Images for illustrative purposes only! The result may vary depending on the base applied and the method of use followed.
We recommend always carrying out a strand test before applying the product to the entire hair.
In some cases, Pigment Masks can cover up to 80% of gray hair. Remember that this is not the rule, it is an exception. That's why it's always important to carry out a strand test beforehand to ensure that you get the result you want. In most cases where the Pigment Mask is applied to white hair, it doesn't pigment it. And if it gets on the hair, it can come off in the first few washes.
About the product:
Paraben and peroxide free;
You can mix with other colors to obtain new shades;
Intense and vibrant color;
Contains no aniline;
Lasts from 5 to 25 washes (duration varies according to hair and maintenance);
Hair must be bleached or dyed;
Wear gloves throughout the process;
If removed in the shower, the product can stain the skin;
Do a strand test before applying the product to the entire hair.
Strand test: Separate and isolate a strand of hair and follow the entire procedure in the directions for use.
Apply the Polar Bear Pigment Mask* to clean, dry hair and leave on for 5 to 30 minutes (the lighter the base, the shorter the waiting time). After the waiting time, rinse** only with water until all the excess has been removed. Finish as you wish. Wear gloves when applying. To apply the Polar Bear Pigment Mask your hair needs to be at a base between 11 (super light blonde) and 12 (ultra light blonde) and tinted.
*Dilute 1 spoonful of Polar Bear Pigmenting Mask to 3 or 4 spoonfuls of Diluting Cream. It is important to carry out a strand test first.
**We recommend that the product is not removed in the shower as there is a risk of staining the skin.
TOUCH TEST: Apply the product to the forearm, leave on for 20 minutes, wash off and wait 24 hours. If there is any skin irritation, itching or burning, do not use the product.