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    Wella grey help

    Realise sorry!
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    Wella grey help

    I release grey colour varies, the picture you posted is the grey she wants to achieve as she is turning this colour naturally in places and wants to even the colour out.
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    Wella grey help

    I’m guessing the lighter you lift the base up the lighter grey you get? I have a lady with base 5-6 so if I left it up so say 7-8 this would still work would it?
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    Silver grey

    Does anyone have any recommendations for a silver grey toner in wella please? Also a caramel. Completely opposite I know but just wanted to know what people have used through experience to get these colours. TIA
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    Ash toner

    Looking for a very ash/white toner in wella. Colour touch have an 8/81 which looks perfect but possibly too dark? If I use 10/1 and 0/88 in Koleston with the pastel toner will this give the same tone? Thanks :)
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    Wella toner

    I have never used a colour reducer before. Could you tell me how you would do this? Thanks
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    Wella toner

    Looking for a wella toner for a client with colour build up. She’s a base 6 but has coloured multiple times with permanent and it throws off a lot of warmth. She wants a lighter Balayage but understands it’s going to take time to cut through the colour, without damaging her hair! Does anyone...
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    Wella Koleston

    Thank you :-)
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    Wella Koleston

    Hiya I am a mobile Hairdresser and would like a little advice on wella Koleston. I have a client with a base level 5 and she has recently had 5/77 on her hair. She has now decided she wants a light ash brown. I’ve explained I cannot lighten her hair massively using tint alone but wondered if I...
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    Wella Koleston

    I have a client with a natural base 3 wanting to go slightly lighter and add some tone. She likes wella koleston 5/75 but because she has white hair through the t section I am worried it won't cover. I have advised that I add a bit of 5/0 to 5/75 with 6% to ensure the white covers but have said...
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