Hello girls! You are gonna read something about hair bleaching tips. Bleaching your hair before you dye it can make it a lot easier to achieve a more natural color. However, you may not realize it, but if you bleach your hair,. There are a few things that you need to keep in mind.
First of all, you won’t want your hair to be exposed to chlorine. This is a really, really bad idea. Not only can it potentially burn your scalp, but it can also change how your hair looks too. It’s better to avoid the pool for a few days.
Second, you need to make sure that you use a shampoo that is for colored hair. So that you can maximize it’s life and keep it that color for a long, long time.
Next, you need to make sure that if you have really dark hair that you have it dyed instead of dying it by yourself. While DIY is very popular, some darker shades just refuse to be dyed. Since bleach is really, really hard on your hair, it’s often even harder to bleach hair that is really dark brown or even black. In order to have it dyed safely, go to the salon.
However, if you have lighter hair, you can often bleach your hair right at home. You will want to make sure that the bleaching agent that you are using does not touch your skin—it could cause chemical burns.
Once you have finished bleaching your hair, you may want to wait a few weeks up to a month to have it dyed your goal color.