In this tutorial, you will learn how to remove a high-density dye like black or wine colors in two steps with gommage and nettoyage. This video is provided by Mrs. Shadi Homayouni. To join our classes on formula please contact us at 09192039642, 02188698115, or 02188698116.
Greetings. I’m Shadi Homayouni. I’m a formula expert and instructor. Today I'm here from Rojelab.net to show you how to remove black and wine colored dye from hair.
The first thing you need to know is to get to know the history of the client’s hair. How many times this dye has been done and when was it last applied. You then proceed to erase (gommage) and clean (nettoyage) the dye. For the first step, which is gommage,
We add some hot water to our powder and put that bowl in another bowl of hot water. Use a special sponge to apply the product. Start applying the product to the hair from the root, if the root also has dye, and if not starting where the dye is applied. Massage the hair and add the product until the end of the stem for twenty minutes.
During gommage, you can usually lighten the hair one and a half degrees only. It might not be very noticable. It’s during the nettoyage that you can see the hair lighten four to five degrees. The hair usually reaches levels 7 or 8. After this process is over, wash the hair using plain water and dry it, and move on to nettoyage. Mix your powder with oxidant level one. Start adding the product to the hair starting at one centimeter from the root. Wait fifty minutes. If the hair is thin, you can use oxidant level one, but if the hair is thicker, you can even use nine or even twelve percent oxidant. During the fifty minutes that you wait, you have to check the hair every ten minutes. This is to check the hair by pulling it, especially at the end of the stem. Wait fifty minutes to see the results.
After rinsing, you can use special shampoos used after the decoloring process. Next, you can dry the hair and apply the dye the client prefers. You can do this process only once a year and repeating this process can greatly damage the hair. Make sure to test the hair on all sides when you are working with a black, wine, or even henna. Pigmentation density for these colors are very high so you usually see different colors on different parts of the hair after a removal. You usually end up seeing red, orange, and dark brown across the hair. This is why it’s important to test the hair before going for dye removal.
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