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25 years experience in all aspects of hair color. I am the Color Director at a well known NYC salon. Member of the American Board Certified Hair Colorists. I will try to answer any and all questions pertaining to hair color and hair color correction in a direct and timely fashion.

Experience in the area

25 yrs coloring hair with 15 yrs color director at a large NYC hair salon.

Organizations

Inter-Couffiere and Wella International

Education/Credentials

Robert Fiance Beauty Institute NYC, Goldwell Institute and Wella USA

Awards and Honors

American Board of Certified Hair Colorists


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Recent Answers from Don Orlando

2015-04-22 hair fading gray showing thru:

Hi  Goldwell Top Chic is what i am assuming u r using.   I would use the same formula but put   1/4oz of 6n with it.  This should be applied ONLY on the roots. 45 mins.  After shampooing, towel dry (no

2014-12-04 Copper Tones:

Christie,  Im not sure where u got the info of staying 2 levels won't produce red. when ever you liten hair under level 7 you will produce a redder result.  The best possible way to produce a liter result

2014-07-06 Despertly in need of some hair advise:

Karole  Your hair is 2 colors and needs to be 1 color.  If u walked into my salon i would only dye the red brown to match the brown ends.  It is impossible to make dyed brown hair lite brown without the

2014-07-06 Despertly in need of some hair advise:

Dear Karole  Please upload a pic so i may see your hair.  Thanx  Don

2014-03-30 Help with overhighlighting then demi color:

Carrie  Shimmer lights is the #1 thing NOT to use. Your colorist needed to tone with a gold and it sounds like she used a neutral or ash.  The only thing insuggest is shampoo it on e a day for about a

 

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