Hair toner corrects the color tones in hair, including unwanted brassy, coppery or reddish colors. Advantages of using a toner include softening the transition between outgrowth and colored hair, sealing hair color so th... More »

A chemical burn from hair toner should be treated as a heat burn: rinse the skin with copious amounts of water or saline solution, according to the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry. Protect eyes, brush so... More »

While there are a variety of different ways to rid your blond hair of an ash toner, the most common and effective way is to counteract the undesired ash tone with a warm tone. Identify the specific shade of your hair, an... More »

To fix orange tones in the hair, select a blue-based color, make a toning solution out of the color and conditioner, and apply the toner evenly to the hair. Process the toner, rinse it out and check the color of your hai... More »

To remove orange tones from your hair following bleaching, deep condition your hair, bleach it again to lift color and use a cool-toned toner to neutralize the brassy or orange tones. More »

Hair caramelizing refers to a trending style of using shades of brown to color, highlight, downlight and add streaks and ribbons of color to brown and blonde tones of hair. Caramelizing uses a blend of colors with delici... More »

Removing the yellow or orange tones from hair involves washing the hair with a violet-toned shampoo or using a toner; alternatively, lowlights can be added to cool the shades of the hair. Hair that turns orange or yellow... More »