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Bleach White Toner Kit by Bleach London

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Bleach London White Toner | Review & Results | Stylingo

Hi there, I recently used Bleach Londons White Toner on my bleached blonde hair. I have naturally dark blonde/light brown hair so needed to lighten about 6 shades to get the white blonde I was hopefully aiming to achieve! For this I used L’Oréals extreme platinum off the shelf dye. It worked! I was pretty much white apart from some stubborn yellow tones through the mid section of my hair. I decided to use Bleach Londons White Toner as it seemed to offer exactly what I was after….a white blonde with reduced yellow tones? I followed the instructions and left the toner on my hair for exactly 15 mins. Unfortunately for me, the result ended with a very grey/lilac effect on the roots and ends and the yellow tones still pretty much the same! ! Awww! Disappointing! I hav realised through all this experimenting that hair is complicated! I think the white toner would probably work well on hair that was ‘pure’ before bleaching. .ie; not previously had any semi or permanent colour added to it? Like a blank canvas! My hair has seen years of colouring so that may explain the uneven results I got using Bleach London?

Overall, I was pretty pleased with the Bleach London toner. I think it would work really well for people who just want to eradicate the very brassy tones in blonde hair, rather than necessarily get their hair as pale as I want it. It will definitely also be a good option for people who hate the fact that other purple-based toners like Directions can make hair turn lilac as, although it kind of looks it in the photo of my roots, it hasn’t actually done that at all.

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    Overall, I was pretty pleased with the Bleach London toner. I think it would work really well for people who just want to eradicate the very brassy tones in blonde hair, rather than necessarily get their hair as pale as I want it. It will definitely also be a good option for people who hate the fact that other purple-based toners like Directions can make hair turn lilac as, although it kind of looks it in the photo of my roots, it hasn’t actually done that at all.

    Hi there, I recently used Bleach Londons White Toner on my bleached blonde hair. I have naturally dark blonde/light brown hair so needed to lighten about 6 shades to get the white blonde I was hopefully aiming to achieve! For this I used L’Oréals extreme platinum off the shelf dye. It worked! I was pretty much white apart from some stubborn yellow tones through the mid section of my hair. I decided to use Bleach Londons White Toner as it seemed to offer exactly what I was after….a white blonde with reduced yellow tones? I followed the instructions and left the toner on my hair for exactly 15 mins. Unfortunately for me, the result ended with a very grey/lilac effect on the roots and ends and the yellow tones still pretty much the same! ! Awww! Disappointing! I hav realised through all this experimenting that hair is complicated! I think the white toner would probably work well on hair that was ‘pure’ before bleaching. .ie; not previously had any semi or permanent colour added to it? Like a blank canvas! My hair has seen years of colouring so that may explain the uneven results I got using Bleach London?