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lktoday

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Hello all, I used to use Wella koleston high lift on a base 6 ranging from 12/11, 12/16 etc, I understand the formula changed some while back, recently did a strand test with 12/1 to mainly check condition & shocked to find the lack of lift, the special range used to resemble to lightness achieved by bleach. Would anyone recommend 12/89 & 12/16 would achieve a better result please? Or just 12/89…12/81 to minimize the orange undertone, any help appreciated, thank you:)
 

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Hello all, I used to use Wella koleston high lift on a base 6 ranging from 12/11, 12/16 etc, I understand the formula changed some while back, recently did a strand test with 12/1 to mainly check condition & shocked to find the lack of lift, the special range used to resemble to lightness achieved by bleach. Would anyone recommend 12/89 & 12/16 would achieve a better result please? Or just 12/89…12/81 to minimize the orange undertone, any help appreciated, thank you:)
I find the best lift I get is either just 12/0 with 12% and then tone afterwards. Or 12/89 + 12/81 together with 12% make sure you leave for the full 60mins.
 

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I find the best lift I get is either just 12/0 with 12% and then tone afterwards. Or 12/89 + 12/81 together with 12% make sure you leave for the full 60mins.
Thank you so much I was debating 12/81 to, thank you for the advice x
 

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