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It is always important to do a skin allergy test before each application, even if you have Coloured your Hair multiple times and have not had a reaction. The body can develop a reaction to Colour at any point.
Before each use of the My Hairdresser Products you must always perform a Skin Allergy Test 48 hours prior to application.View How To: Skin Allergy Test
Doing a Strand test is a great way to test your Colour before you Colour your full head. You can see the result and see if you want to make any changes. This is Ideal when you are making a Colour change or after Colour Removing.
Strand Tests are like doing a mini Colour. Basically you are trialing a small amount of Colour on a small amount of Hair. View How To: Strand Test
Wait a minimum of two weeks between Colour applications. Ultimately everyone is different, based on how quickly their Hair grows, Grey regrowth and type of Colour. Example fashion shades need a vibrancy top up as they fade quicker. The basic rule for Colour is reapply every 4-6 weeks
General Colour: 35 MINUTES
Grey and Fashion Shades: 40 MINUTES
High Lift Shades: 45 MINUTES
Once you have Coloured your Hair with a Permanent Hair Colour, you cannot lift / lighten your Colour. You will not be able to change to a lighter shade without using our Permanent Hair Colour Remover or Bleach treatment to remove the Permanent Colour pigment from your Hair. This can be achieved over a multi step process, where you can then re Colour your Hair to your desired shade.
Yes. If you have Coloured your Hair with Permanent Hair Colour and you want to be a darker shade, you can Colour over it. Take in to account the Tone that you currently have in your Hair and what Colour you would like to be. You will only need to use No Lift or 20 volume Developer.
If you have a Semi Colour in your Hair and wish to Colour with Permanent Hair Colour, it is best that you wash the Semi until it is faded or completely out of your Hair. You cannot Lighten your Hair with Permanent Hair Colour if you have a Semi Colour on your Hair. Semi Colours only coat the out side of the Hair strand, where as Permanent Hair Colour enters the Hair shaft. If you do choose to Colour with a Permanent Hair Colour over a Semi, choose a Colour similar / darker. We are not able to guarantee an even Colour.
No, It is best to Colour your Hair on day old washed Hair. The Natural oils on your scalp will help during the Colouring process. Clean Hair is less likely to absorb the Colour.
If you have product on your Hair like Hair spray or gel, try and brush your Hair to remove the excess. If you do wash your Hair it is best to wait 24 hours before you Colour.
Always chose the lighter Colour, it is easier to darken the Colour in the future than lighten the Colour and/or start again.
Yes. We encourage you to make your own custom Colour. Mix two or three shades together to get the perfect level or to choose the best Colour reflects. Add an Ash Colour to help tone your Hair or mix Golden Blonde and Copper Blonde to get the perfect light bright Copper Blonde.
Once you have Colour Removed, you need to chose a Colour at least 2 shades lighter than the Colour you want to be. Wait at least 48 hours before you re-Colour. After Colour Removing the Hair can be porous and suck up any new Colour resulting in a darker shade.
When Colouring Grey Hair use a 20 volume Developer and a Natural Colour or a Colour with added Gold to grab to your Hair. If you have patches of resistant Grey Hair, apply the Colour to these areas first so they have more time to process the Colour. For more information click here: Colouring Grey Hair
Yes you can. If your Hair is damaged, give it a good deep conditioning treatment at least a day before Colouring. Also use a low level Developer when Colouring (No Lift and 20 volume Developer).