Your color came out uneven. "You can try using one shade darker (ensuring the tones are the same) and applying just on the roots. This will darken that area one shade without changing the tone," says Tardo. To prevent this from happening next time, apply hair color on your ends before getting to your roots.
Will purple shampoo fix uneven bleach?
How do you evenly bleach your hair?
Section the hair into four quadrants in order to neatly apply product. You'll also want to apply the bleach to smaller segments within each section to ensure you're fully saturating the hair. Then, apply bleach one inch away from the scalp, and work down the hair section.
Can you bleach over toned hair?
Yes, a bleach bath can help to fix over-toned hair by removing excess pigments from the hair. This can help to neutralize brassy or yellow tones and achieve a more natural-looking color.
Does toning fix uneven bleach?
Toner doesn't work on areas that you missed during the bleaching process; it only works on spots that received the bleach but just didn't come out the right tone. So, if your natural (or pre-bleach) hair color is showing through anywhere, you'll need to first spot-treat those sections with a bleach treatment.
How do you fix unevenly bleached hair?
The fastest solution is to dye your hair with darker hair colour to even out the bleached hair. Remember bleached hair is super dry, and can be easily broken so try to wait for a day or so to dye your hair with a darker colour.