Copper Color Depositing Mask
Experience temporary color with the treatment benefits of a deep conditioning mask. Available nine curated shades, these easy-to-use masks serve a number of purposes: use brunette and blonde shades to enhance your existing color or help maintain it between salon visits, or try fashion shades to experiment with new colors without commitment or damage. Color Depositing Masks also contain nourishing ingredients including an amino acid blend, apricot kernel oil and reparative ArganID™ technology for hair that looks and feels healthier. The packaging is made from 50% post-consumer recycled material, which helps to reduce our carbon footprint by consuming less energy.
Copper is an intense copper tone for medium blonde to medium brown hair. Individual results will vary and depend on the starting condition and shade of hair; see the FAQ section of this page for details. To find your perfect shade, take our quiz. Please note that this product is not formulated to color greys.
- Enhances tones
- Refreshes existing hair color
- Customizes hair color
- Temporary results
- Deep conditions
- Instantly increases softness
- Helps restore hair health
- Imparts radiant shine
Before committing to a full head of color, we recommend conducting a strand test first to assess the level of color deposition. Start by choosing a small piece of hair to test, ideally one that’s mostly hidden when your hair is styled normally. Section off the strand and tie the rest out of the way. Apply Color Depositing Mask on the strand and leave on 2–3 minutes. Rinse. If the color is too subtle, try a second strand and leave on for longer. For more details, visit the blog.
- Start with clean, towel-dried hair.
- Section hair and apply a generous amount. Distribute evenly using a wide-tooth comb.
- Leave on for 5–7 minutes, depending on desired intensity.
- Rinse thoroughly. Style as usual.
Tip: For a pastel effect, mix ¼ part Color Depositing Mask with ¾ parts Moroccanoil® Weightless Hydrating Mask to soften the color result.
Note: Color Depositing Masks add temporary color that is designed to fade out gradually over time. The lighter the hair, the more vibrant and long-lasting the shade. Color results and longevity also depend on hair porosity. To hit reset and expedite the color washout process, visit a Moroccanoil salon and consult with your stylist.
How long do results last?
Color Depositing Masks add temporary color that is designed to fade out gradually over time. The lighter the hair, the more vibrant and long-lasting the shade. Color results and longevity also depend on hair porosity and how frequently you wash your hair. Hibiscus and Aquamarine are the most vibrant colors and may last longer than other shades.
Do the Color Depositing Masks damage your hair?
No. In fact, they do the opposite. These masks are intensely nourishing treatments. They do not contain ammonia, peroxide or bleach.
Will my hair revert back to its original color?
Yes, the pigments are temporary and deposited only on the outermost layer of the hair. With regular washing, the pigments will eventually fade out over time. To hit reset and expedite the color washout process, visit a Moroccanoil salon and consult with your stylist.
Will these masks stain my hands?
Minimal staining may occur and can be easily removed with soap and water. Just got a fresh manicure? Check out these tips for staying totally stain-free.
Will these masks stain my shower?
No, these masks will not stain your shower or tub. If you notice trace amounts of color left behind, it is likely because the pigments have adhered to soap residue. In this case, they can be easily washed away with normal shower cleaning products.
HOW TO USE
First things first: Conduct a strand test to see how your hair responds.
Step By Step
Start with clean, towel-dried hair.
Section hair and apply a generous amount. Distribute evenly using a wide-tooth comb.
Leave on for 5–7 minutes, depending on desired intensity.
Rinse thoroughly. Style as usual.
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN
COLOR MEETS CARE
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