Hi Joanne, just checking to see if you got my emails from earlier; I can't take calls during office hours in the week at the moment as am doing consultancy work on a client's site. If you could email the details of what you want doing, that would be fab - otherwise please could you send me a text when you find your mobile again...
Just been having a nosey at you salon pics, I love it. I get over to Wellingbough quiet often, have been past your place a few times and never knew you were a geek, next time I'll stick my head round the door and say hi x
I don't think you'd have any problem mixing your own....start with a white base, mix in a soft pink and add colour a teeny bit at a time. There's a tutorial on here that worth a read, and whilst it was originally written with L&P in mind, gives some great thoughts for mixing your own colours. http://www.salongeek.com/misc-tutorials/19512-wheel-fortune.html Hope this helps xx
My personal favourite for french is 87. Slightly sheer but gives a lovely tint. I'm afraid thats the one area I think Bio is a bit lacking and I usually end up mixing my own out of a touch of pinks and whites mixed. Also looks nice with a touch of peachy shade thrown in too.
im all into adding a little extra so long as its tested and safe but i wouldnt touch melanotan.. they are testing it in australia and the us at the mo but its a long way off getting approval. people are craaaaaaaaaaaazy . might as well go on steroids if there gonna do melanotan