Anonymous said: what's the darkest toner you can put on bleached hair?

I don’t understand the question… toner is the tone of the colour (cool, warm) and the level is how dark/light the colour is  


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Anonymous said: Since everyone's asking you about hair tips I thought I might give it a shot. (Sorry if you're annoyed with them) I have been highlighting my hair for quite some time now (if I didn't have roots coming in I'd basically look like a full blonde) my hair is like an ashy blonde and I want to get back to my natural colour (which is a medium brown) would you recommend doing it myself? (If so, how?) Or go to a salon? (In that case, what do I tell them to do?) Thanks beautiful, xo

Go to a salon (if possible) if your hair is super ashy you might end up with green hair if done by yourself. Bleached hair is very porous, and might take the wrong colour. Do it slow with lots of fine lowlights. Try a neautral warm shade! Good luck xx