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  • Hi ,how are you? Another one for you.My client was full head blonde hlts then she put a pink /peach box colour on her hair. She wants to go light brown about a level 6 no darker.Her hair is very light at the moment about a level 10. Thanks Liz
    Haircutz
    Haircutz
    Please post your query in the Hair thread.
    Ronray, just wondering how you’re finding Framesi? Do you still prefer Wella?
    ronray
    ronray
    They perform well! I'm very pleased at the moment. The only thing I have noticed is that there seems to be a lot less blonde shades in framesi. The light and shine is amazing (similar to magma) if you want to know more you can pm me :) I do still love wella, and obviously my brain is still tuned to wella at the moment. But I wouldbt say I'm struggling with framesi. I don't think I will ever forget wella!
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    Hannsh
    Hannsh
    Thank you for replying, Ronray! I know you love your Wella, so going to look into the range as it must be really good! Hearing mixed opinions on the new Koleston ME+ - better or worse in your opinion?
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    ronray
    ronray
    I've not used the kp ME+ so I can't pass comment. I've heard that the coverage is better, and it offers more shine. However I have also heard there are a lot more people experiencing reactions than before with the old kp.
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    Hi, I've seen that you have given a couple of people advice with Wella colours. So I thought I would ask you what you would use to get a lilac gray colour please?
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    LoveHairstyles
    She has got white hair with 9/0 base colour on with 6/73 and 6/34 foils through it. So will be bleaching it.
    ronray
    ronray
    Try to get the base colour as even as possible, and as light as possible,Low and slow with your bleach. I'd use a porosity equaliser before toning. I'd go with 10g of 9/60 + 10g of 8/69+ 5g of 7/81 Illumina and pastel. I've never used this formula before, but that would be what I'd use. Or you could use colour touch 9/16 +10/6 +9/01 + 1.9% developer and see where that takes you? Hope this helps
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    LoveHairstyles
    Ok thanks, I will do a test piece first to see what it looks like.
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