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Hiya I use affinage in the salon but have a mobile client using wella can anyone convert the 12.1 and 12.0s to wella am I looking on the special blondes? Thanks
 

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Hiya I use affinage in the salon but have a mobile client using wella can anyone convert the 12.1 and 12.0s to wella am I looking on the special blondes? Thanks
Special blondes are the highlift range. But I believe wellas highlifts are cooler than most.
Is there any way you could strand test? Or do you have a picture of the clients hair?
 

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This is 12/0 on level 6
Wanting something less warm but still in the high lift range thinking 12/96 and 12/89?
 

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This is 12/0 on level 6
Wanting something less warm but still in the high lift range thinking 12/96 and 12/89?
12/89 is my favourite! Very nice colour! On all bases.
 

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Do you have a photo? :)
 

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When I used wella we always found 12/0 warmer. If I recall there was a 12/01 which was slightly cooler but still very similar. We never ordered 12/89 as we didn't have a demand for it.
 

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