Crazy Color Graphite
Shiny metallic pale grey with just a hint of lilac. Graphite is perfect for application on pale blonde hair.
- Conditioning colour
- For pre-lightened hair
- Not tested on animals
Some of the products on this page are eligible to receive a discount of 25% during checkout when you enter the code "ccsale25" during our Crazy Color Sale which ends on 31/3/2020.
- €5.00 (EUR)
- £4.00 (GBP)
Graphite is a beautiful, soft dove grey colour from Crazy Color’s 2016 range. Its translucency allows light to reflect creating an almost metallic appearance that’s quite unusual!
This pastel neutral colour looks good with just about any skin tone and compliments other pastels like Peachy Coral perfectly.
As it’s such a delicate colour, you’ll only achieve good results if you apply this colour that’s been pre-lightened to a pale, creamy blonde colour. We recommend that you ensure your base colour is even because grey, white and silver toners can show up inconsistencies.
Tip: Apply pastels liberally and without rubbing them into the hair (ideally use a tinting brush). Crazy Color tends to emulsify which can make attaining even coverage more difficult. Allow the colour to process for at least 15 minutes. This dye is applied directly without the use of peroxide, so you can leave it on for longer – just don’t let it dry out.
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.
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.