How to Banish Brassy Hair In and Out of the Salon

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Brassy hair happens. Sometimes, those overly-warm tones are exposed as you lighten clients’ locks. Other times, they appear weeks after colouring, when the pigment has gradually started to fade. You can recognize them by a red, orange or yellow tinge that runs through strands. But how do you keep excess warmth at bay?

 

Here’s how you take hair from brassy to glossy...

Back of woman’s head with long hair and brassy mid-lengths and ends.

 

Image Credit: @kai_sohn

Back of woman’s head with wavy hair and brunette balayage, created using Wella Professionals.

 

 

Back of woman’s head with long brassy hair.

 

Image Credit: @matherzberg

Back of woman’s head with wavy hair and beige blonde balayage, created using Wella Professionals.

 

 

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