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For the love of all that's white trash and blond, what have you done, girl? You're glowing, and not in a good way. You need to tone that mess down before you cause an accident. Lucky for you, it's easy enough to take the trashy out of your too-blond highlights. It's called toning, and it's a lot easier than going through life looking like that. Tone it down!
Sit the color bottle on a level surface and pour about 2 oz. of blond color and 2 oz. of 10-volume color developer into the bottle. Screw on the lid and shake the bottle like a baby bottle until the color mixture is blended throughout.
Put on some gloves. You'll need them if you don't want to have stained hands for a few days. And the color can really irritate your skin, so protect it.
Apply the color to all of your hair, from the roots to the ends. The color won't change your darker color, just the highlights, so you don't have to worry about putting it everywhere. Apply it to small 1/2-inch by 2-inch sections of hair. Part off your hair, squirt it with color, and work the color in with your fingers. Saturate it all, honey!
Set a timer for 15 minutes. Process the color with your hair uncovered for the duration.
Rinse with warm water. Shampoo twice to rid your hair of all of that yucky color residue. Condition as usual, rinse and towel dry. Check out you. Now, that's more like it!
Sometimes super-blond hair grabs the base color of whatever color you use. To avoid funky tones, choose a neutral color. Avoid ash, beige and strawberry colors to avoid unwanted color stains.