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From: Jan Norris (184.108.40.206)
Subject: Re: Jan - question about pigment remover
Date: May 12, 2007 at 4:23 pm PST
In Reply to: Jan - question about pigment remover posted by Michelle on May 11, 2007 at 4:09 am:
It will depend on how many applications of color are deposited on the hair. You may or may not be able to remove ALL the pigment and therefore, you may not see the gray, you will see noticeably lighter color and that might make your transistion more bearable. It might be worthwhile for you to consider having your hair heavily foiled with with a deposit only color, like Shades EQ. If the color doesn't actually come in contact with your scalp, you may not have to worry about any allergice reaction. What would you say is your percentage of gray hair? How would you describe your natural hair color? I'll be happy to try and help you arrive at an acceptable alternative.
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