Beautycard Points: 5 points
What results will I obtain?
With Garnier's Multi-Lights Kit you can break up the even colour result of your hair colourant, or bring beautiful lighter tones to your uncoloured hair
The Multi-Lightening kit adds permanent colour tones in perfect harmony with your existing colour.
How does it do that?
Thanks to the patented applicator brush, developed for all hair thicknesses, application is fast and easy. Simply apply the Multi-Lightening creme stroke by stroke. The thick creme formula is non-drip, so it only adds tones and lightness to the hair you select. If you have coloured hair, we advise using Garnier Multi-Lights Kit immediately after you have coloured your hair.
And to create the right result for me?
You can choose the width and spacing to the sections of hair where you'd like Multi-Lights to appear.
And when I reapply?
It's as easy as the first time! There's no need to re-apply where you applied Multi-Lights originally. - If you have coloured hair: applying your usual colourant will cover over the old Multi-Lights. You can then add new Multi-Lights as before. - If you have uncoloured hair: you can re-apply Multi-Lights after about three months.
How do I choose the right Garnier Multi-Lights Kit for me?
Choose your kit according to your existing colour. That's what determines the Multi-Lights colour you can obtain.
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If you have a friend to help you, this product is really easy to use and gives great results (I use it regularly). Apply to fine sections of hair for a more natural look, or use thicker sections to create a block of colour. It's a bit tricky to apply on your own just because it's awkward to see close enough to your roots.Flag this review
This product gives really natural looking blonde hi-lights, without ruining your hair. I have used several times, after colouring. It's a bit tricky to apply right down to the roots on your own, but if you have someone to help, then no problem.Flag this review
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