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Hey geeks got a client who has more salt then pepper grey hair. We usually bleach and tone but she don't want me to use bleach. Would a high lift work on the grey?
 

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Yep. Providing she wasn't mega dark before she went grey.
 

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Hey geeks got a client who has more salt then pepper grey hair. We usually bleach and tone but she don't want me to use bleach. Would a high lift work on the grey?
What's her natural base? I prefer bleach and tone hilites and tinted ashy l/l on this type of hair! Hi lift would maybe subtley tone the white but may go yellow on natural base depending on the depth. Why doesn't she want bleach? :)
 

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What's her natural base? I prefer bleach and tone hilites and tinted ashy l/l on this type of hair! Hi lift would maybe subtley tone the white but may go yellow on natural base depending on the depth. Why doesn't she want bleach? :)
She's around a 6 but she has been having bleach for a long time. She was a new client when I last bleached and toned her hair and I mentioned about having a high lift as it wouldn't be as damaging. But I don't want to put a highlift on and it to tone the grey a very ashy colour lol
 

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She's around a 6 but she has been having bleach for a long time. She was a new client when I last bleached and toned her hair and I mentioned about having a high lift as it wouldn't be as damaging. But I don't want to put a highlift on and it to tone the grey a very ashy colour lol
What colour/ tone does she want to achieve? IMO bleach with a low oxidant and tone is no more damaging than hilift. :)
 

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What colour/ tone does she want to achieve? IMO bleach with a low oxidant and tone is no more damaging than hilift. :)
She wants it light as poss so prob 12/89
 

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She wants it light as poss so prob 12/89
Wella isn't my string point!! What tones a /89? Are you h/l or is it a global app? :)
 

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Pearl cendre, global app
As I say I don't know wella, but I would think it would be warmer on the natural base and too ashy on white? Also her regrowth probably wouldn't match her grown out p/l and tone. If she was insistent in not having the pl and tone I would probably consider a global tint with some bleach h/l to break it up. ;)
 

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As I say I don't know wella, but I would think it would be warmer on the natural base and too ashy on white? Also her regrowth probably wouldn't match her grown out p/l and tone. If she was insistent in not having the pl and tone I would probably consider a global tint with some bleach h/l to break it up. ;)
I was thinking of doing bleach h/l to break up a global tint. Will let you know how I get on. Thanks
 

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I was thinking of doing bleach h/l to break up a global tint. Will let you know how I get on. Thanks
Hope it turns out well, sure it will! :)
 

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