How To Dye A Disc Golf Disc
Disc golfers love custom discs and place a great deal of sentimental value on disc golf equipment. It should come as no surprise that many of us have attempted to dye our discs ourselves. Most of us end up with a mess of mis-colored discs and stained shirts, but a few of us press on and go searching for the best way to die a disc golf disc.
I’m with most of you, I’m not good at custom dying discs. The good news is that you can learn from my mistakes! This post will go over some basics of dying discs that I’ve experienced and address some important components of each step in the process. Later we’ll publish a few additional posts that go into more specific and advanced methods.
Disc Dying Process Basics
Like all good processes, the disc golf disc dying process begins with planning. Planning will help achieve optimal results as well as save you from humongous stains on your clothes and counter tops. You’ll want to plan everything from your desired design to your dying set up. Here’s my typical arrangement, but depending on the method of choice I’ll switch it up sometimes.
I set up my disc dyeing station near a sink and cover with towels. Pie tins work great to hold the discs. I recommend wearing gloves!
The pie tins under the discs catch the dye that spills off the edges to help avoid a mess. Pie tins are also my container of choice when I’m doing a shaving cream dye. I always have a bottle of clean water for quickly rinsing spills as well as extra towels. It’s also a good idea to keep a knife or pair of scissors handy for projects like these.
If you are trying to get better at disc golf then you may be interested in our book on using data to improve!
What Discs Are Best To Dye?
Before dying your selected disc I’d recommend practicing on a water disc (one you don’t care much about). If you don’t have any that you’re comfortable test dying, then you could pick up some cheap x-out discs, Infinite Discs usually has a good x-out stock. I set up a full experiment for the purpose of this article. Keep in mind that different plastics hold dye differently and as I’ll show you later, here are the 4 primary plastic.
- Opaque Premium Pastics (Innova Star, Discraft ESP, Dynamic Discs Fuzion)
- Overall best for dying, soak up dye well and don’t fade or bleed too bad over time
- Translucent Plastic – Innova Champion, Discraft Elite Z, Dynamic Discs Lucid
- Don’t soak up dye as easily, but hold op the best over time with very little bleeding or fading
- Just above Base Plastics – Innova Pro, Discraft Elite X
- Soak up dye quite well, but start bleeding sooner than premium plastics
- Base Plastics – Innova DX, Discraft Pro D, Dynamic Discs Prime
- Very difficult to get a deep color and fade and bleed within weeks
Premium plastic is the best disc golf plastic to dye and translucent plastic is the most difficult to dye.
Also remember that the more curved your disc’s flight plate, the more dye drips you’ll experience and the more difficult it will be to place a template or design cut-out.
Select your Disc Dyeing Method
This is one of the most crucial steps. The method you chose should be based on what sort of design you’re creating on your disc. There are more possibilities than I can cover here and as you can see by the images above and I’m nowhere near mastering the design types yet. Here are a few dye types that you may consider, and I’ll cover some in greater detail in another article. This article covers prepping dye for the first four methods and we’ve written a separate article for shaving cream dye jobs.
- Adhesive Vinyl Decal/Stencil Dye – one of the most popular and allows for very personalized designs and images.
- Hot Glue Design – unsophisticated and may result in a high school art project, but can offer neat designs if you know what you’re doing
- Spin Dye – one of the most elegant design types, requires a steady hand and spinning equipment
- Splatter/Drip Design – Literally squirting or dripping dye on a disc to get a cool pattern
- Cloth design – soaking a cloth or other material then letting it sit on the disc and leave a pattern
- Shaving Cream Dye – (dry powdered dye is usually best for this method)
In the featured image, the first two discs in the top row were dyed using adhesive vinyl contact paper, unfortunately it was cheap and I experienced a large amount of bleeding. The disc in the top right was dyed using gauze to create a bloody zombie look with a splash of watery color in the middle (I should have used red instead of pink). On the bottom left discs I applied hot glue prior to the dye job then peeled it off afterward. The Challenger in the middle came out cool, but the spiral disc would have probably received a D- in elementary art class.
When selecting your method you need to consider how you’re adding a design. If you’re using hot glue, spin dying, or splatter dying then you don’t need to worry as much about the application, but if you’re using an adhesive vinyl decal then you’ll need to carefully consider your options and you may want to run a few tests.
