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From: Jan Norris (Denver, CO)
Subject: Re: Hair color
Date: April 8, 2008 at 8:22 pm PST
In Reply to: Hair color posted by Laura on April 8, 2008 at 4:36 pm:
There is a great deal of confusion about semi-permanent, demi-permanent and permanent color. To clarify: Semi-permanent is a direct color that has no developer. It could be classified as a stain. Demi-permanent does use a low volume developer and slightly penentrates the cuticle layer, but does not lift. Permanent color lifts and deposits color. I normally use permanent color on the new growth and demi on the ends. Don't be too concerned if this was a one time
thing...as there is nothing you can do about it now! If your stylist is not experienced with TR'd hair and hair color, it might be a good idea to find one that is to ensure your hair stays as healthy as possible.
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