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There are few factors that would influence the color result after the coloring process. Identifying your natural hair color is the most important factor in achieving the right color. It is your natural hair that determines the color. Always identify your natural hair color from the roots, not the ends. Before any coloring process, you need to examine your hair history over the last 12 months. Most hair treatment such as rebonding, perming, bleaching or coloring has the ability to affect the result of your new color. Grey hair has zero pigment, which means that hair color may look and work differently based on the hair texture. Hair texture also poses challenges when it comes to color. Most of us Asians were born naturally with black or dark brown hair. Due to its strong dark pigment, it could be a bit difficult to get a much lighter color without adding extra chemical treatment such as bleaching or hair lightening.

We understand how difficult it is to weigh all these factors to choose a right color for you. We have summarized color results from our color variants categorized into few hair conditions that we found are very common among our customers.

  • Black Hair (Black or Virgin Hair that have never been color-treated or chemically processed in any way)
  • Grey Hair
  • Bleached/ Lightened Hair

Dark Brown


Dark Hair

Grey Hair

Bleach Hair

Dark Red


Dark Hair

Grey Hair

Bleach Hair

Burgundy


Dark Hair

Grey Hair

Bleach Hair

Chestnut


Dark Hair

Grey Hair

Bleach Hair

Copper


Dark Hair

Grey Hair

Bleach Hair