Q: Will O&M Clean Liquids break the base of my virgin hair?
Cor Clean Liquids will not break the base of the natural color.
Q: What Volume of developer goes with the clean liquids?
Clean Liquids have their own activator that is 6vol or 1.8%.
Q: Will the Clean Liquids 0.00 break the base of gray or virgin hair if I just want shine?
No, the Liquids 0.00 will not break the base of any virgin hair.
Q: What are Clean Liquids used for?
Color glossing, introduction to color, Soft gray blending, refreshing faded ends, color correction, shine treatment.
Q: Are the liquids cooler like the Cor line?
No, the Liquids are warmer in base due to being deposit only and warmth is needed when there is no lift.
Q: How would you compare O&M Clean Liquids to the regular Cor color?
Regular Cor can be compared to the finish of lipstick and the Liquid’s finish can be compared to Lip Gloss due to its sheer appearance.
Q: How do I make the Liquids more pastel?
The Liquids can be more pastilized by adding 0.00 the clear to dilute the pigments.
Q: Can the Liquids be used on the same day as a perm?
Yes, due to the color being non-ammonia and pH neutral.
Q: What shade would make an excellent shadow root?
The 6.71 is a great suggestion for a root melt, tried and tested by O&M stylists.
Q: How do I mix Clean Liquids?
Mix 1 part color to 1 part developer gently mix the color in the bowl until blended.
Q: Why does my mixture have bubbles in it?
Over mixing will create bubbles in the mixture, gentle mixing until it gels.
Q: Is a patch test necessary?
Yes, anytime a new color is introduced to a client a patch test is necessary, 24 to 48 hours prior to the service.
Q: What is the difference between toning with the liquids and the regular Cor color?
The Clean liquids are a softer pigment sheer color for toning lighter unwanted tones out of the hair. Stronger tones of orange and yellow can best be toned by the Cor line for a more solid toning finish.
Q: Can I use the Clean liquids 0.00 as a base breaker?
The Clean Liquids will not break a base due to the neutral pH and low volume of activator.
Q: Are the Cor Liquids considered an acid color like Shades E?
The Liquids are pH neutral meaning they are neither Acid nor alkaline but completely pH neutral.
Q What does the Prickly Pear ingredient do for the liquids?
Prickly Pear helps the hair retain moisture and create excellent shine.
Q: What does it mean to overwork the color?
Cor clean liquids are a gentle softer pigment and it is meant to gently be placed on the hair and worked through without unnecessary rough application.
Q: Can I mix the Clean Liquids with any developer?
No, it is designed to function with the recommended activator.
Q: Can I use a bottle to apply the clean Liquids?
Yes it can be applied with a bowl and brush or a bottle.
Q: How many colors are in the line?
23 Shades that are 60ml and a clear that comes in a 500ml size.
Q: Can the colors be intermixed with one another?
Yes, all shades are intermixable and also can be mixed with the clear to create a more sheer color.
Q: Does the color contain PPD?
No, the color does not contain PPD, Ammonia, or Resorcinol.
Q: How long do I leave the color on if I am toning blonde hair?
Toning can be anywhere from 10-30 mins. The longer Clean Liquids shades are left on the hair, the longer staying power the toner will have.
Q: How long do I leave the clean liquids on the hair if I am gray blending?
For gray blending you will want to leave on the hair for 30 mins.
Q: Can I use the color on sensitized hair?
Yes, due to the delicate nature and sheerness of the pigments, you can apply them to sensitized hair. A strand test is always recommended and you may also dilute with the clear if necessary.
Q: Can I repigmantize my blondes if I am going darker with the Clean Liquid?
Yes, you would follow the recommended shades in the color bible and always mix 1 part color to 2 parts of developer to color correct.
Q: Can I use heat with the Clean Liquids?
Heat is not recommended, only room temperature processing.
Q: Does the color contain MEA?
Yes, it does contain MEA.