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If you have tinted someone's hair 8/03 Koleston which threw out waaaaaaay too much gold and its lifted over 4 weeks to a really light blonde what would you use to take it back to something like a 8 would you just stick 8 on ?
 

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i have their Tech Help Number if you want it- 0845 7045775

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Ah sweet ! Thanks !
 

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Any ideas before I phone the help line anyone ?
 

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What was the natural base?
 

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Yey bluerinse ! Bout 50% grey at front and between 6 and a 7 X
 

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Any advice or ideas ?
 

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Well if your lifting from 6 you've got red/orange which u need green/blue to neutralise, you've used green with gold so it's going to be warm, always remember your final colour is 50% colour u have used and 50% natural pigment :0) you need to use 8/0 + 8/1
 

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Ah thanks , well explained as usual ! Can I just ask, you said I had used green with gold, the gold Is the /03 where would the green come from ? X
 

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Green is primary tone .0 gold is secondary tone so less of it .3 or .03 :)
 

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When I spoke to wella 0 is not green based. The 0 are only used to soften the tone it doesn't neutralise any of the tones.
 

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When I spoke to wella 0 is not green based. The 0 are only used to soften the tone it doesn't neutralise any of the tones.
I was always told it was green :s
 

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