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Discussion and Reviews on Reddit
New blonde here, how do I get to that "silver/ash" color? [R]2 years, 10 months agoSept. 26, 2016
Sept. 26, 2016
> your best bet is to do a bleach bath and a coconut oil treatment
I did read about putting a lot of coconut oil into your hair for a few hours and into the bleach treatment because it prevents damage, so I will do that next time then. However, what is a bleach bath? Is that just bleaching it again? If so, how long should I wait? It's healthy and strong now, still, but I want to keep it that way.
He got the same haircut as a Gloom [R]2 years, 11 months agoGiggleGiggleTeeHee posted submission on Justfuckmyshitup.
Aug. 18, 2016
Aug. 18, 2016
It's cheap on Amazon . I only use half the bottle (with 15vol developer) so it's good for two touch ups.
Just be sure to do a test strand the first time. It works so well that it's easy to get a lavender hue if you leave it on for a few minutes too long. I kind of like that though!
Tried making my hair silver a couple weeks ago. Massive fail ( lots of purple, lots of blonde ). How do I get the purple out already ? [R]3 years, 1 month agoMay 26, 2016
May 27, 2016
Here is a link to it on Amazon. Do they ship to you or do you have Sally Beauty Supply type stores where you live?
Black to blonde hair with 3 boxes Palty Japanese dye [R]3 years, 8 months agomakesmethinkofyou posted submission on AsianBeauty.
Nov. 10, 2015
Nov. 10, 2015
Wow your hair looks awesome! If you really want to remove the more orange tones I really recommend doing a Wella toner it's not at all harsh on the hair and you can put it on like shampoo and then wash it out after 15ish minutes. It'll do a much better job than the purple shampoo which is more for maintaining that ashy tone the toner produces. If you're totally happy with the tone (I think it looks great!) then disregard this but I got the vibe that you were looking for something ashier.
Sometimes an impulse buy REALLY pays off. Seems like I'll have to track down some platinum blonde/hair bleach before the end of the month. ;) [R]3 years, 9 months agoBackOfTheHearse posted submission on buffy.
Oct. 7, 2015
Oct. 7, 2015
A regular bleaching kit will give you the yellowish hair like Season 2 Spike.
If you're going for the whiter hair, like Season 5, you will want to use a toner.
When I used to bleach my hair white, I used White Lady.
If you go to a Sally's beauty, they would have everything you need. Be careful not to leave the toner in too long. Otherwise you'll look like this.
okay, should I go pale pink or pale mint green with the hair I have now? any tips on how to get there besides bleaching would help [R]3 years, 9 months agolydiadovecry posted submission on FancyFollicles.
Oct. 1, 2015
Oct. 2, 2015
yeah mine is very yellowy. i dont necessarily want to take it to a total blonde/white, and I've heard it isn't necessary anyways. inside of a banana yellow. yep, i know the coconut oil trick its AMAZING. i use a purple toner shampoo, that works sort of well, this I ordered is arriving tomorrow. thats what i love about doing my own hair, its such a great learning process, I call it my science experiment :). i am bleaching the ends right now, so we'll see what happens. i'm leaning towards mint on the bottom and pastel pink up top. this is what it looked like before bleaching the bottom today.
also, thank you for your info! everyone has different ways of dying their hair so i always welcome hearing different techniques.
New to platinum hair and so paranoid about it turning yellow! [R]3 years, 11 months agoAug. 10, 2015
Hey guys, I recently went platinum in July from a balayage. I'm dividing the process into two sessions and go for my second session next Thursday. Here's the thing. My hair was dyed in sections when I had the balayage done, so not all of it is out. The mid shaft of my hair is a more yellow tint than the ends and roots. I noticed this turns even more yellow between shampoos (I'm a grease monkey).
I only wash my hair once a week with distilled water (to protect from metals. Louisiana water, yay) and use Redken clarifying lotion and Unite Blonda shampoo. I spray in Healthy Sexy Hair leave in conditioner and rub argan oil through then blow it out. Throughout the week, when I see oil (usually 2 days after the shampoo), I use AG Hair dry shampoo in white.
Here's my list of questions:
I've read numerous times that argan oil can turn blonde and platinum hair brassy, is this true? I use Unite argan oil. What should I switch to if I need an oil before a blow dry. I was considering coconut oil soaks before my once a week shampoo.
