How to color 90% grey to brown/black NOT Jet black

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I've been using the two step method to cover my greys to black succussfully for over 5 years.  But lately, I want my hair to look more natural meaning black/brown but not jet black.  With 90% grey, I don't think a one step method will work (ie. 60% indigo/40% hena mix), since you will  see unnatural red tones that that I want to avoid. and with 90% grey, I don't think the dye will be strong enough to take up and the coverage probably won't last.  Does anyone have any suggestions?  Maybe vary the second step? 

Many thanks!

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Since last year I have been getting urticaria/hives, mainly when I am outside in the cold (cold urticaria) but have occassionally had them in the house.

I have seen an Immunologist who says the hives are cuased by having high histamine in the body (the cold casues the histamine to raise)

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