Going Darker Blonde for Fall.

Hey Glam Fam, It’s officially Fall season and I have been decorating my home in Autumn decor, as you do…(blog post about that coming soon!)

And I was just not feeling my super light bleached blonde hair I’ve been sporting for a while now. I wanted a change, but I also hate change, lol so what does one do?

Well I decided to lower my developer. Instead of using my 20v developer, I went with a 10, which is the correct way you are supposed to use toner to begin with. A toner is used to deposit a tint to tone down the yellows and golds in your freshly bleached hair.

I used Wella 28 in Natural Blonde with 10 volume creme developer and the result was a darker shade of blonde, like a beige blonde.

It’s a light champagne blonde. The best thing about this toner is that it appears to give dimension to your color. The underneath seems a darker blonde, just like a natural blonde would have, hence the name, I guess.

See pics below in various lighting:

Really loving this color.

Items used: Wella Powder Lightner

30 Volume Creme developer

Wella Color Charm Natural Blonde toner

10 volume creme developer

A very cheap alternative to going to the salon. Happy coloring and Happy Fall y’all!

See my Bleach & Tone tutorial on YouTube! It’s a hot ass mess, lol, but hey, the results came out gawgeous.

Published by Trish Marlena Sword

Blogging about movies, fashion, skin care, beauty, hair, travel, food, mental health, trends, dogs and other musings. Glamour is letting your inner glitter sparkle on the outside.

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