Even/blending out uneven (brassy) roots with pravanaPosted 2 years, 3 months ago
First time posting here so please be kind...
I bleached my roots a couple weeks ago with Schwarzkopf BlondMe + 30vol + Olaplex but ended up washing it out a little too early which left me with yucky brassy roots.
I didn't feel like going back in with bleaching again (especially since my skin/scalp has been extra sensitive lately )
I put a mixture of pravana violet and silver after, hoping the violet would tone the roots down a bit and make it a little better.
The color is faded now and I'm ready to re color with pravana but my roots are really bugging me....
I'm wondering if a deeper purple at the roots would help? Or would I really have to bleach again?
by blu123Posted 2 years, 3 months ago
It depends on what look you want to achieve and if it's going to work with the colour the rest of your hair is now. A bit more information might help others give you more advice.
A deeper purple at the roots would make a nice ombe look if the ends are lighter. . You don't have to bleach your roots if you want to use a darker colour, but if you decide on a colour change in the future then your roots will be extra long and it will more difficult to get an even base.
Posted 2 years, 3 months ago
I want to stick with a Smokey lavender/purple ombré (possibly into silver ends).
I wouldn’t mind a darker purple root shadow-y look though..
I’ve been trying to upload a picture but I can’t seem to for some reason?
by Folk_LaurPosted 2 years, 3 months ago
That smokey lavendar silver color requires a very light base and the orange would present a problem there bc it isn't light enough. A deeper purple won't remove the orange but it will cover it. Im not sure the best way to go about removing the orange from just the roots like that. Normally I would suggest attempting to strip out the color w a clarifying shampoo or color remover, but bc it's only your roots I'm not sure what to suggest other than another round of bleach. I will say tho that if you have a sensitive scalp ion sensitive scalp developer cream is uhhh-mazing!!!!
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