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From: Vincent J (
Subject: Re: Help with explaining to hairdressers
Date: January 8, 2012 at 6:00 am PST

In Reply to: Help with explaining to hairdressers posted by Tee on January 5, 2012 at 10:12 am:

Good Morning Tee
The way I would address this would be to first sit down with you and look over different
magazines to get a concept of what you mean by chestnut. A color swatch is too small and
the word chestnut to subjective. After we decide on the color you are looking for
1) use a product to remove the present color. Rusk elminate or Pravana color remover are
very gentle and will only remove the artifical pigment.
2) After enough color is removed we woud condition and dry your hair
3) apply the proper base color . Many companies have formulas that are specific to resistant
grey. My favorite is INOA Supreme.
4)As the base is processng I would mix up an Inoa shade 2 steps lighter and pull tiny pieces
throughout the head, leaving alot of the raw color from the removal. The reason for this is the
hair wlll take MUCH darker on the ends. The color will need to be gently built up at this stage.
5)After the color is processed and washed I would mix up a Redken Shades EQ (again lghter
than desired ) and watch very carefully at the sink until the proper color is achieved.This step
may need to be repeated to achieve a perfect tone without going too dark.

It is important to find someone in your area who is a color artist with a good eye as much of
the process will depend on understanding what you would like to see and making it come to

Touchups will be much easier,
1) Apply the base color
2) Paint selected strands of dark and light to achieve a nuanced look throughout. Concentrate
a little darker underneath and lighter towards the ends. This will achieve the most natural
consistent look.

Good Luck
Let us know how it turns out

Viincent J
Ft Lauderdale

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