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I have a client in in a couple of hours so a quick reply would be fab.

I did my first (attempt) at a platinum card. To remove some DIY colour. (I know I know. Mistake. Should have used colour remover First)

She's probably a base 7 with A LOT of warmth (from memory). Can I put a colour remover on her this time to pull out some more of the colour/tone before doing another platinum card?
 

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I've never done it that way. I'd take a strand test. It's the only safe way to know.
 

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I have a client in in a couple of hours so a quick reply would be fab.

I did my first (attempt) at a platinum card. To remove some DIY colour. (I know I know. Mistake. Should have used colour remover First)

She's probably a base 7 with A LOT of warmth (from memory). Can I put a colour remover on her this time to pull out some more of the colour/tone before doing another platinum card?
How'd this go?
 

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I decided to just platinum card it again. And used the L'Oreal lightening oil on the regrowth.

It's not massively even. But considering she came in about 6 weeks ago with a L'Oreal 5.5/5.56 and has only had two colour corrections I (and she) is happy.
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I decided to just platinum card it again. And used the L'Oreal lightening oil on the regrowth.

It's not massively even. But considering she came in about 6 weeks ago with a L'Oreal 5.5/5.56 and has only had two colour corrections I (and she) is happy. View attachment 192209
Considering what you started with and this is only the second go I think it's lifted quiet well! It's lifters better in places like you said but it looks highlighted! She should be very happy with the result x
 

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I decided to just platinum card it again. And used the L'Oreal lightening oil on the regrowth.

It's not massively even. But considering she came in about 6 weeks ago with a L'Oreal 5.5/5.56 and has only had two colour corrections I (and she) is happy. View attachment 192209
It came out lovely! You really did a platinum card? Because it looks like heavily weaved 2 times!
 

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I followed the platinum card video from a thread somewhere here!!

But I can see what you mean!

It was weird after I did it first time. Some bits came out around 9.1 and others were a 7.444444 [emoji23]. And there wasn't any rhyme or reason (other than porosity) some light bits were mid lengths, some were ends, some root.

So I guess that probably makes it look more highlighted
 

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Excuse my ignorance but what it platinum card? Foiling all the hair but doing mid lengths and ends first with bleach? Just watched a quick youtube video...
 

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Pretty much. Although my client wanted a softer regrowth so I left varying regrowth area and used the L'Oreal lightening gel to almost base break
 

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