TIGI Copyright Colour True Light
– Contains hydrolysed Keratin and Aloe Vera.
– Violet base helps to camouflage unwanted warm tones.
TIGI Copyright Colour True Light White
– Comprised of a white, fine powder.
– Infused with Amino Acid, Chamomile and Sugar Crystal.
What is the difference?
True Light versus True Light White
– TIGI Copyright Colour True Light White gives a
clear reading of the undertone while lightening.
– TIGI Copyright Colour True Light will help to
camouflage the undertone while lightening.
Mix ratio: 1:1 up to 1:2
Processing time: Up to 40 min
Lift: Up to 7 levels
30vol/9% (Off-scalp only)
40vol/12% (Off-scalp only)
Global virgin application
1 – Begin application of lightener starting
2.5cm/1inch away from new growth area, applying from the mid-lengths to ends of the hair.
2 – Process without heat until half a level from your desired undertone is achieved.
3 – Mix true light with the relevant activator and apply to new growth area, reapply on to the mid-lengths and ends over the top of previous application.
4 – Process without heat for up to 40 minutes or until the desired undertone has been achieved.
5 – Rinse, shampoo, and condition using water.
6 – Dry or towel-dry before applying gloss – We recommend toning with gloss shades 10/02, 10/08, 10/28 to help neutralise unwanted warm tones in the hair.
7 – To be mixed with activator 5vol/1.5%
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Global retouch application
1 – If new growth is longer than 2.5cm/1inch, repeat the process of global virgin application on the mid-length area.
2 – If the new growth is within the 2.5cm/1inch boundary, mix true light or true light white with either 8.5vol/2.55% or 20vol/6% – do not overlap onto previously lightened hair.
3 – Process without heat for a maximum of 40 minutes or until the desired undertone has been achieved.
4 – Rinse, shampoo, and condition using cool
or tepid comfortable water.
5 – Dry or towel-dry before applying gloss – We recommend toning with gloss shades 10/02, 10/08, 10/28 to help neutralise unwanted warm tones in the hair.
6 – To be mixed with activator 5vol/1.5%
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