My preferred method is to use a paint brush to cover all the exposed areas of the disc, especially when I’m using multiple colors. The risk here is that the dye could pool up and bleed under the decal and we’ve had some readers report that the acetone can compromise the adhesive. One solution is to use a submersion dye where you simply mix water and iDye Poly, heat the solution and submerge your disc. The advantage here is that there is no acetone involved so you often don’t experience bleeding under the stencil. I’ve had moderate success with this method by submerging my disc for 2-3 minutes. I personally don’t prefer this method because the heat breaks the disc in and I often end up with light spots where bubbles were trapped, but you should be able to make adjustments to mitigate these problems and there are many people who prefer this submersion method.
Using cheap adhesive contact paper when dying a disc results in a lot of bleeding.
A second option is is to simply pour the water/acetone solution right on top of the disc and stencil and wash off immediately so the acetone has less time to compromise the adhesive. When I use the 3:1 mixture that I describe below, I can usually get a good dye within about 10-15 seconds. The downside to this is you may go through more dye since you’re literally pouring it out and it can get messy. iDye Poly mixed with acetone can stain counters and some types of flooring, so be careful.
There are a few other things you’ll want to think about when trying a stencil dye such as using high quality contact paper and using a credit card to flatten the stencil and remove all air pockets. Above is the result of using cheap contact paper, and while this disc design is cool in its own right, it was meant to be a clean and crisp slash design.
Soaked fabric can prevent the dye from running off or bleeding through and it can create some neat textures and designs. This method is also great for tie-dying a disc. Of course here you’ll need to make sure the fabric is touching all areas of the disc that need to be dyed and that the fabric is fairly evenly soaked. Shaving cream can also help prevent run-off, but again you need to make sure it’s evenly mixed and it can be a little more messy to work with.
Basic (and not very exciting) disc golf drip dye
Squirt bottles are best used when you’re interested in an abstract splash or drip design and can be messy if you’re careless. However, they can be useful if you’re concerned with ensuring an even distribution of dye over a decal because sometimes a paintbrush will leave brush marks. You may choose to adjust your concentration of acetone if you need it to soak in more quickly or if you are using plastic bottles and the acetone is damaging them. Here’s an example of a very basic, and also not well crafted, drip design.
If you want to completely change the color of your disc then go with a bucket or large bowl and submerge the disc as I mentioned above. Submerge the disc and make sure that none of the edges are sticking out which can lead to an odd looking dye job; I know from my experience with an old Champion Coyote. You could also place the disc face down so that only the top of the disc is dyed leaving the underside as is. You may not need any acetone for this method unless you’re dying difficult-to-dye plastic.
Getting Ready to Dye Your Disc
Maybe I don’t need to say it but I will just in case… clean your disc first! Dirt and grease will result in imperfections in your dye job.
Since the dye usually won’t hold on the stamp, you may wish to remove it. There are a few ways to do so.
- Rubbing Alcohol (isopropyl alcohol) – one of the safest methods as it won’t eat away at the plastic, but it’s also not as effective as other chemicals
- Acetone – pure acetone usually removes the stamp easily, but be careful because that will burn the plastic if you don’t remove it quickly. You can try nail polish remover but it doesn’t work as effectively and it may make your disc smell fruity.
- Brake Cleaner – recommended by Tim at Mind Body Disc, stronger than rubbing alcohol and great at removing dirt, grease, and sticky substances but won’t burn the disc as quickly as acetone
When you’re done, make sure you rinse off all the chemicals so that they do not affect the dye job.
One word of precaution: Use cotton balls and don’t scrub or scrape hard on soft plastics. This may sound like a no-brainer but when you’re in the middle of scrubbing it’s easy to forget and leave scratch marks. Specifically Innova Pro and G-Star, Prodigy 400G, and other soft and gummy types of plastics are susceptible.
What is the best disc golf dye?
I’ve tried a number of dyes including Rit Dye and Indigo but I prefer iDye Poly above all others. Fishing lure worm dye is also a good choice if you’re trying to achieve bright or neon colors. Make sure you’re using Poly otherwise it will be difficult to get the dye to hold. Jacquard Products was kind enough to send me a sample of each of their iDye Poly colors for testing and we’ll discuss some other ways to use the dye in additional articles.
I’ve learned the hard way that simply mixing dye and water is not sufficient (unless your heating water for a submersion dye), especially when dying translucent plastic like Champion. Heating the water before you add the iDye Poly helps the powder to dissolve even when you’re not using the submersion method. It’s helpful to use a mixture of water and some chemical for the dye to set in, I recommend using acetone. Acetone is flammable so be careful with it. I devised an experiment to determine exactly how much acetone to mix with water and tested different rations. I’ll spare you the details and tell you that a 3:1 mixture of acetone to water works best across all plastics. You can see the lines with the 75% label are darkest on all the discs in the image below.
