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?

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Neutralights is to be applied to virgin hair. Although it sounds like you would just be applying the neutralights to her virgin hair, NL still has pigment in it and is technically considered a color. That being the case, using NL over the top of it's self will cause an unpredictable lift due to the artificial pigment that was just deposited from the previous NL application. With that many levels of lift sounds like a job for silk lift!

The neutralights is a highlift series for natural dark hair, levels 3-5, that counteracts warm pigments. But the highest level you can achieve is 8G and that's if the natural level is 5.

By double process, I'm assuming you mean bleach and tone. Which is what is necessary to take a level 3 to a 9. The Silk Lift would be the most gentle choice. It's mixed 35ml of developer to 1 level scoop of powder and 1 vial or 3 pumps of serum for condtioning.

If you need more information. feel free to call the Goldwell Technical Hotline @ 800-333-2442 for help.

 

Thank you so much for the helpful information!

Eileen Josenhans said:

The neutralights is a highlift series for natural dark hair, levels 3-5, that counteracts warm pigments. But the highest level you can achieve is 8G and that's if the natural level is 5.

By double process, I'm assuming you mean bleach and tone. Which is what is necessary to take a level 3 to a 9. The Silk Lift would be the most gentle choice. It's mixed 35ml of developer to 1 level scoop of powder and 1 vial or 3 pumps of serum for condtioning.

If you need more information. feel free to call the Goldwell Technical Hotline @ 800-333-2442 for help.

 

Thank you, you were very helpful!

Alison Parmer said:

Neutralights is to be applied to virgin hair. Although it sounds like you would just be applying the neutralights to her virgin hair, NL still has pigment in it and is technically considered a color. That being the case, using NL over the top of it's self will cause an unpredictable lift due to the artificial pigment that was just deposited from the previous NL application. With that many levels of lift sounds like a job for silk lift!

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