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Shedding the weight: How to Spring Clean your Hair

Here is where we help you shed a few extra kilos, ok hundred grams, ok probably more likely 10 grams… rounding up.

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*New Email*
Title: Get your ultimate bikini body in 4 weeks.
Yeah, do you know how many hot chocolates and bowls of pasta I consumed this Winter? It will take a bit more than a cleanse to remove that damage.
*Eye roll*
It's Spring cleaning time.
*Delete message*
Read the email again from the trash. Consider it for a minute.
*Delete forever*

Let’s get real for a second, while its just the two of us, between friends. Have you, when you have been Colouring, had a little bit of mixture left over and thought oh I don't want to waste it. So you spread it through your ends thinking it will give the rest of my Hair a boost or I want it to match my roots.

Yeah, thought so.

There goes everything we have ever said about Colour Build Up or the Colour Top Up Technique out the window. And now you’re looking at the ends of your Hair and their dull and a little bit darker than the rest of your Hair. Oh come on just admit it, your ends aren’t as fresh as your roots. They’re a little coarser, they even look heavy.

Yep. Here is where we help you shed a few extra kilos, ok hundred grams, ok probably more likely 10 grams… rounding up.

It’s time to hit refresh and pick up a Colour Remover.

To get the most out of the process focus on your mid lengths and ends, or where you see most of the Colour Build Up. You may want to do it a few times to give your Hair a good deep clean. We recommend doing this before your next regrowth touch up.

We still like to wait 48 hours before re Colouring. When you do re Colour, focus on Colouring your entire regrowth first and once finished, set your timer for processing.
Then apply the Colour to the rest of your Hair.




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