How To Fix Brassy Hair At Home
Believe it or not, I have finally uploaded my first video on YouTube, which I filmed like months ago! I guess I just didn’t know what to do exactly and if it’ll be of any help to explain how to fixed my brassy ombré hair.
I went through a few failed processes myself and now have figured a way to make my hair more ashy instead of this bright embarrassing orange. I hope this is helpful and hopefully save you from going through the same thing. I won’t be explaining each step here as it’s easier if you watch the video.
Edit: to prevent damage to you hair when bleaching, use Olaplex! It’s amazing and I’ve been using this since.
I bought most of my hair products from Capital Hair & Beauty in the UK. If you’re not able to buy from there, Sally Express also stocks most things.
Mixing: DIALIGHT should be mixed in a 1 to 1.5 ratio, i.e. 1 tube (50ml) DIA LIGHT + 75ml of DIACTIVATEUR 6, 9 or 15 volume.
Demi-Permanent Hair Dye:
L’Oréal Professionnel DIALIGHT 9.11- Deep Ash Milkshake
Demi-permanent color contains no ammonia and deposits only. It doesn’t lighten your hair and is mixed with a low-volume developer to help open the cuticle. It basically neutralizes by adding just color to your hair.
Ardell Hair Color Corrector, Red And Gold
This is optional but will definitely help cancelling all red and gold tones in your hair even more. I add this every time I dye my hair.
Clairol Shimmer Lights Shampoo + Conditioner
I used this once a week following their instructions. If you have really light blonde hair, this will make it purple if you leave it in any longer than recommended!
Stay tuned for my next video!