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Via Natural
« on: 14 Jul 17 / 07:48 AM »
I was putting together an order of Adore but noticed a product I've not used before called Via Natural.  Has anyone tried this?    I am looking for direct dyes I can dilute to use more as a toner, I know Adore is perfect for this but I'm always willing to try new products.
 

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Re: Via Natural
« Reply #1 on: 14 Jul 17 / 08:04 PM »
There are some different types of Via Natural. What exactly are you going to use? Tried the olive oil Ultra Care and its good enough.
 
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Re: Via Natural
« Reply #2 on: 14 Jul 17 / 09:54 PM »
I've not tried it yet but there are a few shades I'm tempted by.
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Re: Via Natural
« Reply #3 on: 14 Jul 17 / 10:02 PM »
There are some different types of Via Natural. What exactly are you going to use? Tried the olive oil Ultra Care and its good enough.


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Re: Via Natural
« Reply #4 on: 02 Aug 17 / 05:55 AM »
I've used the bold gold on its own and the blue mixed into a green mix. Bold gold is a beautiful bright golden yellow that eventually fades into primary yellow. I can't comment on the blue but the yellow had great staying power. The beauty supplies in my city carry them and I had a look at the reds in the bottle and wasn't impressed though so I wouldn't recommend getting their reds if you want a rich pigmented red.
 
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