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Make cool pink more warm toned - do you mix in red, orange or yellow?

 
Kennii
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I know pink is already considered a warmer colour, but to make a purpley pink less cool and less purple and closer to the warmer, redder side, is it generally best to mix in red, orange or yellow?

I know this really depends on which exact dyed are being used, but I was wondering if there is a general rule.

To be more specific, I just dyed my hair with MP fuschia shock (reminds me of directions dark tulip) for the first time. It's a really pretty colour but I'd prefer something less purple toned next time. I absolutely love directions rubine and I was wondering what I should mix in the MP range to get a colour more like directions rubine.

I know I could just use rubine but I enjoy getting into colour theory and trying new things!

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Topic starter Posted : November 27, 2022 7:39 pm
Chhoww
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Hey, it really depends on the exact dyed, and it is hard to give advice without any info about it. If you have such an opportunity, then try a mix of colors on a strand of your hair to evaluate the result.
In general, it is very useful to do this always before any staining. I once bought a red hair dye (at that time I had red hair in length and natural roots), and I thought that red would look great. But as a result, I got brown hair, even without a red tint!

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Posted : December 23, 2022 5:33 am
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