L'Oreal Frost & Design is a hair dyeing product that allows you to highlight your hair at home. The kit contains a highlighting cap, plastic styling hook, mixing tray, highlighting tool, lightening powder, creme developer, frosting protective creme, toning rinse, conditioning shampoo, gloves and directions. L'Oreal Frost and Design lets you add glamorous highlights to your hair in a few simple steps.
Test a strand of your hair to predict results and any health reactions. Place a towel around your shoulders and chest to protect clothing and skin from dye. Put on the rubber gloves and mix a small amount of the powder with the developer in the mixing tray. Apply the mix to a strand of hair and let it sit for 20 minutes. Wash and style your hair as usual and wait 24 hours. If there are no adverse side effects, you can highlight more of your hair.
Put gloves on your hands and the highlighting cap on your head. Pull strands of hair through the highlighting cap with the plastic styling hook.
Mix the remaining powder with the developer. Paint mixture onto select strands of hair using the highlighting tool. Focus on strands of hair around your face to better see your hair as you highlight it. Allow it to process for up to 20 minutes.
Rinse the dye from your hair in the shower. Work the toning rinse into your hair. Wash hair with the conditioning shampoo. Style as usual.
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