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Conditioners With Benefits
Our award-winning Coloring Conditioners were developed to enhance your natural hair color while also delivering hair-healthy, next-level nourishment to your strands.
Want salon results every day? Us, too. oVertone conditioners put you in control of your hair color. In under 15 minutes, refresh your shade from the comfort of your shower.
Your color, customized to you. Whether you’re platinum blonde and want a darker shade, or you’ve got brown strands and are looking for a richer tone, Basics are here for it.
How to Use
To get the maximum benefits from your Coloring Conditioner:
- Apply to wet or dry hair — we recommend dry hair for maximum color deposit!
- Leave on for 10-15 minutes
- Rinse thoroughly with warm or hot water
- Style as usual
- Reapply whenever hair feels dry or needs a surge of extra color
Will this work on my hair?
This shade covers most hair colors.
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I’ve been using oVertone since 2016, and they've never disappointed me. If you haven't tried their products, what are you waiting for?
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So happy that I have found a product that keeps my color intact and fresh without penetrating and damaging my hair.
There’s even more info, inspo, & IRL content on the blog:
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Wondering how the cast of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood got their hair color? They used oVertone! Check out what products helped these stars get their look. Quentin Tarantino’s most recent film, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, was a box office success for many reasons READ: ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ Cast Used oVertone To Achieve Their 60s Hair ColorsLink opens in a new tab
Hair Diaries: Transitioning Shades with Demi LuceroLink opens in a new tab
While some people might think of oVertone as a haircare company that specializes in helping people create the fantasy color of their dreams, we're also pretty good at transitioning hair the other way — from vivid colors to something more similar to the color you were born with. READ: Hair Diaries: Transitioning Shades with Demi LuceroLink opens in a new tab