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Author Topic: Will toner cool down orangy tones of virgin hair?  (Read 2635 times)  Share 

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Will toner cool down orangy tones of virgin hair?
« on: 18 Jun 16 / 01:16 PM »
Hi everyone! So i got a question, do you think if i put toner (which is a silver hair dye by la riche) on my entire warm medium brown virgin hair it will cool down the warm tones?
Because i want to bleach my hair in an ombre and put colored dye on it, but since my hair color is warm and has some natural orangy tones i don't think this assemblage of 2 colors would look pretty with this marron i have.. So i had this idea yesterday but i'm not sure it will work? pls help?
 

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Re: Will toner cool down orangy tones of virgin hair?
« Reply #1 on: 18 Jun 16 / 04:21 PM »
You can technically tone any colour of hair, but that particular dye will only show on very light blonde hair.
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Re: Will toner cool down orangy tones of virgin hair?
« Reply #2 on: 18 Jun 16 / 06:17 PM »
You can technically tone any colour of hair, but that particular dye will only show on very light blonde hair.

Ok thanks, but will this be usefull to tone it with my purpose? I don't want my hair to be silver or anything, i just want to cool down  the natural brown i have because it is warm..
 

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Re: Will toner cool down orangy tones of virgin hair?
« Reply #3 on: 18 Jun 16 / 09:34 PM »
It won't do anything at all on hair that isn't light blonde, it isn't very strongly pigmented.
For darker hair you need a darker toner, a purple based blue like Directions Neon Blue diluted would be a better choice. (It dilutes to a very similar shade to the silver)
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