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From: Denise Kingsley (straighttalkers.lamasbeauty.com)
Subject: Re: highlights and tr? for professionals
Date: September 22, 2006 at 7:27 am PST

In Reply to: highlights and tr? for professionals posted by jennifer on September 22, 2006 at 6:13 am:

It is not that simple.
Once the hair has been successfully TR'd, you can THEN add highlights. One can even use bleach (properly).
The problems occur when the hair is highlighted, THEN you get a TR.
Bleach is not the only culprit here. It can also be high lift blondes, or certain higher volume developers.
A colorist must understand exactly what we as TR experts, need of them, before they color.

All over color is usually not a problem, when applied correctly. If you have all over color, and NOW want highlights, they HAVE to use something strong to make that already colored hair lighter, and most lightly that will be bleach.
You need a plan for the "new" hair, the hair that has not been TR'd. The hair that you want to color but will be the new growth or touch up hair, at your next TR. That hair must be treated differently, if you want a good successful TR.

The answer here is to make sure the colorist speaks with the TR person, and understands what they can and cannot do.

In the mean time, what color is your hair?
How much gray?
What color highlights do you want?

This is a start and I can give you a ball park idea on what you can and cannot do.

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