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Toning Yellow & Orange Undertones with Nadia Aboulhosn

When designer, blogger, and model Nadia Aboulhosn (@nadiaaboulhosn) started to see a combination of brassy orange and yellow undertones in her naturally wavy/fine hair, she knew that oVertone could easily solve the problem with a combination of products.


After slowly lightening her dark brown hair, Nadia started to see a shift in sections that had been lightened to a light brown-blonde ombre towards the ends. To reach her desired ashy blonde shade, Nadia reached for two different Toning Conditioners, Purple and Blue. 

“I washed my hair the night before and let it air dry. Then put the Purple Toning Conditioner directly onto my dry hair. I let it sit on my hair for 3 minutes and then rinsed it out. Then on semi-wet hair I applied the Blue Toning Conditioner and let it sit for 3 minutes. Then shampooed it out.”

To ensure her hair was fully saturated, Nadia brushed through sectioned-off portions of hair before letting it sit. Then, after she applied and thoroughly rinsed both Toning Conditioners, Nadia blow-dried her hair and was pretty amazed by the results. “I couldn’t believe how much it removed the brassy color in my hair. It was definitely softer and had more shine to it once it dried; I plan on using it each time I wash my hair.” 

As someone who self-admittedly has a hard time settling on one hair color, (“The second I become blonde, I want to go darker. Then when I become darker, I want to be blonde.”) Nadia knows the easiest way to keep any color maintained “What I love most about oVertone is how low maintenance and easy it is for such a drastic result.”


If you’re seeing both yellow and orange undertones in your shade, try Nadia’s winning combo of Blue and Purple Toning Conditioners. Need something different to neutralize? Check out our full line of Toning Conditioners right now.


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