Each line represents a different mixture of acetone to water. 75% acetone and 25% water proved the most effective on all plastic types.
The best mixture I found contained 1/4 cup of liquid and 3/4 tablespoon of iDye Poly powder. I’ll post more about colors and different amounts of dye powder in another article.
Dyeing Your Disc Golf Disc
On to the fun part, actually dyeing a disc golf disc. I’ll expand on each of the methods in other articles and share some awesome videos and resources on each method later, but right here I’ll focus on the basic process.
Apply Dye Using Your Selected Dye Method
You’ve prepped your iDye Poly solution and it’s time to dye your disc. I highly recommend that you wear gloves (I prefer latex) and either go outside or completely cover your surface. I’ve made the mistake of getting dye on my corian counter top and I had to scrub it with a magic eraser for quite a while to remove it. Hopefully you’ve planned your application method, here’s a review of what you can use:
- Paint brush – Not very elegant and can leave brush strokes, but is fairly precise
- Soaked fabric – More work but helps prevent bleeding and good for creating other neat designs
- Squirt bottle – Cool splatter patterns but can be more work or messy, also useful for a quick stencil dye
- Bucket – In case you want to completely change the color of your disc
I like to leave the dye on the disc for a few hours, but if you’re using the 3:1 acetone mixture that I’ve described above, you may be able to rinse more quickly. You can increase the amount of acetone in the mixture if you are using a stencil dye and need to get the dye off quickly to avoid bleeding.
If you’re experiencing difficulties with bleeding then you can soak a cloth in this solution and simply press the cloth lightly on the disc. This should allow the dye to soak in with less chance of bleeding. This method is messier and you will probably want to throw the cloth away when you’re done.
Cleaning Your Dyed Disc
This phase is simple, just make sure you’ve let the dye sit for long enough.
Rinse in cold water for a few minutes. then remove all vinyl, fabric, or hot glue and rinse again. Scrub the disc lightly under running water. I let my discs air dry for 15 minutes after this then wash with dish soap to make sure no dye will rub off later, but this may not be necessary.
Disc Golf Dyeing Conclusion
Given the materials and time you’ll spend on dyeing discs, it’s probably more efficient to simply buy a sweet custom from places such as Disc Golf Swag or join the Infinite Discs VIP program. But for those of us who feel the need to create and leave our own prints on discs, it will take a lot of work but can be rewarding.
If you decide to dye a disc, it’s clear from the experiment that the softer plastics take dye the best, specifically Pro or Elite X type plastics. Champion and Elite Z are the most difficult to dye and don’t hold dye as well so you’ll need to leave the dye on longer and possibly heat the dye mixture first. However, one important thing to keep in mind is that the softer plastics tend to bleed and fade over time at a much higher rate than the the firm or Champion like plastics. This means that if you’ve chosen an intricate design or a custom stencil, those designs may become fuzzy after a few months on your cheaper plastics.
We’d love to hear about your process and see your custom dye jobs that you’re proud of. We’d also love it if you shared this article with your friends who have potential to create some beautiful custom dyes!
Check our our newly published article on how to dye a disc with the shaving cream method!
Don’t forget to follow the DG Puttheads on socials so you never miss a post and for other great content!
DG Puttheads YouTube Channel
DG Puttheads Facebook Page
We are affiliated with Infinitediscs. com and Amazon.com and may receive a small commission from items you purchase after clicking through our links, but we will still provide our honest opinion and will never recommend an item unless we have tested it and believe in its quality. We also fully support Infinite Discs and the customer service that they provide and would do so even without any affiliation.
Please follow and like us:
Stone Gray Hair
Salt_Pepper Rooted Salt Pepper Rooted.
Stone gray hair.
Wigs By Cap Size.
Brock Huard surveyed the.
Check out our white stone hair selection for the very best in unique or custom handmade pieces from our shops.
Ready to Go Gray.
If they had any hair left.
In short Washington men – those politicians and pundits who yearn for their once and future.
Check out our blue gray stone hair selection for the very best in unique or custom handmade pieces from our shops.
Tie back your hair with this trendy accessory.
They came bearing a little more gray hair.
Instead he walked around patient but distant still dressed in his morning robe.
John said very little.
Gray Granite Grass Marker.
Engraved 24x12x4 Basic G633 Gray Granite Memorial Marker.
Capitol Domes — Taking A Strand On Baldness In Image-Conscious Washington.
