Available in five high intensity shades, the INOA Carmilane collection provides L'Oréal Professionnel's most resistant red, with garnet accents to ensure a great depth of colour. When hair is coloured, the dye creates a new base colour within the hair. Unlike other red hair dyes, the INOA Carmilane collection has a unique multi-dimensional structure that creates powerful magnetic-like bonds to the hair, anchoring the colour deeply into the heart of the fibre. The result is a long-lasting vibrant colour that doesn't fade quickly, or leave hair looking dull after only a couple of weeks, as well as optimum scalp comfort. The ODS technology used includes no ammonia and harnesses no odour, ensuring a relaxing experience.
Although you can buy a red home hair colourant for less than a tenner, visiting a hairdresser and investing in a great colour programme can really make a huge difference. Not only will the colour be stronger, last longer and look more fabulous, it’s the tailor made touch that you can’t achieve at home. The clever people at L'Oréal Professionnel have even developed a range of after-care products to help our hair look soft, shiny and vibrant even after we’ve left the salon. The INOA Color Care range includes a shampoo, conditioner and masque to intensely nourish dry hair while protecting the colour and replenishing the hair fiber for a smooth, shiny finish. The formula also nourishes the hair fiber to protect and maintain the INOA colour radiance and intensity.
I was lucky enough to be invited down to Hershesons salon in Harvey Nichols to have a hair makeover using these innovative hair dyes, and I couldn't be more chuffed. I'll be bringing you the results and sharing my experience with the after care products in a forthcoming post, but suffice to say I couldn’t recommend INOA Carmilane more. Are you a redhead? Have you ever thought about dying your hair a vibrant shade? Does the after care worry or concern you? Would you try INOA Carmilane?
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This is a commissioned post as part of a partnership with L'Oréal Professionnel. However, all opinions and experiences are my own and in no way reflect those of L'Oréal Professionnel.