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From: Tommy Maness (Salon OGGI)
Subject: Re: How bad is permanent color for the hair!!
Date: September 9, 2009 at 8:16 am PST
In Reply to: Re: How bad is permanent color for the hair!! posted by Marielle on September 8, 2009 at 8:14 pm:
On my clients, I use Loreal Majirel as my primary permanent line and Redken Shades and Wella Color touch as my Demi permanent lines. In most cases, no one complains of any stinging on the scalp unless they are super sensitive to color. A packet of sweet n low in the mixture will help this problem though. I am assuming you are asking about my clients hair since mine is short and spikey, LOL. Their hair is very shiny and healthy. Remember, though, to use permanent only on the new growth and a demi if you need to refresh the previously colored hair. Make sure you find a knowledgeable colorist. Also, it is normal to lose up to 50 hairs a day, so no worries unless it more than this.
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