For a younger looking hair in only 10 minutes, salon hair color custom gray camouflage.
Reformulated to blend the same amount of gray in 5 minutes that it used to in 10 minutes. Provides six shades of custom coverage options, cooler tonality with easier application and low maintenance results.
The original formulation, with the green writing and the 12 volume developer was GREAT- I used light ash, and got great results on grey coverage. The new formulation, however, is NOT true to the color description- light ash is VERY reddish, especially in
The forum adds 5 stars by default which most reviewers haven't bothered to change. If you read most of the reviews you will realise that the product really averages 1 to 2 stars.
I had black hair in my youth; it has now gone grey. So my hairdresser used Redken Color Camo [Dark Ash] hoping that it would give me salt & pepper look. I was very disappointed as it turned my hair reddish brown all over - so don't trust the photos in t
i used this on my uncle who wanted to blend his grays and i used the medium ash, it turned out so dark and preety much colored all of it. there is no blending whatso ever. we even tried to use a clarify afterwards to get some out but it didnt work. VERY D
I quit using other color products because my hair became a cheesy coppery red after a few days. Color Camo did not used to be like that. The new formulation is! I use Dark Ash, supposedly based on a blue, and not red. Well my wife looked at me yesterd
I used this product (new forumulation) over a couple of months an alternative to Just For Men's Touch Of Grey. Don't believe what Redken say. It is a permanent dye (confirmed by my hair-dresser) and fades to copper highlights. Now I'm just waiting for all
I used the previous formula of light ash camo and the new camo product. The original formula took 15 minutes to set. But, it held the color for the full month. The new formula only takes 5 minutes to set, but begins to wash out within a week.
My hairstylist swears by this product and convinced me to give it a try. I had not dyed my hair for 15 year and have about 50% gray.
The results were disappointing to say the least. Lots of reddish strands instead of medium brown and a very dramatic and unwelcome change. Not recommended.
I am a guy in his mid-50's with what my stylist describes as salt pepper hair. It is mostly pepper on the top a back but silver on the front and sides. In the front, it is naturally wavy, thick in texture, and medium length. Had not colored my hair in many years and discussed with my stylist how we might blend some of the pepper into the front and sides. She applied camo and the results were a