1. Apply a make-up remover* such as a cleansing cream on the stained area. Massage well and clean with tissue paper, etc.
2. Lather up with a bar soap* and massage the stained area with the soap, then rinse out.
3. If it is difficult to remove the stain, use a cotton towel, scoop up some soap suds and gently massage the stained area, then wash out.
*We recommend using a make-up remover and a bar soap. Alternatively, you can use your usual facial cleanser or body wash. Avoid letting the facial cleanser or body wash get into your eyes when using them. If you are unable to remove the stain completely with the following the steps above, it will be removed naturally by shampooing and bathing as usual.
A Skin Allergy Test will indicate whether you are prone to an allergic reaction to a hair color. Even if you have colored your hair many times without experiencing any reaction, changes in body conditions may cause a reaction to occur. A skin allergy test is required every time when you are using a different hair coloring product or even if it is a different color from the same hair coloring brand.
Q.2Why do I have to perform the Skin Allergy Test 48 hours before coloring?
The test requires you to check 30 minutes after applying the test liquid and again after 48 hours. It will indicate whether you are prone to an allergic reaction from the hair color.
Q.3When conducting the Skin Allergy Test, I experienced redness/itchiness around the test area and I did not proceed to color my hair. Can I continue to color my hair if I do not experience any abnormal reaction to the Skin Allergy Test on another day?
No, you should not color your hair.
A Skin Allergy Test will indicate whether you are prone to an allergic reaction to a hair color. Once you experience an abnormal reaction such as redness/itchiness, it is highly possible that you are allergic to the hair color. Even though you do not experience any abnormal reaction on another day, you may still suffer from an allergic reaction to the hair color that, in rare cases, can be severe.
Q.4Why can't I use hair color if I have experienced an allergic reaction only once?
What are the symptoms of an allergic reaction?
An allergic reaction caused by hair color refers to symptoms such as itchiness, swelling, redness or rash mostly on one's scalp, hairline, face or neck. In some instances, there may only be itchiness. If such symptoms are present but not noticed and you continue using the product; or if you repeat usage because your symptoms are not severe, you may run the risk of a sudden, severe allergic reaction (hives all over the body, breathing difficulties, etc.). If you have ever experienced ANY symptoms, such as the ones mentioned above, please DO NOT USE this product. Even if the only symptom you experience is itchiness (during every use or if the itching sensation has ever been strong), DO NOT USE this product.
Q.5The test area turned blue/purple. Is it all right to continue to color my hair?
Will the result of my hair color be the same shade as the test area?
It is a normal reaction when the skin turns blue/purple when the mixture is applied on the skin for a skin allergy test. It is all right to continue to color your hair. The final shade of the hair will be different from the shade on the test area.
Change into clothing you don't mind staining and wrap a towel around your neck.
To make it easier to remove any solution (mixture) that gets onto the skin, apply a thin layer of oil-based skin cream to the hairline, including ears, forehead and neckline, etc.
Be careful not to get the cream onto hair, as the coloring effect may be weakened.
If foam (mixture) gets onto skin, wipe off immediately with damp tissue paper, etc.
Ensure that you wear the gloves enclosed with the product to prevent staining your hands during coloring and while rinsing the mixture.
Q.7Can Liese Bubble Hair Color be used for retouching or partial coloring?
It is not suitable for retouching or partial coloring because it is a product meant to color the entire hair length by applying the foam that is dispensed from the bottle.
Q.8Is the cream type of hair color more suitable for coloring newly grown hair roots?
Yes, the cream type is recommended to color newly grown hair roots because you can control the amount to apply.
If you would like to cover gray/white hair, we recommend to use Antique Rose/Classic Chocolat/Black Tea Brown/Elegant Ash/Natural Black in Liese BubbleHair Color.
Other shades(Sweet Pink/Cassis Berry/Sweet Apricot/Mocha Orange/ Milk Tea Brown/Marshmallow Brown/Glossy Brown/Chestnut Brown/Dark Chocolat/Platinum Beige/Ash Brown) from the Liese Bubble Hair Color range are not for covering gray/white hair. Although it can be used on gray/white hair, it brightens black hair so that the white hair is less visible. Basically, it does not color dye gray/white hair as effectively as Antique Rose/Classic Chocolat,
Black Tea Brown, Elegant Ash and Natural Black.
