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Lovely_lozza

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I have a client who is around a level 9 at the moment (had her hair highlighted a few weeks ago using unknown permanent colour) her natural base is a level 6.
she doesn’t like the colour now. It’s too light all over with no enough multi tones going though and a little bit warm on ends. I was thinking of using wella Koleston level 7 or 8 for some low lights to break up blonde but not sure wHat tone to go with. Also I’m worried a level 7 will be too dark. Just wanted to get a second opinion please as it’s been a while since I’ve done low lights. Thank you.
 

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Not sure anyone is doing hair right now, but use color touch to darken. Will last longer and fade less.
 

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Thank you for suggestion. Isn’t colour touch semi perm?
I did her hair today and turned out good. Level 8 wasn’t as dark/strong as I had hoped but still looked great
 

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Thank you for suggestion. Isn’t colour touch semi perm?
I did her hair today and turned out good. Level 8 wasn’t as dark/strong as I had hoped but still looked great
Yes colour touch is Demi permanent but when going darker, depending on the clients current hair situation a lot of the time a semi or Demi is your better choice even when you are looking for colour longevity. I also feel like colour touch looks a lot more soft and beautiful when going darker as a permanent can sometimes look very dense and heavy! [emoji5]
 

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