(Closed) Hair Bees…. toner question

posted 4 years ago in Beauty
Post # 2
1613 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2018

I think it depends on the toner. What do you mean by less blonde? If it’s brassiness, purple shampoo/conditioner is surprisingly effective.

I’m not a licensed hairdresser, but I always do my own hair. Here’s the current color to give you an idea:


This is hair color from Wella t18 with 050 additive. Plus semi permanent purple, blue and pink. Unicorn hair ftw.

If you want deeper tones, but still the blonde. I would ask for lowlights at the salon.

Post # 3
5885 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: January 2017

Toner can definitively help you deepen up the light balayage and make it look more subtle. But you need to go to a professional for the application process because if you just stick a toner on yourself you’ll end up making a big mess of it– you’ll end up lightening up your base color and the risk is that you’ll get a lot of brassiness above where the blonde starts. Even demi /semi colors can lighten up your base/darker natural color. A hairdresser can put the toner EXACTLY where the balayage is only. 


You can tone the balayage a softer sand color (think Jen Aniston), a nice darker ash/cool blonde, medium cool blonde, ash caramel, deeper beige blonde, etc etc. Tons of options. GL

Post # 6
1033 posts
Bumble bee

Your hairdresser can do toner for very cheap. 

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