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From: Hair too dark (
Subject: d
Date: June 7, 2010 at 11:07 am PST

I just had my roots touched up at a different salon than my usual one because I wanted to try iNOA. It covered well and feels good, but the roots are too dark (about a shade or two darker than the rest of my hair). I am wondering if there is anything I can do to fix this. I do not want to put bleach or anything harsh on my hair. Is there any way to lighten it just a bit. My hair was very dark anyway but the problem w/ this new color is that it has no dimension. My old color had some gold and red weaved in, even though it was very dark. This one just looks almost like it's black.

I have seen a magazine ad for Garnier Nutrisse (a box color) that claims to make "even the darkest browns" have red rich undertones. I don't want to go red, and I don't want to use a box color, but I do want something that's richer than this flat black, and I thought maybe putting a little red or gold (using INOA or a salon semi-perm color) on top of the part that's too dark would help. I absolutely do not want to damage my hair, though. Would rather live with the black than compromise the health of my hair. Please advise!

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