I Use Loreal Professional Majireal Permant colours and High-lift Tints, i use Loreal Platinum bleach with is infused with Beeswax to help with the condition of the hair, and also Olaplex to restore the condition of your hair back to virgin hair :-)
Majirel, legendary professional hair colour that covers up to 100% of grey hair whilst caring for the hair fibre. Majirel creates vibrant and pure reflect colours with a wide palette of rich tones and shades. A first in professional hair colour, Majirel cares for the entirety of the hair fibre. Enriched with Incell™ and Ionène G™ . The formula helps strengthen and re-inforce the hair fibre. Hair feels stronger, and is left looking glossy and feeling soft and supple to the touch. Your professional colourist can unleash your perfect tailor made hair colour with the use of Majirel.
There are over 128 Shades in 9 Familiar Families for unlimited creativity.
I also use Rusk® Deepshine® Conditioning Cream Color utilizes the most advanced haircolor technology from Italy. Micro Pure Pigment Technology ensures haircolor molecules penetrate deeply, producing longer-lasting results. Advanced Marine Therapy evens out porosity and seals the cuticle to improve the overall strength and integrity of the hair. This permanent haircolor provides incredible color clarity, yielding consistently silky, shiny results.
Saturates each strand with rich, vibrant color
Provides long-lasting results
Delivers incredible shine
Leaves hair looking and feeling healthy
Provides 100% gray coverage
Economical to use; standard mixing ratio 1:1 1/2
Whether you are having a Semi, Tint, Highlights or Fashion Colours the concept of how we get to the colour you have chosen is always the same process of thought.
The chart above shows the natural hair levels and their underlying pigments.
Underlying pigments are the natural pigments that make up every hair colour. When colouring hair, I must take note the underlying pigments and how they will act whether I will use or lose the pigment in the hair to achieve the desired colour for my client.
If you are looking to achieve a cool beige blonde (you can see this colour on my Cool Beige/Brown page) on natural level 6 hair, I would lose the underlying pigment and work to cover up the warmth that will inevitably come out in the hair when I lighten it.
Keep in mind that you'll generally have to be aware of underlying pigment when you are lightening two shades or more from the natural hair colour and warmth will come out in the colour. You won't have to worry about it when going darker than the natural level, as there will be no threat of the colour appearing or effecting your formula.
On the right is the colour wheel when it's time to decide which colour to use to either work with or counteract the underlying pigment this is my guide.