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From: Sunshine (184.108.40.206)
Subject: Brassy Hilites on TR
Date: April 2, 2009 at 6:50 pm PST
My hair has been Trd for years, however not the last 1.5 years, as I've been growing it out. Just had 4" cut off and is now just below my shoulders. Have used Shades in the past, but always faded to a red cast on my medium brunette hair. I had professional hilites on Tuesday that were supposed to be a lite brown/dark blonde, however they are orangey/red with a gold shimmer (in the sunlite). Going back tomorrow for a fix. The stylist used Pravana color (no vivids) and I believe a lift & 20%. Lastly the color, as expected, took on the virgin hair and not so much on the bottom couple of inches where the TR remains. My hair is in excellent condition and I want it to remain that way. What should I expect at the salon tomorrow or any suggestions? As always, thank you for your professional advice and tips!
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