Toning conditioning treatment for colored blonde or pink hair
Color pigments in the mask revive faded hair color and bring back its vibrancy and shine. Adds vibrant pink pigments to colored blonde or pink hair. Plant-based proteins and amino acids strengthen hair, and carefully selected vegan ingredients effectively repair and reconstruct color treated hair. The glow and shine of freshly colored hair are back in an instant!
Improves color uptake and retention while increasing the shine and vitality
Absorbs into the hair shaft to repair and condition, leaving hair shiny, radiant, luxuriant, and healthy.
Vegan color pigments
No ammonia or harsh chemicals, just uniquely created pigments that tone hair without any damage.
This vitamin helps hair retain moisture and keeps hair hydrated.
SO fun! Because of my job I can't have vibrant color but this is the best temporary fun for blond hair! Keeps my hair super shiny and conditioned, that's a huge plus. And the color fades in a few washes if I don't maintain it.
Smells great, easy to use, keeps my color fresh so I don’t have to spend a ton at the salon every few weeks!
Really nice conditioner that works.
The stuff is overpriced, but it does work. I shampooed my hair with the same brand product, leaving the shampoo on my dry hair for about 15 minutes. Then I rinse the shampoo out and re-washed again with regular shampoo.Then, I towel dried my hair and I put this stuff on, this conditioner. I left the conditioner on for about 10 minutes and then rinsed.I am impressed. It left my hair very pretty and it stays in the hair for a few washings. It’s definitely worth it !
I wish I had a before picture of my hair before using this but I had very little faith it would do what I needed it to -- BUT I WAS SO WRONG.So, about 2.5 weeks ago, I bleached my dark brown hair, toned it with a white toner, and started to dye it Purple. I was okay with it, but the purple dye I used would fade nearly every shower and it was uneven in places and It wasn't quite where I wanted it to be. Occassionally it would fade to a lovely silver/grey color that I fell in love with and wanted to keep. But I needed to get rid of some of the purple that was clinging to parts of my hair.So, against my better judgment, I used Color Oops on my hair to try and strip it of the purple. Low and behold, it turned my hair to a strange mint green color. It wasn't hideous and it could have been a lot worse but it wasn't where I wanted to be. I read that trying a pink or red toner could negate the green. Made sense, color theory wise, but I wasn't really holding out much hope that it would actually work. But I wanted to give it a try.So I ordered this product after a couple hours of looking and research. Along with it, I ordered Mint green Dye and Color Conditioner to just embrace the green if it didn't work out. (I'm pretty lax about my hair, so I generally just go where the tide takes me. Dying is a new venture of mine - so I'm aloofly learning.)The product came and I finally decided to do it Sunday Morning. I put it in my shampoo'd and towel dried hair, massaged it in, combed it through and let it sit for about 15 minutes or so. I was already pretty shocked by the color my hair was with the product in. But I didn't think it would stay like that. I figured I'd wash it out and it'd still be green. But let me tell you --When I washed out my hair and dried it, I WAS FLABBERGASTED. I stared at myself in the mirror -- **Absolutely no green to be had.** I was ECSTATIC! I immediately started working on retoning my hair to white, and got to the purple shampoo/conditioner to get it to the grey I wanted and now it's exactly where I want it and I'm SO THRILLED about it!This was an INCREDIBLE save for me and I'm so thrilled about it!!!
Good to block any orange color
I haven't touched up my highlighted in about 2 months so it had faded into an orangeish color, but this still worked on it! I did leave it longer than its recommended. My hair turned into a beautiful rose color
From platinum to ROSE
I have platinum blonde hair, so I checked with my stylist before trying this rose color and got the go-ahead. 10 minutes and I have a lovely rose gold shade to my hair, and it is super soft.
Color Mask Treatments are pigmented deep conditioners, and Color Mask Shampoos are pigmented shampoos.
Color Masks are specially formulated for color-treated hair, as they perfectly take into account all that colored hair needs: color refresh and deep conditioning!
Color Masks don't contain harsh chemicals like ammonia. Quite the contrary actually! They gently cleanse and deeply condition and repair hair, while depositing color pigments to the hair's surface.
Color Masks are intended to tone hair or maintain your existing hair color. We all know that beautiful hair color can fade and lose its vibrancy within a few washes. That's where Color Masks come in! Use in place of regular shampoo or conditioner whenever your hair color needs to be refreshed. Simple as that!
Yes! All Four Reasons products are 100% vegan and cruelty-free. We do not test, and we do not have anyone else test Four Reasons products or their ingredients,on animals. In our products, we use raw materials from known European suppliers. According to EU legislation, testing these raw materials on animals has been banned since 2009.
Yes, the grass is actually greener on this side! By the end of 2020, 99% of our packaging is recyclable when empty, and 35% of the plastic packaging for our retail products were either recycled or bioplastic. Cardboard boxes used in product shipments are also 85% recycled cardboard, the printed reclaimed paper used to fill the transportation boxes is 100% made of recycled materials and the packaging tape is recycled paper. Our shipments may not be the prettiest but it’s not our style to spoil the environment to please the eye – beauty doesn’t come in one shape and size, and this applies to packaging, too!
The safety of our staff, customers, and community is always top of mind. In light of COVID-19, we have taken steps to prevent the spread of germs inside and outside of our facilities. That includes increased cleaning and disinfecting, work from home when possible, and other measures as recommended by World Health Organization (WHO) and Center for Disease Control (CDC).