Tempted Orange Intense Color Depositing Conditioner
Maintain your fashionably fun hair color or tint your hair with a more temporary and pastel color all while keep your hair moisturized and soft!
A semi-permanent color depositing conditioner that moisturizes as it colors! It is designed to redeposit fading pigment back into your hair, each time you condition with it, to maintain and refresh your vivid, vibrant orange dyed hair. It can also be used to tint pre-lightened hair to a more temporary and pastel color than our demi-permanent dye would.
This conditioner will keep your vivacious shades looking lively and radiant and healthy. It is infused with a blend of natural botanicals, keratin, and collagen, to luxuriously hydrate and revitalize dry, damaged hair repairing and restoring integrity, reducing frizz, and providing strength to deliver optimal anti-breakage benefits.
All Pure Blends Tempted Intense Color Depositing Conditioners will keep hair looking vivid, vibrant, and vivacious and will leave it feeling silky, shiny, and smooth! Pure Blends Tempted Intense Color Depositing Conditioner is Sulfate, Sodium Chloride, Paraben, Gluten, Ammonia, Peroxide, PPD, MEA, Tin Oxide, and Titanium Dioxide FREE, but may still cause skin irritation on some individuals. Performing a Skin Allergy Test 48 hours before use is recommended.
Unleash your creativity with Pure Blends Tempted!
Skin Allergy Test: With soap and water, wash an area the size of a quarter in the bend of your elbow. Pat dry with absorbent cotton. Apply product to test area, using an absorbent cotton-tipped applicator. Let test spot dry. Do not wash, cover or disturb for 48 hours. Examine test area periodically over the next 48 hours. If you experience any reactions - such as redness, burning, itching, swelling, skin abrasion, eruptions or irritation in or around the test area, you should NOT use hair color until after consulting a doctor. If you experience any such reaction during application, rinse immediately and consult a doctor. You should NOT use hair color again until after consulting a doctor.