Sandblasted Engraved Gray Marker.
WASHINGTON – This is a city of bigwigs and bad wigs.
He was tall and thin his facial features sharply sculpted and his hair iron-gray was.
Please call 704-637-2007 Klumac Rd or 704-245-6400 Main Street for an appointment.
A little more weight and a lot of memories.
Spray on a flexible hairspray to.
Add a bright pop of color to your gray hair color by dying the tips neon green.
Engraved Basic 24x12x4 G633 Gray Gravestone.
Engraved Gray Granite Family Memorial Marker.
On-screen color quality may vary depending on your monitors resolution.
It was the nurse who gave me the history and helped me examine Mary.
Sep 19 2014 – Celebrities with the best most beautiful gray and silver hairstyles and cuts including styles for short hair curly hair long hair and women over 50 and 60.
Wigs By Type Monofillament Lace Front Grey Wigs Heat Resistant Medical Wigs Women Of Color.
See more ideas about hair styles short hair styles hair cuts.
No wonder women have always tried to disguise their gray hair.
Welcome to Greystone Salon and Spa.
10am-6pm Tuesday Thursday.
WHATS NEW CLEARANCE WIGS Short Medium Long Extra Long Human Hair Remy Human Hair.
For best color match try ordering a Ellen Wille Color Ring or Ellen Wille Human Hair Color Ring.
Its perfect if you don t you know want to dye your entire head a bold color.
The amount of the color ring will be refunded to you when it is returned to us.
Zazzles Stone Gray hair ties are practical yet so fashionable with unique designs and images.
And hair transplants to camouflage baldness and dye to give lie to the gray.
Dyed Synthetic Coral Buddha Head Beads Strands Wholesale
|Quantity||Price per package|
|1-4||US $ 9. 74|
|5-19||US $ 8.76|
|20+||US $ 7.79|
Time to Prepare:
Of the day
Special Packet 12 ~ 20 business days Epacket 15 ~ 18 business days E Express 20 ~ 30 business days EMS 10 ~ 12 business days EL RU (Door to Door) 35 ~ 45 business days SLRU (RU Special Line) 35 ~ 45 business days Transport to Russia by Car 35 ~ 45 working days Transport to Moscow by Air 35 ~ 45 working days Mail Post 20 ~ 45 working days NL MailPost 20 ~ 25 working days SL Nail Fashion (max.weight: 2kg) 20 ~ 25 working days
Request more product information
Request more product information
Dyed Synthetic Coral Buddha Head Beads Strands, Red, 25x20x18mm, Hole: 1mm, about 13pcs / strand, 18.5inch (X-CORA-L008-01)
———- Select Category ———- Hazardous Substances ConfirmationHow To UsePackaging ConfirmationPacking Quantity ConfirmationProcess ConfirmationProduction & Delivery Timeline ConfirmationNew Item InquirySize & Weight ConfirmationOther Questions
Please select a category.
Please enter your request.
I Want Smaller Lots
I Want Mixed Food
Color may vary slightly from the picture due to the different display device.
Register Now >>
|Package Size||1 Thread per pack|
Dyed Synthetic Coral Buddha Head Beads Strands, Red
Size: about 20mm wide, 25mm long, 18mm thick, hole: 1mm, about 13pcs / strand, 18.5 in.
although the coral beads are synthetic they look so real! Set in striking shapes, they are great to add to necklaces and bracelets. The surface is so smooth that they are comfortable to wear. Due to the beads being dyed, colors may vary slightly …
The price is for 1 Strand
Kingdom of Fragrances / After shampoo filler mask for damaged and colored hair with broccoli oil
Hair filler mask after shampooing with broccoli oil
The hair of modern women is subject to multiple stresses – regular dyeing, curling, blow-drying, styling with a curling iron or iron, poor ecology, climate.All these factors affect the condition of the hair in the most negative way: it becomes dry, brittle, dull, hair loss increases, split ends appear.
Mask-filler is a lifesaver in such cases, which in one application can literally transform hair, improve its condition and appearance as quickly as possible thanks to the filling effect, restoring the hair shaft from the inside and hiding visible defects.
Mask-filler after shampooing with broccoli oil smoothes hair scales, removes damage along the entire length, moisturizes and regenerates, makes it silky and obedient.
Broccoli oil – a source of natural silicone, gives hair smoothness and shine without weighing it down, makes it easier to comb.
Collagen, elastin and keratin form a protective moisture-retaining film on the hair surface, fill in damages and irregularities.
