How To Avoid Orange (or BLOrange) In Blonde Hair Coloring
There should be no reason for orange in hair color. . . .none...never ever. But there seems to be a lot of complaints about it lately..... It's really pretty simple, if you use a color strong enough to get it PAST the orange stage ... you won't have the problem.
I need to understand why using highlift or cream lightener bothers you, I just don't understand that one.......?
The following Graphic shows you about
hair color, orange and how to avoid it !
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Just wanted to thank you personally KC and you as well April with all your help in getting me started. Here's my update. I will post pics just as soon as I can. KC, I love the Igora Royal formulation you put together for me. It did come out 1 shade darker than I thought it would and at first I was dismayed, but I've had it for a week now and every day I'm just astounded at how natural and shiny it looks. One of the reasons I've been wearing a lighter color is that darker colors really just made me look at lot older, but that is not a problem with the Igora. So, the result is that I have a completely new look now in terms of my appearance. Kudos to you
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