Is Wella T28 the BEST natural blonde toner?
I’ve been bleaching and dying my hair blonde for two years now. You can go lighter by using hair products like Sun-in (if you were blonde as a kid!) and John Frieda lightening shampoo and conditioner, but I recommend bleaching and toning your hair at home.
Continue reading to see before and after pictures of Wella T28. Find out if you should use Wella T28 toner or a different color toner.
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Wella T28 Toner Review with Before and After Pictures
Topics Covered Include:
- Wella T28 Before Pictures
- Picking a Toner Color – Why I Chose Wella T28
- How to Use Wella T28 Toner
- Wella T28 (Natural Blonde) Results
- Wella T28 Before and After Pics
- YouTube Video with T28 Before and After Pics
- Where to Buy Wella T28
- Frequently Asked Questions
In this article:
Before Pictures of Wella T28 Toner
Below are the BEFORE pictures of Wella T28 toner. As you can see, I had dark blonde hair. I didn’t like my hair color, despite spending $150+ at a salon to get it done less than 1 month ago! (I’ll be writing a whole article about why I prefer to do my hair at home vs. go to a salon).
Before T28 Picture – The Back
Before T28 Pic – Underneath
Before T28 Picture – The Roots of My Hair
Picking a Toner Color – Why I Chose Wella T28
Wella has 8 main toner colors for blondes.
I’ve used T18 (lightest ash blonde) from the Ash family and T27 (medium beige blonde) and T35 (beige blonde) from the Beige family previously, so I wanted to give Wella T28 (natural blonde) a try.
Natural blonde” sounds GREAT, right?
In my mind, “natural blonde” sounds a lot better than “beige blonde,” so I bought Wella T28 online from Sally’s to try something new.
Plus, I assumed that T28 would cut out the yellow hues and brassiness from my hair, since it is in the “silver” family. When I used Wella T18 it cut out ALL the brassiness from my hair, so I assumed that T28 would do the same since the shades look so similar in the pictures.
How to Use Wella T28 Toner
You should bleach your hair to lighten it before applying toner. After lightening your hair to pale yellow, you can go ahead and add the toner.
Step 1: Bleach Your Hair
You’ll need to bleach your hair before applying the Wella T28 toner.
Step 2: Apply Wella T28 Toner
Then, you can apply the toner.
Wella T28 Toner Instructions
- Mix 1 part toner to 2 parts developer in a bottle.
- Apply the toner to your hair.
- Wait 20-25 minutes.
- Rinse out with conditioner in the shower.
Wella T28 (Natural Blonde) Results
I’ll admit, I wasn’t in love with the Wella T28 (natural blonde) results. Below is a picture of my hair. I'll be honest. I don't love Wella T28.
T28 kind of reminds me of barbie-colored hair. Not natural-looking at all!
Wella T28 Before and After Pics
Below is a Wella T28 before and after pic with a side-by-side comparison, as well as more Wella T28 before and after pictures.
Before Wella T28
After Wella T28
More After Wella T28 Pictures
YouTube Videos with T28 Before and After Pics
It can be hard to see before and after pictures online; the lighting can be deceiving!
Check out these two videos to see a more realistic view of Wella T28 before and after.
Dark Blonde Hair BEFORE using Wella T28
Christina Marie’s Review of Wella T28 AFTER Using Wella T28
Want to See the WHOLE DIY Video?
Want to see the entire video with step-by-step instructions for bleaching your hair, toning your hair, and using Wella T28? Check out the DIY hair video by Very Easy Makeup on the YouTube channel.
Where to Buy Wella T28
You can buy Wella T28 toner and developer from Amazon.
Frequently Asked Questions About DIY Hair at Home
What volume toner should I use to bleach my roots?
I’d recommend 20 volume developer. It’s strong enough, but not too strong that you’ll ruin your hair.
How long should I leave bleach on hair?
25 Minutes. No more than 30 minutes, and more than 20 minutes.
What volume toner should I use for Wella toner?
I’d recommend 20 volume developer.
How long should I leave toner on hair?
I’d recommend 20-25 minutes. You’ll need to leave it on for more than 15 minutes, and 35 minutes will be too much.
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Have fun going blonde!
Christina Marie from Very Easy Makeup