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Author Topic: How to achieve a medium ash blonde colour???  (Read 1699 times)  Share 

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How to achieve a medium ash blonde colour???
« on: 30 Nov 15 / 06:41 PM »
Hi everyone... Please need some urgent advice on ongoing hair crisis.

I've had a naturally dark brown hair which I bleached and it turned orange so  then waited couple weeks and dyed it with koleston 8.1 and 30vol developer it did neutralise the orange tones but it does look like a caramely ginger colour!!!! What can I do to go lighter. I'd like to achieve a medium ash blonde colour??? *anyone*

Should I use something like wella toner would that lighten it??? Or do I need to do bleach or bleach bath???? ::)

Any advice would be really appreciated.  Thanks

Wicked Pixie

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Re: How to achieve a medium ash blonde colour???
« Reply #1 on: 30 Nov 15 / 07:02 PM »
It is extremely difficult to get ash tones over a warm base.
Your base needs to be as light or one level lighter than the shade you are trying to achieve,
To get a light ash blonde you will need to use a colour remover, then lighten to a level 8/9. You can then use a level 8 ash demi with a low vol developer or you can tone with a direct dye to avoid more damage


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