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Hi, I had a look on search but most things are quite old.

Has anyone used them recently?

My rep came in and showed me the colour etc. And there seems to be a really nice choice.

I also like that you don't have to use so much stock because they have a releaser to make a 'quasi'.

I've recently not been massively happy with L'Oreal Inoas coverage.

The rep said I can get someone in to show me how to use them etc before I order.
 

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I'm a trained L'Oreal colourist and also worked as a rep for fudge I can honestly say they are fab! ..... X
 
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I'd like to know too some recent reviews :)
The new cyclamen shades look gorgeous!
 

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I'm kinda interested in the realeaser idea, but doesn't it still contain ammonia?
 

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It does. It's a low calibre ammonia?
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I'm a trained L'Oreal colourist and also worked as a rep for fudge I can honestly say they are fab! ..... X
How do you find grey coverage? Are they true to swatch? Are they warm based or cool based? X
 

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No I would say they are true to shade the grey coverage on a .00 is better than any base I've used!
 

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I read that any developer can be used on grey hair, this true?
 

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Fab colour , great shine ....I found to be a little darker than chart . I prefer my matrix on resistant grey tho
 

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It says to mix 1-1.5, ive found when you do this you don't get very good grey coverage. I find them slightly darker than other colour lines, and the base colours are really warm x
 

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Nope grey should always be 1-1 ratio, ssssssh but yeah I've not tried it personally but many clients did and never had problems X
 

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Developer I mean
 

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My salon uses fudge, our rep provided us with someone who came in and gave us a couple of hours training on the colours. She told us that for resistant greys you can use the .00. Also for resistant greys leave the colours on for 45 minutes :)

I find that in comparison to wella which we also use, fudge colours tend to be warmer. I like fudge :)
 

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See I find wella way warmer if I'm honest. And yes they will usually come out and do a training day with you before you commit. They are also 90% organic X
 

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Yes they said they would get an educator out.

The only thing is, I don't have anyone I could/would feel comfortable to ask with serious grey hair to check the coverage etc [emoji53]
 

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Just say you are trying out a new brand, you don't even need to mention the grey hair x
 

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Usually they won't ask questions of its discounted [emoji12]
 

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Can I get an intro course for free if i'm based at home

How much is it to open an account with them? They seem similar to wella which i love
 

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Can I get an intro course for free if i'm based at home

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Hi, I had a look on search but most things are quite old.

Has anyone used them recently?

My rep came in and showed me the colour etc. And there seems to be a really nice choice.

I also like that you don't have to use so much stock because they have a releaser to make a 'quasi'.

I've recently not been massively happy with L'Oreal Inoas coverage.

The rep said I can get someone in to show me how to use them etc before I order.
Hi I've used fudge for about 2 years now I love them . Grey coverage is great but for the very resistant I would do 1:1 ratio. Not keen on the toners so stick to wella for those. I use the speed bleach also. Great value for money and base colours 100Ml tubes. Happy days.xx
 

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Hi I've used fudge for about 2 years now I love them . Grey coverage is great but for the very resistant I would do 1:1 ratio. Not keen on the toners so stick to wella for those. I use the speed bleach also. Great value for money and base colours 100Ml tubes. Happy days.xx
How much is the intro offer, to create an account?
 

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