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From: Jan Norris (Denver, CO)
Subject: Re: Question for the pro's & others - Organic Color
Date: February 5, 2009 at 4:21 pm PST
In Reply to: Question for the pro's & others - Organic Color posted by Lisa on February 5, 2009 at 2:06 pm:
In my opinion, "Organic Hair Color" is a hoax. Not to say it isn't marketed that way...it is. Organic hair color uses MEA's, which is an ammonia substitute. Ammonia is unstable and immediatly rinses out of the hair. MEA's are much more stable and not only do they not leave the hair upon rinsing, they are re-activated every time water comes in contact with the hair. Permanent hair color requires a chemical reaction to occur. Organic ingredients may be added to a color, but the presence of chemicals exist. My preference as a colorist is to use products that contain pure ammonia.
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