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Re: Bleach Bath tutorial - with pictures!
« Reply #50 on: 21 Aug 11 / 02:20 PM »
I'm planning on bleaching later today, how long should I wait before I can bleach bath it?
I was thinking about leaving it a week (depending on condition) and doing two conditioning treatments in between. I'm just hoping this won't completely kill my hair :/
 

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« Reply #51 on: 06 Sep 11 / 03:42 AM »
What a great guide! :)x
 

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« Reply #52 on: 06 Sep 11 / 06:59 AM »
If I bleached my hair tonight and it's a little patchy in places how soon is it ok to bleach bath? My hair is still wet but I've got a deep restorative conditioner on it and it seems to be in fairly good condition, not gummy or anything. Also and this may sound silly but does the color of your shampoo matter? Like does it have to be white shampoo or can it be any old herbal essense stuff that may be pink or blue or whatever??
 

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« Reply #53 on: 06 Sep 11 / 10:30 PM »
thanks for the tutorial.
I shall be trying this (:
question - If i bleached part of my hair twice and the ends are still kinda brown while the rest is orange/yellow, do you think the bleach bathing will have much effect on that? :/ i want to get my hair as light as possible but its kinda hard because of dye build up and shizz :/

p.s. What purple hair dye do you use? sorry if this is offtopic, i just saw your hair in your dp and was like wow! xD its amazing!!
 

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« Reply #54 on: 17 Sep 11 / 10:14 AM »
great tut thanks :) I was soooo nervous about doing a bleach bath but following that should be easy even for me :)

Im sorry if this has been asked cos I aint been through it all (slow net)

firstly I have an xxl bleach (absolute platinum) can I do a bleach bath with this or buy something else?? if so pls can you recommend something and where from?

secondly when I do do it, my roots are my natural colour (they do say Im a dark blonde-havent been natural for yrs so not sure-but at the mo my roots look a dark brown) and the hair under the pink was bleached to a strawberry blonde, so would I do roots and wait to do ends, or ...... sorry its all going over my head lol
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« Reply #55 on: 17 Sep 11 / 02:29 PM »
thanks for the tutorial.
I shall be trying this (:
question - If i bleached part of my hair twice and the ends are still kinda brown while the rest is orange/yellow, do you think the bleach bathing will have much effect on that? :/ i want to get my hair as light as possible but its kinda hard because of dye build up and shizz :/

p.s. What purple hair dye do you use? sorry if this is offtopic, i just saw your hair in your dp and was like wow! xD its amazing!!

You could try using color zap to remove the old color and then bleach bathing i believe. If the color is only on your ends just use it on them and leave the rest. I know it's too late now but for next time if you had used color zap first you may not have had to bleach twice.
 

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« Reply #56 on: 28 Sep 11 / 02:07 PM »
Sorry if it's already been asked etc.. but my hair is blonde atm bleached it last night but its still quite yellowy, iv used purple shampoo and conditioner but wont go any blonder..

And if doing a bleach bath can you use purple shampoo? (touch of silver shampoo- ProVoke)

And will it brighten my current hair much? or shall i just bleach again?
 

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« Reply #57 on: 28 Sep 11 / 02:34 PM »
Hey, I'm not sure about using colored shampoo for the bleach bath, that's something i wondered about too but if you just bleached last night you really shouldn't bleach again so soon, you could fry your hair. You should give it a break and deep condition if for a week or 2, i know people say don't bleach more than once a month but i think that it really depends on the condition of your hair, i bleached mine like 3 times last month but it was in really good condition before the first one and i conditioned lots in between. Your hair looks good, nice and even, what color are you going for? Are you doing this to dye over with a bright color? because depending what color you're hair may be light enough. If you're doing this to be blond maybe try a toner
 

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« Reply #58 on: 28 Sep 11 / 02:59 PM »
I'm not going to be bleaching it soo soon, as its a bit frazzled ont he tips because my straighteners were too high when i started straightening lol..
Well i've bleached it from pink, but i wanted the pink brighter... but at the moment im looking to hair it blonde again as i miss my hair blonde.. but when i get bored i have my 'stargazer' hair dye ready for when i do..

