BRASSY TO ASHY: TONING YOUR HAIR AT HOME

Is dying your hair yourself ever a good idea? TBH, probably not.

I’ve had an ombre style for around a year now, and whilst I love having lighter hair in the summertime, I am noticing that it’s getting gradually warmer and brassier with every wash. Brassy hair is a big no-no in my eyes, so I was on a mission to sort it out ASAP – and, after a quick Google, it turned out that all I really needed was a toner to neutralise some of those coppery tones. I’m legit skint at the moment – moving house is sucking the life out of my bank account – so I’m not inclined to pay for a professional to do it.

After twenty minutes on YouTube watching hair dye tutorials, I decided I was basically a hairdresser (MMMMmmmmKay), so took a stab at toning my brassy hair myself – with mixed results…

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2 thoughts on “BRASSY TO ASHY: TONING YOUR HAIR AT HOME

  1. Looks pretty decent to me!

    I’ve been coloring my hair at home on and off for 25 years. I’ve used box dye and pro stuff from Sally Beauty. Right now I’m only doing root touchups once a month and not touching the length because it’s totally overprocessed. So now I got this funky reverse ombré type things going on. Top part is quite red and the length is a darker reddish brown. Maybe one day I’ll go to the salon for some color correction, but for now I’m ok with what I got.

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