How to change Vivid Semi-Permanent Fashion Colors




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How to change Vivid Semi-Permanent Fashion Colors

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  1. I swear that same thing happened when I did my Cousins hair. When I went to remove black and used this bleach I don’t recall the name of. When I went back into remove a small band area it turned blue when the bleach touched the hair. I was like omg omg. Lol. But all went well toned her with something similar to old school roux sweet cream color. This was long before your colors came out.

  2. I was a color educator for 30 years, I haven't read through all the comments to see if anyone actually came up with the right answer for the green. Shrinking the color molecule is not the best description, the color remover or Bleach actually eats away at the molecule when it is oxidized, they do not expand again. Now color removers and bleach are both strong oxidizers, and what in our environment oxidizes green? Copper oxidizes green, most water lines for years were made out of copper, which leaches into the water. I would say that your salon has a lot of copper in the water, easy fix is to get a water filtration system. We used to see this a lot with permanent waves back in the day, people with copper pipes at home would get a green tint and really old homes with iron water pipes, they would get a pink tint (as Iron oxidizes red, as rust). Another solve for these issues is to use a clarifying shampoo when you wash out the color remover. I love the color, it has been amazing to see how the industry has changed over the years. Love the Vibrant color.

  3. I believe oxidative dye lifters shrink the pigment molecules. When that is used over direct dyes, especially with blue pigment, it shrinks the pigment molecules and drives the color further into the hair, only to be seen again when the cuticle is once again blown open, such as through lightening.

  4. what happened was when you stripped the color is removed the overlying pigment by burying it deeper so when you bleached it it revealed the underlying pigment ibe done this process to my hair so many times and made my own discoveries

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