Dia-Light toners

Discussion in 'Hair' started by Shauna17, Oct 11, 2017.

  1. Shauna17
     
     
    Hi all, just looking for some advise. I'm doing balayage on a client and she's looking for Carmel tones (I'll post pic below) She's a base 4 all over but I will be doing a light cleanse to lift her up to a 5. I feel 4 can be too dark with light balayage pieces.
    Just looking for suggestions on what toner do you think this pic would be.. I'm L'Oréal trained, so I would be using a Dia-light toner.
    Thanks
     
  2. Dee5
    There's no pic?
     
  3. JJH93
     
     
     
    A picture would be helpful as caramel is very different to everyone!
     
  4. Shauna17
     
     
    Oh sorry I thought I posted the pic!!
     
  5. Shauna17
     
     
    Pic
     

    Attached Files:

  6. Bella93xox
     
     
     
    Don't bleach cleanse the pic is deffo darker than a 5! Balayage, then I'd use 7/7 melted into a 9. I love the contrast with a dark root! X
     
  7. Shauna17
     
     
    I done a strand test pre & 20 and no difference, done another pre & 30 and it lifted to a red undercoat. It's home box colours, it a really heavy flat 4!!! Does that make sense. I going to Effasor with just warm water to lift that heavy dense colour off it.
     
  8. DanniP92
     
     
     
     
    You have a bit of a job on your hands. This will probably take a couple of go's if she is a box colour 4 all over.. when I get asked for caramel balayage i usually go for 7.31 mid lengths and 8.31 and 9 on ends to create that caramel blend.
    Try Effasor with 15vol in a ban marie, then see what your undercoat is.
     
    danyella700 likes this.
  9. MabelBaby
     
     
    I mixed 7.8 and 7.31 to get a caramel tone
     

Share This Page