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From: Liz (126.96.36.199)
Subject: Difference between Cellophanes and Color Touch
Date: January 15, 2010 at 8:37 am PST
I have 70% grey hair that is colored once every 5-6 weeks dark brown (Wella). Sometimes, my stylist also uses Color Touch, which he says is a no ammonia or peroxide gloss. I have read on this board, however, that Color Touch does, in fact, contain a very mild developer. I don't think Color Touch is doing any major damage to my hair. It does seem shinier and smoother after a gloss treatment, but I worry that it may be causing some cumulative damage because after a few weeks, it seems a bit dry (despite lots of conditioning treatments). I would like to use the most gentle gloss possible. My salon also carries Sebastian and I think they have Cellophanes gloss. Would this be a better choice for my hair? Thanks!
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