I would still use 30 and adjust your formula accordingly! Add some extra blue/violet into your red formula to tone out the copper but add the red :)
Or you can also use like a warm dimensional blonde shade and then color it. It just depends on how bright she wants to be
She has extensions underneath her real hair you can tell because she used to be a blonde and then she colored her hair that violet red. I’m worried because I bought copper highlights before (not w this gal) and tried to change the tonality of the res and it was so difficult . I still never got a spot on even after going through
Color theory of lightning and recoloring of Extentions. I’m thinking I should go lighter like you said with a warm color and then color her hair and Extensions altogether. 😫
30 is coppery but you could color over it and you don’t need a filler, Or use 613 and color it
I would use #33.
Yes I didn’t look at that. I will look at that. Thank you so much.
That is really close what is the quality on that one? How do you used it?
Aqua has a great one that’s realllly close to that... I just had to look it up for someone
I’ve liked it, seems to hold up well too! I felt like the lightest ones got a little dry but the dark is great.
Color 99J would prob work best
It might be a little darker but would prob be super close to same tones
This is her inspiration picture.
I just got some in from aqua in the 99J and it’s gorgeous!