Majirel High Lift

MAJIREL | 1.7 oz.

  • 5 shades available

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High Lift Ultra Light Blonding


Majirel is getting a new look! Soon, you will begin to see Majirel’s renovated packaging in your deliveries and in store. Thank you for your partnership as we renovate sustainably and phase into this beautiful new packaging. No formula changes!

Inspired by the latest hair color trends, Majirel High Lift is the permanent hair color solution for blonding – without the lightener. It offers an array of different shades of blonde, from ultra neutralized and cool tones to luminous, platinum blonde.

Majirel High Lift uses the permanent hair color technology of Majirel to lift multiple levels and create beautiful toned blondes.

Majirel High Lift is best for clients desiring up to 4½ levels of lift for natural base levels 5-9 in up to 50 minutes.

Download the Quick Reference Education Guide


Download the Majirel High Lift Majiblond Ultra Color Chart and Formulation Guidelines
Download the L'Oréal Professionnel Color Theory Chart


  • Up to 30% white hair


  • Up to 4.5 levels


  • 50 minutes
  • Do not use heat


Majicrème Developer 30-Volume
Majicrème Developer 40-Volume

5 shades available

  • HLAsh
  • HLAshplus
  • HLBiege
  • HL-Neutral
  • HLViolet

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Ask Questions about this Product

Hi, my client is a natural 5 and wants to be a cool level 8/9. How could I achieve this using majirel?

Asked by: JMc8111
Hi, Majirel High Lift is a great choice for level 5 virgin hair. Use Ash+.11/BB with double Majicreme 40 volume developer.
Answered by: Loreal Professionnel
Date published: 2021-07-07

My client has a level seven and I’d like to give her highlights without using bleach. can I use highlift color? And what volume. Thank you so much

Asked by: Heidi78
Hi Heidi78,  Yes, you can. I’d use 20 vol if in foil and30 vol if open air.
Answered by: Pouline
Date published: 2021-06-09

Hi, Is HighLift less harsh on the hair than regular bleaching powder? Thank you

Asked by: Pauline
Hi Pauline, Majirel High Lift and Bleach are safe to use when used properly by a hairdresser. Bleach has the ability to lighten the hair more than Majirel High Lift.
Answered by: Loreal Professionnel
Date published: 2021-06-09

Hi I have a client natural level 3. I used to use 601 with 30 vol but it’s been discontinued. What can I use in replace ? Thank you. 

Asked by: Dana
Hi, Thank you for your inquiry about MajiLift. Please call our toll free number 800-345-5012 and give the reference # 14011698 so we can assist you.
Answered by: Loreal Professionnel
Date published: 2021-07-06

Hi there. I have a client natural level 3. I used to go for 600s and she loves the warmer 7. Could I use maji hi lift NN and achieve the same results? Can I mix more tone into my formula i.e. 7.1? Thank you in advance. 

Asked by: Jess411
Majirel High Lift is recommended on natural level 4 and lighter. We recommend you strand test Majirel High Lift .11 with 2 parts of 40 volume. Majirel High Lift is recommended to be mixed with Majirel Cream Hair Color.
Answered by: Loreal Professionnel
Date published: 2020-09-15

Hello, I have a level 5 client wanting to be a level 7/8 ashy blonde. Would this product be ideal for that lift? Is there a way to reduce the hair from becoming orange? 

Asked by: Ssothman
Majirel High Lift can be used on a natural level 5. Majirel HIgh Lift will provide up to 4- 41/2 levels of lift. Can be mixed with 2 parts of 30 or 40 volume developer. For less lift we suggest you use Majirel 7.1 with 20 volume to help neutralize the underlining pigment.
Answered by: Loreal Professionnel
Date published: 2020-11-19

What can I add to cc 10/ 10n to neutralize the light red. Also if I use Majirel highlight HLAsh .1/ b would that get rid of the light red?

Asked by: Karen
You can add 10.01 to Majirel 10N to for a cooler tone. To help neutralize the red at a level 10, you may want to use DiaLight 10.01 with 6 volume. Majirel High Lift .1 is recommended on natural hair color and not recommended to be used as a toner.
Answered by: Loreal Professionnel
Date published: 2021-06-09

How does this compare to Mega Blondes MB2- Lightest Ivory Blonde? That is the BEST , most beautiful blonde Shade I have ever used- including Redken. I am so upset that it has been discontinued. Please Help! What takes it’s place?????!!

Asked by: Judi
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