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From: Denise Kingsley (straighttalkers.lamasbeauty.com)
Subject: Re: coloring and pregnancy
Date: September 26, 2007 at 3:44 am PST
In Reply to: coloring and pregnancy posted by grey hair on September 25, 2007 at 6:43 pm:
It seems that so many companies have deceptive packaging information. They say a coloring is shampoo in. Yet what they do not say is that it IS permanent! What they imply is that if it is shampoo in, it is shampoo out. Implied. Not until after it is used does the person realize WHAT they used.
As long as the coloring does not touch the scalp, as in a highlight, you should be fine. Please find a colorist who understands the chemistry of coloring, so that they have the knowledge of the chemicals they are using.
Personally I don't think coloring the hair during pregnancy is a problem, but I am not a doctor. Although I did stay at a Holiday Inn Express!!!
Many doctors don't think it is an issue either. YOU MUST FOLLOW THE ADVICE OF YOUR DOCTOR!
The recent hype about ammonia free color is just an example. Some color companies say their color is "ammonia free" so it is safer. It is not!
It just does not smell as bad. They use another chemical in place of the ammonia.
I will have Jan Norris post the details on that topic.
Let the buyer and the client and the colorist beware.
We must ALWAYS check things out for ourselves.
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