Not everyone likes the warm, brassy tones that brunettes naturally have, and blondes tend to pick up. But using store-bought toners regularly can damage your hair. But did you know that you can make your own toner solutions at home? Following is a list of 6 DIY hair toners that you can prepare at home.
Glow Tonic by Pixi : It contains glycolic acid, the holy grail of beauty product ingredients, which is supposed to remove the top layer of skin by breaking down skin cells, thus making you look fresher and younger!
I love this one but my manager said no to "fad hair cuts". So I couldn't do lavender. SILVER LAVENDER Using all I also dragged out her natural base color so her maintenance would be lower. Base: Ends: Styled by my assistant
Ohhhh this blonde! Tried out a new technique by lightening the perimeter first then balayaging the rest to refresh, finished with a toner melt! Technique was easy and impactful, and can't wait to try it again!✨ by