BLEACH SOS! Just bleached my hair with a 40 vol and Quick Blue. Now want to use Wella Illumina.
After initial bleaching (40 vol) my hair is white blonde with orange streaks. Do I bleach it again to try to get an even tone before I add the Wella Illumina? I have no idea what I'm doing and I have my sister's wedding next week! I have some basic questions:
1. Should I bleach it again to try to get an even tone before adding the Wella Illumina?
2. Should I ditch 40 vol and get a lower strength?
3. Will the Wella Ilumina (which is lightest blonde) bring some color back to the white blonde in my hair and which developer strength should I use?
Im not a hairstylist. This is just from experience. After bleaching you should tone your hair to get the brassy color out. Highly would not bleach again until after the toner is applied.
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