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Milkshake Decologic Black Light: The Lightening Experience Your Clients Are Looking For

milk_shake® decologic black light lightens hair for all the best results you and your clients desire.


milk_shake® decologic’s new highly efficient lightening solution creates much-desired cool blond shades in hair. With its new technology, decologic black light lightens up to 7 levels, eliminating warm tones from the hair.

What is milkshake Decologic Black Light?

It is a lightening cream with excellent lightening power, that neutralises warm tones during the lightening phase and keeps the hair structure in excellent condition. It is suitable for all lightening techniques.


It’s perfect if you want to apply a fashion colour, providing an ideal base for the perfect result.

Decologic Black Light is the dream of stylists, with its powerful cosmetic results that yield perfect, desirable cool blondes and tone on tone shades. This unique lightener is worth its place in your toolbox!


Recently, Dalene Walters of Bobs & Beehives Hair Culture played with milk_shake decologic and and created an extravaganza of colour at her workshop last month!

See her recent article HERE


So much creativity and artistry are possible with this product! Make magic for your clients!


Milkshake’s Decologic lets your passion and genius shine with colour tone combinations, while the fruit sugar complexes repair and protect the hair during lightening. The combination of lightening strength, dark pigments and precious oligosaccharides create perfect blond shades, leaving hair healthy and nourished.


Maximise natural healthful brilliant looks for your clients, with techniques that shape and frame their faces and enhance their best feaures – enhancing a youthful, glowing look for them.

Create perfect shades, leaving hair healthy and nourished, with luxurious richly shifting tones and shine.



Contact milk_shake on:

Email: marku@z-one.co.za or georg@z-one.co.za

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