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Here I have a small solution about these combinations that will address your concerns easily.
Most natural colors started with N in many hair colors brands and they are started from 1 to 10.
The primary number is put before the decimal point such as 1/0,2/0 or 3/0 and the number after the decimal point shows the color tonnage.
The number before the decimal point means the base of color. For example in N8 haircolor or 8/0:
0 indicates that the color is natural and 8 is our base color. so if you need the color with 8-base, you should use 8/0 which means natural 8.
Then we got smokey or olive colors:.
Here 2 shows the olive color saturation but they are not the same in all the catalogs.
Most cataloges show them as 2,3 or 0/3 but they are all about olive or smokey colors. Just try to learn and remember the terms used by each brand. For example, the matte color means olive.
Such as beige, matte or golden and write the colors bases are written first.
For example 8/2, 8 its base and the matte means olive-like color.
Some colors may not have copper while we want to make copper-like color.
You should choose your base color the same as your main color's base. it means that you can not use the base color No. 9 for the copper color because using number 9 can ruin your hair's color if you wash your hair.
So for copper combination use its basic colors such as No. 6 or 7 which have red or copper tonnage.
Well, we are going to explain smokey colors. most gray or smokey colors started with "A" although it may be different in other brands. But in Valvar haircolor numbers A6/A7/A8/A9/ or A10 represent smokey colors that have a base color like No. 7,8,9,10 or 11.
The No. 11 has smokey tonnage. For copper, we have No. 5/44,6/44 and 7/44 that you can choose your basic color by using these number.
Golden has a lot of use cases.
We use a golden combination for white hair.
We use golden No. 5 or 6 for older women to cover their white hair while it won't look gray instead of gold.
Now we go to the color of tobacco. Valvar tobacco colors have 3 numbers such as 5,6,7 and these numbers are the basic numbers for tobacco.
There isn't a No. 9 or No. 10 or darker base colors for tobacco. so you can combine colors based on these numbers that you see in the video.
For example in "5/45", 5 is your base color and 45 is your tobacco tonnage.
Remember to use natural colors in all of your combinations.
You see Nescafe colors that are in the base with 5,6,7,8,9 numbers. but Valvar hair colors have No. 10 for basic colors and No. 10/47 or No. 9/47 is used for caramel colors.
But we can use base colors from No. 5 to No. 8 for Nescafe color.
Valvar hair colors have its own combination that named Golden Ash, in case we want to use a combination of golden and ash, there exist base colors number 7,8,9 but we can not use base colors No. 5 or 6, so just use a base color of number 8 or 9.
In wine-colored part, we got wine-colored with purple and another one that is not mixed with purple.
We want to make a hazel combination, But how can we combine the colors?
hazel is a color that has more red tonnage than other colors. We use the combination number 5/65 and mix it with natural color No. 5 or 6.
Mahogany and chestnut colors are near each other and we can substitute them instead of each.
We have chestnut color from number 3 to number 6 or 5 and we don't have basic numbers 9 or 2.
For making these colors you can combine natural colors and tobacco together which has less red tonnage in it. Then you'll get a beige color.
The beige color is in base numbers 8,9,10 but not in number 5 or 6.
If we want to gain this combination we can combine smokey and golden colors. but Valvar already has this color combination and it's more comfortable vs mixing this beige combination.
The basic numbers are 7,8,9 but valvar has 2 combinations, number 7 and number 9. one is dark honey and the other one is bright honey.
The number 6 and 9 are the base of hair colors. you use number 6 in the base of 6 or 7 and use number 9 in the base of 8 or 9.
Highlights are used for staining. Valvar hair colors have 6 or 7 for highlights that are beautiful combinations and you can use them individually.
All these highlights can be used for bright colors. 12/1 is smokey, 12/3 is olive, 12 is a base, 1 or 3 are tonnage, 12/5 is golden, 12/9 is for a pearl which is very useful, and 12/12 is silver which is also useful.
We use mix tones such as red, blue, green or silver and we can combine them with others like green, red or blue.
There is a 000 mix tone that is used for brightening or bleaching and we can combine it with number 12.
Just remember that don't combine red and smokey colors together because warm and cold colors can't combine together.
I suggest using Valvar hair colors.