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Permanent Liqui-Creme Topcoat Toners

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Permanent Liqui-Creme Topcoat Toners

by AGEbeautiful
AGEBEA7
$6.49

Permanent Liqui-Creme Topcoat Toners is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 58.
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Silver Ash Blonde
Beige Blonde
Silver Ash Blonde
Pearl Blonde
Silver Ash Blonde
Beige Blonde
Silver Ash Blonde
Pearl Blonde
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  • Delivers radiant shine to keep blondes in incredibly healthy condition with rich, long-lasting, super bright color Use after pre-lightening or highlighting hair to neutralize any unwanted warmth Topcoat toners neutralize brassiness for a polished finish

    NEW AGEbeautiful Liqui-Creme Topcoat Toners are formulated to neutralize unwanted warmth and deposit rich, multi-faceted, ashy, beige or pearlized color. Provides blondes with a polished finish and radiant shine, perfect to use after pre-lightening or highlighting hair. Contains moisturizing Vitamin E for healthy scalp and hair.

    Silver Ash Blonde – Counteracts orange with ashy blue pigments

    Pearl Blonde – Counteracts yellow with neutral iridescent pigments

    Beige Blonde – Counteracts yellow with rosy violet pigments

  • Mixing and Application: AGEbeautiful Topcoat Toners can be mixed using a bowl and brush and/or applicator bottle. AGEbeautiful Topcoat Toner is mixed 1:1 (Equal parts AGEbeautiful Topcoat Toner and AGEbeautiful developer 10 or 20 volume.) Pour 2 oz. of developer into applicator bottle or bowl (approx. ½ of the developer provided). Pour entire 2 oz. tube of color into applicator bottle or bowl. Mix well. Apply topcoat toner.

    Developer Usage and Timing: (without heat):10 Volume (3%) for more color deposit/ 20 Volume (6%) for less color deposit. Process 10 to 20 minutes, checking every five minutes, until the desired result is achieved. Rinse hair well after application, shampoo, and condition.

