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RE: Hair Too Light and Porous
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1322 Subject: RE: Hair Too Light and Porous Posted by:
Allysyf
Wed, Nov 19, 2014
08:04 AM

Using full strength color (equal parts color to developer) on top of full strength is too strong and causes porosity which is why it's lighter and not true to color.    Start using a diluted formula on ends as directed in kit instructions (equal parts color to developer, diluted by half with distilled water) for only five to ten minutes, instead of using full strength root to end. The porous ends will need to grow out and eventually be cut.

This is a reply to message 1327 by KarenS435  

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