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Author Topic: Frequently Asked Questions about Permanent Hair Colouring  (Read 2165 times)  Share 

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While looking for information to respond to a thread on here, I came across this article that addresses a LOT of the questions people usually have about hair colouring.  It's aimed at salon colourists, and it actually advocates a healthy approach to permanently colouring and changing hair colour.

Among the topics in the article are how to deal with brassiness, how to go from a dark shade to a lighter one, how to correct hair that has too much red in it, how to deal with fried hair and how to deal with stubborn greys.

I know we get asked these sort of questions regularly and I thought it might be useful!  I also found it pretty fascinating to read, especially regarding grey coverage.
 

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Re: Frequently Asked Questions about Permanent Hair Colouring
« Reply #1 on: 05 May 13 / 02:36 PM »
That's a great find, Intemp!  :D  Thanks for posting it!
 

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Re: Frequently Asked Questions about Permanent Hair Colouring
« Reply #2 on: 05 May 13 / 02:43 PM »
You're welcome!

I really liked the tip of how to check for build up by comparing the ends of your hair to the midlengths--if the ends are darker, you definitely have staining/porosity issues, but if they're the same or lighter, you're fine :)
 

 

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