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From: Denise Kingsley (straighttalkers.lamasbeauty.com)
Subject: Re: Permanent color and TR
Date: November 12, 2006 at 6:16 pm PST
In Reply to: Permanent color and TR posted by Michelle on November 12, 2006 at 3:22 pm:
I will sometimes put the demi color on the same time as the permanent color. I apply the permanent color to the new growth first, then I mix the demi color and apply it with a bottle to the ends of the hair, or the rest of the hair. If I do it at the same time, I DO NOT put the client under the dryer. I will sometimes add heat with a heat processor, using only the lights.
If I feel the hair needs a more intense correction on the ends, I will apply the demi color after the permanent color has processed and been shampooed out. At that time, I will process under the dryer with heat and a cap. I always protect the skin with aloe and cotton.
If a stylist is not familiar with demi color, I would suggest strand testing the color. She should pick a color lighter than the permanent color, because, as we all know, it is easier to go darker than to try to pull the dark out. Depending on the porosity of the hair, I will sometimes add clear to my demi color formula.
In otherwords, start lighter, and no heat.
Once the correct color has been selected, then you can go under the dryer for processing.
I never process permanent color under the dryer because I do not like pushing those chemicals into the scalp and possibly into the blood stream.
I will charge a bit extra to do it at the same time, like $25 extra. If I do it after the processing of the permanent color, I will charge around $35and up, depending on the length of the hair. Once the proper color is selected, it is not something that has to be done everytime. Just once in a while.
I use shades EQ and it also makes the hair feel great and adds shine.
I just don't believe that some old oxidized color sitting in a bowl for 25 minutes, will do anything to make the hair look better, and it never lasts.
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