Using on previously home-colored hair?
I have naturally blonde hair which for the past year I have been highlighting at salons for a more bleach-blonde look. I have decided to grow out my hair and save a bit of money, so i have skipped the salon recently - no trim, highlights since January. my dirty blonde roots were growing out and so, last week, I used an at home "light golden brown" permanent coloring kit to experiment with a darker shade. it looks ok, but I am excited to try this kit in light golden blonde. How long should I wait to try this color kit? would using this kit any time soon be too much processing for my hair? will the "light golden blonde" show up over "light golden brown"? permanent at home color? thanks!
asked 4 years ago
on Luxeblend™ Crème Hair Colour With Pequi Glossing Serum — Light Golden Blonde
Unfortunately, haircolour cannot lift previously applied haircolour. That would be a corrective colour situation best handled by a salon professional. If you want to go lighter, you could try highlights or perhaps wait a few months until your existing colour fades significantly and then try the lighter shade of LuxeBlend.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
(Los Angeles, CA)
I used this over a L'oreal haircolor and it took nicely. My problem was on my undyed hair which is a natural dark blonde. My roots took the color and came out super brassy as did most of my hair but new growth was the worst. I used the light golden blonde. It was too red/yellow for me.
answered 4 years ago
(Lake St Louis, MO)