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Three solutions to this: you can dye them to match either bleaching the darker side till it's lightest blonde and adding a grey toner (hard to match and quite damaging, use a tone colorant which is a few shades lighter to color the white hair only (looks natural If done properly) while your hair is in that stage. Or shave your head.
You can either color the whole head a darker blonde or try and tone the gold band with a violet toner. Depending on how gold the band is and the color of the remaining hair, I would recommend using Redken Shades EQ in 9V. You will have to watch it closely in the shampoo bowl to make sure to get it just right and not over tone the rest of the hair.
I have been a hairdresser for 30 years! This is what needs to be done YES use a ash based color ! Use a 8 or a 9 with 10 volume peroxide and it will tone down the brassy color and make it a nice golden blonde with the least amount of damage to your hair ! Compared to the others advice!
The color which is in your hair will be there untill you remove them with the help of bleach, I will not recomment you to do a bleach as u have recently colored your hair and it can cause damage to your hair... i will recommend oil treatmet, do a coconut oil massage evry night and wash it back in morning do it for a week and then next week you can bleach your hair so that it will not be damaged
The Dark natural is the best choice but when your hair grow they are naturally grey or white, the show a great different that look odd sometimes. Try one tone down in darker shades. Ash grey is a good option if that suits you and your complexsion. If you need further assisstance tell me your complexsion tone.
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remove the toner cart and lower the top cover about 1/2 way. Look inside and you will see 2 grey rollers hanging from the top on 2 arms. Move the right side arm to the right and grey rollers will fall out (they are as wide as a sheet of paper)
use a light scrubbing with a damp cloth to remove the grey, the rubber should be a tan colour. Dry them off well, insert the left side first (cover in the 1/2 closed position makes moving that right arm easy. install the toner cart again and print a page. It should be nice and dark now, just make sure the rollers are dry when you reinstall them.
Not exactly... the term "dye" causes a lot of confusion, but dye generally means making the hair darker. To make the hair lighter you must use a special bleach. Hair bleaching is permanent and cannot be rinsed away. It can be dyed back to it's original color however, but the bleach does damage to the hair. In extreme cases, where the hair was dark brown or black and is bleached to blonde, the hair becomes very thin and resembles the texture of cotton. You can lighten hair temporarily by using theatrical hairsprays. These come in every color of the rainbow including white, gray and blonde. These color sprays actually sit on the outside of the hair strand, and can be shampooed completely out after brushing the hair.
I would honestly pay to go and get your hair done only because with personal exseperiance the cream peroxide and bleach powder fried my sister in laws hair so bad that she had to go get her haid stipped professionaly. If you don't mix the formula right you can actually loose your hair. That's just my exsperance.