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
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.