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From: Leslie Correa (leslie.lamasbeauty.com)
Subject: Re: Haircolor dilema for the experts
Date: May 20, 2009 at 2:30 pm PST
In Reply to: Haircolor dilema for the experts posted by catbyte on May 20, 2009 at 7:35 am:
I'm just going to start by giving you some things that come off the top of my mind.
I would check the box first and make sure that it said 6A. Then I would check the tube to make sure it was the same shade. I've had an episode where I read one thing on the box and the color inside the box was different. The client had pink hair as a result.
The next thing I would check is the developer. If the developer is a high volume it would lift more and bring out more of the underlying pigment. (red-orange) It would also eat up more of the ash in the 6A. If you're sure that the developer is the correct one, then I have a little trick to help you get better ash coverage. Use less developer in your formula. This would make the color more concentrated because you're not diluting the color with developer. There is a concentrate by Matrix that you can use but you have to look at the matrix Socolor chart.
As they say you're only as good as the worst mistake that you can fix. I've fixed some doozies.
My next question is why should taking hormones change your hair so drastically? This is something you should ask your Dr.
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