The complex of plant extracts saturates the scalp and hair structure with minerals and microelements, stimulates their growth, reduces hair loss.
Nicotinamide smoothes the surface of the hair, improves its structure, and activates the hair follicles.
Silk proteins revitalize damaged hair, get rid of electrification and split ends.
Succinic acid seals the hair shaft from the inside, has conditioning properties.
Coconut milk makes hair manageable and smooth, moisturizes it, prevents breakage and dryness.
Filler masks – universal, they are suitable for any type of hair, they can be used both regularly to get the effect of luxurious hair from washing to washing, and for express care, when you need to put yourself in order in the shortest possible time for meaningful activity.
Ingredients: water solution of coconut milk, vegetable emulsifier BTMS, inulin, glycerin monosteorate, broccoli, coconut, burdock, black cumin oil, mustard oil, red pepper, horsetail, hops, calamus, rosehip, aloe, rosemary, collagen, keratin, elastin, Lamesoft PO 65, caprilic, allantoin, silk proteins, nicotinamide, xanthan gum, Euxyl 9010 preservative, lemon essential oil.
Directions for use: After shampooing, apply lightly dried hair over the entire length for 5-30 minutes, then rinse with warm water.
Contraindications: hypersensitivity to one of the components.
Weight: 250 g
L’Oreal Professionnel Metal Detox – innovation for colored hair
Post in3 Months Ago 90 041 90 165 Like0 90 044
Metal Detox – an innovative pre-staining treatment from Loreal Professional. Have you ever wondered why the hair coloring you do sometimes turns out differently than you intended? Sometimes the color “settles”, sometimes you are unable to get the desired lightening background with blonding or balayage. This is due to the metal, in particular copper, accumulated in the hair, from where it comes from the water with which we wash our hair. It is the presence of copper in the hair that sometimes triggers the dyeing process along an unpredictable path. Now, thanks to the new Loreal Metal Detox range, we can prepare hair for coloring by neutralizing the copper molecules accumulated in the hair, so that your color will turn out exactly as you intended it!
- Thanks to the action of the patented Glycoamine molecule in its composition, the Metal Detox system protects against the accumulation of copper metal particles both on the surface and inside the hair structure.
- All products – with a light texture, sulfate-free shampoo, the conditioner slightly foams during emulsification and is quickly absorbed into the hair.
- The products of the line possess the branded aroma of Golden Caviar – the perfect harmony of tart bergamot and an enveloping woody-musky accord.
- Treatment protects hair color and cosmetic quality from UV rays.
- Result: 87% less breakage, twice the shine and absolutely predictable color results.
Scrub-exfoliant for scalp SCALP.SPA SCRUB Kevin Murphy
A unique exfoliant with a complex of antioxidants designed for delicate scalp exfoliation and deep hair cleansing. It allows you to create an optimally healthy and favorable conditions for hair growth.
Suitable for all hair types, including colored ones.
Australia, 180 ml
The unique exfoliant is designed for delicate cleansing of the hair and scalp, allowing you to create optimal healthy and favorable conditions for hair growth. Suitable for all types of hair, including dyed hair.
• gentle cleansing
• removal of surface impurities of the scalp
• renewal of irritated scalp
Celery seed extract soothes and moisturizes irritated scalp, has a detox effect, visually reduces irritation, regulates sebum production, and solves imbalance problems: excessive oiliness or dryness.
Micelles gently attract impurities and dissolve them without negatively affecting the skin. Micelles soothe, release clogged pores and have a tonic effect.
Perlites – natural spheres are designed to gently exfoliate the scalp, guaranteeing protection for the skin and hair.
Apply to damp hair and gently massage into scalp with circular movements.Rinse with water, apply SCALP.SPA WASH, finish with shampoo, mask, conditioner for scalp and hair type.
Rosehip berry extract (a source of antioxidants, perfectly restores damaged hair, improves elasticity), evening primrose, jojoba, microalgae oils (nourish and restore, add shine, stimulate the growth of new cells, improve the overall appearance and health of hair), vitamin A, cockatoo plum (retains moisture).
90,000 Best Korean shampoos: rating 2020
Pay attention? Korean hair looks flawless! They are perfectly smooth, obedient and lie hair to hair. “It’s all about genetics,” many will say. But they will be right only partly. The secret is quality care. Women in Korea use only the finest Korean shampoos. This is largely why their curls always look healthy and beautiful.
In the production of Korean shampoos, the latest developments and high-quality natural ingredients are used. Products from brands such as Lador and Esthetic House are among the top Korean shampoos and are in no way inferior to professional hair cosmetics used in leading beauty salons around the world.
