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Bleach and dark streaks
« on: 07 Aug 18 / 02:36 AM »
OK so I'm not sure if this is in the right spot but here goes..  So I've put bleach and black streaks in my hair and while I really love it the black fades into my blonde and turns it a grey/ blur colour...  Any way to stop this from happening?
 

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Re: Bleach and dark streaks
« Reply #1 on: 07 Aug 18 / 01:11 PM »
This would be a geed thread to get suggestions https://www.hairdyeforum.com/index.php/topic,11009.0.html

Though itís aim is to stop colour fading, itís actually the same way to stop colour bleeding.
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Re: Bleach and dark streaks
« Reply #2 on: 07 Aug 18 / 11:03 PM »
It does it immediately when I rinse the color out, I've tried doing the dark and a few days later redoing the blonde but that is just a lot of work, I rinse with ice cold water in the sink and it still bleeds. I'm curious if it is the particular dye that I'm using.
 

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Re: Bleach and dark streaks
« Reply #3 on: 08 Aug 18 / 05:42 AM »
Unfortunately bleached hair is very porous and so can suck up the dye as itís being washed out. You could try putting coconut oil on the bleached parts when dying and rinsing out the black. It will hopefully cause a barrier. To get it out, use lots of conditioner. T sounds odd, but it works as well as, if not better than, shampoo.
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