TONING BRASSY BLONDE HAIR || WELLA T18
Hello babes welcome back to my channel!
This is a really different video for me and I’m out of my comfort zone on this one so please be gentle 💁🏼♀️😂 in today’s video I show you how I toned my brassy blonde hair at home with the wella color charm t18 toner.
I got my toner and developer from Sally’s for super cheap!
It was really easy to apply And as you can see it totally cancelled out most of those yellow and brassy tones.
If you want to tone your hair, make sure you research the toner and shade and make sure your hair is light enough for the toner you are looking at!
Toner won’t lift your color much.
Maybe like a shade so you need to make sure your hair is the right shade for the shade of toner.
And again, I’m not a professional, I barely know how to braid my hair.
So if you want to come after me for doing something wrong, just nicely tell me what to do next time!
This was my first time toning so I know there were probably a million mistakes, and I know my hair isn’t perfect.
Being blonde is a process and sometimes that process includes your hair looking a little crazy for a little bit.
It doesn’t bother me, so it shouldn’t bother you!
Thank you guys so much for watching and I hope it was helpful or entertaining 🖤🖤 let me know if you have any questions in the comments below and if you have any tips let me know!
Products used in this video;
Wella Hair Colours and Toners
- Wella Hair Toners
- Wella Beige Hair Toners
- Wella Ash Hair Toners
- Well Silver/Grey Hair Toners
- Wella Ash Hair Colours
- Wella Double Ash Hair Colours
- Wella Natural Hair Colours
- Wella Color Charm Developers
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- HOW TO USE WELLA TONER T18, T14, T10, AND T28
Not sure the right hair colour or toner to apply? Talk to our hair colour specialist on 020 3916 5351, contact us or use the instant chat to message us and we will get back to you.
Video courtesy by Lesley Elizabeth