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Superlative Color

Superlative Color

Premium hair colour line, available with or without ammonia, to guarantee 100% grey coverage.


Colour. Protect. Illuminate. Superlative Color is Farmagan’s premium colour line.

  • Colouring and nourishment: dual action for hair thanks to active ingredients like cashmere keratin, argan oil, and hyaluronic acid..
    • An anti-oxidant with a high-value coating action, argan oil makes hair soft and shiny. It protects tha scalp and hair during colouring, but also increases shine and helps the colour service keep that salon-fresh look longer.
    • Substantivizing and repairer or natural keratin, cashmere keratin leaves hair thicker, stronger and full of body..
    •  Hydrating, protective, and elasticising for the skin, hyaluronic acid provides deep moisturising. It leaves hair soft and manageable. It also makes brushing easier, so styling lasts longer.
  • 100% grey coverage: Superlative Color makes it possible to cover 100% of greys without requiring a base.
  • A rainbow of shades: this professional colouring by Farmagan is available in 98 shades with ammonia and 52 ammonia-free nuances.

To further enhance the result, it is recommended that hair be treated with Superlative Oxy (10, 20, 30 or 40 Vol.): a stabilizing oxidant in cream form to be used when colouring or lightening hair.  This formula combines the virtues of argan oil, cashmere keratin, and hyaluronic acid, which contributes to keeping hair soft during the colouring phase.

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Posted on 19.11.2018

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