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Lanza haircolor promises coloring that heals, seals and protects. We’re here to bring you a neutral review of Lanza hair color products. Are they worth a shot, should you try them? We’ve picked three different kinds of hair care products that we swear by.
If you’re not familiar with it, Lanza is a professional haircare brand that focus on color and care specifically designed for colored hair. All their products focus on nourishing hair for a long lasting color. Importantly, Lanza does not test on animals and is designed by and for professional hair stylists.
Curious to see what we’ve picked? Here we go:
1. L’ANZA Healing Colorcare Color-Preserving Trauma Treatment
This is a ultra-healing treatment for damaged hair, offering deep conditioning. It has essential amino acids and Ceramide-2 for proper color protection. Additionally, it prevents color fading from all 3 UV rays: UVA / UVB / UVC. As a result, hair color stays true and radiant longer – even the brightest reds.
Trauma Treatment makes your hair soft and light, being also extremely good in reducing split/dead ends. Since you can use it as leave-in or rinse-out treatment, it ends up being a very versatile treatment. If your hair is wavy, curly, and dry, you can benefit the most from Trauma Treament. If you’re looking for your hair to grow faster, this will be a great ally as well. Besides, your hair will smell wonderfully!
2. L’ANZA Keratin Healing Oil Hair Treatment
Our second pick is an oil hair treatment that ultra-heals because of its Keratin Protein and Phyto IV Complex, combined to leave hair incredibly soft and smooth with a healthy, radiant shine. This treatment will replenish optimal moisture while restoring elasticity and shine at the same time. It wont leave your hair oily, although a tiny amount will be enough to make your hair smooth and shiny. Looking for a product that will end frizz? This one is for you too. It is best suited for thicker hair, although it is designed for all hair types. It is definitely worth a short!
3. L’ANZA Healing Strength Neem Plant Silk Serum
With CP Anti-Aging Complex and Keratin Healing System, this serum strengthens hair that has become weak and brittle from chemical processing, heat and age accelerators. It adds instant shine & softness while strengthening hair. Fiber integrity is restored, resulting in healthier hair. Its non-greasy formula makes sure it won’t weigh hair down. This serum will hydrate all hair types. Basically, it leaves your hair silky, smoothing, and smelling great! Who wouldn’t want that?
Colored hair tends to become dry, frizzy and coarse. Lanza hair color line will make your hair healthier and stronger to fight against the damage that heavy products and coloring do to your hair.
Since it is a professional hair care line, all lanza hair products are naturally pricier than the ones you can find in any drugstore. However, that also means they are much better. With all of these three picks, you just need to use a little bit of product, so they last a long time too. They are definitely worth a try!
Is salon select the only place I can buy the Lanza healing hair color of 7cg??
I am wondering what are all of the ingredients in your hair dye as I am allergic to alot of them out there. I still get very itchy with Lanza and I know there is no PPD or ammonia in it. I have looked up your product but am not successful in finding your full list if ingredients in your hair dye. Please let me know. Thank you very much. :)
As a rule of thumb, you have to avoid hair treatments and products that contain chemicals like parabens, DEA or sulfates.
I am having a hard time finding the ingredient break down of Lanza color line. For some reason my client thinks the at home Madison reed color is safer. Which its not a pro line I know it’s not but would still like to see the Lanza breakdown.
I really want to have my hair colored with Lanza hair color, whether at home or salon. I like a burgundy or even purple hue and detest the orange tones my hair keeps reverting to.
On another note, I have written and recorded two wonderful “jingles” for Lanza and wonder where to pitch the worth of these two jingles. One is alluring and the other is upbeat.
Thank you so much. I live in the Bay Area (Sonoma County).
Do your products have PPD in them
I just recently started to use lanza hair color. I have come across too much warmth. Any solutions to tame the warmth? For example: my client is 100% gray and I used 6nn and 6ash with an ash additive and it pulls gold still. Help open to suggestions. TIA
Use less volume – use a 10v. If you use a high Level developer like 20v it will lift too high.
Hey ise 6nv instead of the 6nn, you will still get your grey coverage just less warmth. Still add your ash in it to but the nn is way warm compared to 6nv
Does Lanza hair color contain chemical PPD? Thank youMadeline Thompson
I don’t see that this was answered and am wondering the same thing. Please let me know if your hair color contains the chemical PPD.
Is it possible that Lanza hair color can cause hair loss? I have very fine hair and since using Lanza I have noticed drastic hair loss. I have no health problems that is causing the hair loss and my hair started to get thinner and thinner since my hair dresser started using Lanza hair color on me.
If your hair is thin, any hair color could potentially cause hair loss if you color it regularly. Coloring is quite an aggressive (though safe) process for the hair. Perhaps you could try other brands, and see if the results change? in the mean time, take care of your hair by using products that target thin hair. :)
I have never experienced hair loss problems from Lanza colors. You might consider looking into a coincidental interruption, around the same time, that could be the culprit. Eating habits, medication, stress, thyroid ect…all or a combination of these things can cause hair loss.
Also surgery( anasticia) or a major trauma that can bring on sudden stress!
Hope this helps.
The same thing happened to me. Since my salon switched to L’anza color, my hair has become dramatically thinner, and now I’ve got bald spots. The hair that is still there is very fine, like baby hair. But I have no health problems.
I love the Lanza Line of hair. I went a new salon about year ago. My stylist is wonderful. Beginning of spring o wanted be blonder by the end of summer I was very blonde. Then I decided to go dark this product never dried out my hair. Well last Friday I wanted to be blonde again. She used her magic Lanza Products. Boom I’m a blonde again that’s actually my natural color. Love this line… Can’t Wait til after Christmas go back get it lighter…
I use the stimulating line & scalp treatment for my hair loss. Will the scalp treatment leave the hair oily? Plus in time will your scalp get dried out.
Hi Diann! If your hair is not naturally oily already, it will not really leave you with oily hair. Coloring treatments, however, do tend to dry the hair out, so make sure to use oils (e.g coconut oil is great!) to avoid that. :)
my hair was damaged by my stylist using this color. It’s too harsh and dried my hair out. I would NEVER recommend to any one
So sorry to hear that was your experience:( As with any hair coloring treatment, many factors can go wrong… we hope you’ve find a better sollution for your kind of hair. It is terrible you had the experience with your hair stylist.
I do not feel you can blame a product because one person did it wrong, I would try a different salon first.