Monday, November 23, 2015

Bleach shampooing... How to!

I love to add fun colours to my hair!!! I change it up all the time very seldom worrying about the damage caused when I want to remove the colour. 

When I found out about bleach shampooing my life changed when it comes to damage!

I will say that I only need to shampoo bleach once every 6-8 weeks. If you do more then that, damage will be more severe but it will still be. Unchanged less significant then straight beaching each time you want to change your hair colour.

What you will need... Clear shampoo, bleach powder, developer, coconut oil and a hair mask.

1) My first step is to soak my hair with coconut oil... Usually for hours before I move forward with the other steps. This really limits the damage to my hair by filling the pores of my hair and limiting damage. (Let's me real I still get damage but not as much) Coconut oil not shown as mine was gone.

2) Next I mix 2 ounces of shampoo, 1 ounce of 20 vol developer and 1 ounce of bleach (blue tinted is best)

3) The third step is to add the concoction to your hair being sure any areas where you need colour removed are soaked well. Once you feel evenly coated bundle your hair on your head and cover with a shower cap to trap in heat therefore moving the process along quicker. 

Now most articles state no longer then 20 minutes... Use this as a guideline but check often to see how things are moving along.

Once results are achieved wash out the shampoo and deep condition. You may choose to tone or wait for another time. 

For me this process also lightens my roots as much as I need so it's an all In onene step for me.

If you have tried this process what did you think?? If not do you think you will give it a try?

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