Bleaching is done to lift or remove the outer layers of hair color. Although bleaching is an effective way to alter and or remove hair color, processes like double bleaching can cause damage, resulting in an undesirable shade of orange.
Demi-Permanent Hair Color
Demi-permanent color is effective in safely coloring light hair damaged by double bleaching. It also infuses natural shine that is depleted after bleaching. Since demi-permanent hair color is ammonia-free, it can be used immediately after the double bleaching process without doing any further damage to hair.
Toners are used to neutralize brassy tones in hair colors. When hair is bleached the end result is often brassy and inconsistent. Toners mellow unwanted hues like brassy blondes and oranges. Violet-based toners tone out brassy and light orange tones.
Shimmering Lights Shampoo and Conditioner
Shimmering Lights shampoo and conditioner tone down unwanted brassy hair colors while enhancing resiliency. Shimmering Lights contains a violet base to counteract brassy tones without leaving build-up on the hair. The conditioner contains emollients to deep condition and moisturize over-processed hair.
References and ResourcesSallybeauty.com: Demi-Permanent Hair Color
Style-hair-magazine.com: Hair Toner
Haircareusa.com: Shimmering Lights Shampoo and Conditioner