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L'Oreal Preference 6 Buenos Aires Dark Blonde Permanent Hair Dye is a creamy coffee brown shade which is designed to maintain the natural tones of your hair. Preference's patented fade resistant permanent colour gives perfect coverage for grey along high shine colour conditioners that leave hair with a smooth silky touch. The result is that from root to tip, your colour does not fade or become dull, and stays luminous as if full of life, keeping its shine for up to 6 weeks.
Shade 6.0 Buenos Aires
Shade 6.0 was inspired by the Argentinian capital: Buenos Aires. As intense and warm as the southern city, this pure and very light brown works beautifully with all skin tones and is perfect for those who want to lighten without a drastic change.
How to use L'Oreal Preference 6 Buenos Aires Dark Blonde Permanent Hair Dye
Please follow the instruction leaflet carefully.
Caution before using L'Oreal Paris Preference Infinia 6 Capri Light Brown Hair Dye:
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