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... treated hair. If your blonde highlights are bleached, they aren't going to fade. I choose to use a moisturizing conditioner on my highlighted hair. ... (1 replies)
... onditioned my hair and continued with styling. This is what they did for the toner on me. Toner usually fixes the hair tone and evens it all out. If there is any brassy color, toner will get rid of this. It's often used with bleach because some people get more of a "yellow" color and this will turn it more blonde. ... (7 replies)
... Most people I know that try to go blonde or do blonde highlights on even medium brown hair aren't too successful and get orangey color. I've never had this happen at a salon EVER and the color always comes out good. ... (12 replies)

... Hi, violet based toners are what you need. But, if you're willing to do it yourself, get a hilighting kit and draw a few around the front and top area (only on the already brassy hilighted ones to get it to a light yellow -- BUT don't go to white). The combination of colours will probably look great. If you're still seeing too much brassiness, use a shampoo with a... (3 replies)
... I've recently had my hair highlighted and I'm struggling to get the color right. ... (3 replies)
... t be lifted enough to get rid of the brassiness. ... (21 replies)
... I saw some stuff at Sally Beauty Store that gets brassy tones out, try nored, or try going to their website to see what they sell, the stuff I saw came in little tiny bottles or packages, good luck! ... (3 replies)
... Every time I get my blond highlights done, they turn brassy within the 1st 2 weeks. How can I get rid of the brassiness and is there a way I can get my highlights to stay BLOND, not brassy and brown! it drives me crazy because I spend a lot of money on them. ... (4 replies)




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