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sheljack asked:

20 Nov 2010

What is the best way to get rid of slight yellow tones on bleached blonde hair? Please

I have just bleached my hair ice blonde, looks good but I have a slight yellow tone. What is the best way to get rid of the yellow tinge?

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sena95

sena95 says:

Posted on 20 Nov 2010

It sounds like you used hair color and not bleach. Hair color will only lift your hair color so far. Bleaching your hair requires the use of heat and the longer you leave it on the hair the lighter it will become. Gold to pale yellow to platinum. Pale yellow is the most desirable. Some bluing shampoos can cut the brassy bright yellow, but I don't think this will work for you. Go to a beauty school in your area because its cheaper and let them correct your hair color. After they bleach your hair and your hair grows out you will have to retouch only the roots. Putting bleach all over the head again will lighten the ends of the hair even lighter so you should not do this process yourself. Also putting on bleach all over your hair the second time can cause your hair to break off.

megatron

megatron says:

Posted on 20 Nov 2010

I agree with Sena;

don't try and correct this yourself, you may ruin your hair by pure accident.

good luck, dear(:

missymm

missymm says:

Posted on 23 Nov 2010

WTF?!? You can bleach your hair without using heat! Sena95 keeps answering questions but her answers arent true. >.< its bugging me.

Im guessing you mean you have brassy tones?

Theres this shampoo called "Shimmer Lights" they have it at Sally's Beauty Supply, my hair stylist said that it takes the brassy [yellow/orange] tones outta your bleach hair. I knowww from experience, (:

OKAY.

hah VVVVV

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