Now that you’ve determined what color you desire (tone level and shade), if you didn’t, take a quick glimpse at these two articles first:
Let’s identify the right product and formula for your desired hair color.
I created this Flowchart that will ultimately help answer all of your questions.
Some of you may ask me, “Why did I choose semi-permanent coloring by default on hair with less than 70% grey if I do not want to lighter hair? Instead, why can I not just color my hair?” Well, the answer is simply that the results will be similar but the semi-permanent will leave your hair much shinier/healthier.
Alright let’s take some examples:
- You are a natural hair 6 (Dark blonde) with a few grey hairs and you want to be a 5.3 (Light brown gold), so the flowchart tells us that you should use a semi-permanent 5.3
- You are a colored hair 4 (Medium brown) but you want to be a 6 (Dark blonde), so the flowchart maps out a color remover and afterwards a semi permanent 6.01 (Dark blonde natural ash). The natural ash cancels the warmth of the color brought about by a color removing process.
- You are a natural hair 4 (Medium brown) and you want to be a 5 (Light brown), so the flowchart directs you to use a simple color 5
hair color formula
Ultimate Hair Guide