I wouldn't, especially if that red hair is already fading to white - which is what red hair does, even though we call it "graying.. You see, when our hair begins to turn gray, white (or in my case) silver, we are losing pigment. Once the pigment is gone, there is nothing to hold onto. So, bleaching will only ruin our hair.
by hubsy4 years ago
If you could have any hair color, what would it be?
by Lafrowda12 months ago
The origin of Red Hair ?I am Cornish, another "Celtic" fringe people. Here in Sennen, near Lands End anyone with Ginger or Red hair was called a "Red haired DANE", referring to the Viking incursions....
by twogroce7 years ago
Red hair dyes tend to fade quickly, what tricks are there to preserve the vibrant color longer?
by dashingscorpio5 years ago
It appears one of the latest vanity activities is "anal bleaching". If you don't believe me do a...google search for these products. My question is, (Why would anyone be worried about the color of their anus?)...
by keepitnatural2 years ago
Urgent help needed! I have a job interview tom. & a hair bleaching process gone drastically wrong!I have dyed red hair with some dark root growth. I tried to bleach it blonde but ran out of product & now I...
by Myn Is Me5 years ago
What is the ratio of red blood cells to white blood cells?
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