When buying hair dyes, many do not pay attention to these figures, and in vain

  • Lily

    The article is necessary, but completely stupidly written. It is impossible to understand ... How to read a table? Where to watch the numbers! ...

  • Anonymous

    Author: Give an example, please.

  • Anonymous

    Well, for example, I am always toned by the 9th tone level, it is quite light, the numbers after 9 indicate shade, I mix two colors 9.7 and 9.1 where 7 are caramel, and 1 gives brownish without red proportions for roots 30ml and 10ml, respectively. + oxidizer 1.5–3%, depending on the manufacturer and recommendations for dyeing, either 1: 1 or 1: 2 (dye + oxidizer) I have a soft milky caramel or beige pastel. But you need to know your tone level. You can watch and find out on the Internet. Because if your natural level is, say, 6th row, then for level 9 you need to first discolor, or use 9% oxidant during dyeing.

  • Anonymous

    Oh, yes, if before that, the hair was colored, then you need to be decapitated. The effect will be unpredictable.

  • Anonymous

    And the level of resistance how to find out? Determination of the level of resistance to paint give an example

  • Anonymous

    resistance depends on whether the ammonia or ammonia-free paint, the first, respectively, more resistant.

  • Anonymous

    On the packaging, I have never seen the level of resistance under the number, usually they write - resistant or non-ammonia. I am not the author))

  • Anonymous

    Well, at least some clues. Thank you.



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