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When I hear a word "color" I imagine many other words, like: beauty, a rainbow, a challenge, a creation....and sometimes also a disaster! I love to color the hair. I feel like I am challenged to the fullest because you can only predict how the final product will look like. A talented haircolorist must have a very good eye for pigments - in the client's skin and hair, and also in a tint, and understand the texture and the hair's state of "health".
The successful hair colorists attends many classes given by the companies and the top colorists, to get as much knowledge as possible and to understand a color theory - color pigmentation and how the tint pigments and hair pigments react together. Only a truly talented and color and style educated haircolorist will create spectacular color shades that are right for each particular client.
In the table below you can see the proper use of peroxide with different types of tints.
Note: I have known people whom used 30-40 vol. peroxide with bleaches (lighteners). If you ever try this you need to be super careful as the mixture could burn your scalp and destroy your hair. Personally, I DO NOT recommend it.
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