Yes, it sure will

Yes you can, unless your current hair color product contains metals or henna. If your current hair color contains lead acetate, zinc, iron or copper you need to wait at least a month before using Style and make sure you give your hair a really good regular shampoo to wash away any metallic residue.

The same thing goes for henna, which leaves a waxy residue on your hair and means it won’t absorb the color properly. Leave it a month, shampoo regularly and then go for a lovely Style shade.

Good question. Yes, the thing is you might become sensitive over time to ingredients used in hair color. 

So even if you were fine before, you might have become sensitive since then.

It’s always worth testing your sensitivity because other factors can affect the results; medication might affect how your body reacts, or if you’ve had permanent make-up or tattoos. 

If your scalp is irritated or damaged that might cause a reaction too.

That’s why we encourage you to always take a sensitivity test 48 hours before you use Style, even though it’s formulated to be very gentle on hair and skin. 

You’ll find more details in the instruction leaflet in each box. 

Or have a look at www.colourwell-colourwise.eu for even more information on coloring your hair safely.

The color shown on the box is only our best guide to the result you’ll get with your Style color. 

How your hair actually responds to the color is affected by factors such as:

  • Your hair condition
  • If your hair is already colored
  • How much grey is in your hair
  • If you’re on certain medications/supplements they can interfere with color take-up
  • Products used in your hair

It’s a good idea to take a strand test at the same time as you take the sensitivity test. 

That way you know for sure how your hair responds to the colour and you can make sure you’re happy before you go any further. 

Check out the instruction leaflet in each box for simple instructions on how to do a strand test.

We’re very happy to say that all our Style colors are suitable for vegans and vegetarians 

We don’t recommend it and for upto 4 weeks after.

Sadly we don’t advise you use Style if you’re having chemotherapy, radiotherapy or other forms of treatment.

We recommend you fix your hair before coloring

Yes, but it has to done at a hair salon as they’ve got the special products you need. 

It’s always a good idea to do a strand test first before full application.

You’ll find the instructions in the box.

Also you may try using a good anti dandruff shampoo immediately after and ongoing,

You can’t stop fading completely, but you can slow it down. 

Don’t shampoo for at least a day after you color. 

“From then on, wash only every two to three days,” says Jasen James, a color specialist at Maxine Salon, in Chicago. 

Stick to shampoos and conditioners made for color-treated hair, since “these products are designed to keep the hair shafts closed, and that keeps color in,” explains Crawford. 

If your scalp gets greasy on days you don’t shampoo, Naomi Knights, a color technologist at the Cristiano Cora Studio, in New York City, suggests scrubbing and rinsing your scalp with plain water, then conditioning and rinsing the hair’s ends. 

Or try a dry shampoo, which absorbs scalp oils without the need for water.

Everything you need will be right in that beautiful box of color.

Whoopsie daisy! No worries we always recommend a strand test before the hair is colored, which will indicate the actual color result on your hair. You can also try using an anti dandruff shampoo to take away some of the color immediately after and for a period of time until you are happy. for every color mishap, there’s a color to neutralize it. Turn bad dye jobs into color to dye for using this handy dandy chart:

Problem & Solution

The color turned out too dark:

If you don’t want to wait for the color to fade naturally, try a clarifying shampoo (NOT one meant for color-treated hair) the day after you color. It will help some of the color wash out, leaving you with a lighter tone.

The color turned out too light: 

Get a box of the same brand one shade darker and re-color, but keep the color on for HALF of the recommended time. Check your color every 5 minutes and rinse when you think the color is dark enough.

The color is too red:

Try coloring with a shade of brown that is of the same color level as the red you used. Keep it on for five to ten minutes, and tada! Still red, but a more toned down version.

I have patchy spots:

The solution is pretty simple here: just color your hair one more time, paying special attention to the blotchy bits. Next time, opt for two boxes of color instead of one to ensure every strand is covered.

Haircolour should be refreshed when your roots start to show, about 4-6 weeks. 

As long as you follow the instructions for root application only, you should not have any problems with colour build-up.


Style will lighten hair by approximately one shade. 

So, if you’re a natural base 5, then it will lift your hair to around a base 6.

That depends.

  • Are you just touching up? Use Root Touch-Up to perfectly match your current color, even if it’s not a Clairol color.
  • Looking to go lighter? Do as the tortoise does and take it slow. A.k.a. don’t go any more than 2 shades lighter than your current color. If you have medium brown hair, aim for a lighter brown before going blonde. Enjoy a few weeks as a brunette (they may be your last, after all) and then go for another shift into blonde-zone.
  • Looking to go darker? Don’t go all hare with your hair. Stick with that turtle and make slow, steady shifts. Stay within two shades of your starting color and ease into brunette territory.

If you’re covering regrowth, we recommend you color your hair when there’s 1 – 1½ inches (3 to 4cm) of regrowth. 

That’s usually about every four to six weeks, but it depends on how quickly your hair grows.

Grey hair that is resistant to color will need to be shampooed first using the Clarifying Shampoo. 

Shampoo, towel dry well and apply the color to damp hair. 

You can extend the development time up to fifty minutes. 

Medication can also be a problem; HRT and Thyroxin can block color. 

You could also apply very low heat with a hairdryer for the first ten minutes of the development time.

No, we don’t use any henna in any of our products.

It’s a good idea to wait one week before you color your hair after an ammonia-based perm.

We recommend cutting your hair first and then coloring it. 

And, of course, your color will enhance your cut.

You generally shouldn’t shampoo immediately before colouring because this will remove the natural oils that protect your scalp during the colouring process. 

Wait 24 to 48 hours after shampooing your hair

This effect sometimes happens if you don’t do touch-up applications. 

If you apply haircolour to your entire head of hair whenever you see roots, you’ll end up with colouring the older, more porous ends of your hair, which will result in colour build-up. 

The solution is simple. 

Follow the instructions on your insert for Root Application only. 

Follow up with regular trims and your hair will look more consistent.

Hair type does make a difference. 

An important consideration is hair’s texture-when the individual hairs are coarse (large in diameter) or fine (small in diameter). 

Coarse hair generally takes more time to absorb colour, so it requires a longer timing; fine hair generally takes less time to absorb colour so it requires a shorter timing.

Simply use soap and water to wash away any stains.

Because of the way it’s made Style isn’t likely to be effective on afro hair.

No, Style isn’t suitable for anyone under the age of 16.