Your Hair holds all your Colouring secrets so it is important that you declare your Hair baggage, otherwise you may come across issues during your next Colour or Colour Remover process.
All the important information you need to know can be found by asking yourself these questions:
This is the most important question to ask yourself. Why does it matter? If the Hair Colour currently in your Hair is Darker than the Hair Colour you want to be, Colouring with a Lighter Shade will do nothing. The Darker Shade must first be Colour Removed. In contrast, if the Hair Colour you want to be is much Darker than your current Lighter Shade, you may need to use a Colour filler to bring pigment back into your Hair for a smooth, even Hair Colour result.
Try and calculate how long you’ve been using this Colour, while estimating how many applications you’ve put on your Hair.
If possible, try and account for your last 18 months of Hair Colouring.
After taking count of your Hair Colouring history for the last 18 months is it possible you could have Colour Build Up? Colour Build Up will stop your Colour or Colour Remover process from working as the Hair is so full with Product that it needs to be cleaned out with Colour Remover. Sometimes you need to do multiple applications of Colour Remover depending on the Hair Colour type and how long it has been in your Hair.
Bleached, Highlighted or Ombre Hair will effect your Hair Colour outcome and it needs to be considered when planning your next Hair Colour.
If so, please ensure it is fully washed out of your Hair before Colouring. Colour Remover will not remove Semi Permanent Hair Colour.
If your Hair is Coloured with Henna, you’ll need to put your Colouring plans on hold until it has completely grown out.
Colouring Shampoos or Colour Lock Products will effect your Colour or Colour Remover process. We recommend to stop using them a few weeks prior to Colour or Colour Removing.