Silvery White Hair

Merry Christmas!!!!! and for this special day I have selected this gorgeous silvery white platinum hair color. This girl’s hair reminds me of pure snow, even with it’s purple tinge.

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  1. Anja
    Dec 25, 2011 @ 23:53:41

    stunning. i start missing my platinum hair when i look at this. :D

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  2. Svannah
    Dec 29, 2011 @ 03:02:08

    I wish I knew how to get my hair to look like this. It just stays that yellow/orange tint no matter how many times I bleach. I use purple shampoo every time I wash my hair too. I just don’t get it.

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    • K
      Dec 30, 2011 @ 04:43:07

      Have you tried toning with gray? It tends to cut out the yellow and brassiness a little more than the purple shampoo. Ask your stylist to try gray toner, and at first, it may look a little ashy, but it will go to white.

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  3. Nakeeya
    Jan 04, 2012 @ 18:30:23

    Manic Panic “Virgin Snow” toner; use it AFTER you bleach.

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  4. Kel
    Jan 09, 2012 @ 10:31:02

    I have been trying to get my hair as light as possible sort of like this, I finally have the hair color I want but my hair is dull and dry, it basically has the texture of straw. Does anyone know what I can use to try to make it soft and shiny again? I know it will never be perfect with the amount of bleaching and coloring but at least have it feel a little better.

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    • Kel
      Jan 09, 2012 @ 11:34:25

      actually I have just made a home protein hair treatment using:

      1 egg yolk

      4 to 5 tablespoons of Extra Virgin Olive Oil

      1 cup of mayonnaise

      mixed all ingredients together in a bowl, it is currently on my head with cling wrap around it and the oil is dripping down my neck eeeww. Anyway I will update with the results later.

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  5. Lisa
    Mar 13, 2012 @ 01:31:52

    After _years_ of coloring to get it grey/wihte, it’s finally gotten …well, close. I tryed the manic panic silvery snow (at least I think that was the one) but it didn’t have any effect :/ Then I recently found Swarzkopf’s silver blonde home colouring, and it worked wonders! It comes with a anti-yellow treatment that has worked better than any of my purple shampoos! (the shampoos have a tendency to just make my hair puple/blue, and leave several spots yellow… Anyone who knows why? Is it because the hair is fried?)

    And I’ll definately try Kel’s recepy, right now! Thanks ^_^

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  6. Yugata
    Jun 14, 2012 @ 08:56:40

    Who’s that?

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  7. Boo
    Jun 23, 2014 @ 12:14:52

    I used to bleach/tone my hair white a lot. Manic Panic’s Virgin Snow never really worked, and other toners left my hair blue or purple ish.

    How I got Pure White:
    I finally got the right color when I mixed a tiny bit of black cream dye in with some hair conditioner to make grey dye, dyed my hair with it (after bleaching it completely, of course), had grey hair, and then bought an inexpensive in-store box dye in light light blonde. The light blonde cancelled out the greying effect of the cream dye, and I got PURE WHITE. It was a complicated process, but it is the only time I ever had straight, completely pure white. I was able to maintain this white color with purple tinted shampoos and conditioners.

    For Fried Hair:
    For over processed, fried hair, I would just pure plain olive oil in my hair and cut open a plastic grocery store bag, then wrap my hair in it and leave the olive oil in my hair all day (on a weekend, of course). This rejuvenated my hair, made it very strong.

    I wouldn’t recommend keeping something that can sour, like mayonnaise or egg, in your hair all day, because it will start to smell as it grows bacteria. Straight Olive Oil can be left on for longer periods of time because it won’t spoil.

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