2.1 First step: Diagnosis
Every coloring starts with a diagnosis of the hair to determine, with the client, the most appropriate care and the type of coloring plant desired.
The Biocoiff' biocolorists offer organic dyeing to change your color, to cover white hair or to give highlights a highlight with white clay.
Biocoiff' professionals are used to repairing hair that has been mistreated by chemical colorings or tests that are not always conclusive.
2.2 Second step: Clay mask shampoo
Before starting a coloring , start by washing your hair with a clay mask shampoo.
Clay, or more precisely clays, are minerals containing more or less silica with the property of absorbing and eliminating toxins.
The clay used in shampoos and masks removes all chemical residues that clog the fiber hair.
The clay acts in depth and purifies the hair.
When switching from coloring to coloring , the clay mask shampoo will thoroughly clean the hair.
However, the first coloring plant to be made is likely to degorge more quickly.
A normal effect that will not occur again at the next appointment.
White clay, also known as kaolin powder, is preferred before a coloring, as it is less aggressive to the scalp.
At Biocoiff', we systematically use a shampoo with three clays formulated by our laboratory.
2.3 Third step: the application of the color plant
The coloring is done on clean hair.
Once washed and partially dried, the colourist will mix the powders to obtain the desired shade with water heated to about 70°.
Demineralised water is recommended because it does not contain lead, chlorine or mineral salts such as magnesium or calcium.
He will then mix them until a smooth, lump-free paste is obtained.
Once it reaches the temperature of 37°, it will coat the whole hair from the roots to tips.
2.4 Step 4: Installation of coloring under heat
Once the hair has been covered and wrapped in a transparent film, it is left under a heated steam helmet so that the pigments can work more effectively.
The application time varies from one client to another, but the coloring is softer, the application time is longer.
This can vary from 30 to 90 . The colourist will monitor the pigmentation of the hair.
2.5 Step 5: Rinse with water
Now it's time to see the result through the rinse tank.
Rinse out a coloring until the water runs clear, indicating that there is no trace of pigment left on the hair.
2.6 Step 6: Aftercare color with ylang-ylang
After rinsing the coloring ,organic hairdressers recommend applying a ylang-ylang mask.
The essential oil obtained from the fragrant flowers of Cananga odorata is known for its cosmetic properties.
When added to a hair mask, ylang-ylang will :
- Tone the hair
- Improving growth
- Increase their shine
- Curbing their fall
A ylang-ylang mask will also help set the color and preserve its radiance.
The hair is shiny and retains a good hold.
A ylang-ylang mask works remarkably well on the hair if left on for about 20 minutes.
You can make your own ylang-ylang treatment or mask at home by mixing neutral shampoo or neutral henna with ylang-ylang essential oil.
At Biocoiff', we offer a ready-made ylang-ylang conditioner.
Use on towel-dried hair, starting at tips and working up to the roots.
Gently massage the scal p and leave on for 15-30 minutes before rinsing.
The hair is easy to detangle and can be dried and styled.
2.7 Step 7: The Final Result!
Those who speak best about the benefits of coloring are the clients of Biocoiff'.
This process was developed in 2005 by Charley, the founder of the brand, and has been very successful.
It helps to achieve the desired colour and gives the assurance that it will age well.
The hair remains beautiful and shiny.
The color does not fade and will even patina, so that the problem of demarcation during regrowth is avoided.
It is easier to space out the sessions at the hairdresser's to do a root canal.