To tone down white bleached hair, use an ash blond and a pale blond toner, and treat your hair with coconut oil. For overly processed hair, choose peroxide-free toners to avoid further damaging your hair.
- Apply the ash blond toner
Start with the ash blond toner, as this shade counteracts the bright white tones caused by the bleach. Apply the ash blond toner to your hair, and leave it on for 15 to 30 minutes. Rinse your hair thoroughly, and condition. Allow your hair to dry, and determine whether to move on to the second stage of toning with the pale blond toner.
- Apply the pale blond toner
Apply the pale blond toner to the hair shafts and ends. Leave the toner on for 15 to 30 minutes. Rinse the toner from your hair, and use conditioner. Let your hair air dry, and check the color. One application of the ash blond toner and pale blond toner should be enough to tone down the white bleached hair.
- Treat your hair with coconut oil
After treating your bleached hair with toner, condition and repair your hair by applying coconut oil a few times a week. The coconut oil adds shine and helps to heal and restore moisture to damaged hair.