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When a client wants to "go gray" or natural?

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foiling over black box color, lightener turned to liquid and foils got extremely HOT what happened?!

Started by p.g.g.. Last reply by aisha may towle Jan 8. 7 Replies

The scariest thing happened to me yesterday at work.  I had a client come in with level 1 jet black hair.  Of course it had to be box color!  She said the last few times she colored it herself she…Continue

From vivid back to naturals

Started by Christine Ellis Aug 7, 2013. 0 Replies

I have a color consult this afternoon to correct vivids back to a more natural color and am wondering what problems any o you have run into and or advice you may have I will let y'all know exactly…Continue

Vivid colors

Started by Cindy Brown. Last reply by Jennifer Ballard Apr 13, 2013. 22 Replies

I want a line of vivid colors in my salon, that don't fade in just a couple of washings. Is there a permanent line? I've tried lines from Manic Panic, Matrix additions to RR and RV and HD colors, So…Continue

Tags: colors, Pale, &, Vivid

Goldwell's Neutralights

Started by Marcella Robinson. Last reply by Marcella Robinson Mar 7, 2013. 4 Replies

I am thinking about using Goldwell's Neutralights on a client who is a natural level 3. My target shade is 9GA. Is it ok to double process with the neutralights?Continue

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Comment by Natalie Orosz-Gray on September 13, 2013 at 8:41am
To the original question... I put purple pravana pieces in my hair yesterday. I did not like it. So I used a level 5n pravana color. There aren't any traces of the purple left and my hair is left a normal brown not black.
Comment by Gianna on July 30, 2013 at 12:44pm
The new ombré is "urban" ombré.. Just doing it with fun colors!! Now that your clients are pre-lightened fell free to have fun.. I agree never have natural roots.. That will still keep them coming in every six weeks!!
Comment by Michelle Pargee on March 26, 2013 at 12:17am
My advise would be to re-create ombré to make it new. Fresh. If it bores you or you don't feel inspired by it then make it your own. Add something new to it.
Your clients will be asking for it. And there is money in it. The roots should never be left natural. They should be colored. Then your client still needs to return for touch ups.
Comment by kirsty on January 31, 2013 at 2:58pm
i too love the ombre but i do much prefer the softer gradient not so keen on black roots to orange ends! if u have very dark hair then go to a light chocolate, much more classy than brassy!!!!
Comment by Kelly "Betty" Toms on January 24, 2013 at 6:45pm

Ombre  peaked a few years ago however I have a feeling it will be around for a while. It can be as soft or dramatic as one likes. Ombre also being such a high ticket service more than makes up for the fact that a client only gets it done 2 to 3 times a year. Most of my ombre clients return for a glossing service between their ombre services.

Comment by Lisa Kalfus on January 24, 2013 at 3:17pm

Am I the only one who dislikes ombre? To me it looks like grown-out, unsophisticated color - plus, since roots are virtually impossible with a color that starts mid-shaft, there's no compelling reason for your client to return for a touch-up 6 weeks later.

Comment by jenna on January 18, 2013 at 10:43am
Does anyone have any good tips for the ombre ? It seems to bee all ive been doing. The reds fade quickly unless I use the cheep stuff they bring in. And how long will this trend last?
Comment by Mary Rector-Gable on October 28, 2012 at 10:34pm

Such great responses!

Comment by Kurtis Lawrence on May 9, 2012 at 7:49pm

okay here is THE BEST vivid color line I know!!
and I have tried them all!!
hands down acts much like a keratin treatment the way it attaches to the hair shaft and the beauty of it all it has a "eraser" that let you remove ALL the color back to the prelighten hair with NO trace of the original vivid color
http://www.competition-color.com/

 

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clarifying before a color do it or ditch it?!?!?!

Started by Leticia Arispe. Last reply by nancy gamal Apr 10. 7 Replies

When doing a color service is it better to clarify before the service? And by doing this, does this stimulate the scalp to cause irritation? Continue

Tags: do, you, would, what

Vegan, Natural, Organic Hair Color?

Started by Jennifer Culin. Last reply by Laura Weaver Mar 23. 3 Replies

I have a client who is looking for a color line with no sulfates. Is there a color line available? Or a line that would be close to natural ingredients as possible? She is about 75% grey and we've been using Wella Color Touch under heat to cover her…Continue

Tags: organic, natural, vegan, color, Hair

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