Finding your shade

Finding your shade

BioKap follows the ICC International Colour Code, this is a universal way of classifying colours. If you are wanting to use a similar colour to a previous manufacturer, select the BioKap colour with the closest numbers. Most hair colour brands also follow the ICC which means if you are choosing a 5.0, it will be similar to a 5.0 from another manufacturer. Colour descriptions on the ICC can be a little confusing as Blondes are categorised as being a number 6 and upwards, although the shade actually looks as a light brown! Remember that a 1 is dark shade and 9 is very light. The following numbers always refer to the tone of the hair, such as red, copper, golden, ash. If you are unsure it is safer to use a lighter shade – higher number, as next time you can darken it, but you can not lighten the dye by putting a lighter shade on top. Any questions please contact us and we will offer our best advise to help you choose your optimum shade.




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