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Bleach White Toner Kit by Bleach London

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  • Hi there, I recently used Bleach Londons White Toner on my bleached blonde hair. I have naturally dark blonde/light brown hair so needed to lighten about 6 shades to get the white blonde I was hopefully aiming to achieve! For this I used L’Oréals extreme platinum off the shelf dye. It worked! I was pretty much white apart from some stubborn yellow tones through the mid section of my hair. I decided to use Bleach Londons White Toner as it seemed to offer exactly what I was after….a white blonde with reduced yellow tones? I followed the instructions and left the toner on my hair for exactly 15 mins. Unfortunately for me, the result ended with a very grey/lilac effect on the roots and ends and the yellow tones still pretty much the same! ! Awww! Disappointing! I hav realised through all this experimenting that hair is complicated! I think the white toner would probably work well on hair that was ‘pure’ before bleaching. .ie; not previously had any semi or permanent colour added to it? Like a blank canvas! My hair has seen years of colouring so that may explain the uneven results I got using Bleach London?

    Hi, I too want to get my hair as white as possible but I’m really sceptical about it. I have already bleached hair which is a quite pale yellow-blonde, and once I get my roots bleached I want to use a toner. I’ve found your post very helpful, but would you recommend the Bleach London white toner or the Directions? I don’t mind slight lilac tones if they will washout in a few washes, but when I’ve previously used Directions hair dye it only lasted two washes! Based on the before and after images I’m thinking about Directions. Thank you.

  • Hi there, I recently used Bleach Londons White Toner on my bleached blonde hair. I have naturally dark blonde/light brown hair so needed to lighten about 6 shades to get the white blonde I was hopefully aiming to achieve! For this I used L’Oréals extreme platinum off the shelf dye. It worked! I was pretty much white apart from some stubborn yellow tones through the mid section of my hair. I decided to use Bleach Londons White Toner as it seemed to offer exactly what I was after….a white blonde with reduced yellow tones? I followed the instructions and left the toner on my hair for exactly 15 mins. Unfortunately for me, the result ended with a very grey/lilac effect on the roots and ends and the yellow tones still pretty much the same! ! Awww! Disappointing! I hav realised through all this experimenting that hair is complicated! I think the white toner would probably work well on hair that was ‘pure’ before bleaching. .ie; not previously had any semi or permanent colour added to it? Like a blank canvas! My hair has seen years of colouring so that may explain the uneven results I got using Bleach London?

    You were saying that you wanted to get your hair as white as possible, which is my aim also as my hair is currently is white/ blonde mix like yours was before. Is the Bleach London the white toner that you would recommend to use to keep your hair white in between trips to the hairdressers?

  • You were saying that you wanted to get your hair as white as possible, which is my aim also as my hair is currently is white/ blonde mix like yours was before. Is the Bleach London the white toner that you would recommend to use to keep your hair white in between trips to the hairdressers?

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I previously tried and reviewed the Bleach London White Toner (), in my battle to get whiter, less brassy coloured hair. The results weren’t exactly what I was hoping for, so I decided to try out something else. I’d read really good reviews about the La Riche Directions White Toner and I used to use the dye pots previously to maintain my bright red hair, which I rated quite highly.