Hair differs not only in color, but in texture, form, length, weight, and style.
With this said, Michelle Money's formula has been on a lot of your minds. Color brands differ from brand to brand. Such as, European to American color brands differ from level 2 to 5 (there usually 1 shade darker). But don't worry about that cause americans usually spend there time up in the 6's to California Blonde, aka 12's ;) off the charts people!!! BLEACH!!!
I've attached a simple Natural hair level chart.
Natural hair levels
- Very dark brown
- Dark brown
- Medium brown
- Light brown
- Dark blonde
- Medium blonde
- Light blonde
- Very light blonde
- Lightest blonde
Only by becoming intimately familiar with the uniqueness of each head of hair can you turn simple hairdressing into a work of art.
For my guests I use Dikson hair color! It is a Italian based color line.
When i color a guests hair, I take into consideration:
- Natural color (new growth), previous color (weather highlighted or colored)
- Porosity (dryness from new growth to ends)
- Damage or how compromised is the hair, this can totally alter your end result!
- Density (fine, medium and course) they all effect/take color different!
So down to the question of the month!!! What is Michelle Money's formula?
1TP k35 glaze on rest
Oh, and if your stylist doesn't know any of this! Just make an appt with me! Salon # 801-463-0555
Love your hair & your hairdresser
...the hair whisperer