Your Questions answered Darling
What if my colour stays on longer before I get to wash my hair?
Don’t be alarmed because your colour will STOP processing after 40 minutes and will not affect the result.
How do I avoid getting colour on my clothes when I go to wash my hair?
The Quiki service will require you to wash your hair at home and although the headband stops the colour from bleeding, we recommend you wear a front buttoned or zipper top so that you can undress with no risk of colouring your clothes.
How do I successfully wash my colour out at home?
3 easy steps to wash your regrowth colour at home using Saks Salons Colour Protect shampoo and conditioner.
Gently massage scalp to lift colour from scalp under running water.
Gently massage shampoo, focus on removing colour residue from scalp. Second shampoo can be gently massaged right through to the ends and rinse thoroughly.
Condition your hair from mid-length to ends, comb your hair through with a wide toothed comb and rinse thoroughly.
Will the colour stain my shower or bath tub?
No. Your colour has stopped processing and will not stain your shower or bath tub.
If I wash my hair in the shower, will the colour running down my body irritate my skin?
No. Your colour has stopped processing and will not irritate or stain your skin during the washing of your hair.
Do I need to do anything else after washing my hair?
Once you have shampoo and condition your hair, we recommend Saks Salons leave-in treatment massaged into your hair from mid-length to ends before drying or styling. This will keep your hair protected and nourished in between washes.
How often should I get my regrowth coloured?
This all depends on how fast or slow your hair grows. Everybody's hair grows at a different pace. Generally 3 - 5 weeks is a reasonable interval between colours.