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Warm Tones
« on: 05 Feb 19 / 11:37 AM »
Hi All,

I have been dying my hair a light brown for over a year now. I have used semi's and permenants now but everytime, I dye it, the warm comes back in and it looks orange in some light. I hate being gingery.


What would you suggest to rid my hair of these warm tones?

I have tried Joico Colour Blanance Shampoo (blue one) but it did nothing. Any other ideas?

Would an ash dye work? An ash blonde or ash brown?

Many thanks
 

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Re: Warm Tones
« Reply #1 on: 07 Feb 19 / 08:51 AM »
Use a blue or green dye in some conditioner. Try blue first. You don't want it really dark, most blue dyes will need a little bit on the end of a teaspoon mixed into say half a cup of conditioner. Leave it for 30 mins or so. If that doesn't work try green.
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Re: Warm Tones
« Reply #2 on: 17 Feb 19 / 04:01 PM »
Thanks. Where Do I get blue or green dye from?
 

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Re: Warm Tones
« Reply #3 on: 18 Feb 19 / 02:49 AM »
You want something like Manic Panic or directions. www.beeunique.co.uk is a great place to get them.
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Re: Warm Tones
« Reply #4 on: 22 Feb 19 / 12:29 PM »
Yes totally agreed with Janineb, you can use a blue or green dye in some conditioner.
 

 

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