Mon 11 Sep, 2006 10:47 am
I coloured someones hair a few weeks ago. She has an all over colour which is a strawberry blonde shade and then I put weaved highlights throught the top section (a lighter blonde colour).
She has about 50% grey and her roots now need touching up.
Do I re-do the all over colour first all over the hair and then pick out the weaved highlights and re-do those after or do I have to pick out the lighter weaves and do them separately?
What's the best way to do this? And should I do it in two separate sessions or I will be there for hours.
My hair colorist just touches up my roots with the overall color every 6-8 weeks. Every 4-6 months I get the highlights redone.
There was a good thread about this, with lots of good advice in it, quite recently. I'll see if I can find a link on Search.
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Coloring my hair for the first time
Didn't have time to edit the last attempt to give a link..
Being a natural blond myself, I like to do DIY hair colouring, and tend to prefer using a broad decorators brush, loaded with Dulux gloss paint "Magnolia".
It smells pretty bad for about a week, but gives a great shine.
Don't colour your hair while eating your saucisson or you'll smell quite weird.