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From: Julie G. (
Subject: Severe reaction to Permanent Hair Color!!!!
Date: August 15, 2006 at 7:23 am PST

I have been going to a Salon for a few years and have been getting my base colored and sometimes my ends highlighted. For a while my stylist in NY always used Demi but my NC stylist switched me over to perm. color last year with no problems. All of a sudden in May 2006 I went to get my hair done and my head was itching all over and I didn't say anything to the stylist - At the time I had a rash due to contact with poison oak (on my mid-section) and just thought it was related... My scalp actually went numb and then itched for weeks! When I finally talked to my stylist about it at my next appointment we tried again but within a few minutes of applying the color the itching started again so she immediately washed it off. Thankfully, it stayed on just long enough to cover decently. Yesterday at my appointment my stylist mixed up a batch of Demi and Perm. color and did a patch test and didn't tell me which she was applying or where. Immediately I reacted at a certain location and that was where she had put the permanent color! We washed it and finished out with the Demi with no problems. My problem is that the Demi makes my base darker than usual. Just wondering if it could be the Developer? She had mentioned in May that she had occasionally used a different Developer. I have no clue because I am not a stylist. Just thought you all could provide me with hope - is there a possibility that I could ever use the Perm. color again? Has this happened to anyone?? Sorry to write a book (LOL).

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