How can i color my hair with ash and not look too ashy?

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ok, i have gold in my hair(it's a very dark blonde with growing out highlights). i don't really have the money to get my hair done right now, the last time i got highlights which was over a yr. ago, she just really over did it. so anyways i was wondering if i mixed natural dk blonde with dark ash blonde if it would keep the gold out , but still not look too ashy. has anyone ever done anything like this or have any tips?

 

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Be careful. It is only the highlighted bits that are gold tinted, not the rest of your hair. If you want to 'ash' it over, choose a shade that is in the same family as your un-highlighted hair. The highlighted hair will absorb the color faster than the unprocessed hair, and it should be relatively equalized when done.

 
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well my natural hair color has gold in it, the highlighted parts are fine, except more than i wanted and lighter. she really didn't listen to what i said i wanted.i just don't know how i should do it. i'll probably just end up at the salon(a diff. one) i'm just at one of those points to where it's time for a change, ya know. but thank you for your input.

 
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Use "No-red". You can get it at Sally beauty, you mix it with your haircolor and it keeps out red and gold tones.

 

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