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If the bottom dye does not cover the whites, the problem may not be in the dye

As is known, bottom dyeing is a process that should be continued regularly every month. The whites coming out of the bottom are hardened over time and the white hair roots, which pass a beard, dry out and the pigment layer of the white hair becomes lighter, so you can see that the hair is not completely covered by the white hair or it remains visible with a bright reflection. At this stage, you can see that the application made is not related to the paint and you can benefit from the support toning in the operations to be done.


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