Have you been wondering how to tone your Hidden Crown Hair extensions?

The wait is over. Keep reading to learn how to do it yourself!

To create an ashy blonde look you will need just a few items and some patience.

First thing is first, you need some hair extensions to color! (These products for toning work best with Color #60/8P)

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Next you will need Wella Color Charm Toner #T18 in the lightest ash blonde.


You will also need a 20 volume developer.


A scoop for measuring.


An application brush and a mixing bowl. (If you don’t have one of these you can always use any Tupperware container as a substitute.)


And finally an old towel.

You are going to start off by laying down the old towel onto your working surface to avoid leaving a big mess when you are all done.

Now grab your mixing bowl and put one part toner for every two parts of developer.

As Erin shows us in her attached video below, she uses the entire bottle of toner which measures out to two scoops and then she adds in four scoops of developer.

Once you put in the desired amount make sure you use your application brush to stir it all completely together.

When it’s all mixed let it sit for a little until you get a nice purple color like the picture below.

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Take your application brush again and start brushing the toner onto your hair extensions. Make sure you get it all over and around each individual strand to prevent any missed spots. You can even run your fingers through the extensions and really work the toner into the strands of hair.

When you think it is all good, let the extensions sit for about 30 minutes. Make sure to wrap the extensions into the towel so it doesn’t dry out in the process. Erin even suggests to check on your extensions about halfway through and closer towards the end to make sure they are setting up properly.

After the 30 minutes has gone by and they are all ready to go, rinse them throughly and wash with shampoo and conditioner. Take out a new fresh towel and lay them out to air dry. Wait until after they are dry to brush and detangle them.

To watch Erin’s tone her Hidden Crown Hair extensions, watch this video below!

If you have any other questions about haircare, check out our YouTube channel here to find all of your questions answered! 
Don’t forget to send in your tips and pictures of how you toned your extensions! We love to hear from you!