6/4 + 0/33 = 6/34?

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sammyxoxo

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Hi geekies,

Would the above be true?
I need something Inbetween a 6/4 and a 7/34, if that makes sense?
 

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Based on your formula, I'm assuming you're going for a very coppery red. Adding a bit of 0/33 will definitely accomplish that, but be careful, it can appear very brassy if you add too much (personal experience haha). I'd recommend doing a couple test stands with a couple different formulas before doing the whole head.

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