How to Wash Toner Out of Hair?
Have you ever spilled a whole bottle of toner on your desk and then had to walk around with it in your hair all day? Sure, you can sorta scrub it out in the shower, but that’s a temporary fix.
This blog post is going to tell you how to wash toner out of hair so now you’ll know what to do next time this happens.
Here are three ways to Wash Toner Out of Hair
1). Wash from root to tip with shampoo, as if it’s your normal routine. Make sure it’s not just a spot or two that you’re shampooing, but that you take the time to wash the whole length of your hair.
2). Use conditioner as a mild shampoo and apply it directly to the parts of your hair with toner on it. Let it soak in for a few minutes and then use shampoo as normal. The important thing here is to use a very mild shampoo or your hair will be weighed down. You can even use a shampo/conditioner combo if you have one around.
3). Deep condition with olive oil or some other oily treatment of your choice. Leave it on for at least an hour and then shampoo again with the weakest shampoo you can find (or no shampoo at all). You will probably have to repeat this treatment a few times before all of the toner is out, but it will eventually come out.
I tend to prefer the first method because it’s the most thorough. If you follow this method, you can treat your toner-stained hair like normal and then wash it out with whatever shampoo you normally use.
It will usually take a few washes (and possibly more than one step) to get completely clean, but the results are worth it.
The most important thing to remember in all this is that it’s not your hair that needs to be washed, but any toner you have on it.
By washing your toner out of hair, you’ll be able to keep the color in your hair for a longer period of time.
You’ll also avoid having to start over with a new color later because the old one won’t transfer onto everything you touch.
So if you spill toner, don’t panic! It’s not the end of the world. Just do the above steps to get the toner out of your hair. After that, it’s just a couple more washes before you’re good to go.