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Going black from silver
« on: 18 Aug 17 / 02:49 PM »
Boyfriend is currently Pravana silver (with CC peacock blue streaks) and has decided his next colour will be black. One extreme to the other *sigh* Now I know nothing about going dark from light - anything I need to be aware of before he "makes" me do this to him? Should I put a red on first? He thinks he wants to use a permanent colour, after all that time I spent getting him light enough for silver from his natural dark brown...

Gotta love 'em... -r-
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Re: Going black from silver
« Reply #1 on: 18 Aug 17 / 03:36 PM »
lol he's seriously bitten by the bug

It depends what kind of black he wants. You might be able to forgo the red if he wants a serious blue black.
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Re: Going black from silver
« Reply #2 on: 21 Aug 17 / 11:32 AM »
I think he'd suit blue black better than flat black. I shall persuade.
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