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But does the clear version work well? I'd like really, super shiny glossed hair... and I'm trying to figure out the perfect product to use. I tried doing this a long time ago with Clairol Radiance and the L'oreal Jazzing, to no avail. How's the clear Sebastian?

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But does the clear version work well?
Yes, it's still hair gloss. The colored ones just have translucent color added to it. But clear is the original. Link

I dyed my hair and it's too... 'black'. I ordered Sebastian Colourshines in Red-ality hoping it will add warmth. I'll see how it goes.


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I wear black malva conditioner from Aveda, I can use it every week to highlight my black hair, and it makes it very very glossy, but leaves horrible stains on your hands, and wearing gloves its such a hassle

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Can you only get the Cellophanes online, or is it something I might be able to find in-store somewhere? Like Sally's Beauty, etc?

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I'd love to see before and after pictures if some of you are considering getting this

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Can you only get the Cellophanes online, or is it something I might be able to find in-store somewhere? Like Sally's Beauty, etc?
I was told to find it at Sally's, but I've been to two different ones and they didn't even have any Sebastian products. So I ordered mine on ebay.com.

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did it work? Does it actually moisturise the hair as well?

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My hairstylist recommended me this cellophanes colourshine, so I tried it. In reddish brown (I don't know the exact name of the colour)
But it looks beautiful in the (sun)light.
I have naturally dark brown hair and now there is a reddish gloss over it. It looks really warm, I like it.
At home I use chocolate to espresso glaze though from John Frieda, but it's still reddish/lightbrown..
the gloss over my hair.

I could add before and after picture before was taken in regular daylight and after was taken in sunlight (that's why the skincolor looks different)
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There's this new John Frieda product that is supposed to refresh your natural hair colour and make your hair glossy. They call it glazing, though.

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"Glazing is a process that’s been offered in professional salons for years to optimize the look and feel of dull, faded, lifeless hair. In fact, if you’ve ever gotten your hair colored at a salon, chances are you’ve had a glaze done.

Luminous Color Glaze™ delivers the results of a professional salon glaze, right in the shower. In just 3 minutes, you can give your hair a complete makeover, effortlessly."

Has anyone tried it?
I really, really love the Sheer Blonde-stuff, esp. the color glaze. It makes my hair so shiny and light and managable and smooth. I get the best results when I use the Sheer Blonde shampoo, though.

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There's this new John Frieda product that is supposed to refresh your natural hair colour and make your hair glossy. They call it glazing, though.

johnfrieda.com

"Glazing is a process that’s been offered in professional salons for years to optimize the look and feel of dull, faded, lifeless hair. In fact, if you’ve ever gotten your hair colored at a salon, chances are you’ve had a glaze done.

Luminous Color Glaze™ delivers the results of a professional salon glaze, right in the shower. In just 3 minutes, you can give your hair a complete makeover, effortlessly."

Has anyone tried it?
I got this yesterday. I used it last night and this morning. My sister thinks my hair looks darker, I will keep using it and tell you how shiny I get!

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color glosses are my best friend

i naturally have a curly blackish brown afro and with the black color gloss i use at home i end up with a super shiny deep ebony afro and my coils are a bit smoother, i use to use gloss drops but adding that to my routine when i already use leave-in conditioner and styling lotion is a bit much, plus the gloss makes my hair shinier without any producty feel or buildup

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I wear black malva conditioner from Aveda, I can use it every week to highlight my black hair, and it makes it very very glossy, but leaves horrible stains on your hands, and wearing gloves its such a hassle
Thankyou ! I can tell I'm going to get obsessed with this now. :p

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O used the john frieda stuff a few times now. My hair is shiny but its softer as well. It isn't as shiny as I hoped it would be though, but I was wanting a really really high gloss glass like shine.

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Where can I get hold of the Sebastian colourshines in clear in the UK?

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^ not sure.. but ebay is allways an option

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