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Would you use a few drops darker color in the same range of blonde to get rid of the ash from the sun ?

I use 9g in so color and want to put a few droops of 7g. I have used all different types of coulume and 20 does nothing. So i end up using 30. any advice appreciated.

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jossstone1969

Asked by jossstone1969 at 12:01 PM on Aug. 11, 2012 in Beauty & Style

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  • what is 'coulume', and what the crap are you trying to do?
    what is your natural color level? are you lightening it, or darkening?
    trying to go blonder? or just knock off the ash tone?
    btw, the sun does not 'ash' haircolor'..you probably have chemical damage. if anything, the sun lightens or fades natural/chemical-altered haircolor.
    no matter what you are trying to do, simply adding 'a few drops' of a 2-levels darker shade won't do a thing. also, you may have different needs from root (most likely) to ends. therefore, any change in formula is not going to fix the entire issue. you may need two different formulas to address different issues of sun-damage/fading.
    dullscissors

    Answer by dullscissors at 1:01 PM on Aug. 11, 2012

  • volume lol omg thanks for advice...but really been there done that with every shade and every treatment possible and it just got lighter from the sun and looks ashy, that's all.
    jossstone1969

    Comment by jossstone1969 (original poster) at 2:03 PM on Aug. 11, 2012

  • Usually the sun helps to lighten mine a bit on it's own - so I don't need to use it as often in the summertime! Woot to that!
    isismoon3

    Answer by isismoon3 at 5:38 PM on Aug. 24, 2012

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