MULTICOLORED Blonde HAIR MESS, HELP.Posted 6 months, 3 weeks ago
So I recently went on a bleach and toning adventure trying to get to super icy platinum blonde hair. Went from black hair. My hair is super light but now its uneven and looks like hell from uneven bleaching (ends didnt want to take). I just yesterday used purple brilliant blonde shampoo and it just took to the lightest part which is near my roots and stained it purple. All I want is it to be one color. Do I have to spot bleach it again in a month or so or IS MY HAIR LIGHT ENOUGH even on the ends where its yellow that Wella T18 turn it all into one color? Or will I still have multicolored hair? Thanks.
by AndyaPosted 6 months, 3 weeks ago
Getting the orange-yellow lengths of hair will need bleach to get as light as the area by the roots. As indicated this will require spot bleaching and be careful not to get the bleach on the white/silver hair. Love the white/silver color by the roots. A great job to the white from an original black color.
The orange/yellow hair is way too dark and way too much yellow for Purple Brilliant Blonde shampoo. This and other purple based/colored shampoos are effective at helping mask or hide tiny bits of yellow remaining in near white hair. This is why the white/silver hair turned a hue of purple. All the tiny yellow bits were hidden/masked. Strongly suggest based on my experience with Wella and the results you had with the Purple Brilliant Blonde shampoo to use the shampoo and not the Wella T18 when the yellow/orange hair becomes the same color as the inside of a banana peel. Wella toners have never given myself consistent results. Also Wella toners have washed out quickly in one to three washes. Wella T18 would also not work on the orange/yellow hair because there is way to much yellow and orange.
As mentioned suggest wait a month before trying to bleach again.. Suggest a strand test on a small section of the orange/yellow hair with the bleach to estimate a time to leave the bleach on the hair. From a post on this dyeing forum was a discussion that indicated bleach is effective for 60 to 90 minutes.
Best of luck. Singers like Madonna and Katey Perry went from black to white hair effectively. These are my suggestions and humble opinions based on over 30 years of non-professional experience.
by vivienne StaffPosted 6 months, 3 weeks ago
Yeah, I'd agree that you need to redo your lengths. The purple on the lightest portions should wash our over time, so that should look a bit less stark.
Posted 6 months, 3 weeks ago
Thank you so much. I will be redoing my lengths in a month. You have been so helpful!
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