High-Lift on Bleached Hair?
I have been using box dyes for years. The last few years my hair has not been lightening as much as it used to so I decided to try bleach. I used Quick Blue and 30 developer and my hair is a dark yellow light orange color now. My ends are the blonde color I want but I am having a hard time getting my regrowth to lighten as much as I want and I now have yellowish orange roots even after toner. Can I use a high-lift now on top of what I bleached or would I be better off just bleaching again? Then how do I go about maintaining my roots? I have 4 kids and can not afford a salon. Please Help!
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