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I have a client with a base 5-6 looking for a permanent Blue which doesn't need prelightened. I normally use loreal 2.10 and p01 but she would like a bit more blue as it is pulling more black. Any ideas please, tia x
 

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What’s the underlying pigment colours in a level 4 and a level 2?
If she wants is a bright blue, you‘re going have to bleach it first.
 

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She was quite happy when we were using the mix of 2.10 and p01. But it's now loosing the blue and pulling more muddy, do u think if I gave it a bleach bath that would help x
 

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I have a client with a base 5-6 looking for a permanent Blue which doesn't need prelightened. I normally use loreal 2.10 and p01 but she would like a bit more blue as it is pulling more black. Any ideas please, tia x
Why permanent? Are you covering white hair?
I'd be looking at using a demi /quasi for this.
A permanent tint is creating lift and exposing underlying warmth which is absorbing the blue tones and that's why you're left with a muddy black
 

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She has a some white round the front hairline. She isn't a client who comes in every 6 weeks to get a refresh but expects the colour to last for more time than possible i.e 3-4 months. So what would you recommend I do? if I cleanse the colour out and apply a demi permenant. Could you recommend a blue demi as we use loreal and there's no blue demis in diacolor as far as I'm aware, ty
 

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What’s the underlying pigment colours in a level 4 and a level 2?
If she wants is a bright blue, you‘re going have to bleach it first.
Why permanent? Are you covering white hair?
I'd be looking at using a demi /quasi for this.
A permanent tint is creating lift and exposing underlying warmth which is absorbing the blue tones and that's why you're left with a muddy black
 

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Why permanent? Are you covering white hair?
I'd be looking at using a demi /quasi for this.
A permanent tint is creating lift and exposing underlying warmth which is absorbing the blue tones and that's why you're left with a muddy black
She has a some white round the front hairline. She isn't a client who comes in every 6 weeks to get a refresh but expects the colour to last for more time than possible i.e 3-4 months. So what would you recommend I do? if I cleanse the colour out and apply a demi permenant. Could you recommend a blue demi as we use loreal and there's no blue demis in diacolor as far as I'm aware, ty
 

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What’s the underlying pigment colours in a level 4 and a level 2?
If she wants is a bright blue, you‘re going have to bleach it first.
I would say she wants it slightly lighter than a midnight blue
 

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She has a some white round the front hairline. She isn't a client who comes in every 6 weeks to get a refresh but expects the colour to last for more time than possible i.e 3-4 months. So what would you recommend I do? if I cleanse the colour out and apply a demi permenant. Could you recommend a blue demi as we use loreal and there's no blue demis in diacolor as far as I'm aware, ty
Take a look at wella colour touch 2.8 you can also consider putting a semi permanent dark blue over the top
 

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Take a look at wella colour touch 2.8 you can also consider putting a semi permanent dark blue over the top
Thanks for your reply, I feel she wants to be lighter than a 2, I can't attach a picture to show u. But I think more blue than black if that makes sense. I'm at a loss as loreal don't seem to have anything near the colour I'm after. She liked the colour of the majirel blue mix on it own and i would certainly have to cleanse and prelighten to apply that. Unfortunately she doesn't visit the salon enough to keep the colour especially a fashion shade looking fresh x
 

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