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Blond highlights I used this one my blond highlights, I pull very orange/yellow tones all the time. I've tried Wella toners and never got any success at removing the golden tones. This did amazing! I used the pale ash blonde color with 20 volume. Left it on for 10 mins. The difference is great. Only thing I hate is I put it all over so my roots are colored now and I didn't want that I wanted the balayage look to my hair.
Date published: 2019-06-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Gives the perfect shade of blonde without brassy!! Gives the perfect shade of blonde without the brass!
Date published: 2019-06-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wella lovers, GIVE THIS TONER A CHANCE. I have been a Wella T10 devotee since going blonde, it’s been my go to shade for almost a year. When I went blonde, I was starting from a deep true red. I used color remover, then bleach. I went from a level 4-5 to an 8. I have since gone to a level 10, the lightest. I was never a fan of Wella’s most popular, the T18. I didn’t want to be white platinum. I wanted a bright blonde, a slightly beach golden tone, we all know what color that is. At the time I couldn’t verbalize what I wanted but I got there through trial & error with wella & reading reviews here. Wella T10 has been “my jam” for a while. I bought but never used other toners, like Ion. I returned it because I was unsure of how the shade would look. They really need to change their color descriptions. That’s where Wella has the market cornered, they really spell it out what their toner colors neutralize best, so it’s easier to chose one of theirs & know what you are getting. I bought Zoto’s AgeBeautiful toner in Pearl Blonde months ago & it SAT with my other various bottles of toner, developer & powdered bleach. I’d run out of T10 & rather than even try the Pearl Blonde, I’d go buy T10 while Pearl Blonde collected dust. Well, yesterday, I tried Pearl Blonde. Not a typical application mind you...normally I touched up my roots with QuickBlue bleach powder mixed with 20 developer (my hair isn’t very dark on its own so I discovered that 20 volume is plenty to lift my hair in a short time) & then I would put Wella T-10 mixed with 15 volume Blond Brilliance developer, leaving T10 on for a MAXIMUM of 8-10 minutes. I’d have to work fast applying so I could get even developing all over & not end up with the dreaded grayish cast on my hair...you guys know what I’m talking about. Due to a mouth more intense work schedule I didn’t have time to bleach the roots, they weren’t terribly long, so I decided to apply Pearl Blonde mixed with 20 volume cream developer. I applied and left the mixture on for over 20 minutes. The instructions state to apply and monitor the shade every 5 minutes, I didn’t do this. Could’ve ended badly, thankfully did not. AgeBeautiful toner mix is a 1:1 mix, unlike Wella’s 2:1. Two ounces of toner mixed with 2 ounces of developer. The mixture ends up looking nothing like what Wella’s does...Wella’s starts looking very thick & gel-like, almost a pudding consistency, AgeBeautiful is more like a thin cream, not as thick as Wella’s & more liquid-y. For this reason, some might prefer to use a bottle for application. I used a bowl and brush. But AB is more runny, so be warned. AB toner also doesn’t change to that purple-ish cast while developing, it stays relatively the same color but does darken a bit as it sits on the hair. But nothing like Wella’s does. At 20-25 minutes I looked at my hair, the mixture had darkened & I was mildly concerned that I would be fighting that grayish cast that Wella’s toners can produce if left on too long. I jumped in the shower & rinsed. I needn’t have worried. My hair came out that bright, sunny blonde that I love, no grayish tone in sight. It even toned out my dark roots quite well giving me less of a definite line & more of a nicely blended gradient between the 2 shades. It’s not as easy to do this with Wella toner, you risk ending up with hair much darker than you wanted (My natural hair is around a shade 6, so not terribly dark.) this will get me through another week or so, until I’m able to bleach my roots & do my whole head. All in all I love Age Beautiful’s toner. I LOVE IT. Granted, I didn’t bleach my roots, I always use coconut oil before I do to protect my scalp but even so, sometimes I end up with my scalp on fire no matter what steps I take...AgeBeautiful didn’t give me any discomfort but I’ll update again after I go through the entire process & post what happens. There’s so little available on the AgeBeautiful toners review wise, so I had to post one. If you’re a fan of Wella T10, try Pearl Blonde, I think you like it. The results were much more uniform than any I’ve ever gotten from Wella & my hair feels better afterwards. Wella has always felt drying to me. If I were to guess, I’d say that AgeBeautful toners line up like this according to Wella’s most popular toner shades: Wella T18 - AgeBeautiful Silver Ash Blonde Wella T10 - AgeBeautiful Pearl Blonde Wella T11 - AgeBeautiful Beige Blonde It’s stated in the instructions that you can use 19 volume developer for more color deposit or 20 volume for less. I used 20 volume so I can’t speak to what 10 volume would do. But I can say I LOVE the Pearl Blonde & will be using this exclusively from now on. I’ve attached a terrible picture of my hair to give you an ide of the shade/tone/color, it’s first thing in the morning so I’m not at my best...lol. My cats in it so that gives it a redemptive quality...
Date published: 2019-05-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It Tones and Conditions Hair After multiple steps to correct a salon bleach job on my daughter's hair, and finally getting it lightened almost to the point she is happy with (will be lightened more in future to bring the rest to level 10). Also note I used Ion Absolute Perfection Booster Step 1 and 2 in the lightening step. For toning I used 2 of Silver Ash Blonde and 1 of Beige Blonde mixed with 5 Volume. Since some strands of her hair had lifted to 10 and others were darker, I washed it out at about the 11 minute mark when the level 10 strands started pulling blue. We are happy with how much yellow and orange it toned out. See before and after toning photos
Date published: 2019-04-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love this toner Tones to a beautiful white blonde every time. Love this product. By far my absolute favorite toner.
Date published: 2019-04-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Didn't work for me. I decided to try this along with the creme lightener. The lightener worked great and fast! However, this toner seriously did nothing to help with the brassy yellow. I added in a capful of wella 050. and the results were spectacularly bad. My roots are still banana yellow and there are splotches of gray here and there. Lol! it's so bad!
Date published: 2019-03-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Age Beautiful Pearl Blonde Topcoat Toner Rocks! This product went on easily and smoothly, saturated well. Used 20vol for some lift, (on old light ash blonde), will use it w/10vol next time for less lift, more color. Rich color. Would be a great color to alternately apply/frost alongside a Champaign Blonde. Will buy again.
Date published: 2019-03-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Toners I was using Wella t18 to tone the yellow in my platinum hair. I was hesitant but I tried these toners. I mixed a tube of pearl blonde with a little beige blonde using 20 volume developer. OMG. I absolutely love the color.
Date published: 2019-02-15
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I’m currently bleached blonde but roots little brassy  trying to achieve a silvery blonde look and been using manic panic a couple times but want a more permanent satisfying silver blonde shade  Any advice?

Asked by: Janelle30
I used the toners to transition from dyed dark brown hair to gray (or pretty much white in my case). I had a color correction to remove the dye and wanted both to camouflage the newly lightened hair with my new growth. I tried both the Pearl and the Beige blonde toners and really liked them. However, the Beige gave me a touch of pink. I got a lot of complements on it, but preferred it when I mixed the two (Pearl and Beige) for a more subtle look. I might want to try the Silver Ash Blonde in the future just to keep the yellow out. I used both a 20 developer and a 10 developer. I recommend the 10 so as not to pull color out, but to instead just coat the hair a bit. My hair definitely felt silkier and was shinier. Good luck!
Answered by: ChrisRiCam
Date published: 2019-04-26

My hair is lifted to a level 10 & I’ve been using Wella T-10 with 15 volume developer religiously. I only leave it on 10-12 mins MAX. Is the agebeautiful Pearl Blonde similar to Wella T-10 shade wise? Also, I love golden blonde, not going for platinum. 

