What should I use for 30 volume developer?
30 volume developer (9% peroxide)
- Lightens up to 3 levels.
- Used for dyeing and also for lightening hair. Suitable for coloring grey hair.
- The most often it is mixed with permanent color and lightening cream or powder.
What is the ratio for 30 volume developer?
2 to 1
The ratio of 30 volume developer to bleach is 2 to 1.
How do you dilute a 30 volume developer?
developer means 12% peroxide. 30 Vol. developer means 9% peroxide….Here is a simple chart on the dilution of developers.
|Volume Dilution||Volume Dilution||Water Ratio|
|30 vol. to 20 vol.||2 parts 30 vol. peroxide||1 part|
|20 vol. to 10 vol.||1 part 20 vol. peroxide||1 part|
Can you mix 30 and 20 vol developer?
Yes, you can mix a 20 and a 30-volume developer if your hair is dry or damaged to lighten it or apply a lighter color. By mixing a 20 and a 30-volume developer, you’ll get a 25-volume developer. It’ll be less aggressive than the 30-volume, but more powerful than the 20-volume.
How much developer do I put in toner?
To tone your hair, use a 2:1 developer to toner ratio. In other words, two parts of developer to one part of toner. That being said, the hair color you’re working with will affect what kind of developer you should use. For example, if you want to tone dark colors, such as ash or deep grey, use a 10 volume developer.
What happens if I use 30 volume developer instead of 10?
The 10 volume developer is a standard oxidizing level for permanent, no-lift hair color. The 30 volume developer also works like 20 volume, but it will lighten the hair’s original color by two to three and is more efficient when the desired color is no more than two levels lighter than the original color.
When should you use a 10 volume developer?
The 10 volume developer is a standard oxidizing level for permanent, no-lift hair color. It’s designed for use when you want to add a color tone or tint to the hair of the same lightness level. It also opens the hair cuticle layer, allowing the color molecules to penetrate and deposit in the cortex.