Sunday, December 20, 2020

My Experience and Everything You Need to Know about Hair Bleaching

Though not dyeing, bleach is a common chemical used to colour individual hairs. The reasons for dying hair are countless, many individuals that are seeking a quick way to experience a different hair look as a "blonde" do so by bleaching their hair. Interestingly enough many people who bleach their hair don't get the result they were hoping for.

Bleach is a very powerful chemical and reacts differently with some hair colors than others. When bleach is applied to a darker hair or brunette often turns a darker color and does not have the desired impact on your color. Lighter hair often does turn to a blondish white color but does not keep the hair healthy. Overall, the result of using bleach on your hair will depend on the natural hair color you have. You can always repeat the process of bleaching with consideration of hair damage. For the reasons below:

Bleach often harms hair. It drys it out, can potentially kill the roots, and leave you without the bounce you had grown used to with your regular hair and hair color. You should always be cautious with your hair bleaching efforts as you never know the long term impact it may have on your hair. Be sure to never bleach your hair too often as doing so will surely longer-term hair issues.

Individuals use bleach on more than just the hair on the top of their head. People with lighter skin tones often use bleach as a way to remove back hair. Bleach doesn't remove the hair from an individual's back, but if light enough it can make it look like an individual does not have the hair on their body parts.

Unlike bleaching the hair on your head, body hair bleaching often uses creams for the dye instead of hydrogen peroxide. These creams come with clear instructions about the length of time that should be used when attempting to bleach back hair.

While bleach is used on several different parts of hair on your body, it still is most commonly done so on your head. Be sure to consider the negative outcomes from using bleach and try lightening your hair with a traditional hair dye.

After cutting my hair short including my hair bangs that were a fail, I decided on bleaching my hair for a change...this is my first time to do a hair experiment, and also the grey hairs are coming out. I wanted to have a new look, and hair would grow back fast after months so this move is not permanent. 

The hair bleach technique was non-professional, it was applied as-is with no instructional manual.

The outcome: I am enjoying this hair color and I am excited to style it every day since I had it. This may not be the perfect hair bleaching technique and color but I get to know and feel what it looks like on me. What do you think of my hair color? 

Have you experienced hair bleaching before? 

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