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Your color options include the latest fashion trends—from deep brunettes and fiery reds to cool blondes. If you find yourself gravitating to a highly stylized look, consult with your stylist to see how to best adapt the fantasy of the runway to your individual needs. Or you may choose to add depth and dimension to your natural haircolor with highlights or lowlights.
Remember, your hair is your best fashion accessory—amazing color means you look amazing.

Permanent - Demi-Permanent - and Lightening Haircolor by Redken

What Haircolor Products Does Redken Offer?

Chromatics Prismatic Permanent Haircolor. This revolutionary haircolor leaves your hair 2X more fortified than without, so your hair looks shinier and healthier after just one salon visit. The technology behind Chromatics is a result of breakthrough research from the Redken labs: ODS² (Oil Delivery System) + Protein Extract Technology gives Chromatics the unique ability to fortify hair and deliver color pigments at the same time.  

Traditional permanent haircolor uses dye molecules that interact with your hair's natural pigment to create a final haircolor. Permanent color won't rinse or wash out. Because permanent haircolor formulations actually enter the hair shaft, it is important to use a conditioning color system such as Redken Color Fusion or Color Gels.

Demi-permanent haircolor, such as Redken's Shades EQ, can enrich natural color, refresh faded haircolor or tone highlighted hair. Demi-permanent haircolor will not lighten hair. It adds exceptional color, shine and condition to natural or color-treated hair without altering the natural pigment.

Lightening (also called bleaching or decolorizing) is the process of lightening the hair. It can be used to create just a few highlights, lighten selected sections of the hair, or be applied to the whole head. Whether you want to illuminate just a few strands, or go from brunette to blonde, lightening requires expertise and the right products, such as Redken's collection of superior conditioning lighteners.

How can I get Redken Haircolor?
Search for a Redken salon or a Redken Certified Haircolorist and ask for Redken color by name.
What is a Redken Certified Haircolorist?

Redken Certified Haircolorists provide top notch service and guarantee exceptional haircolor results. There's a certain level of acclaim associated with being a Redken Certified Haircolorist. Members of this elite group are recognized for their expertise and commitment to excellence.