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Hairdresser hair dye

(5 Posts)
Horsemad Mon 02-Jan-17 23:46:44

Pretty much every time I have my hair coloured, I can see that my roots (which are really grey/white) still show as a slightly lighter colour.

So it would appear my hairdresser's dye doesn't do a perfect job of covering them up.

Are there certain dyes which are better for stubborn grey's? It annoys the hell out of me when I can still see a lighter shade down my parting!

Please say there are!

llangennith Mon 02-Jan-17 23:50:05

Same here. Home dyes do a better job. I'm told home dye kits have a higher peroxide volume, hairdressers use lower volume to protect the hair. This works fine with non-white hair but white hair needs higher volume peroxide to open the hair shaft for the colour to penetrate.

Horsemad Tue 03-Jan-17 00:03:45

I have never dyed my hair myself - scared!!!

lovelyshinyhair Tue 03-Jan-17 00:08:09

I use this and and have done for years it covers very well:

http://landnhairproducts.co.uk/italy-aquarely-permanent-hair-colour-cream-100ml.html

Mix it with It&ly developer and apply to the roots. Same as what they use in my hairdressers. My hair grows very fast so I do just the roots at home myself every few weeks. I sometimes buy it off eBay if they have my shade in stock.

lovelyshinyhair Tue 03-Jan-17 00:09:05

Forgot to say I use 20 vol developer.

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