Asked by: Jadedgal05
If you like golden blonde then go the beige blond, not the pearl.
Answered by: mommastob
Date published: 2019-04-13

Will this take the brassy color out of my bleached hair

Asked by: Brassyhair
Yes! That is the best reason to use this product.
Answered by: kavilla81
Date published: 2019-03-20

Can you show me what I need to buy online for this toner to work? I'm new at this.

Asked by: Debi Brouillette
You need a 10 volume developer
Answered by: JoeyCab1
Date published: 2018-11-30

I'm putting blonde highlights in my hair, then toning my whole head. I have dark ash blonde, almost light brown, natural roots about 4 inches long. Will this toner lift my natural colour at all? I plan to use a 5 volume.

Asked by: Shhhlene
No this is a toner and won't lift, only deposits, especially using a 5V. I have similar coloring as you, dark ash blonde, and I highlight using lightener and 30V to a very pale yellow then tone using 10V. My hair is super porous so I only leave it on 8 mins. I suggest doing a tester strand to avoid results you may not be happy with.
Answered by: Akaheba64
Date published: 2019-02-20

I’m looking to tone my med/light brown hair. I don’t want it any darker I just want the red and brassy tones neutralized. Can I use this product to neutralize the brass? I’m not trying to be blonde just trying to get rid of red undertones. Thanks 

Asked by: Curious about toning
If your hair is that dark then a toner is not the right product for you. If you don't want lift (remain at same level of color depth & only change the tone) then ideally you'd want to use a tone-on-tone demi-permanent color. You must pick the same level of depth that your hair is, in a color direction to cancel out the red undertone. Ash cancels red. So if your a level 5 with red undertones, then you'd want to use 5NA (neutral ash) too much ash on a 5 can look drab or muddy. If your not sure, just go with neutral to be safe. *Do NOT use violet. Violet only cancels out brassy yellow tones on lighter blondes, but in darker tones it only adds more warmth (violet is half red and half blue- so do the math).* Your best bet is a Neutral Ash (NA), or a Neutral(N)- if you don't see that color, then use some ash additive but be very careful. Always easier to add than subtract. Demi isn't permanent but it lasts several weeks. You don't want to end up needing color remover and damaging your hair. https://www.sallybeauty.com/hair/hair-color/semi-and-demi-hair-color/premium-creme-demi-permanent-hair-color/CLAIRL03.html?list=Home%7CWhats_new Or the Color Charm Demi: https://www.sallybeauty.com/hair/hair-color/semi-and-demi-hair-color/color-charm-demi-permanent-hair-color/WELLA10.html?list=Home%7CHair%7CHair%20Color%7CSemi%20%26%20Demi%20Hair%20Color#start=1 Next time you tint your hair with permanent color, when you choose a color that you like, you have to realize that to get there it takes some color math. Sometimes it takes a different box of color, or two mixed together, to reach your desired shade. Darker hair always pulls red, medium hair pulls orange, and anything lighter pulls yellow. That's why the color you end up with looks much different than on the color swatch. Swatches aren't exact, they're just a guide. You'll always need to use formulas with an ash, blue, or violet direction to avoid ending up with those undertones. It's an exact science, which is why colorists make great incomes. The reason toners exist is specifically to cancel out yellow first of all.. Then secondly to impart the desired tone, weather it's white, silver, violety, rose gold or beige blonde. This is a product only intended for that purpose and shouldn't be used if your not sure about it or have darker hair.
Answered by: SuperSunny23
Date published: 2019-02-20

Can the Silver Ash Blonde be mixed with either the Pearl or the Beige Blonde? I seem to have both orange and yellow brassiness and would like to get rid of both by possibly mixing two of these toners...

Asked by: BlondieLox
Others have reviewed this product saying they have mixed both silver ash blonde and beige blonde, and it resulted in a beautiful blond. Good luck! :)
Answered by: Shhhlene
Date published: 2019-03-24

I have yellow and orange tones in my hair after bleaching. I don't want to go lighter blonde I just want both tones neutralized. Would this product work and if so which one with what developer?

Asked by: Jessicafraijo
Depends on the finished toned color you want for which one to use. If you don’t want it to lift use 10 vol developer 
Answered by: Maramarion4
Date published: 2018-10-28
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