Asked by jolene-c 6 months ago
I am a mobile hairdresser and I usually use the Fudge range of colours but my client says it makes her hair feel dry.
Can anyone recommend a nice warm chocolate brown, about a base 5 with plenty of shine ?
She prefers permanent colour and is a base 6.
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HairNMakeupByLorraine 6 months ago
If you are a blonde, then you may want to use a semi-permanent haircolor. Most permanent color has ammonia (or an ammonia derivative) which lifts before it deposits color. If you are looking to go darker, it makes no sense to lift as lifting will affect not only the porosity, but also the elasticity of the hair. Most semi colors are deposit only, and have no ammonia, so going darker with such a product will not only give you the result you want, but also help maintain the integrity of the hair. Since the hair has been processed before, it will take the semi as a permanent. Don't let the words "semi" and "permanent" fool you, they both stay in the hair until it is grown out, cut off, or chemically removed...Good luck.
jolene-c 6 months ago
thanks, so are you going to recommend one then ??? lol