You have come this far, and you are just a flat or two away from reaching the blonde you wanted. If your hair is orange, it did not lighten enough or you eliminated the bleach until it reached yellow. You can restart this lightening procedure by applying more bleach. This should be performed no less than a week after you bleached your hair to be able to permit the hair’s natural moisture balance to be restored. Mix and apply more bleach and this time allow it to stay in your hair till it reaches the yellow stage. From your existing color, this will take about 20 – 30 minutes and you can rinse the bleach out as soon as it occurs.
Now that you are showcasing a dazzling lemon yellow, you’ll have to turn out this color with a cherry blossom. Generally, this will be an ash also pearl or natural color. If you would like a beige blond hair color, you will still have to use a cool-toned dye to counteract some of that yellow tone so as to reach it. Your bleached hair is porous and you will need to turn it lightly to avoid ending up with an overly extreme ash and possibly another color correction issue. The blonde dye you use should rather be a cherry or cherry color — at least one degree lighter than the color you desire. If you would like moderate natural blonde, then use a light ash blonde to tone it. A lighter tone provides you more control over the tanning process and you are not hurrying to rinse it two minutes after applying it.
You can leave this dye into a process for the complete development time if you would like an ashier blonde hair color or you can remove it at any time as soon as you’ve attained your desired shade of blond. After that, it is only a matter of keeping your new blonde hair and you’re going to want to purchase a good purple colored shampoo to keep it from getting yellow again. If you opt for an excellent purple shampoo, it’ll be the sole form of toner you require.