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From: Denise Kingsley (straighttalkers.lamasbeauty.com)
Subject: Re: Is single process color the same as the drug store color?
Date: October 28, 2008 at 6:15 pm PST
In Reply to: Is single process color the same as the drug store color? posted by Jenny on October 27, 2008 at 8:35 pm:
It is "basically the same" HOWEVER, it gets really tricky when you apply the color and it gets even more so when you begin to add dimension.
I suppose you were speaking of one color, all over color. The difference is not just in the cost of the product. In the cost of a salon color, there are others things that must be taken into account. Such as a professional shampoo and conditioning, scalp massage, clean up of all the mess, a professional blow dry and style, and of course, the education that a professional always offers the client. We are always offering suggestions to the client as to how to style their hair and which products to use.
You can buy a gallon of paint for $22 or you can hire a professional painter. This analogy can be true for many things.
Many color clients prefer to leave the mess in the salon and enjoy their salon time.
All in all one can do the color themselves at home and sometimes get a decent color job, or they can seek out a good colorist and have a consistant color and enjoy all that a salon experience can offer... with no mess to clean.
It's a personal choice.
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