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Old 06-29-2011, 04:01 PM   #21
 
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Thanks. When I do the color you fix, will the gray just be gray? This might be a good time to see how much I really have.

And when I recolor, will the grays be lighter? That would great if that were the case.

Oh, and I can color right after the color fix, right?
I suppose all the questions will be covered in the instructions. Tee hee.
The new gray will be gray, the previously colored gray could turn red. That's why we need that ash color first time around. Since you're going with the Blonde, then yes your grays should turn out lighter, like natural highlights. That's what mine does.

Yes, you can color right after, but watch it closely so it doesn't get too dark.

Remember, don't use any conditioner before coloring. No DTs or PTs or glycerin afterward for a week or so, just to be sure it sticks!
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Old 07-02-2011, 06:20 AM   #22
 
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I received my order yesterday. Now I'm reading the instructions. You said not to use step three. Can you help me understand this? Should I do the instructions for slight correction (mixing one and two with shampoo)? Thanks so much.

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I received my order yesterday. Now I'm reading the instructions. You said not to use step three. Can you help me understand this? Should I do the instructions for slight correction (mixing one and two with shampoo)? Thanks so much.

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Sorry I didn't get this in time, I'm out of town with limited internet.

So, which way did you do it? All parts or just 1 and 2?
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Just 1 and 2. The peroxide and cones in step 3 scared the life out of me.
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Just 1 and 2. The peroxide and cones in step 3 scared the life out of me.
Yeah, me too! And they aren't really necessary unless you want to totally strip all color.
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