Heres a pic of what it was before, (looked different in different lights)
& a pic of after bleaching with 30Vol And using purple shampoo and conditioner.

 

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« Reply #59 on: 28 Sep 11 / 03:24 PM »
my hair was similar in color after my bleachings and i tried a toner but it didn't really do much so i put a semi permanent blond dye over it, i believe I used a natural blond, or maybe an ash blonde, i can't remember right now, it was a 8 something. So you could try doing that, put a semi permanent blonde over it to tone it down and make it less yellow and then bleach again in a month or whatever if you still want to, just don't use a golden blonde.
 

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« Reply #60 on: 24 Oct 11 / 08:08 PM »
is it ok to use clear pink shampoo?
 

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« Reply #61 on: 24 Oct 11 / 08:24 PM »
yes it will be fine. i've even used conditioner.
 

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« Reply #62 on: 25 Oct 11 / 05:35 PM »


p.s. What purple hair dye do you use? sorry if this is offtopic, i just saw your hair in your dp and was like wow! xD its amazing!!

if your referring to me. deep purple and thanks. if not sorry :\
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« Reply #63 on: 26 Oct 11 / 04:49 PM »
thanks for this tutorial!!!
 

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« Reply #64 on: 01 Nov 11 / 08:50 PM »
Forgive my cluelessness, but what do you mean when you say "1.5 parts shampoo + 0.5 part water"? How would I measure this out? Any help really appreciated.

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« Reply #65 on: 02 Nov 11 / 08:06 AM »
For example, if you used 3/4 litre of shampoo, you'd only use 1/4 litre of water.

Effectively, you use three times as much shampoo as water.
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« Reply #66 on: 02 Nov 11 / 10:11 AM »
But how do I know how much shampoo, for example, to measure out as opposed to the bleach?
Sorry again - It's just not registering in my head when I read it, as I can't see what the 0.5 parts is relative to, bleach wise.

Your hair is fantastic, by the way!

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« Reply #67 on: 02 Nov 11 / 11:01 AM »
Thank you : )

It says 25-50ml of bleach should do it.  So you'd use that as your base.  As you have quite long hair (looove the red btw), you'd use about 50ml of bleach, 25ml of water and 150ml of shampoo.

Hope that make it a bit clearer :D
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« Reply #68 on: 02 Nov 11 / 11:02 AM »
Much clearer, thank you! :D

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« Reply #69 on: 04 Nov 11 / 12:55 AM »
This tutorial helped me tons~~ I was initially very afraid of bleach but this is great. Thanks!
 

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« Reply #70 on: 11 Nov 11 / 10:23 AM »
Thanks for this !
Tried this and it works wonders !
 

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« Reply #71 on: 13 Nov 11 / 04:16 PM »
getting ready to do my 1st bleach bath but still a little confused on some issues, mainly the amounts to use & the development time, on another post I read to leave for 5-10 mins, on this one it says not go over time on pack of bleach (mine says average time 25 mins) or up to 40 for dark hair. My hair is currently just past shoulder length & is a mid reddish-ginger colour which came from a surprisingly good result on very dark brown/black hair with a pre-lightener...
 

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« Reply #72 on: 18 Nov 11 / 12:48 AM »
does this work on medium brown hair ??
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« Reply #73 on: 18 Nov 11 / 01:30 AM »
Baha. It works on all hair shades, Luna.
It just works better for some and not so good for others. Totally depends on your hair type and how much dye you have in it.

If you have dyed hair with semi perms or perms, you should use a colour stripper first.
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« Reply #74 on: 18 Nov 11 / 01:47 AM »
ohh okay thankyou :)
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