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"Wella Colour Charm Permanent Liquid Hair Toner T11 Lightest Beige Blonde 42 ml. Wella Colour Charm toners are ideal to create pure double process blonde hair colour results. These Toners remove remaining \"brass\" for perfect blondes every time. Extra mild toner Gentle to the hair Tones pre-lightened hair evenly Directions for use: Pre lighten the hair to the required level before applying toner. Mix 1-part toning colour with 2 parts 20 volume developer. Apply to towel dried hair and develop fo

"Wella Colour Charm Permanent Liquid Hair Toner T11 Lightest Beige Blonde 42 ml. Wella Colour Charm toners are ideal to create pure double process blonde hair colour results. These Toners remove remaining \"brass\" for perfect blondes every time. Extra mild toner Gentle to the hair Tones pre-lightened hair evenly Directions for use: Pre lighten the hair to the required level before applying toner. Mix 1-part toning colour with 2 parts 20 volume developer. Apply to towel dried hair and…

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How to Use Wella Toner (with Pictures) - wikiHow

If you've bleached your hair but see some annoying orange undertones, toner is the perfect product for you. Wella is a popular brand that offers toners in many shades and these are typically used to lighten the brassy undertones of...

From Brassy to Ash Blonde | Which Wella Toner should I use??| Aqua_diva - YouTube

#brassytoashy #ashblonde #wellatonerHey BeautiesToday’s video is going to be a tutorial on how I transformed my hair from brassy to ash blonde. Please don’t ...