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I COLORED MY HAIR WITH 311 WELLA AND #20 PEROXIDE. RECENTLY I HAVE NOTICED A BAND AT THE HAIR GROWTH MORE CLEAR THAN THE REST OF THE HAIR

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20 volume peroxide is correct. 30 volume is used to make hair much lighter so if you get just a band then it's probably just a freak occurrence - for an unknown reason that portion has either reacted more vigorously or the peroxide solution hasn't been mixed/agitated correctly before use.

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