Q.10Can I colour my hair during pregnancy or menstruation?
It is not recommended to color your hair during pregnancy or menstruation because skin becomes sensitive and the product may trigger an allergic reaction.
Q.11Can I perm my hair before or right after coloring?
If you would like to perm your hair, you are advised to do so before coloring to prevent colour fading and discoloration. If you had just permed your hair, allow at least one week of interval before using the product to prevent hair damage.
Q.12How frequent can I color my hair? What is the recommended time interval between usage?
On average, the hair grows 1-1.5 cm per month. In order to maintain the shade you desire, it is recommended that you re-color every month. If you decide to re-color your hair because the result was too bright after your first coloring, allow at least a one week time interval before you color your hair again. Remember to perform a skin allergy test 48 hours before coloring your hair.
Yes, it is alright if males were to use Liese Bubble Hair Colour, as long as he likes the shade. The length of men's hair tends to be shorter than that of a woman, hence reduce the amount of mixure used accordingly.
No, you should not bathe during application because perspiration or water droplets may cause the solution to get in your eyes. As a result, you may suffer from severe pain, and in some cases, eye damage can occur. In addition, ensure that your hair is dry before application.
Q.15Is it possible to color my hair while shampooing at the same time?
This product is not a shampoo. As it is a hair coloring product, please shampoo only after your hair is colored and rinsed to avoid having color stains on hair and scalp.
Q.16Can I wear a cap or plastic wrap on my head during waiting time?
It is not recommended to wear a cap or plastic wrap on your head because this will lead to an increase in temperature on your scalp, which may result in a difference in color. Moreover, you might pespire and cause the coloring agent to run into your eyes.
Q.17Would the color results appear better if the waiting time is longer?
Waiting time should be 30 minutes at maximum. Even if you leave the foam on for more than 30 minutes, the result will not differ.
Q.18If the foam disappears, is it necessary to add more?
The appropriate usage amount is the entire bottle for shoulder length hair and half to two-thirds of the bottle for short hair.
If the approriate amount is used, adding more foam will not be necessary. At the start, the foam may be absorbed by the hair and disappear. Continue to massage it in and a foamy lather will appear.
Q.19Is it possible to mix different shades? What should I do to achieve a color in between 2 different shades?
Shades should be used independently. If multiple shades are mixed, the color result may be different from what you had expected.
Q.20The packaging specifies that the entire bottle should be used for shoulder length hair. How much should be used if I have short hair?
Approximately half to two thirds of the mixture is sufficient to color short hair.
Q.21The color of foam differs from the hair color results shown on the packaging.
Will the final result of my hair color be the same as the color on the packaging?
Foam may turn dark purple or brown, but this does not affect the final hair color result. However, the results might differ depending on the shade and lightness of hair before coloring, the hair's condition, room temperature and how long the mixture is left on. It is useful to know your hair condition prior to coloring.
Q.22Is it possible to save the remaining mixture for the next hair coloring session?
No, the remaining mixture should not be used for the next hair coloring session.
Bubble Hair Color is for one-time usage only. If unused mixture is stored, gas may form in the bottle and cause container to burst and liquid may spill.
Rinse out unused mixture, then wrap in a plastic bag and dispose properly.
Q.23Can I color hair again if I'm not satisfied with the results.
You can color a shade darker than original but do allow at least one week of interval after your previous hair coloring session. However, you should not color a lighter (brighter) shade than original immediately.
If you would like to lighten your hair, it is important to lighten it gradually. This might take up several months, in order to avoid an uneven hair color.
The brightness of hair lasts permanently while the hue of color lasts for approximately two months. Depending on the color, coloring may fade in two to three weeks when applied to damaged hair, due to repeated bleaching, hair coloring and perming.
Q.25Does color result vary depending on the shade and lightness of hair before coloring,
the hair's condition, room temperature and how long the mixture is left on?
Yes, results will vary depending on the shade and lightness of hair before coloring, the hair's condition, room temperature and how long the mixture is left on. It is useful to know your hair condition prior to coloring.