FramColor Bold Metallic Series-Framesi


FramColor Bold Metallic Series
FramColor Bold Metallic Series
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  • FramColor Bold Metallic Series. Four metallic shades with direct pigments that are now available: amethyst, sapphire blue, pink quartz and mercury gray. And a Smokey pigment to customize each Bold nuance by creating matte or smokey effects.
    High concentration - Direct Pigments. The winning synergy for intense, brilliant results
    Rich vegetable coconut oil cream base with a beautiful floral fragance bathes the hair in moisture and delivers color molecules deep into the intermediate layer of the hair for an intense, conditioned, long lasting, and uniform result.
    Amaranthus Oil exalts color, enhances shine, and intensifies light reflection.
    Even the most damaged hair remains well-structured, hydrated, shiny, and conditioned.
    The winning synergy of a Rich Vegetable Coconut Oil Cream Base that delivers the High Concentration Direct Dyes with all the conditioning agents deep into the intermediate layer of the hair.
    Results: Direct Pigments that adhere tightly to the hair
  • Features and Benefits
  • - 100% Longer Lasting BOLD Color
    - True to Swatch...Stays True to Tone
    - Remarkable Spreadability... Use 50% less - Color


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"I colored my own hair with the sapphire blue shade and it turned out very light. Once I washed it, all the color came out. Kind of a bummer."
- Lissa, Nov 6, 2018
"These colors are beautiful. They do not wash out. You also dont need to blast the hair out to light yellowwhite like other brands. I really love mixing these in conditioners to make a quick custom toning mask and its gorge. Its a quick custom add on that clients arent getting anywhere else. I would really love if Framesi came out with some colors that would be more natural filters over blondes beige, Golden, cools mthen this line would be perfect."
- Jlf03, Aug 19, 2019