Hair elution is an innovative coloring technology. At the same time, a special paint is used - "Elumen", the creator of which is the Japanese company Goldwell, which patented this tool at the end of the last century. Since then, the procedure has been incredibly popular with women all over the world.
Hair elution is a completely new approach to the usual coloring, and today there are no analogues to this procedure. The paint consists of harmless components and does not contain ammonia, peroxide, or any oxidizing agents. Hair after the procedure will shimmer with beautiful shades, look very he althy and shiny. Their volume will increase by about ten percent. The effect of the procedure lasts much longer than that of conventional paints: hair elution lasts up to about two months. Reviews indicate that the effect is more noticeable on well-groomed, intact hair.
Coloring occurs due to the laws of physics, not chemistry, as with conventional paints. Elumen molecules have a negative charge, while hair has a positive charge, so the coloring matter, like a magnet, is attracted inside the hair itself. Before elutingthe master cleans the hair of impurities, then applies a lotion to even out their structure (this is especially necessary for those who have previously done a perm/straightening or simply dyed their hair). After this procedure, the paint lays down more evenly. Then a special paint "Elumen" is applied to the hair and left for about 30 minutes, then washed off thoroughly. The elution procedure is completed with the application of a color stabilizer and hair balm.
Studies have been conducted, during which it was proved that such a procedure is completely safe and does not damage the hair structure. Hair elution is the most gentle and gentle technology.
With the advent of revolutionary beneficial coloring, stylists began to recommend this technology to clients as a salvation from hair loss and the harmful effects of ordinary dye. For those who want to change their image and at the same time not harm the hair, hair elution will help. The price of this procedure, although higher than that of conventional staining, is worth it.
This coloring technique is suitable for anyone with thin, dry, weak, brittle hair. Elution is very good for those who travel to hot countries: it will help protect hair from exposure to the sun and s alty sea water. After all, the paint is enriched with vitamins and nutrients, which for a long period will benefit the hair. The procedure has no drawbacks or contraindications, but it should be borne in mind that elution is hardly good for coarse, thick hair.“lie down.”
It's hard to believe that you can achieve beautiful, vibrant, rich color without harming your hair, but it's true. And those who have already tried the procedure are unlikely to ever return to hair coloring with conventional dyes. If you have any doubts about this procedure - discard them, because elution is a new life for your hair.