What is the base in Majirel GLOW? Why is there base in Majirel GLOW?
- Base enables the results to be uniform from roots to ends and long-lasting. The Majirel GLOW base is similar to Majirel Classic, however there isn’t enough base in GLOW to assign it a level.
- The lights shades are formulated to neutralize the yellow undertone of blondes.
- The dark shades are formulated to neutralize the red/orange undertone of brunettes.
Why is there no level on Majirel GLOW shades?
Majirel GLOW shades contain higher amounts of reflect and less amount of base than existing Majirel Classic shades. There is not enough base in the formula to assign it a level, making Majirel GLOW unique and the ability to be used on multiple levels of hair.
Does Majirel GLOW cover white?
Majirel GLOW is not intended to cover white. Mix equal parts Majirel Natural (N) shades with Majirel GLOW to achieve up to 30% white hair blending.
Can you mix Majirel Classic shades with Majirel GLOW?
Yes! Majirel Classic can be mixed with Majirel GLOW. Majirel GLOW can be added to Majirel formulas to increase the sheerness and luminosity of your results. Majirel Classic can also be added to your GLOW formulas to add depth to the results. *the more classic added to GLOW will lessen the luminosity.
How can I use the Majirel GLOW Clear shade?
Majirel GLOW Clear usage is the same as INOA Clear. Uses include: alone to lift, mix to reduce tone intensity or level of depth, mix to increase translucency. Can be mixed with Majirel GLOW and Majirel Classic shades.
How does Majirel GLOW compare to LUO?
- Majirel GLOW is more sheer and offers a different type of shine.
- LUO Color is designed to cover white while Majirel GLOW is not.
How does MAJIREL GLOW compare to Majirel High Lift?
High Lift is intended for high levels of lightening – the power of Majirel High Lift is focused more of lifting and less on toning. Majirel GLOW is a higher reflect concentration and less dedicated to lift.
How does Majirel GLOW compare to Composite Colors?
- Both Composite Color and Majirel GLOW are permanent, no level, tone-focused formulas that are not intended to cover white.
- Composite Colors is 100% pure tone – Majirel GLOW has minimal base in the formula to provide uniform and long-lasting results.
- Composite Colors had shades ranging from cool to warm – Majirel GLOW has only cool shades in its portfolio.
- The base in Majirel GLOW enables a softer, more natural GLOW than the pure pigment color of Composite Colors.
What is the difference between a triple-toned Majirel Classic shade and a Majirel GLOW shade with the same tone? Ex: Majirel 4.20/4VVV and Majirel GLOW D.20/VVV?
Majirel classic 4.20 will achieve a richer, depth of both level (4) and tone (.20) whereas Majirel GLOW will achieve a translucent (level not present), rich tone (.20). Take into consideration the undercoat of the starting level as this will reflect through the Majirel GLOW formula due to the translucency of the shade.
How does Majirel GLOW differ from Majirel Metals & Shimmers?
Majirel GLOW shades are formulated similarly to Majirel Metals & Shimmers, no level, tone-only, but with a different purpose. Majirel GLOW shades are intended to be used to create a much more natural, sheer, translucent effect on the hair versus the fashion vibrancy of Majirel Metals & Shimmers.
Can I apply a Dark Majirel GLOW shade on a light base levels 6-10?
We recommend applying Majirel GLOW Dark shades to levels 1-5, but you can use them on lighter levels when mixing with a light shade (ex. D.13 + L.13). We recommend not going about a level 6 when doing this.
Will Majirel GLOW Dark shades + Clear achieve a Majirel GLOW Light formula?
We do not recommend applying a Dark Majirel GLOW Shade + Clear on a lighter base – this will not give you the GLOW results. Each shade is specially formulated for certain bases and to counteract specific undercoats. The light shades are formulated to neutralize the yellow undertone of blondes and the dark shades are formulated to neutralize the red/orange undertone of brunettes.