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If you have lighter or pre Lightened Hair and are now changing your Hair to a much darker Colour, the Colour can result in being lighter. If your Hair is very resistant to Colour from pre Lightening, it might be best to use a filler Colour. This is a Colour with a Natural Base that is between the Colour you are and the Colour you want to be, to build up your base Colour. Example: You are currently Lightening your Hair to a level 9 Extra Light Blonde and you now want to be a 5.53 Chocolate Brown. Colour your Hair with a Natural tone like a 7 Medium Blonde.
If your Colour turns out darker than you wanted, wash it out straight away with a clarifying shampoo. You can leave the shampoo on your Hair for 5 -10 minutes, continue to shampoo regularly until the Colour fades. If you want to bring your Hair down a shade, apply the Colour Remover to wet towel dried Hair. Or use the Colour Remover and start again.
Read the instructions and the correct timing so you can achieve the best result. Leaving Colour on for longer can create a negative affect. If you do leave the Colour on your Hair longer than instructed, the Hair will darken the longer the mixture is on the Hair and could cause damage.
Read the instructions and the correct timing so you can achieve the best result. If you do wash your Colour out before the instructed time, you will not achieve the desired Colour. Prematurely stopping the processing means the Colour will not reach its full potential. It means the Colour will not reach the right level of lifting, when going lighter or deposit enough pigment when going darker. You will also not be able to guarantee 100% Grey coverage.
You are more likely to see Colour continuing to wash out a day to 2 days after Colouring with darker and Red Colour’s.
The Hair around your face will absorb the Colour a lot easier, and can become a lot darker, a lot faster. This is because it is often a lot finer and more porous, compared to the rest of your Hair making it a lot more absorbent. To stop this from happening in the future, leave this section of Hair until the end of your application so the Colour is not on your Hair as long as the rest of your Hair.
Grey Hair can be Colour resistant and a lot more resilient to Colour. It will absorb the Colour differently than the rest of your Hair. To help you in the future Colour the predominately grey areas first so the Colour can have longer development time on your Hair.
You should rinse your Hair thoroughly in warm water until the water runs clear, generally around 3 - 5 minutes. Follow with a good shampoo, really lathering your scalp and condition as normal.
You should wait 48 hours after Colouring your Hair before you wash it. You want the Colour to settle on your Hair before regular washing.
You may Naturally throw Red or your Hair is prone to going Warm when Colouring. Your choice of Developer and Colour can encourage Warmth as well. You can use the My Hairdresser Toner Kit to help Tone the Warmer Hair. In future, choose to Colour your Hair with Natural or Ash / Beige Colour to Tone your Hair when Colouring.