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    Too much warm tone

    Yes I'd already explained this to her. I'd need to learn to base break for sure to blend the roots each time. She not my easiest customer. Not that I expect it to be easy but she never has a defined idea of what she wants. She looks at people in magazines who have completely different face...
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    Too much warm tone

    Thanks soooo much. My gut feeling was to use colour touch with a blue hue /8. Its such a relief as I'm supposed to be carrying it out tomorrow! Thank you! It's just my lady keeps changing what she wants and quite frankly I don't get to colour as often as I like and have been dragging the...
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    Too much warm tone

    Hi Haircuts Thanks for your reply. I used koleston 9.1 from wella
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    Too much warm tone

    Hi Haircuts. Thanks for your reply. I used 9.1 koleston Wella.
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    Thanks for responding. I used koleston 9.1 wella

    Thanks for responding. I used koleston 9.1 wella
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    Too much warm tone

    Hi there I'm a mobile hairdresser and would really appreciate your opinion on my lady's Hair. She had her hair coloured from base level 6 to 9 Ash but still has some warmth gold brassiness but Not a Orange colour coming through. More subtle than that. Does anyone have any advise on how to tone...
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    Wella freelights balayage

    Thanks Caz . Really helpful !!
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    Wella freelights balayage

    Thanks so much! So 12% will give me quicker results and a lighter lift? I'm lifting a level 6-7 to a level 9-10 v. Fine hair? Others ivevread use clinge film / heat. I know it's clay based so will dry slightly which I guess stops the bleading from happening. Processing inside. Warm room...
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    Wella freelights balayage

    Thanks so much. When you say slow....how slow? She has very fine hair. Sally's only stocked 9% in store which explains a lot purhaps you need a 9% to guarantee the lift! Thanks
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    Thank you so much for responding to my question about balayage highlights. I've heard that it's...

    Thank you so much for responding to my question about balayage highlights. I've heard that it's quire slow to process. I guess because the painting takes time to get it on smooth abd gently. How long would you say it will take to lift from a level 7-9 or 10. Virgin fine hair? Thanks
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    Hello I have been qualified as a hair dresser for 2 1/2 years and I work as a mobile...

    Hello I have been qualified as a hair dresser for 2 1/2 years and I work as a mobile hairdresser. I have a mixed age range of client.
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    Wella freelights balayage

    Hi . It's my first time using Wella freelights on my lady. Very fine hair natural virgin hair level 7 She'd like to go to natural level 9-10 natural sun kissed look. Can anyone advise me on the strength of developer as the instruction say up to 5 level lift. Does anyone have anyexperience in...
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    Never used Wella hilift colours before

    Thanks so much Simba. I was thinking the jump was too big especially that she wants to look natural. Thanks for your advise bleach and colour it is! Thanks
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    Never used Wella hilift colours before

    Thanks so much for your reply! I thought using hilift would be the wrong move but just wanted conformation. And some guidance. This is really helpful. Thank you!
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    Never used Wella hilift colours before

    Hello I have a lady who has level 6 cool tone hair ashy. She has light blue eyes and medium skin colour. She would like two colour blonde highlights through her hair to complement her own natural hair colour. Also I thought this method wil disguise some of her 10%grey hair colour around the...
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