Wella Koleston colour and toner

Vic280409

New Member
Hi all
I’m a beautician not hairdresser but do colour my own hair. For many years my hairdressers and now me have used Koleston 99/0 Pure Naturals on my very resistant grey/white hair. So I’m guessing I’m a Level 7/8.
I quite like it as it looks natural and my white roots don’t look too severe when they come through.
I’m now quite keen to add a toner afterwards to remove some of the yellowish tones, so a blue/violet toner I’m guessing.
Any recommendations would be great fully appreciated.
 
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ronray

Well-Known Member
Hi all
I’m a beautician not hairdresser but do colour my own hair. For many years my hairdressers and now me have used Koleston 99/0 Pure Naturals on my very resistant grey/white hair. So I’m guessing I’m a Level 7/8.
I quite like it as it looks natural and my white roots don’t look too severe when they come through.
I’m now quite keen to add a toner afterwards to remove some of the yellowish tones, so a blue/violet toner I’m guessing.
Any recommendations would be great fully appreciated.
Have you thought about using a violet tinted shampoo?
 

Vic280409

New Member
Have you thought about using a violet tinted shampoo?
I have used them a little but I want to try and get a bit more of a better effect. Eventually I want to grown all colour out and just tone my grey/white hair, so I want to get it as ash/silver as possible without bleach
 
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