Removing crazy colour peacock blue

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Hi guys I hope you’re well
I just need a bit of advice
In august I bleached my clients hair and put crazy colour peacock blue over it.
she now wants the blue/green out and to go an auburn level 8.
what is the best way to achieve this?
bleach bath? Crazy colour remover? Ddl? There’s so many options I don’t know what will be most effective!
the pictures are after I did her hair in august to what we’re trying to achieve
Thankyou xx
 

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Hi guys I hope you’re well
I just need a bit of advice
In august I bleached my clients hair and put crazy colour peacock blue over it.
she now wants the blue/green out and to go an auburn level 8.
what is the best way to achieve this?
bleach bath? Crazy colour remover? Ddl? There’s so many options I don’t know what will be most effective!
the pictures are after I did her hair in august to what we’re trying to achieve
Thankyou xx
Crazy colour back to base is the recommended way of removing it. Some people have success with bleach and water. Others also use a clear permanent tint and add the counteracting tone ( in this case I think you'd need red and orange)
 

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Crazy colour back to base is the recommended way of removing it. Some people have success with bleach and water. Others also use a clear permanent tint and add the counteracting tone ( in this case I think you'd need red and orange)
Thankyou. What ratio would I do the 0/00 and the 0/43 (orange ) and 0/45 (red)
 

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Thankyou. What ratio would I do the 0/00 and the 0/43 (orange ) and 0/45 (red)
I would guess it would be something like 30g 0/00 + 1g /43 + 1g /45 .
it’s hard to say because everyone’s hair would be different. strand test if you can.
if you have time before you do the clients hair, I’d strongly recommend you retail a deep cleansing shampoos for her to use regularly, this will also help strip the colour.
 

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I would guess it would be something like 30g 0/00 + 1g /43 + 1g /45 .
it’s hard to say because everyone’s hair would be different. strand test if you can.
if you have time before you do the clients hair, I’d strongly recommend you retail a deep cleansing shampoos for her to use regularly, this will also help strip the colour.
 

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Thankyou so much. I’m guess mix with pastel?
 

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