- Wella T18 Hair Colour
Wella T18 Hair Colour
Everyone loves a dramatic hair colour change, especially when it’s used to reflect your character and personality. But, how do you ensure that your blonde isn’t too bright, or your red isn’t too rich? How do you protect your natural locks when entering the world of home tint kits? The answer? Wella T18 toner – the miracle creation that helps any domestic dye enthusiast achieve their desired shade. Adding depth and dimension to cooler blonde shades with undertones of blue, grey, and violet, you’ll be able to take control after lightening, bidding brassy a hearty goodbye! Browse OnBuy’s fabulous selection today and achieve your new look.
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Permanent liquid toners can be used for a number of purposes, so it’s worth doing your research before braving a new and exciting look. A great way to ease yourself into a change, without the fear of a dye-related disaster, Wella T18 corrects and neutralises unwanted warmth on pre-lightened hair, helping you to create more delicate shades of blonde, like platinum and beige. Enhancing your cooler, creamier tones, it’s gentle to the natural hair and scalp, while still packing salon-quality strength into every drop. With a range of models on offer, now is the perfect time to explore, courtesy of OnBuy’s extensive online selection. Whatever your pigment and preference, we’ve certainly got you covered!
What is hair toner?
Many beauty brands describe toner as a ‘topcoat for your hair’. It usually comes in a gel or gloss-like formula, and works to emphasise or minimise certain tones in your locks, as well as adding shine. A fabulous multi-use product, it naturally has a variety of benefits. As well as refreshing and enhancing your dye, it also adds dimension and depth, eliminating discolouration in the long run. Toners also strengthen your barnet by creating a protective barrier around the individual strands.
Wella Colour Charm T18 is often referred to as ‘lightest ash blonde’, as this is the colour it can help domestic dyers to achieve at home. Benefitting from Liquidfuse technology, it evenly pre-lightens hair and gentle removes brassy tones to achieve a perfect blonde every time. Working to saturate, penetrate, and fuse your hair, in order to deliver vibrant hues, it’s exceptionally fade-resistant.
Is toner bad for your natural hair?
No! Toner is designed to enhance your natural hair, and simply helps to neutralise its tone. Depending on your hair type and condition, it can last from two to six weeks, but this can be increased if you avoid harder water, sun exposure, and swimming pool chemicals, like chlorine. To protect your toner from fading between treatments, try wearing a hat in the warmer seasons, and limit your time spent in direct sunlight. When blow-drying or styling, it may also be worth investing in a heat-protectant, to nourish and illuminate your shade.
Wella T18 FAQs
Is Wella T18 Toner good for blondes?
If you're looking to achieve a white/ash blonde colour, T18 Lightest Ash Blonde is the product for you! Specifically formulated to combat light brassy tones from your pre-bleached yellow hair, this violet-based toner is ideal for achieving the lightest ash blonde tone.
What developer should I use with Wella T18?
For the Wella T18 toner, we recommend using the 20 volume developer. To use, mix one part toner with two parts 20 volume developer, apply to towel-dried hair, and leave to develop for up to 30 minutes. Check your hair regularly during development to see if the desired results are achieved.
What level does your hair have to be to use Wella T18?
It's recommended to use the Wella T18 toner on very light hair - around level 9 or 10.
What toner should I use to cancel orange and yellow?
If your hair has been left with yellow tones after bleaching, you'll need a purple toner and/or purple shampoo to neutralise it. For orange tones, use a blue toner. Wella T18 is a violet-based toner, which is ideal for combatting brassy, yellow tones.