tad runnier than what I am used to. I have to keep on eye on any drips before it stains my neck. I would recommend this product for it's price AND ease of use.

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    Dec 15, 2010
    / California
    HAIR TYPE
    Light Brown / Fine or Thin Hair
  • Excellent Hair Color 5 Star Rating
    I tried lots of different hair color brands when I decided to go from natural brunette to red, four years ago. Colora is the only one that leaves my hair in good condition. Reds tend to fade quickly so I have to touch up every few weeks. I don't have to worry about damage, though. It's gentle.It also looks like a natural color. The reds have different tones in my hair, and reflect the light. It doesn't look fake (well, until my greys come out).

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    Nov 29, 2010
    HAIR TYPE
    Auburn / Color Treated Hair / Fine or Thin Hair
  • Nice 3 Star Rating
    Hi its so nice

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    Jul 12, 2010
    / NJ
    HAIR TYPE
    Black / Relaxed Hair
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