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Ready to find the right haircolor? Whether you're a first-time user or a coloring pro looking for options, Shade Selector will help you find your Garnier haircolor. Just answer a few questions, and then explore your possibilities.
About Your Hair
1 Color Status 2 Current Haircolor 3 Gray Hair
Your new look
4 Coloring Goal 5 New Haircolor
Back to Results Tone Cool Cool Cool Warm Warm Warm Natural Natural Natural Red Red Red Type Ammonia-Free Permanent Ammonia-Free Permanent Ammonia-Free Permanent Permanent Permanent Permanent Non-Permanent Non-Permanent Non-Permanent Form Créme Creme Creme Foam Foam Foam Top Recommendations Check out all of your new haircolor options! Change your coloring filters above to explore what type suits you best. place holder
Back to Shade Selector What is tone? "Tone" is a way of differentiating shades of hair color and their end effect on hair. Understanding tones will help you get the look you want. Cool: Helps mask or neutralize warmth. Think ash, beige, ice, even champagne. Warm: Adds warmth to your look. Think golden, bronze and chestnut shades. Natural: Mostly neutral, without warm, cool or red tones. If gray coverage is your priority, natural shades can help provide maximum coverage. Red: Adds red tones to your hair. Think copper, red, auburn, mahogany and burgundy.
Back to Shade Selector Tone Cool: Helps mask or neutralize warmth. Think ash, beige, ice, even champagne. Warm: Adds warmth to your look. Think golden, bronze and chestnut shades. Natural: Mostly neutral, without warm, cool or red tones. If gray coverage is your priority, natural shades can help provide maximum coverage. Red: Adds red tones to your hair. Think copper, red, auburn, mahogany and burgundy. Type Ammonia-Free Permanent
  • Lasts until grown out or cut off
  • Can lighten natural hair
  • Darkens both natural & color-treated hair
  • Changes the tone from natural to intense
  • Up to 100% gray coverage
  • Ammonia-free coloring experience
Permanent Color
  • Lasts until grown out and cut off
  • Can lighten natural hair
  • Darkens both natural & color-treated hair
  • Changes the tone from natural to intense
  • Up to 100% gray coverage
Non-Permanent Color
  • Lasts through 28 shampoos or up to 6 weeks
  • Can darken hair or maintain current level
  • Can achieve natural-looking gray coverage
  • Haircolor may be slightly brighter without the high maintenance
Form Créme
  • Rich, creamy texture
  • Works particularly well with coarse, dry or fragile hair
  • Works best on hair with resistant grays
  • Gives some of the best coverage available
Foam
  • Light, foamy texture
  • Easy to spread and fast application
  • Works particularly well with fine to medium hair
  • Natural-looking results and gray coverage
Back to Shade Selector Color Terms, Defined. Refresh: Love your current color? Find a similar shade and freshen it up. Enhance: Want a slight change? Go 1 shade darker. Change: Ready for a different look? Go 2 shades darker. Reinvent: Looking for something entirely new? Go 3+ shades darker.
Back to Shade Selector Color Terms, Defined. Lighten: Creates an overall lighter look. This could be a subtle or as dramatic as 3+ shades lighter than your natural color. Refresh: Keeps your hair close to your natural color level, with the opportunity to freshen it up and change your tone. Darken: Goes darker and deeper than your natural color. Note: once darkened, color-treated hair is more difficult to lighten.
Back to Results 5.5 Medium mahogany Olia Our 1St Oil Powered Permanent Home Haircolor. See The Olia Difference. CAUTION: You should not use this product if you have hair that has been bleached or relaxed. Questions about a shade or where to buy?
Talk to a Garnier color specialist.