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How do you remove the yellow tint from gray or silver hair?

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You can only remove it by bleaching it. Usually though, we merely neutralize yellow by applying a permanent tint, demi-permanent color, semi-permanent rinse, or a colored shampoo in a complementary color, that is a hue that is opposite yellow on the color wheel. The hue most often used is violet.

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