We often hear that toner coloring can minimize hair damage, but can toner coloring be used on bleached hair? We asked hairdressers from around the country to answer this question.
This time, the question was, “If I apply toner color to bleach-damaged hair, will it damage my hair further?”
My hair is very damaged from bleaching and other breakage. I need to color it to make it look beautiful, so my hairdresser recommended toner color! Doesn’t toner color damage my hair?
Toner color is less damaging.
Many respondents answered that toner color is not totally non-damaging, but it is less damaging.
Toner is a weak, low-alkaline color, so it reacts very little with new hair, and the pigment goes into the areas where the color has been lost. It doesn’t contain much decomposing ingredients, so I think it doesn’t damage the hair.” (Tokyo/Nerima Hair studio 1st)
Toner color is hypoallergenic compared to regular hair color, but I can’t say that it doesn’t damage hair at all. (Osaka/Osaka hair & make KOKORO)
“It doesn’t hurt, but I think it’s the best choice because it doesn’t damage the hair at all. I think it is important to take good care of your hair at home. (Aichi/Nagoya Re:sort)
Toner doesn’t cause any damage, but it can be used to add color and minimize the damage. (Kyoto/Kyotanabe ETERNAL rush)
Another aspect of toner colors is that they do not hold their color very well.
Many respondents answered that while toner color is less stressful on the hair, the color does not last as long.
Toner color is a method of adding pigment only to already lightened areas, so it is less stressful on the hair and can be used without worry, but on the other hand, the color does not last as long.” (Tokyo/Kita, Henna Factory Jujo)
Toner is good because it causes much less damage, but the color fades a little faster. (Osaka/Osaka HAIR & MAKE EARTH, Uehonmachi)
“I think toner color is the least damaging method. However, the color will not last as long as regular color, so it is best to use a pre-treatment or treatment in combination with other care products. (Aichi/Nagoya cache cache)
Consult with your hairdresser about your future hair care needs.
One respondent said, “In order to reduce hair damage, it is important to consult with your hair stylist carefully about future hair care.
“I recommend that you consult with your hair stylist about which method of coloring you will use in the future.” (Tokyo/Shibuya Hair Make Cija)
“I think it is essential to meet a hair stylist who can work on cutting, coloring, and perm treatment without compromise in order to protect your hair from problems in the long term. (Hyogo/Kobe MAO hair)
What did you think? It seems that toner coloring does not prevent hair damage at all, but it does seem to be able to minimize hair damage. If you are concerned about hair damage, have your hair stylist check the condition of your hair thoroughly and strive to maintain beautiful hair!