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Knowing what to ask for in hair coloring
A lot of things have to be taken into consideration when getting your hair colored
Here is a color chart that stylist/salons that use Redken would go by. Keep in mind cool colors absorb light making it look darker and warm colors reflect light making them look lighter
Shades EQ gloss is a demi permanent color that has a very shiny finish and doesn't lighten hairs natural pigment
Shades EQ Cream correct and harmonize from scalp to ends. Shades EQ Cover Plus is good for covering grey and lessening banding
Chromatics is the newest line and has zero ammonia. It is oil based and has protein extract technology and it really is a technology not just a word used to sound better. Zero Odor.....
Make sure when you get colors you understand exactly what you want. Permanent color is hard to blend new growth so you have to let your hair grow out two toned if you want to change color. Non permanent doesn't last long at all. Demi seems best to use. Box colors are a big no no.... tis tis tis.... Don't do it.... Treatment of your color is just as important. Don't use any kind of Shampoo. Different PH levels will strip your color faster. Salon products do matter. If you want to pay good price for coloring and fade it faster with store products have at it. Redkin "all soft" is perfect for dry/brittle and chemically treated hair. Redken "color extend" does just that
Sometimes stylist will give you what you ask for....
Not taking under consideration what the outcome may be....
If you want to go from dark brown to platinum then expect your hair to be fried afterwards...
If you want to go thru the process and steps with some conditioning treatments between then the above is possible without so much damage....
If you want platinum keep in mind its so many different shades of platinum so its best to look at magazine's to help your stylist get the best consult