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Do you have questions about how to use HueSee products?

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  3. Complete the form on the Contact page and select “Technical information about a product” as the subject.


The same HueSee shade can be used as a permanent or demi-permanent color. Depending on the type of coloring you want to do, simply adjust the color/developer ratio, the developer volume and the processing time.

Permanent color

Demi-permanent color

With HueSee, covering 100% of gray hairs is easy. Use any permanent shade and a 20 volume developer. Note that the higher the percentage of gray hair, the more reflects of the selected shade will be apparent in the final color.

We use advanced micropigments. Their tiny size allows a greater quantity to easily enter the hair cuticule. The result is an extremely rich and precise color. Our advanced micropigments are able to migrate more deeply into the cortex, where they are trapped for better color retention.

We also use pigments that are 99.9%+ pure for vibrant, luminous color that lasts longer.

A HueSee shade is composed of a depth level followed by one or more reflects.

The levels indicate the shade’s intensity and are represented by numbers from 1 to 10. At HueSee, we use the international level system, where 1 represents the darkest level (black) and 10 represents the lightest level (very light blonde).

  • Level 10: Very light blonde
  • Level 9: Light blonde
  • Level 8: Blonde
  • Level 7: Medium blonde
  • Level 6: Dark blonde
  • Level 5: Light brown
  • Level 4: Medium Brown
  • Level 3: Dark brown
  • Level 2: Very dark brown
  • Level 1: Black

The reflects refer to the colors that are present in the shade. At HueSee, we always use both systems (numbers and letters) to identify our reflects.

  • Tone .0 / N: Natural
  • Tone .1 / A: Ash
  • Tone .2 / V: Violet
  • Tone .3 / G: Gold
  • Tone .4 / C: Copper
  • Tone .5 / B: Browny
  • Tone .6 / R: Red
  • Tone .7 / M: Matte

For example:

5.64 / 5Rc = Light brown red copper
Level 5 = Light brown
Primary reflect .6 / R = Red
Secondary reflect .4 / c = Copper


3.5 volume demi-permanent developer

  • 1.05% hydrogen peroxide
  • No lightening; color deposit only

10 volume permanent developer

  • 3% hydrogen peroxide
  • 0,5 to 1 level of lightening

15 volume permanent developer

  • 4.5% hydrogen peroxide
  • 1 to 1.5 levels of lightening

20 volume permanent developer

  • 6% hydrogen peroxide
  • 1.5 to 2 levels of lightening

30 volume permanent developer

  • 9% hydrogen peroxide
  • 2.5 to 3 levels of lightening

40 volume permanent developer

  • 12% hydrogen peroxide
  • 3.5 to 4 levels of lightening