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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BlueBirds View Post
    Thanks. I did some online research and was thinking about this one too. I might try it. What colour would you recommend for dark brown hair
    and how often do you need to do the regrowth?

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    Hi, if your looking for dark brown natural Colour go for something that is a level 5. Double pigment is better for stubborn greys. If you want a reflect go for a small amount of gold. If not go for the natural brown a lot better on greys. And only do the regrowth area as you will get overlapping of Colour on the ends which will make it darker. If you want to refresh the ends add a little water to the mix and rub through the ends the last 10 mins of processing time.

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    Believe it or not cigarette ash takes off all stains on skin. I don't promote smoking but if anyone around you does wet the edge of a towel with a little bit if water and dip in ash then rub on skin. Works every time!
    I've never found cigarette ash to work. I tried it many times when younger and had access to my mothers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dansci0 View Post
    Hi, if your looking for dark brown natural Colour go for something that is a level 5. Double pigment is better for stubborn greys. If you want a reflect go for a small amount of gold. If not go for the natural brown a lot better on greys. And only do the regrowth area as you will get overlapping of Colour on the ends which will make it darker. If you want to refresh the ends add a little water to the mix and rub through the ends the last 10 mins of processing time.

    I just read this now, oops.
    Last night I bought the John Frieda foam from Chemist Warehouse. I bought the Medium Copper Brown. I applied some baby oil on my hair line and tips of my ears first.
    DH applied the colour for me (2 packets) and then I used more baby oil and cotton pads to remove colour of my skin (came of straight away).
    It looks lovely and natural, especially in the natural light. No one at work has noticed yet, maybe because its a very cloudy morning


 

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