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Gray hair is resistant to accept color.....You might try to find one of 2 products: " Zotos Porosity Equalizer" from Sally's or any beauty supply store. Also, Clairol has a new formulation called "Gray Solution", where there is a cream added to gray hair prior to adding color. This is for next time you plan to color.
In the meantime, you may want to purchase Roux Fanci-Full Color Styling Mousse in either #19 or
#18 to tone down the red tones from your local beauty supply or online.Good Luck
ok honey, first thing is don't freak, you will be ok. the only way to fix this is to go darker. with out a picture I'm going to do my best to help you. See if you can get a friend to help you do this. You will need to put the hi-lites in foils, try to get as much of the blond and as little of the orange as possible in the foil, coat with conditioner, and fold. this will keep them blond as I assume you want to keep them. Between the foils you will need to use a 5 or 6 ash based color, this will neutralize the orange color you have now. Use 10 vol developer or even 5 vol if your hair is in bad shape.leave on about 10 to 15 mins, rinse off a piece to check color progression, when it's a neutral brown you will need to rinse. I wouldn't leave it on more than 30 mins or you could end up ashy.
no I don't think it would. A beige is a red violet base. if you are orange you need to use a blue or ash based toner and a violet toner for the yellow, this will counter act the un wanted pigment. Not sur what to recommend in wella. I use redken at work.
Battery light green to yellow
Accessory yellow/black red
ground black black
Illumination light blue.red orange/white
Power antenna amp=blue blue
LF + orange/light green white
LF - light blue/white white/black
RF + dark green/orange gray
RF - white/light green gray/black
LR + gray/light blue green
LR - tan/yellow green.black
RR + orange/red violet
RR - brown/pink violet/black
**Keep all pairs together and you should be fine***