Username: Stay Logged In
 
Password:  

Add Beeunique on Social Media...

Beeunique Facebook Beeunique Pinterest Beeunique Twitter

NOTE: Beeunique ship worldwide - including USA & Canada

Author Topic: Help me decipher this hair formula abbreviation  (Read 685 times)  Share 

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

  • Newbie
  • *
  • Posts: 2
  • Current Colour: Light brown
Help me decipher this hair formula abbreviation
« on: 10 Feb 18 / 07:47 PM »
Hi everyone! I found this old piece of paper with a hair dye formulation that I got at Aveda once. I'm not a professional, but at this point, I've been trying to experiment at home with dyes from Sally's because I don't have much money to spend for salon color. But I'm just curious, if I ever decide to go back to Aveda, what does the "Lt. Y/O" part of the formula mean?

Retouch formula:
40g 20 vol
40g 7N
2g Lt. Y/O
30 min. - start in front
 

  • *
  • Posts: 4395
  • Thanked: 473 times
    • Janine Basil Pop Accessories
  • Location: Manchester
Re: Help me decipher this hair formula abbreviation
« Reply #1 on: 10 Feb 18 / 08:59 PM »
No idea I'm afraid. Not many of us are professionals either, so I'm not sure you'll get help unfortunately.
New Here?  Please read the Forum Rules before posting. *rules*
Please click the *heart* button on the top line if a post is helpful to you.
 

  • *
  • Posts: 1484
  • Thanked: 285 times
    • Beeunique
  • Current Colour: SFX Nuclear Red (part unbleached hair)
  • Location: Dundee
Re: Help me decipher this hair formula abbreviation
« Reply #2 on: 11 Feb 18 / 05:03 AM »
I've had a quick scoot online and looks like it could mean Light Yellow Orange ?

They have a lot of products marked as Lt Y/O relating to light yellow orange and some marked as Dk Y/O which seem to relate to dark yellow orange.
- Any information or advice given is my opinion only and not professional advice.
- Click here to like Beeunique on Facebook.
- New Here?  Please read the Forum Rules before posting.


Please click the *heart* button on the top line if a post is helpful to you.
 

  • Newbie
  • *
  • Posts: 2
  • Current Colour: Light brown
Re: Help me decipher this hair formula abbreviation
« Reply #3 on: 13 Feb 18 / 05:52 PM »
Okay, that makes sense! Thanks so much for your help!
 

 

There was an error while thanking
Thanking...
The Hair Dye Forum Privacy & Cookies Policy can be seen here
Created & Maintained by Beeunique © 2009-2019

Alternative Hair Dyes and Accessories