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Osmo Ikon Pastel Metallics 

If you love creating high-shine and glossy effects for colour clients, Osmo has just the thing. Using the Osmo Ikon Pastel Metallic range, you can experiment with five stunning soft pastel shades: apricot, lilac, aquamarine, strawberry, and ice. Does a salon client want a slick, lilac ponytail or balayage highlights with metallic strawberry and apricot tones? Try Osmo Ikon…  

Osmo says each multi-dimensional, pastel shade creates depth, shine and vibrancy with a metallic finish. Osmo formulated the colour with sunflower seed extract to leave hair smooth, healthy and radiant. This is certainly a big bonus for clients!   

Osmo designed the Ikon pastel shades with micro-connective technology (MCT) to ensure perfect results every time. Micro-sized Osmo Ikon colour molecules readily absorb into the hair cuticle, allowing for lower ammonia content to improve hair conditioning significantly. MCT molecules lock into the cuticle for long-lasting colour clarity and multi-dimensional shine.   

The lowdown:  

  • 5 gorgeous fashion-led pastel metallic shades  
  • Formulated with Osmo Ikon micro-connective technology for long-lasting colour brilliance  
  • It contains chia oil and tamanu seed extract for nourishment and multi-dimensional shine  
  • Potential for various colour options from intense to watercolour  
  • Available in a generous 100ml tube size  
Osmo Ikon apricot pastel metallic swatch

How to use:    

  • Mix your chosen Osmo Ikon pastel metallic shade with Osmo Ikon Cream Developer 5 Volume in a mixing bowl until smooth and creamy.  

Mixing ratio:  

  • For intense results: 1:1.5  
  • For medium results: 1:3  
  • For watercolour results: 1:4  

The more you increase the mixing ratio between the colouring cream and the oxidising emulsion, the more the amount of colour deposited on the hair decreases. Process for 15-20 minutes, depending on the desired intensity of the tint and the hair’s porosity. The result changes depending on the tone level and the base tint to which it’s applied according to the rules of colourimetry.  

To request Osmo Ikon for your salon, contact your local wholesalers or click here   

For more Osmo news click HERE
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