Naturally blonde resistant hair?

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MorganDazzle

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Hi geeks :)

My younger sister has virgin base 10 with no warmth whatsoever in her hair.

Her hair is a thick coarse texture with loose curls/waves.

After me trying to talk her out of it for ages (her natural hair is stunning) She decided she wanted to go to a base 6 warm chocolatey brown, so i chose 6/75 colour touch.

Her hair went to a warm 8, very similar to 8/73 - and the colour looked almost translucent.

I cannot understand why this has happened - can hair that has no grey whatsoever be resistant? And if so would it need pre-pigmenting to achieve darker shades?

Sorry if im missing something really obvious here, but i have never had this happen before on virgin hair with no grey!
 

JosephJunior_

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If she's a base 10 with no warmth then yeah you would have to of pre pigged even if it's her natural it's still quite light. If its a a 8 level try the same color again
 

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Thankyou for your reply :)
 

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