WinterWinds had a #28 -I keep using the other brand numeration- and it was quite “light”, super natural and visible, and yours I believe -correct me if I’m wrong- last longer in fade, it’s like you keep much more the ink than the average client -am I right? I remember how dark -for me, still natural- it looked after weeks, mine after 8 days started looking- give or take- like it’s looking now -even though I’ve got some fading-.
In any case Paul will decide what to do, my only concern now is that I’m extremely pale -this is always an issue, add that I live in Spain and everyone, even being caucasian, gets tan, and I’m like Casper…
Yes, you are correct, mine took a long time to settle, I must have a poor immune system!
After seeing Danny (Cheekychops) and Steve (Slaphead’s) treatments both by Simon, that is what I wanted, they were both dark. In an attempt to attain a dark treatment I actually tinted my eyebrows darker in a bid to trick Simon in to thinking my natural colouring is darker than it truly was lol 😆
Simon knows this now ha ha ha
In hindsight 28 was too dark because it took a long time to settle to match the rest of my scalp but ultimately meant that I went a long time without worrying about fading. When my before photos are put up you’ll see that my treatment looked uniform, with no real signs of desperately needing work (to the untrained eye at least).