Touching Up/ Bleaching Roots Is A Pain In The Arse




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beanybeans11: Thanks for your vids! So helpful! Have you ever tried or heard of Kaleidocolors hair bleach? I tried this a few days ago for the first time but still feel like I need to tone out some yellow/brassy....I am thinking of using Wella Color Charm Ivory Lady....what do u think? Is this a good idea?

Imdonewithyou100: I love this guy. c;

j0sy7: hey :D i do tone my hair myself, and i actually have a video on that: look it up on my page: i explain a few things on there :) also, the manic panic stuff IS a toner and it does make your hair white, but only if you have bleached your hair to a pale yellow stage. when i use it, i kinda just apply it all over, it doesnt really matter if u apply it to the roots or scalp. you will have to leave it in for at least a good hour or more. hope that helps, let me noe if u have more questions :]

njbhcolio: hi i want to bleach my friends hair into pamela anderson blonde do u recken i should use clairol born blonde to and then a toner to bleach her hair she is naturally black hair and liitle coloured part growing out

takemebck09: i used the 7th stage and OMG! it burns!!! my hair is like really long and i would have to buy a tub lol... id rather go the bleaching way.. but i think its good for root tough up

firstbb24: wow your hair looks great!

j0sy7: @JLeighgurl04 well, the purpose of the second step is to get rid of the yellow tones of the hair: this process is called toning- where you use a very lightly-tinted dye to cancel out the yellow tones in the hair. this step is usually done right after bleaching. if you are trying to get your hair to a very pale blonde.. almost white, using a toner that has a violet base will work nicely. nordic blonde seems to be the closest to a platinum-- keep in mind this is a haircolor, not a toner, but

j0sy7: @j0sy7 results wont vary too much if you decide to use white lady instead. if your hair is black or dark brown, a 2 step bleaching process is most likely inevitable-- using heat speeds up the process. though now that u have done your whole set of hair, doing the roots is a faster process because the heat from your scalp makes the hair lighten faster. :) when bleaching your roots, i would use 7th stage .. weith a 30 voulme developer-- mixing it with 2-3 lightening activators.

adamdotcom: Some quick questions: Do you dye/tone your hair yourself? If so, how? I bought some of the Manic Panic Virgin Snow stuff you mentioned, it says don't apply to your roots/scalp....why? Do I use that after I tone? And is it white? Hope you can help. :) Thanks.

n4gauge: hey about retouching ur roots did u do it in 2-3 bleaching again?

ImSoHappiNinja: Im getting like 5 bottles of this to use on my yellowish hair and im leavin it in for a hour!!! cant wait!!

j0sy7: thank you lol

Laupariss: .........But I have to know if the toner is just a colour corrector or a dye. So does it just strip the copper out or does it leave like a film on each hair? Thanks for helping out.

j0sy7: well, ivory lady is a hair color, but it will most likely do the job. if its just toning down the yellow, i would use a toner like wella white lady,

j0sy7: @j0sy7 the standard mixing process for the products i use is: use 4 oz of developer (in your case 30), 2 oz. of lightener (7th stage) and add lighening activators -- 2-3. mix and apply. process 45-60 mins.

j0sy7: unfortunately i don't have any links : but im pretty sure that if you search for beauty supply stores online, you might find sites that ship abroad or maybe even find a local store or something . i'm sorry im not much help in that aspect :/

Laupariss: thanks for your help. My idea is to get an overall lighter cold look and then put a nice ash brown dye over my hair so the gold and copper won't shine through if you know what I mean. I know I can throw a brown colour in my hair now but to keep it looking ashy I'd have to reduce the copper tones... so what I was thinking, I could use a toner with a 20 developer, that way i'll have a better base colour for colouring.

matzyy94: Are you gay? You're pretty :3

j0sy7: @ImSoHappiNinja nooo dont leave it on for an hour! your hair will turn a muddy purple! 20 mins at the most!

j0sy7: @Laupariss toners are meant for blonde shades. i don't know if a toner will help your red hair --- you can use a rinse perhaps? .. but those wash out everytime you shampoo. i would maybe try something like manic panic dyes ( a semi-permanent dye) - you can just process for 15 mins to refreshen the colour- it lasts for a couple of weeks and it doesnt require a developer

j0sy7: lol : it doe work ok, but it didn't really stay in for too long :/ t18 is the best , i think :D

Laupariss: Nice color! I hope you can help me. I have an ugly copper hair tone (I'm asian) after my dye has been washed out. Can I bring back the reddish with a toner and what will it turn out? Thank you.

Aubrey H: @paintdrippin why? whats henna?

ImSoHappiNinja: @j0sy7 Smf. Im getting it still but it will change my golden blonde hair to plat blonde?

TiFFerzZehNiNjA: omg i use the same bleach u use!! XD! its awesome for dark ass hair O_O

j0sy7: well manic panic is more of a dye, silvershampoo is just a very mild version of a toner. i know john frieda has red shampoo/conditioner line for red hair - you should try that! or u can add 1 part manic panic dye to 3 parts conditioner to help with refreshing color as well :)

Andrea Montanez: Hey, love the color! Do you think born blonde from the box kit will work like your's?

FUNKYMACGIRL: t18 is my FAV...i try new things butt nothing compares to white lady...i tried Clariol 323 and it worked allright..

j0sy7: its a dye it doesn't strip out color- what a toner does is tint the hair with a very light hue of blue or violet to cancel out yellow/orangy/brassy tones.

paintdrippin: ya well i find that blue bleach & blue/violet toners work better then violet in my hair maybe b/c no one told me that paul mitchell has henna in there shampoo!

j0sy7: @n4gauge i did it in 2. - i would try using a 40 vol. developer to retouch.. but be careful not to apply to the hair that is already bleached ... it will break. if you're not comfortable using 40, use the 30 vol. and do it in 2 sittings. :)

Laupariss: Does manic panic work the same as silvershampoo (the purple shampoo)? Because I've tried that and it did help a little but not enough.

j0sy7: i would use 7th stage, it lifts more, faster, and it has a blue tint to tone down the orage tones that will happen when bleaching from black to light blonde. for toner, i would use wella white lady or clarol 323D extra light platinum

j0sy7: @ImSoHappiNinja if its a golden blonde, u might need to lighten a bit more before toning. ur hair should be a pale yellow color before toning in order to get a nice platinum/white blonde
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touching up/ bleaching roots is a pain in the arse