Neutralising level for red undertone hair

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pinkcandyclub

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Hi everyone hope you’re well? My natural hair is a level four and I like it it’s cool and as neutral as possible. I’d like to use a Demi permanent colour just to be able to cool the red tones down. I’ve used GOLDWELL with a green tone and I’ve also used Schwarzkopf with a green tone. I still feel it’s not cool enough.

What would you guys recommend.? Thanks
 

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Hi everyone hope you’re well? My natural hair is a level four and I like it it’s cool and as neutral as possible. I’d like to use a Demi permanent colour just to be able to cool the red tones down. I’ve used GOLDWELL with a green tone and I’ve also used Schwarzkopf with a green tone. I still feel it’s not cool enough.

What would you guys recommend.? Thanks
What level are you applying? And are you applying it to your natural level 4? Or prelightened hair?
 

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It's not clear if your hair is virgin or coloured, but with demi-permanent colour I would try switching to a strong blue based demi as natural pigmentation tends to create orange warmth and green can leave some gold in the hair. Or switch to zero lift true semi-permanent dyes.
 

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Thanks for the message. It’s natural level 4 hair with warm undertones.
 

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I would try using a straight deep blue direct dye over your hair. It won't actually look blue and won't expose any underlying pigment
 

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