This second bleach session should get the remaining color out right?
Would it hurt to do a midweek shampoo? Maybe with regular shampoo and conditioner? My hair is a very fine texture. I spent the weekend in a disgusting smokey casino. Washed my hair Saturday, and today is Monday. I would LOVE to wash it again today. I fear the smoke tinted my hair, and it feels disgusting. I also smell like a smokey grape due to a combination of my purple shampoo and smoke.
Pictures: Before (balayage)
First day (Stylist left in purple shampoo and conditioner a while because she was worried I was going to wash my hair in faucet water)
Today after smokey casino The smoke obviously affects more than my hair's well being
Close up The yellow to white transition drives me crazy!
Underside I noticed this is pretty yellow and there's some parts of the ends that are yellow as well. This has been since the appointment.
I know the transition is a process and I should be patient, but I'd like some care tips as well! Also my phone makes it look very silver. Trying to get it as white as possible! Like this!
Wanting to buy a white toner (either Directions White toner or Manic Panic Virgin Snow), do you guys have compared these? [R]4 years agopapeipou posted submission on FancyFollicles.
June 27, 2015
Dear everyone, I've been wanting to get a white toner, and would like your opinion on both of these. And if you have a white toner that is better, please link me to that!
And secondly; What is the difference between a white toner and a silver toner?
Help achieving my desired shade of blonde! [R]4 years, 1 month agoMOWEN90 posted submission on femalehairadvice.
May 27, 2015
So I've recently gone blonde and I want to dye it to achieve a more neutral/ash blonde. My hair is fairly light currently, and I don't want to go lighter, just towards a more neutral/ash tone.
My problem is that some of my hair is still a bit brassy. I've gotten highlights that are not quite all-over but i have quite a lot that just made my hair look lighter all over. So basically I have highlights that are quite light but a bit of brassiness underneath them.
I was thinking about dyeing my hair with a neutral blonde dye or toner to help combat that, because I've heard an ash blonde dye might be too extreme? Is this a good idea, or is there something else I should try?
I'm using Clairol Shimmer Lights shampoo and it really brightened my highlights but not the brassier parts which are a bit too dark to be affected I think.
May 27, 2015
Dont forget the developer!
Light enough to tone to platinum, or bleach one more time? [R]5 years agokchap188 posted submission on FancyFollicles.
June 29, 2014
June 30, 2014
I've heard people have good luck with the wella white lady toner? The only ones I've used at the Wella pro lines though so I haven't experienced it myself.
Thinking of changing my hair to a silver+purple combo, where do I start with my current color? [R]5 years, 1 month agoMengerSpongeCake posted submission on FancyFollicles.
June 15, 2014
June 15, 2014
You're going to have to bleach it. Using a box color blond isn't going to get it light enough. Unless you specifically tell your stylist you're going for white/silver, they're probably not going to lighten you to that shade.
I have a medium/dark blond, and it usually takes two bleach cycles for me to get the color I want. I could get the color I want all in one day, but it would fry my hair. I space my bleaching cycles out about a week, and tone with conditioner I mix with a small amount of my purple dye. (I've been doing purple for a few years now.)
If you're looking for a silver/white, I recommend T18, it really does get you light. For best results with this toner, I've personally had to get my hair as light yellow as it gets with bleach first.
Thinking of dyeing my hair grey, any recommendations or advice how. [R]6 years agoJuly 23, 2013
I'm a 17 year old whose hair is naturally fair/"dirty"blonde, is there any way of doing it without permanently damaging my hair with peroxide
July 23, 2013
If you want dye to stick at all, you need to bleach your hair. The damage is what gives the dye something to hold on to.
Since your hair is already light, you probably won't need to do too much, just enough to rough it up a bit (though the more damaged your hair is, the better the color will stick -- the trick is to find the balance between "color staying in" and "hair becoming brittle"). To actually get a color on the white-silver-grey spectrum, you'll need to use a lavender toner to balance out the yellow your hair is naturally. Quick googling suggests Wella Color Charm T18 White Lady; it's been a looong time since I dyed my hair at all, and even longer since I did silver, so I don't know if that's the best for this, but I do recall Wella being one of the better brands.