The main function of the shampoo is to delicately but effectively cleanse the hair and scalp without disturbing the normal balance. But, in addition to high-quality cleansing, an effective shampoo faces a number of important tasks, such as restoration of damaged curls, good hydration, nutrition, protection, getting rid of dandruff and itching, stimulating hair growth, preventing hair loss and many other tasks.At the same time, a good shampoo should not dry out, overload or damage the hair. The condition of your hair and scalp depends on how correctly you choose the shampoo. If your cleanser is not the right one, you can run into troubles such as dry, brittle hair, dandruff, and itchy sensations.
Which Korean Shampoo is the Best? Which shampoo is right for me? To answer these questions, we have compiled a ranking of the best Korean shampoos.
Korean shampoo: 2020 rating
Lador Anti Dandruff Shampoo
The main active ingredient in Climbazole shampoo is a powerful anti-fungal agent that not only removes unpleasant itching, but also fights the cause of dandruff.Menthol, herbal extracts, panthenol and green tea soothe the scalp, leaving hair incredibly smooth, shiny and fresh. Suitable for hypersensitive scalp.
Lador Pure Henna Shampoo
Shampoo not only delicately cleanses the scalp, but also helps to eliminate the cause of dandruff. Henna extract and menthol relieve discomfort and irritation of the scalp, improve sebum production, strengthen curls and stimulate the natural process of their growth.Hydrolyzed collagen and prickly pear leaves the hair hydrated, smooth and shiny.
Shampoos against hair loss:
Esthetic House CP-1 Anti Hair Loss Scalp Infusion Shampoo
Strengthens hair, prevents hair loss, relieves itching, removes the causes of dandruff, split ends and oily sheen. The shampoo is rich in beneficial herbal extracts and oils.
The Saem Silk Hair Anti-Hair Loss Shampoo
Hydrolyzed keratin, silk, plant extracts, olive and shea oils perfectly cleanse, nourish and strengthen hair, preventing hair loss and accelerating growth.As a result, the curls look thick and healthy.
Shampoo for oily hair
Around Me Scalp Scaling Shampoo
Delicately but thoroughly cleanses the hair and scalp from excess sebum, prevents dandruff, nourishes with useful microelements. Suitable for hypersensitive scalp.
Lador Keratin Lpp Shampoo
Does not contain sulfates, silicones and other aggressive artificial ingredients.Restores thin, dehydrated hair, worn out by frequent coloring or styling with hot air. Strengthens hair and prevents hair loss, moisturizes well. As a result, the curls are soft, shiny and docile. Suitable after the keratinization procedure.
Lador Triplex 3 Natural Shampoo
Shampoo is made on the basis of natural extracts. It normalizes the pH balance of the scalp, relieves itching, removes the causes of dandruff, accelerates the natural process of hair growth.Suitable even for hypersensitive scalp.
Hair Growth Shampoo:
Secret Key Premium So Fast Hair Booster Shampoo
Black bean extract is renowned for its strengthening properties. It activates blood circulation, strengthens hair follicles, reduces hair loss and stimulates their intensive growth. Also, the shampoo relieves the unpleasant sensations of itching, fights dandruff and gives the curls the smoothness and tenderness of silk.
Shampoos for colored hair:
Lador Anti Yellow Shampoo
Ideal for light curls.A special Multi-Spectrum Defense complex with purple pigment protects blonde hair from fading, renews and refreshes the tone. In addition to protecting the color, the shampoo perfectly cares for colored curls, moisturizing and nourishing them.
For colored and toned hair Esthetic House CP-1 Color Fixer Shampoo
Prevents washout of color pigments. Thanks to this, colored curls remain bright longer and their color is saturated. After applying the shampoo, the hair becomes incredibly soft and manageable, acquires a beautiful shine and silk softness.
Shampoos for damaged hair:
Protein shampoo Esthetic House CP-1 Bright Complex Intense Nourishing Shampoo
The rich formula of CP-1 shampoo contains valuable proteins and oils that will give your hair professional home care. Shampoo is able in a short time not only to restore the structure of each hair, but also to give the curls incredible tenderness and smoothness.
Welcos Around Me Argan Hair Shampoo
Argan Oil is considered the king of all oils.The valuable extract is able to give the hair powerful nourishment and hydration, strengthen the hair follicles and prevent split ends. After the first use of the shampoo, the curls acquire the softness of silk and fit well.
Korean hair care system has several steps and is similar to skin care system.