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Hi Marco I wasn't sure if you were using the 20...different companies use different percentages of value. Yes, in your case your 6% would equal 20 Volume. Your hair is dark and 20 volume may only get
Hi Marco You should be using at least a 20 Volume Activator (You call it Hydrogen Peroxide....actually it's not), in the salon we sometimes go as high as 40. 6% will get you into the orange and stop
Hi Jen Yes, I see that the hair has some parts that are darker. But it does look good. You've been working on this quite some time. Indeed I can understand how your dark 2/3 level has gone to this.
Hi Jen The answer would best be served if I could see and feel your hair. Is it straight, curly, are you Hispanic, White, Asian, African-American....these things matter and serve to better answer this
Hi Julia In truth, there are no faster acting bleaches. A decolorizing powder may have a faster action only based on the amount of ammonia it contains, having said that, we look for less ammonia in