When the toe stopped bleeding and turned white, there is no more blood in the toe. The blood has bled away almost completely, and that is why bleeding stopped.
There are two situations in which the toe will turn white. (1) The toe has no more blood in it and there is no circulation to the toe. (2) If the toe was infected by athlete’s foot and if it was soaked in hydrogen peroxide and the hydrogen peroxide killed the tinea pedis and healed the bleeding wound, the bleeding would have stopped and the toe would have turned white.
The white color of the toe is the skin color of the toe. Now that the toe is clean, use your fingers and pinch the toe to get circulation going to the toe again.