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Hairstyling/Matrix Socolor advice please :o)


viadollhairdressing wrote at 2013-05-27 00:01:08
instead of using a 507n (the level 7 MATRIX SOCOLOR is notorious for going peachy) use Matrix 507NA -- which is nuetral ash. if this is not available use 507A and 507n in equal parts( or just a tad more 507A )-- the ash combats the peach that the 507Nuetral creates at the level 7 .... 20vol developer of course. Also consider if your processing your hair under a dryer rather than at room temperature.... this encourages it to process to quickly and that means PEACHY/ORANGE. I'M A PRO.... HOPE THIS HELPS :)  


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