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Individual results may vary. 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.
Yes, the pigments are temporary and deposited only on the outermost layer of the hair. With regular washing, the color will eventually fade out over time.
Before committing to a full head of color, we recommend conducting a strand test first to assess the level of color intensity. Section off a small piece of hair 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.
Yes, the longer the product is left on the hair, the more intense the results will be. Adjust time to achieve desired color vibrancy.
Hibiscus and Aquamarine are the most vibrant colors and can last longer than the other shades.
Yes, colors will reach a peak intensity and will not continue to darken or intensify after reaching their peak. A good way to explain this is to think of nail polish. The second coat will intensify the first coat, but by the time you get to the 3rd or 4th coat, the color will not get any darker or more intense after that maximum color has been achieved.
As this is a direct dye, the color cannot be removed immediately. However, with repeated washing, the color will eventually fade.
To hit reset and expedite the color washout process, visit a Moroccanoil salon and consult with your stylist.
No. However, minimal staining may occur and can be easily removed with soap and water.
If desired, the product can be applied on dry hair.
No. In fact, they do the opposite. These masks are intensely nourishing treatments. They do not contain ammonia, peroxide or bleach.
No, none of the Color Depositing Mask shades will cover grey.
Upon getting out of the shower when the hair is soaking wet, it is possible to see stains on white/light colored towels when towel-drying the hair. These stains will be eliminated if you wash the towel in a normal laundry cycle. However, once the hair is dry, there will be no run-off unless the hair becomes saturated with water.
No, we recommend using this product as a stand-alone, not mixed with other hair colorant products.
For each of the swatches, the hair was shampooed first. The Color Depositing Mask was applied generously, combed through, and left on for 7 minutes before being rinsed. Then the hair was blow-dried and photographed.
No, they deposit pure pigments on the cuticle layer only. They cannot lighten or lift color from hair.
Yes, use with Moroccanoil Weightless Hydrating Mask to achieve a softer pastel result. We recommend mixing ¾ mask with ¼ Color Depositing Mask.
Absolutely. For example, to intensify the golden tones in Rose Gold, mix with Champagne. Or to darken the red tones in Bordeaux, mix with Cocoa.
Roughly 6–7 applications, assuming an average application is around 30 ml, less for short/fine hair and more for thick/long hair.
Yes, it will work to neutralize yellow undertones in grey hair.
We recommend repeating usage after noticeable fading to restore intensity. However, if desired, they can be used every time the hair is washed.
Color Depositing Masks only deposit color on the surface of the hair. They don't do anything to change the underlying color. That means that applying certain shades to dark hair is somewhat like using a colored marker on black paper-it won't show up unless you lighten the surface to which you're applying the color.