- Available in 20 shades including Clear.
- No ammonia, no lift with acid pH technology.
- Safe to use for grey blending.
- Long lasting color that fades true to tone
- Combine equal parts 10 volume Pro-oxide Cream Developer and use immediately.
What are the Benefits?:
Will Redken Discontinue EQ GLoss?:
I'm sure the announcement has some of you die-hard Shades EQ Gloss fans a little worried. But have no fear, Redken is simply expanding the line and not replacing the gloss with a cream formula. In fact, Redken even suggests using the two products together.
- Try using Shades Cream next time you're low-lighting a foil client. You can then apply Shades Gloss to tone the whole head once the foils have been removed.
Shades EQ Cover Plus:
- Contains no ammonia and provides up to 75% gray coverage with demi-permanent results.
- Maximum gray blending.
- Available in 10 shades including Clear.
- Use with equal parts 10 or 20 volume Pro-oxide Cream Developer.
How to Get Shades EQ in Your Salon:
All in all I give this product the thumbs up. I usually prefer toning with a cream as I feel that you get better coverage with more moisturizing results. One of my favorite cream demi-permanent lines is Wella Color Touch and Shades EQCream definitely gives them a run for the money.
If you are a fan of doing red hair color, I also highly suggest this product as the reds are rich and true to tone.