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Fixing my silver Hair with a toner | Cherie
Fixing my silver Hair with a toner | Cherie
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Fixing my silver Hair with a toner

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CJCSZ95
Normally this is a process I will do Fortnightly to upkeep my colour however this time I had left my hair about 3 weeks due to some damage it was recovering from and the knowledge that I wanted my next tone to be done with a lifting developer ( greater then 5 Vol for my specific hair) as the sides and roots where getting some regrowth. Normally I would do this colour with a 1.5% developer ( 5 vol) and it deposits perfectly fine but if I need it to also lift (roots, sides, leftover blue) then I will up the % normally to 3 or 4.5 but this time I did opt to process with a 6% (20vol) and it has left my hair in a tolerable condition. I am going to need a few mask treatments and too baby it in regards to heat exposure and products for a couple of days but it has held up ok considering most of this hair is on its 3rd bleach exposure with additional colour removers and lifting toners...... I get bored and change my hair, allot. but minimal damage has been CAUSED which is good considering where the hair is at is all I’m saying. Will post my hair masks and other repair products soon. :) I’m typing this with one sick child on my lap and another off in his bed. I’m loving the escape of taking my time to look after myself and TBH I’m also loving the process of gathering my pics and thoughts for these reviews on Cherie so i'll be continuing to extend my product reviews and sharing my personal skin and hair journeys :) Please remember ALWAYS do a strand test on a small section of hair and ALWAYS patch test for skin sensitivity before applying to the scalp and always consult with a professional before trying anything on your own hair, I’m not one, just an avid hair and skin enthusiast with years of self colouration exploration so my experience is almost exclusively working with my own hair type, colour and condition. What works for me will not work for everyone.
Sep. 9
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Andreea_ROhh it looks so cooool👍
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