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Pack it in dry ice. Be sure both the dry ice and the fudge are well wrapped separatly.and insulation material around both. How much dry ice you ask? If you wrap a small chunk of dry ice with several wraps of newspaper it should last quit some time. It sounds like a trial and error problem. Where to buy dry ice? It's hard to find but stores that use it might sell some.
Your hair is turning green because your missing red when you color your hair. Gray is uncolored hair and to get to a dark chocolate brown you need to add a little red to the color to make up for this. You don't need to strip it out.
Have you heard of people using purple shampoo to neutralize the yellow tones of their blonde? Red will neutralize the green tones, so adding a little red to your color will do this for you.
permanent hair colors should not have ammonia in them although they do have
some peroxide in which is why they last for about 28 washes as opposed to
semi-permanents which only last for 6-8 washes.
Texturizing is the SAME thing as relaxing... same chemical and everything it's just milder (usually mixed with an oil to slow the process of relaxing down a bit) DO NOT let you texturize your hair! Perhaps you can make an agreement to wait until after you big chop to decide to texturize or not? Even then I wouldn't recommend doing it.if you have more side effact you need a homeopathy medicin you buy this on http://www.homeoinformation.blogspot.com (sabadela30)
You can only remove it by bleaching it. Usually though, we merely neutralize yellow by applying a permanent tint, demi-permanent color, semi-permanent rinse, or a colored shampoo in a complementary color, that is a hue that is opposite yellow on the color wheel. The hue most often used is violet.
I'm assuming that you installed the head-unit new and that the faceplate did (at one time) previously slide down the way it was intended to work - is this assumption correct?
Is the molding around the head faceplate (mounting ring) damaged?
Are you sure you're not using the semi-permanent mounting configuration??
(see page 6 of the manual)
This particular unit has the option for a semi-permanent mounting of the face plate. If the two screws are inserted into the sides, it will lock the face plate in to the head unit (have you done that?) - if so, removing the screws will allow the face plate to be removed.