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Brilliant Silver White Hair Toner

Brilliant Silver White Hair Toner

4.9 from 20 reviews · View Statistics

Pros

  • No peroxide or ammonia

  • Effective at neutralising brassy tones

  • Quick to apply

  • Vegan & cruelty-free

Cons

  • Very concentrated formula that can turn hair purple if you use too much

Reviews

4.9

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  • Value for Money
    5.0 (1)
  • Dyed Hair Colour
  • Hair Damage Yes (0) · No (1)
  • Side effects Yes (0) · No (1)
  • Stains ClothesYes (1) · No (0)
  • Ease of Application
    5.0 (1)
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Caz1310

Caz1310Melbourne

  • 33 reviews
  • 21 likes

So easy to use - it actually works

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This actually works. My daughter recently dyed her hair light blonde (from a box dye) and this turns her hair a beautiful ash colour. She has long hair and finds it easiest to dunk her hair in the bathroom sink. I do the hairline/roots. Read all of the instructions for how much to use, how long to soak the hair - they're 100% correct. It does stain porous materials. Her hair is nice, shiny and soft. She says it's better than purple shampoos/ conditioners and is super happy. Highly highly recommended.

Purchased in July 2020 at eBay for $26.00.

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alison1030

alison1030Sydney, NSW

  • 9 reviews
  • 6 likes

Old school

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Great product simple to use and is effective in toning down brassy hair colour. Will purchase product again. But you need so very little just a few eue drops for the toner to work. Will be awhile before i need to purchase again. Very economical.

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Questions & Answers

Melanie K.

Melanie K.asked

I used for the first time on foiled hair. 5 drops. Turned a horrendous purple! How long does it take to revert back to original colour. Next time I will use only 2 drops.

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Caz1310
Caz1310

It washes out. It is a product that you do have to experiment with how many drops to use...the foils may soak up more colour too?

audrey

audreyasked

I'm wanting pure white hair, like , genuine white as whiteout coloured hair,
Will this make my hair white, or silvery, as alot of toners will turn my hair silver , I'm wanting pure white hair .
Thanms

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Melbourne.Girl

Melbourne.Girlasked

Hi, I always used a creme on my hair... how do you apply the drops? (If they come in drops!)

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Michele
Michele

Hi Melbourne Girl. You get a small plastic jug and add about 2 cups of warm water then about 3 drops of Brilliant Silver White (It comes in a small dropper bottle). It will make your hair ash but brighter. First try will let you see if you you need more or less. Another good product is Loriel Age Perfect semi permanent. I like the warm blonde one. Expensive but You get dozens of applications from one bottle - pale blonde and no regrowth. No mixing only leave in about 10 minutes. Good luck. Michele

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Details

Brilliant Silver White is a toner designed to be used on light blonde hair. It can improve the feel and tone of your hair and is very quick and simple to use. It is made with natural vegan ingredients and is certified cruelty-free. The instructions are as follows:

  1. Pour product in a sink or tub of warm water
  2. Soak hair in warm water for 10 seconds
  3. Dry as usual

Or

  1. After washing hair, add drops of the product into a jug of water
  2. Stir the solution then rinse through the hair - no need to wash it out
  3. Dry and style as usual

This product has many features and benefits over traditional toners including:

  • The ability to tone or add colour with additional drops
  • Instant results after 10 seconds
  • Softens and adds shine
  • Comes in a 15ml (40 applications) or 50ml (140 applications) sized bottle
CategoryHair Dyes
Price (RRP)26.95

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