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How confusing is it for both stylist and the consumer when you can go on line for advise and sound information and you get material such as below. quite shocking!
What is written in the heavy print is my view of course only my view!! However I found this information in this article miss leading and quite scary to think it’s posted as informative educational material in the public domaine.
Always research don’t trust all that you read as being correct knowledge is power a little knowledge is dangerous! Stay informed current up to date have high standards and expect nothing less from those around you!
Lets take a look:
I have written my response in heavy print:
TYPES OF HAIR COLOUR
Permanent colour gives you 100% complete coverage. Most permanent color uses peroxide (10 to 40 vol.) and ammonia. The downside is regrowth of new hair – it is a different shade and will leave a line of “demarcation”, or regrowth.
Most permanent hair colour uses 10 to 20 volume peroxide 40 vol would only be used for high lift blonde formulations and in maybe an extreme case! In most cases 40 vol is not recommended for scalp application. this type of application requires colour balancing unless first application. Issues with excess warmth will occur using 40 vol developer!
Not all colour is driven by Ammonia many options available always find out what the alkaline is in your colour!
Colour usually contains some ammonia and uses a developer of 10 to 20 vol.
Although it normally contains something to slightly open the Cuticle it does not have Ammonia nor does it have Peroxide much less 10 to 20 vol.
Uses peroxide in low vols. (under 10 vol.). Many have no ammonia and leave little damage. When the color fades, it does gradually so it leaves no line of demarcation.
Normally uses around 5vol for the oxidation of the colour molecule may have low amount of ammonia or some other substance to open the cuticle for slightly deeper deposit. long term use of this formulation will result in build up and possible re growth line slow fading, ideal for Grey coverage with out going permanent
These will last a short time (1-4 weeks). The usually incur no damage to the hair. You can expect about 40-60% gray coverage.
A direct dye/stain lies on the surface of the hair very little deposit so fades as washed whilst will blend Grey hair some types more than others will not give full deposit will build up over time, they s sometimes have an alkaline in them to enable a little deposit.
Colour lasts from one shampoo to the next and is deposited on the outside of the hair shaft.
As with a Semi permanent these can and do vary in their chemistry and how long they last depend on amount of washing and porosity of the hair, they can cause staining issues
Levels of Hair Color:
1=Black 2= Dark Brown 3=Dark Brown 4=Brown 5=Medium Brown 6=Light Brown 7=Dark Blonde 8=Light Blonde 9=Very Light Blonde 10=Light Platium Blond:
A standard International colour shade chart:
3Dark Brown 3/0
5 light Brown 5/0
6 Dark Blonde 6/0
7 Medium Blonde 7/0
8 Light Blonde 8/0
9 Clear Blonde 9/0
10Extra light Blonde 10/0
COLOURED HAIR CARE TIPS
Coloured and treated hair needs extra special care to keep it in good condition.
Wear hats, scarves or products with sunscreens when in the sun, to help protect against color fade and the drying effects of the sun. Leave in conditioners generally contain sunscreens to protect against color fade. Rough shampooing can strip color or dry out hair, so shampoo gently with a shampoo specially created for colored/treated hair. Condition regularly with an intensive conditioner to restore vital moisture and luster to colored/treated hair.
SHAMPOO COLOUR ENHANCERS:
Use colour enhancing conditioners as color grows out to help blend root areas.
Be wary of these colour enhancing products they stain and can effect the hair for future colouring processes :
Do not wrap your wet hair in a towel turban after a shower. The added friction can knot and damage vulnerable wet hair. Instead, carefully blot hair dry.
Don’t brush hair when wet. Comb with a wide-tooth comb, working tangles out as you move from the end towards the scalp.
Don’t overdry. When you blow dry, dry the hair until it is almost but not completely, dry. Leave some moisture in to prevent static.
Well what is over dry? leaving hair damp will make it loose style shape Hot ceramic irons take care of all moisture just use a blow dry heat protector don’t leave it damp!
Use care when styling. When using styling appliances, use thermal protector for maximum protection. Avoid aggressive manipulation of the hair.
Well this contradicts the about don’t over dry
Use hairspray or spritz with moisturizers and sunscreens to finish the hair. These products will provide continual protection throughout the day.
Personal choice some with silicone will tend to make hair limp
Don’t spray lightening agents or put lemon juice in your hair.
Yippee one to agree with
Support your style with a perm. Just because you have color treated hair doesn’t mean you can’t have a perm. In fact, a perm specially formulated for color treated hair can add wonderful body, fullness and texture to complement your color.
Well who has perms these days colouring and perming is double processing will damage dry out cause colour to fade:
What is written in the heavy print is my view i found this information in this article miss leading and quite scary to think it’s posted as informative educational material. Please please do lots of research when looking for information and advise keep looking until you find articles that are all giving the same advise and information.