Is your hair toner making you look old?

Avoid this hair toning mistake that's making you look old

There's not much better than looking at your beautiful, freshly toned, brass-free hair.

But what if your toner is making you look..old?

A common home hair toning mistake I see most women make is to go too ashy with their formula.

Now hear me out, because I love cool tones as much as the next person.

But ONLY cool tones?

They might be washing adding years to your face.

Luckily, there's a quick solution.

Add beige.

Adding beige in with your favourite cool shade of toner will give you:

A brass-free, naturally cool tone that will add life back in to your skin.

My favourite?

Wella Colour Charm T18 Lightest Ash Blonde with Wella Colour Charm T11 Lightest Beige Blonde.

Here's the results:

Wella T18 and Wella T11 Results

See how it's still cool, but has a beautiful beige reflect in the sun?

Your skin will have a more youthful glow.

The light will bounce and shimmer from your hair.

Here's exactly how to create this result at home.

You will need:
Wella T18 Toner
Wella T11 Toner
20 Vol Developer
Applicator Bottle or Tint Bowl
Tint Brush

Your formula needs to have double the amount of developer to toner. If you're measuring in mls this would be (for example):
25ml Wella T18
25ml Wella T11
100ml 20 Vol Developer

If you don't have anything to measure in mls you can do the same thing with a spoon:
1 spoon Wella T18
1 spoon Wella T11
4 spoons 20 Vol Developer

Ideally, you want your mixture to process for a full 30 minutes.

However check often and wash out when you see your desired result.

Try this formula the next time you tone your hair.

I promise, you'll love it.

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