Using Med. Ash Brown, but...

TLC1994TLC1994 Posts: 19Registered Users
I'm still seeing A LOT of red tones in my hair. What else can I do to tone down the red but keep the nice depth of color I'm getting?

Using Colorsilk Med. Ash Brown (90-95%) and Lt. Ash Brown (5-10%)



  • eche428eche428 Posts: 2,782Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    I have the same problem. My hair always pulls red no matter what I do - even with Sally's hair colors. The only way I've gotten rid of the red is having it colored at a salon. Sorry I can't help but I feel your pain!

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  • patientlygrowingpatientlygrowing Posts: 62Registered Users
    Maybe you could try a blonde toner its for red gold, and brassy tones but it washes out , also if your hair is naturally dark the light ash brown is probably making it go red cause It lightens the hair as well
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