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Banish Brassy Hair Safely With This DIY Toner

Banish Brassy Hair Safely With This DIY Toner

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How I Get Rid of Brassy Tones Quickly & Easily for Natural Looking Blonde Hair | Laura Rose Kensil

How I Get Rid of Brassy Tones Quickly & Easily for Natural Looking Blonde Hair | Laura Rose Kensil

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Wella T-18 toner for BLONDE/PLATINUM hair!   Pre-lighten the hair with Wella bleach to desired level before applying toner. If my roots are EXTREMELY  dark I use 30-40 volume on roots only otherwise you can use 20 volume developer. Never pre-lighten previously bleached hair for it can damage the hair. After lightening the hair to desired level mix 1 part Wella Color Charm toning color with 2 parts 20 volume Wella Color Charm developer. Apply to towel dried hair then develop for up to 30…

Wella T-18 toner for BLONDE/PLATINUM hair! Pre-lighten the hair with Wella bleach to desired level before applying toner. If my roots are EXTREMELY dark I use 30-40 volume on roots only otherwise you can use 20 volume developer. Never pre-lighten previously bleached hair for it can damage the hair. After lightening the hair to desired level mix 1 part Wella Color Charm toning color with 2 parts 20 volume Wella Color Charm developer. Apply to towel dried hair then develop for up to 30…

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Tenderfoot: (DIY) Hair Toner for Brassy Yellow and/or Orange Tones. Did this for 10 minutes with blue-green to get rid of brassiness after lightening my hair with 3% peroxide and it works great!!! 4-24-15 Jewel Day.

Tenderfoot: (DIY) Hair Toner for Brassy Yellow and/or Orange Tones. Did this for 10 minutes with blue-green to get rid of brassiness after lightening my hair with 3% peroxide and it works great!!! 4-24-15 Jewel Day.

Ask for natural-looking, sandy-beige highlights that are lighter around your face and towards the ends of hair. "Especially with brunettes, lightening your hair takes time. Upkeep: "The great thing about this look is that it's low-maintenance," Parks told us. Your highlights will grow out gradually, almost like they came from the sun instead of the salon. If they start to get brassy from the actual sun — which can happen — you can pop in every four to six weeks for

Ask for natural-looking, sandy-beige highlights that are lighter around your face and towards the ends of hair. "Especially with brunettes, lightening your hair takes time. Upkeep: "The great thing about this look is that it's low-maintenance," Parks told us. Your highlights will grow out gradually, almost like they came from the sun instead of the salon. If they start to get brassy from the actual sun — which can happen — you can pop in every four to six weeks for

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