BLACK is the darkest brown. Mix with Dark Ash Brown to discourage red tones.
DARK BROWN will be a medium brown on gray hair. If you have existing dark brown hair, this shade may encourage red undertones. To tone down red undertones, use Dark Ash Brown or Medium Ash Brown.
MEDIUM BROWN will be a light brown on gray hair. If you apply this to brown hair, you may get underlying red tones in the existing natural brown hair.
LIGHT BROWN will be a golden blonde or light brown on gray hair.
DARK ASH BROWN is used to counter unwanted red tones in existing dark brown hair. You do not need the ash series if you have 85% or more gray tones.
MEDIUM ASH BROWN is a neutral medium brown. This color is used when you have existing natural brown and you would like to avoid underlying red tones. This shade is slightly darker than medium brown. Cool, medium ash brown enhances the clarity of a pale complexion.
GOLDEN BLONDE is golden blonde on gray hair. Mix with equal parts neutral blonde to make the tone a more neutral golden blonde. Mix Golden Blonde with Medium Brown to make a golden brown.
MEDIUM ASH BLONDE is a cool violet based blonde. It is often mixed with Light Brown to counter any warm undertones in the hair.
LIGHT ASH BLONDE is the lightest shade in the home kit line. Mix with a small amount of Light Brown to obtain very light tone on gray hair. Light Ash Blonde alone on gray hair is not recommended. This color tone will only lighten your hair 1-2 shades and will not make a dark brown hair color blonde.
NEUTRAL BLONDE is a true beige or wheat colored blonde. Mix Neutral Blonde with Golden Blonde to make a more natural blonde tone. You could also try two parts Neutral Blonde with one part Light Brown for a natural looking blonde tone on gray hair.
DARK BLONDE. Application will result in a dark blonde shade on gray hair. Use dark blonde if you want to counter slight red tones. Dark Blonde may be used alone on gray hair.