The Bonbons explained in detail. I made the Bonbons for a certain purpose and to fulfill a certain pation.
I have created all the formulas to the Bonbons. I personally created Bonbons de Mounir.
I have brought together all my experience to create this family and make it available for you; but it is really important to follow my recommendations carefully on how to use it to get the ultimate results.
As you can see on the swatches, each color has three different shades and not only one color. Firstly, the application time is a crucial factor in the result of these colors.
Secondly, it is very important to apply these colors on light yellow bleached hair as it is important to keep some pigment in the hair and not bleach to white blonde The purple moon for example, you can see three shades of the color. Dark, light and lighter in one tube.
In the Bonbons range, each color in one tube can produce 3 different delicate and specially crafted reflects as per the swatches.
We adopted the grey, the violet and the gold in the Bonbons family as the main 3 key reflects. once you got the understand their mystery you will produce great results, they are amazing colors.
I will explain the purple moon and all the other colors in thesame family.
I use the bonbon family on extra light-yellow bleached hair,and I use these colors when I am applying on a full head not highlighting. I always mix with peroxide 20 vol. I start applying on the roots 2-4 cm depending on each clients desire. I apply for 10 minutes and I will directly see the dark purple moon pigment on the roots starting to form.
Then after 10 minutes, I start applying and bleeding the color to the second part of the hair for 5-7 minutes. Then I bleed to the ends, I get a darker color that progresses to lighter.
At the end, we need just 2-3 minutes maximum to have the light color on the end of the hair. And we will use the same formula and strategy with all the bonbon colors- desert rose, milky way, rabbit beige and more.
The Bonbon family colors are special and amazing.
One question I am frequently asked about with the Bonbon colors is if they can only be used on full pre lightened hair.
I do use the Bonbons on ombré hair, the hair must be bleached in a clean way. There cannot be different levels of blonde in the ombre but rather an all even blonde throughout. I don’t recommend anyone using the Bonbons on a highlighted hair if you don’t have the same exact color. Sometimes when you lighten the hair you might have a different orange color on the root, or a slightly different color in the middle. These colors are a little bit delicate and need a high degree of lightening to get the same colors of the catalog.
I would like to add more information on the Bonbons range. If you want to use it, all the hair should be lightened to the same exact blonde.
You can’t have different highlights or lowlights in your blonde, the blonde must be even. it can be darker to lighter blonde ombre but can’t have strands of light or dark blonde through your blonde.
People ask if they can use Bonbon with highlights or ombré.You can use them in only one case- if you have a proper clean lightening which means that all the hair is lightened to one same color.
There should not be orange or any other challenges with the bleaching because the Bonbons are really delicate colors.
The color won’t be the same on orange. The color of the lightening should be clean and the same for the whole hair in order to obtain the beauty of these colors.
When you can see that the bleaching is the same, you have the exact same color in all the hair, you can apply the Bonbons.