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Bleaching your hair that wont damage it much.
Hey, again. I'm here for another project. :)

So, I had brown hair, as you can see. I liked it, but I wanted blonde hair. I had researched it for a year. One month before I was planning on bleaching it, I was preparing me hair. :)

I don't have pictures, because I have already bleached it. :)

Posted by alexandraxoxo from Johnson City, Tennessee, United States • Published See alexandraxoxo's 5 projects »

  • Step 1

    One month before you plan on bleaching your hair, start preparing your hair!

    1) Start using a leave in conditioner everyday on the lower part of your hair.
    2) Deep condition your hair once a week.

  • Step 2

    One week before you plan on bleaching your hair, stop washing your hair. I know it is gross. Stop one week to 3 days before you are going to bleach your hair.

  • Step 3

    Now, we are bleaching. Buy whatever bleach and developer you are using. I used 30 volume from Salon Care and Salon Care Prism Lites bleaching powder. I suggest using a on-off scalp bleach, unless you are bleaching your ends which then it wont matter.

    I don't suggest 40 volume. It may cause breakage.

  • Step 4

    Follow the instructions.

    Mix the amount of bleach and developer. If you have longer hair or thicker hair, I suggest doubling the recipe. It is better to make too little, then too much.

  • Step 5

    Apply it to your hair.

    Wait the amount of time.
    I do not suggest going over 60 minuets. Keeping it on that long will ruin your hair, and may cause breakage.

  • Step 6

    After your wait time, wash it out. Shampoo and Conditioner.
    Add leave in conditioner.

  • Step 7

    Wait a couple days or a week to repeat this process. I waited 3 days, in which I did not wash my hair in the time. The bleach did very little damage to my hair.

  • Step 8

    After you are all finished bleaching, you can dye or tone your hair. I dyed my hair with a golden hair dye. :)

  • Step 9

    Please note: I am not a hair dresser. I only know from my experience from dying and bleaching my hair.

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Jayme R.
Jayme R. · Burnsville, Minnesota, US
i actually am a hair stylist, and with bleach the MAX time you should leave it on is 30 to 45 minutes. 40 volume should never be used on scalp or left on longer than 30 minutes. not washing your hair wont really affect it other than maybe causing the bleach to have to cut through more than just your hair like product buildup/natural oils. deep condition deep condition deep condition lol, you can use just regular conditioner and leave it in for as long as you want, at home i do an hour to two hours
alexandraxoxo · Johnson City, Tennessee, US · 5 projects
Jayme, thank you for the reply. I'm glad I got a hair stylist's opinion. Like I said, I am not an expert, and only know what worked on my hair. My hair is very thick and rather hard to dye and bleach. I don't use 40 volume, since I treasure my hair way to much. I kept mine on for 45 to 50 minuets and it raised my color fine, without damaging my hair. I don't use product on my hair, and my roots turned out fine the first time. Yes, deep condition. I have started to do hair mask on my hair every week or every other week.

Also, I did tell them to follow the instructions from the bleaching powder.

Thank you Jayme. I'm sorry for the delayed replay, but I appreciate your comment. Happy