Alfaparf 11.11 with 20 too light, need to go one shade darker

Maria61

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#1
Hey all! I dyed my hair with Alfaparf Evolution of the Color 11.11 with a 20 developer. I want to get highlights later in the summer so feel this base color is too light.
I want to go down to AEC 10.11 but don't know if I should apply it with 10 or 20 developer.
Please help!
 

Haircutz

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Staff member
#2
At you a qualified hairdresser?
What’s your natural base and what level are you looking for?
 

Maria61

New Member
#3
At you a qualified hairdresser?
What’s your natural base and what level are you looking for?
My natural base is very dark brown and need to use ash tones to avoid brassiness. I love the blonde but it's too light for the coming summer and highlights. I was advised to apply 10.11 with 10 developer to bring it down one tone but want to make sure.
Thanks!
 

Haircutz

Super Moderator
Staff member
#4
Sounds like you need to visit a good colourist to advise you properly.
 

Maria61

New Member
#5
Sounds like you need to visit a good colourist to advise you properly.
Quite honestly? Don't have the money. My hairstylist was charging me $80 just to color my roots! I can't do it.
I'll accept anyone's input and appreciate it.
 

Noodle

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Staff member
#6
Quite honestly? Don't have the money. My hairstylist was charging me $80 just to color my roots! I can't do it.
I'll accept anyone's input and appreciate it.
If cost is an issue, then look for a local training college, where the students are supervised and the costs are discounted.
 
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