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Wella Illumina Hair Colour 60ml - 10/81

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Since launching, ILLUMINA COLOR has become a global beauty phenomenon setting a new benchmark for naturalness in hair color with incredible light reflection and incredible hair protection while providing irresistible hair quality.Yes, you need purple - you could try a silver shampoo (eg. Bleach London - they do a Pearlescent one that is nice now as well) or if you want something that will last a bit longer the Loreal dialight toners/semi permanent dyes are really good. Have a look online to research but 9.02 is quite good, I have used it before. The second pic is one that I've just found - but googling Wella 10/6 does not bring up the colour that my hair has gone! ILLUMINA COLOR is a permanent color which can lighten, darken & enhance natural hair color giving it a sheer natural looking result. I had my hair bleached yesterday - hairdresser used Wella 10/6 (and maybe 10/81) but I feel it's too yellow. I feel like the lovechild of Draco Malfoy and the real Slim Shady. patented Microlight technology protects the cuticles, and allows light through creating incredible light reflection and unbeatable hair protection

Mixing ratio: 3 levels of lift - 1 part Koleston Perfect, 1 part Welloxon Perfect 12%; 2 levels of lift - 1 part Koleston Perfect, 1 part WelloxonPerfect 9%; 1 level of lift/coverage of grey/white same depth or darker - 1 part Koleston Perfect, 1 part Wel Wella Illumina Colour Range has a stunning range of 31 Colours which can mixed together meaning stylists and colourists can create range of infinite possibilities of colours.

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