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Crazy Color Toxic UV

A fresh bright green that has amazing luminous qualities. Toxic UV offers great coverage on pale blonde hair and is easy to apply. Under ultraviolet light, it glows a beautiful yellow-green. Perfect for clubbing, raves and festivals.

  • Semi-permanent hair colour
  • Non-damaging
  • No developer needed
  • Not tested on animals
  • 118ml
$5.50 (USD)
  • €5.00 (EUR)
  • £4.00 (GBP)
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Here’s a quick video using Toxic UV


View the full tutorial here.

Usage

Apply directly to damp or dry hair using a tint brush for best results. Wear protective gloves to avoid temporary staining to skin and nails. Massage the product into your hair and allow to process for at least 15 minutes. Cover with a cap to avoid drying out. Rinse thoroughly in warm water.

  • If you have a question about this product, please contact us or ask in our forum.

  • Ingredients ⮣

  • Precautions

    Crazy Colour should be used exactly as supplied without the addition of any other substance - it does not require a developer. For the brightest results the hair must be bleached to pale blond. Platinum and Silver will only work on very light hair.

    Do not use Crazy Colour on hair containing more than 10% white. Do not add peroxide. Do not mix with permanent colourants.

    Colours may cause permanent staining on textiles and porous surfaces. Staining to baths, sinks and showers can be removed with household bleach. Always check manufacturer's instructions.

Reviews of Crazy Color Toxic UV

  • loving this new colour, looks very dark in the bottle and even when poured out to mix i was thinking oh this isnt bright. Er how wrong could i of been, once applied this is super super bright, my head does look a bit like a slazenger tennis ball from wimbeldon now but its great love it. I find color crazy stays in well and keeps its colour, my problem is hair growth as i am dark haired otherwise it would keep for some time. Uv is good under black light its ultra bright then, but that also shows up some stains if was wasnt too careful applying.

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