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LIghtening a base colour of 3 to a 6 or 7
Hi I am new to Wella Colours having completed a course a few weeks ago and am still getting.....used to the colours
I was hoping someome could give me some suggestions.
I have a friend who has a base colour of 3 and would like to go slighly lighter and warmer using foils.
She is hoping for target of either 6/34 or 7/37 . to achieve either of these shades would I have to mix them with something else?
I appreciate any advice or suggestions on colours that are similar and would I use 9 or 12%
She would like the colour to be fairly suttle.
Has your friend got any white hair at all? If she has more than 50% white then I would suggest mixing the colours with some base (6-0 or 7-0) If she has no white hair then the shades you mentioned would be fine on their own. I have worked with wella colours a lot and think they are fantastic!, hope this helps
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