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Kimberley44

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Just wondering if I mixed the la 14 with the 10 gold, would that be ok? Ive just got a little left of each not enough to do a full tan with each, What kind of colour will I achieve? Thanks
 

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If you mix the 10 and 14

10+14=24/2=12% aslong as it is equal measures so 25ml of 10 and 25ml of 14 and so on x
 

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Yeah thank you, just unsure as one is a gold and one normal brown! I've got it on so I'll see tomorrow ha x
 

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I tried mixing la tan and la brown 10% which I thought this is a gorgeous colour. Unfortunately the fade off was really bad. Patchy and snake skin so I won't be trying that again :( shame because the colour was very nice. X
 

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I read something about mixing tan solutions on here the other day but I can't find it now, typical. But I do remember someone saying that not all make of solution are mixable.

Shelley X :)
 

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I read something about mixing tan solutions on here the other day but I can't find it now, typical. But I do remember someone saying that not all make of solution are mixable.

Shelley X :)
La tan solutions are mix able. I do it all the time with no problems whatsoever. I have no bad fade off or patchiness,just a perfect tan x
 

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LA Tan is mixable BUT you should not be mixing Gold & Brown as the ingredients are different.

Also the guide colours are different and the viscosity of the solutions is different so could definatley cause some problems.
 

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Well the tan didn't turn out too bad, wasn't dark enough though, thanks for your replies, wouldn't mix the two again x
 

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