When you decide to bleach hair instantly after applying the toner, you may cause serious damage to the hair.  It is best to

hold off for three months until toner has fully gone. If not, you can use other products to help speed toner elimination.

Bleach. Bleach. Plus, more bleaching.

Sometimes we are a bit scared of the way people can use this term.

It’s a term that appears harmless, but conceals a very aggressive chemical process that can harm hair.

 Don’t get us wrong.

As hairdressers, we perform a lot of bleaching on a daily basis.

Before bleaching, it is important to inquire about the history of the hair. Additionally we look at the condition and health of the hair which we are going to bleach.

Bleaching black hair isn’t similar to the process of bleaching hair that is blonde.

It is different in term of bleaching healthy hair as if it is an elastic hair fibre to the extent of breaking.

Furthermore, it’s not always feasible to bleach hair in all cases. This is the fact.

bleaching hair


In reality, you could, but you’ll wind up having hair that’s almost burned. .

Therefore, before making any unwise decision, let’s discuss why you’d like to bleach your toned hair.

Doesn’t that toner not look as you would have

Doesn’t this colour match exactly what you wanted?

Get inspired. Although the outlook is discouraging, we’ve got positive information: the toner will fade when washed and lasts only three weeks.

If you’re so eager to eliminate the toner, you could make use of some tricks to help it disappear quicker.

Read on to find out more. we’ll be telling you:

The reason it’s not a good option to bleach hair that is toned.

How can you speed up the fading process of toner in order to prevent bleaching?


The answer is straightforward.

If you are toning your hair that you had bleached it previously. Chemicals that are extremely corrosive are used to bleach your hair.

Thus, hair becomes dehydrated, loses its nutrients, and becomes weak.

At this point, it’s still resisting.

Then toner is applied to hair which can be fantastic, however it is applied using the help of a 20-volume developer. Thus, more chemicals will act on your hair’s hair fiber.

Imagine the transformation your hair fibre experiences during these two stages?

It doesn’t matter if you utilize Olaplex when bleaching. Even so its Olaplex effects are gone once you have completed another chemical treatment on your hair.

You bleached and toned the hair. You’re now looking to bleach it once more.

This is like the hair being given an execution sentence in a metaphorical sense.

In a literal sense, you’re exposing you to hair breakage. The breakage can only be salvaged by trimming the damaged areas.

At this point, the only thing we have is: is it worth it?

It’s not and we hope that you’re with us.

You can wait for 3 weeks if you do not like the toner. It will fade after washing.

If you’re not ready to wait as you are unable to manage your hair’s colour you could fade the toner quicker.


There’s only one choice to make between two products that are clarifying shampoo or anti-dandruff shampoo.

Which is the best option?

Anti-dandruff shampoo. Apply it when your hair does not exhibit signs of damage. The shampoo contains sulfates which can dry out hair’s fiber.

Clarifying shampoo: Apply it when your hair is severely damaged because it has neither ammonia nor peroxide.

Let’s look at how to utilize each of them.


Anti-dandruff shampoos have a greater amount of parabens, sulfates, Glycerin, and alcohol as compared to traditional shampoos. Those ingredients get rid of dandruff.

However, it’s not the only thing they take off your hair. Sulfates can also strip away the colour, and then quickly eliminate any hair colour or even toner.

The application is easy to use:

Wet your hair and apply the anti-shampoo thoroughly.

Massage well and gently until you have created an excellent lather, then leave the lather on between five and seven mins.

Rinse well and then apply conditioner to hydrate your hair since sulfates reduce the amount of moisture in your hair.

Repeat the procedure until you don’t notice the colour of the toner anymore.

Be careful not to overdo it. Avoid using it on a daily basis. Be aware that sulfates can dry your hair out.

Our suggestion is to apply it once every 2 or 3 days. At the very least, you will need to apply a moisturizing cream every week.


Clarifying shampoo is able to eliminate all artificial pigments of your hair, leaving the natural base tone. Hence, if you have bleached the hair and later toned it, it’ll be back to the original colour it was before you toned it.

The most appealing thing about this particular shampoo is that it does not contain ammonia or peroxide. It’s safe for hair, and you can use it three times in that day. Let’s look at how to apply it in a safe way.

Apply the clarifying shampoo to your wet hair.

Massage your hair to ensure that the product is absorbed and then leave it on for between ten to twenty minutes .

Rinse out your hair, without conditioner, and then blow-dry your hair.

If the colour you got when using the toner did not disappear it is possible to repeat the process two more times in the same day.

When the toner has totally gone, I suggest that you let your hair dry for at least 48 hours. Then, apply the type of toner you prefer.

Be sure to moisturize your hair using moisturizing oils like argan oil or coconut oil. Alternatively, you can use repair masks.


Do not bleach your hair, if the toner application was already done and you weren’t happy with the results. In the event if you do that, you’ll weaken your hair to the point of breaking.

The best thing to do is to patiently wait for the toner to fade by itself, which happens after 3 weeks of washing.

If you cannot wait to get rid of the toner, the fastest way to remove the toner is by using a clarifying shampoo or anti-dandruff shampoo.