About Aveda Hair Color
Points of Difference
Up to 96% naturally derived*
Uses plant power instead of petrochemicals
Cruelty free – tested on people
Manufactured with 100% wind power
Planet-friendly packaging (cartons and caps are made from 100% recycled material)
Aveda’s fade-resistant formulas are up to 99% naturally derived* for essentially damage-free results — with a signature blend of protective plant oils including organic sunflower, castor and jojoba oils that condition hair and infuse it with amazing shine. Aveda’s formulas are created with an environmental and social conscience that you can feel good about.
*From plants and non-petroleum-based minerals.
Copper fields, from the autumn 2013 Heart Lands collection
Winter peach, from the autumn 2013 Heart Lands collection
Toasted grains, from the autumn 2013 Heart Lands collection
Full Color, Medium Brown
Full Color, Carmina Red Violet
Full Color, Dark Natural Blonde With Enlightener
Full Color, Light Intense Copper Blonde
Full Color, Red
Full Color, Violette
Full Color, Violet Pink
Full Color, Dark Intense Copper Blonde
Full Color, Extra Light Natural Blonde
Full Color with Highlights, Extra Light Ash Blonde With Violet Pink Highlights
Highlights And Lowlights, Light Golden Brown With Medium Blonde Highlights And Medium Brown Lowlights
Ombre, Base Medium Golden Brown With Medium Blonde Ends
Ombre, Base Light Brown With Light Golden Blonde Ends
Finding the Right Color
Choosing a new hair color that compliments your skin tone can be a bit tricky. You want to find the right color that will enhance your eyes and skin tone. The right hair color can compliment your eyes and brighten your face. A particular color may look great on someone else, but you might find that it doesn’t work well for you because of your different skin tones.
For warm tones, colors with bases or red, red-orange, orange, yellow, and gold work best. For cool tones, colors with bases of blue, blue-violet, violet, green, and neutral work the best. Also, remember that staying within a few shades on the color spectrum of your natural shade looks the most natural. If you want a drastic color change, it is best to do it in stages, perhaps with highlights/lowlights added.
Before adding any color, our stylists perform a consultation to determine which colors will work best with your skin tone and eye color. Your stylist will discover your needs and offer solutions to best complete your request. There are many different options for coloring your hair, depending on the desired result for color tone, intensity, and level. Depending on which hair color system used will also depend on your commitment – how often you can return to the salon to best maintain your hair color.
Products for Colored Hair
Power your color with the color conserve™ line.
This 4-step system protects color and prevents fading. Color conserve™ line extends the vibrance of color-treated hair and protects color-treated hair from the damaging effects of sun, water, and environmental stresses.
For highlights, dry or damage remedy is highly recommended in order to add protein back into the hair and keep it healthy. Damage remedyTM harnesses penetrating plant proteins to help strengthen and repair hair. Dry remedy™ is deep moisture for dry, brittle hair, instantly improving its condition by 63%.
Always use a prep product with heat control! Especially when using blow dryers, flat irons, curling irons, etc. This is really going to help protect the hair from further damage. Heat protection is in many products – Smooth Infusion™ Style-Prep Smoother™, Damage Remedy™ Daily Hair Repair, and Brilliant™ Damage Control™.
For maintaining a particular shade, Aveda’s pure plant shampoos and conditioners, in plant-inspired shades, neutralize or add tones to enrich color. The pure plant shampoos and conditioners include:
-black malva, enriches black or brown hair
-blue malva, enhances blonde or grey hair
-camomile, brightens and conditions blonde highlights
-clove, enriches brown hair
-madder root, enriches red and auburn hair.
You can always MIX AND MATCH any of these products for what works best for you. Ask your stylist for the bests combination of products to use!