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White hair - how?
« on: 08 Jan 17 / 12:21 AM »
Hello *waves*
I want to make my hair snow white, but does not work. Here are a few examples that clearly show what I want:


I would be very grateful if you tell me how can I do the color shown in the photos.
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Re: White hair - how?
« Reply #1 on: 08 Jan 17 / 08:56 AM »
Bleach you hair to inside of a banana shade of yellow and tone with purple shampoo or purple direct dye mixed with cheap white conditioner.

It is that simple, yet very hard to acheive. I can't. There's too much yellow in my hair and so I can never get quite enough out, so it's never quite white or it takes in too much of the purple toner and goes grey or lilac (the only time it does go white means it's been pushed too far and will start breaking very soon). It just isn't possible for all of us.

So, I ask, what is your natural colour and hair history (dying, bleaching etc)
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Re: White hair - how?
« Reply #2 on: 08 Jan 17 / 04:08 PM »
Bleach you hair to inside of a banana shade of yellow and tone with purple shampoo or purple direct dye mixed with cheap white conditioner.

It is that simple, yet very hard to acheive. I can't. There's too much yellow in my hair and so I can never get quite enough out, so it's never quite white or it takes in too much of the purple toner and goes grey or lilac (the only time it does go white means it's been pushed too far and will start breaking very soon). It just isn't possible for all of us.

So, I ask, what is your natural colour and hair history (dying, bleaching etc)

My story about painting? Well ... Overall I painted several times and was in red and green. And as bleaching many times I've done it, even the summer for three months did it 5 times. All times do directly with blue powder / Supra and oxidant 40, stand 40-50 minutes, but keep my hair is quite short. For a short summer there was a moment that was more long enough to pick it up and put it on one direction, but mainly keep it 2-3 number.
Can you recommend any of these products you listed above to achieve white. But otherwise also I know it can be achieved if every week bleaching and hair again keep her pretty short, but dying your hair like that.
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