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From: Denise Kingsley (straighttalkers.lamasbeauty.com)
Subject: Re: Wella Color Charms, demi-perm question
Date: September 1, 2006 at 7:50 am PST
In Reply to: Wella Color Charms, demi-perm question posted by abunnybabe on August 31, 2006 at 12:31 pm:
Did you use the Color charm in the white box, or in the Blue?
Wella Color charm does have a Demi line now. It is important to find out which you used, or had done.
If it was the demi, and you have a visible outgrowth, you should still only put the demi color on the new growth. Since the new growth is "virgin" it will not grab and hold the color as long as the ends will that have been TR'd and colored.
It is important to determine which color was used, to determine how to proceed with the touch up.
Demi and Semi colors can become "permanent" on the hair, because of the porosity of the hair. In that case, I would proceed by using the demi on the root area for the recommended amount of time. Then, you can mix up a fresh batch of the same color, and apply to the ends for a very short amount of time. I would probably add some clear to the formula to dilute.
Actually, I would suggest that you have this done professionally. If possible. I see way too many bad, kitchen jobs. And... it is hard to give clients the beautiful TR's they desire, when they are using chemicals on their hair that I have no control over.
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