As a beautician, one of the most common questions that I get asked is whether it’s okay to use the same shade of Wella toner twice.
While it may seem simple, the answer is more complicated than a straightforward yes or no.
In this blog post, I’ll provide actionable tips and insights that will help you determine whether it’s okay to reuse the same shade of Wella toner or if it’s time to switch things up.
What is a Wella Toner?
Before reusing Wella toner, let’s quickly examine what it is. A Wella toner eliminates brassy tones in blonde or highlighted hair.
It is a great way to achieve a more natural-looking shade and can help neutralize unwanted warm tones.
Can I reuse the same shade of Wella toner?
The short answer is yes, you can reuse the same shade of Wella toner. However, there are a few things that you need to consider before doing so.
Firstly, you need to think about the condition of your hair. If your hair is damaged or over-processed, there may be better ideas than reusing the same toner. The toner may not work as effectively and could cause more hair damage.
Another thing to consider is the condition of your hair when you first apply the toner. If your hair was already in good condition and you achieved the desired result, then there’s no harm in using the same shade of Wella toner again.
Actionable tips for reusing Wella toner
If you’ve decided to reuse the same shade of Wella toner, here are a few actionable tips that you can follow:
- Make sure that your hair is in good condition before applying the toner. If your hair is damaged, it’s best to wait until it’s in better shape before using any toner.
- Always follow the instructions on the packaging when applying the toner. Please do not leave it on longer than recommended, as this can cause damage to your hair.
- If you need to find out whether the same shade of Wella toner will work for your hair, do a strand test first. This will help you determine if the toner will work effectively and if it will achieve the desired result.
- It saves money by not having to purchase a new toner.
- Can achieve the same desired result as before.
- Less time-consuming than having to mix a new toner.
- It may work less effectively the second time around.
- It could cause more damage to your hair.
- It may not achieve the desired result.
In conclusion, reusing the same shade of Wella toner is possible, but it’s essential to consider the condition of your hair and the effectiveness of the toner before doing so.
Always follow the instructions on the packaging, and do a strand test before applying the toner to your hair.
If reusing the same toner is okay, consult a professional beautician who can provide further guidance and advice. Remember, the health of your hair should always be your top priority.