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Author Topic: Getting rid of green. - Completed Stage 3!  (Read 4172 times)  Share 

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zaralily

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Getting rid of green. - Completed Stage 3!
« on: 26 May 13 / 08:30 PM »
I applied Nice 'N' Easy Beige Blonde (up to 8 washes) over this:

Came out like this:

Here's showing how the green shines through in parts:

Going to apply it again tomorrow on my green/silver bits to see if it covers.
Otherwise, going to move onto Stage 2 which is getting a warm dark blond in a demi-permanent. Hopefully applying the Beige Blonde again will just last me a few weeks.

Update!

I never applied on another batch. I was trying to get this warm toner from superdrug:

I will be getting it to try and get some warm back into my hair just incase.
My mum couldn't find it so I used Matrix Warm Red Vivid Colour Stay Conditioner.
I got it a few years back for 1 at a Hair & Beauty Trade Show.


Just to make sure it didn't take really well to my ends, I put a thin layer of white conditioner on. Then mixed in some of the red conditioner with white conditioner. I let that sit for a few minutes. Then applied the red conditioner on straight and rinsed it out after I rubbed it into my hair.
I did this twice spaced a week apart. My hair looks pastel green and yellow when wet for some reason -.O
I'm going to apply another beige blond on and when it fades hope the green doesn't come back with a vengeance!
My hair looks like this:


ETA:
After finding out that Superdrug own brand has removed honey blonde (well all the blonde) toners off their shelfs. I looked at other options. I found Timoteo Golden Highlights Shampoo which is on it's way to me!

Anyways, it's time to apply my other box of Nice N Easys Beige Blonde on my hair.
I started off with:

I left it on for two hours and ended up with:



I'm very pleased with the results. It looks slightly green before I applied it on. I think if I continue toning with the golden shampoo I'll be alright and be able to keep the green at bay! And ignore my face I'd just woken up! aha.

Update with golden shampoo:

Alittle bit green in places but all in all, it's doing well :).

Updateeee :D

Decided to go a golden light blond so I just Provoke Colour Remover. I compared the ingredients to Colour B4 and Jo Bazz and they are all nearly the same.



I'm going to wait a week and see if it doesn't reoxidise and then put 12/3 on my roots and 12/3 (with 3%) on my lengths for the last 5-10 minutes :) I'll get a better photo in the morning :D
 

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Re: Dark blond - Getting rid of green. - Stage 2
« Reply #1 on: 24 Jun 13 / 08:08 AM »
Very nice :)
 

zaralily

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Re: Dark blond - Getting rid of green. - Stage 2
« Reply #2 on: 24 Jun 13 / 11:21 AM »
Thank you! :)
 

pippachainsaw

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Re: Dark blond - Getting rid of green. - Stage 2
« Reply #3 on: 24 Jun 13 / 07:59 PM »
coming along lovely :)
 

ModifiedMomma

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Re: Dark blond - Getting rid of green. - Stage 2
« Reply #4 on: 24 Jun 13 / 09:03 PM »
It really looks nice!  :D
 

Inquisitress

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Re: Dark blond - Getting rid of green. - Stage 2
« Reply #5 on: 24 Jun 13 / 10:55 PM »
Lovely :)
 

zaralily

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Re: Dark blond - Getting rid of green. - Stage 2
« Reply #6 on: 25 Jun 13 / 09:28 AM »
Thank you guys :D
 

 

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