## What do numbers on hair color mean?

The level system is made up of 10 numbers which help determine the depth level of your natural hair. 1 is black, 5 is light brown, 6 is dark blonde, 7 is blonde and 10 is the lightest blonde. Your L’Oréal Professionnel colourist will analyse your hair and assess your natural base colour in-salon.

## What do Toner numbers mean?

The first number which appears on the tube is the level of color (depth/lightness). This number refers to how light or how dark the colour is, and the tone describes the hue or essence of the colour. The higher the first number is, the brighter tone is (ie. 1=black, 10=very light blonde).

**What does 4.15 mean on hair dye?**

The number of tones in a product is indicated by how many numbers follow the decimal point. For example, a 4.15 has two tones in it – and a 5.016 has three tones in it.

### What hair color is 5N?

Light Brown

5N Light Brown Permanent Creme Hair Color.

### What do the numbers on the hair level system mean?

The level system is made up of 10 numbers which help determine the depth level of your natural hair. 1 is black, 5 is light brown, 6 is dark blonde, 7 is blonde and 10 is the lightest blonde.

**What are the haircut numbers and their sizes?**

Here are the haircut numbers and their respective clipper guard sizes (in inches of hair length): Number 1 – one-eighth of an inch Number 2 – one-quarter of an inch Number 3 – three-eighths of an inch Number 4 – one-half of an inch Number 5 – five-eighths of an inch Number 6 – three-quarters of an inch Number 7 – seven-eighths of an inch

#### How many hair color numbers should you know?

The first part of the hair color number you should know about is the actual number. The number is typically going to be somewhere between 1 and 10 (sometimes up to 12, but I will explain that in a minute).

#### What are the L’Oréal Professionnel hair colour numbers?

For example, 3, 5.8, 6.13 and 10.21 are all L’Oréal Professionnel hair colour numbers. WHAT IS A NATURAL BASE COLOUR? The level system is made up of 10 numbers which help determine the depth level of your natural hair. 1 is black, 5 is light brown, 6 is dark blonde, 7 is blonde and 10 is the lightest blonde.