Has it happened to you when you goto a hairdresser after work, to getyour hair painted in the desired color and to remain very pleased, but in the next morning you realize the the color is quite different? Suddenly, the slight purple hue that you liked the night before does not look much brighter, the shimmering blondes are actually yellow, and the red is not like a merlot but goes to orange. The lesson is not that the morning is wiser than the evening, or your imagination works only in the dark. The problem has a very simple and rational explanation and is due to the wrong artificial lighting.
Color rendering factor is very important. The V-TAC products comply with all European directives and the color rendering ratio is exceptionally high CRI> 80 for all bulbs, and for some specialized items CRI> 95, unlike many other manufacturers and importers. That's why white is really white with V-TAC.
So far, mostly luxury hairdressing salons and stores invest in LED lights and this is one of the reasons why their customers pay more for a better result. If you get your hair painted on the light of V-TAC bulbs in a neutral white color (4000K-4500K), your hair will look the same way in daylight. Considering that LEDs save energy, do not heat, and are sometimes more durable than old incandescent bulbs, every hairdresser should use them in their business to achieve optimal results.
It's not by chance that experts recommend V-TAC lamps for the rooms we usually rest in - the bedroom and the living room. The warm white color (2700K-3000K) does not irritate the eyes and at the same time creates a cozy and fresh atmosphere.