Hair Bleaching & Lightening
Dyeing my hair from black, through red to blonde. How to achieve a light platinum blonde, and keep it looking fresh and bright.
The alternative to bleaching your hair harshly - bleach bathing. Using the 'bleach bath' method can be a much kinder alternative for your hair than normal bleaching methods and can cause less damage.
Face it, we all know bleaching and coloring our hair is hard to do without a professionals help, but there are ways you can do it yourself without all the frightening damage you've heard of.
Avoid expensive and harsh salon treatments and naturally lighten your hair at home using common household products such as olive oil, chamomile tea, honey, cinnamon and lemon juice. Lots of ways.
Is your hair too dark? Are you trying to lighten it without creating a hair disaster? Try this method using Vitamin C to naturally lighten your hair a shade or two without damage in one hour.
How to dye your hair blonde from a dark brown. Warning: my experience was not good.
There is worldwide knowledge that bleach will ruin your hair, sometimes to the point of no-return. However, there are some steps you can follow to not damage your hair at all and prevent split ends.
Shampoo for blonde hair is a must, especially if you have bleached blonde hair. Find out which shampoo I use to maintain my blonde hair and to keep brassiness at bay.
Bottle blondes might know some of these truths too, however it's the natural blondes this was written for. What do you have to add?
Learn how to bleach your hair at home! Get great results that last without spending a fortune at the saloon.
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