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Hazillian

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Re: Bleach Bath tutorial - with pictures!
« Reply #75 on: 18 Nov 11 / 02:43 AM »
Very welcome. <3
 

Mymble

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Re: Bleach Bath tutorial - with pictures!
« Reply #76 on: 23 Nov 11 / 07:31 PM »
 Has anyone used the Colour B4 or Jobaz pre-colouring shampoo as a base for a bleachbath? I was wondering how it would come out, ie would it damage the hair more or somesuch?
 

meeshybop

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Re: Bleach Bath tutorial - with pictures!
« Reply #77 on: 23 Nov 11 / 08:39 PM »
hmm im wanting to do this, colour b4 shapoo>bleach bath>dye. I think ill be doing it on friday, so if you do it before me let me know how it turns out!!
 

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Re: Bleach Bath tutorial - with pictures!
« Reply #78 on: 24 Nov 11 / 11:38 AM »
 I think I'll be doing it Friday too, its JoBaz remover day today  ;D

 Are you going to use the Colour B4 shampoo before the bleach bath and a different shampoo for the bath or are you using the B4 for the bleach bath itself? (Eeek, what a tongue twister!)
 

meeshybop

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Re: Bleach Bath tutorial - with pictures!
« Reply #79 on: 24 Nov 11 / 06:50 PM »
nah, im using pantene in the bleach bath :)
 

drakkie

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Re: Bleach Bath tutorial - with pictures!
« Reply #80 on: 26 Nov 11 / 07:00 AM »
Im thinking about doing this next month and i was wondering if it would be okay because of my hair.  Ive...
....possibly bleached it once every year since 2008 then, threw on colors after that. Mightve thrown on normal colors on it once after that a couple of times.  But within this year Ive thrown on red and thats it....i believe...it was last nov i bleached under my hair and thats it...

SO i guess im asking,would this mess up my hair even more?  I want to go LIGHT as possible for my purple to go more purple ;).. Also if i go with the 40 it should be fine right??
 

karstasaurus

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Re: Bleach Bath tutorial - with pictures!
« Reply #81 on: 30 Nov 11 / 09:58 AM »
I tried this last night and it worked a treat! :)

I followed the instructions to the T (I used the Pantene Clarifying Shampoo) and it is definitely the biggest difference in lightening with as little damage to my hair that I've ever done.

It left my hair extremely brassy in some places but I followed it with Clynol Tone Shot Crystal which left my hair a wonderful silvery white and then did a conditioning mask with a tiny bit of Crazy Colour Pinkissimo to give me what I've got right now.

I'm definitely going to swear by bleach baths now! :D
 

ScarletSaint

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Re: Bleach Bath tutorial - with pictures!
« Reply #82 on: 01 Dec 11 / 11:26 PM »
I'm planning to bleach bath my hair next week but I've suddenly realised I don't know if I have the right shampoo. Will most be okay? I mean I won't use ones I had for my coloured hair but if I just used a plan pantene pro v shampoo perhaps, do you think it would be okay? xxx
 

ajc109

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Re: Bleach Bath tutorial - with pictures!
« Reply #83 on: 13 Dec 11 / 07:07 PM »
can I use anti dandruff shampoo?
 

SimpleShadow

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Re: Bleach Bath tutorial - with pictures!
« Reply #84 on: 17 Dec 11 / 08:01 PM »
sorry to sound stupid, but this would work with boxed bleach too, like XXL live? and is 2 parts of shampoo the same amount of bleach you measure out but multiplied by two? :D
 

NaomiMetalface

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« Reply #85 on: 18 Dec 11 / 12:47 PM »
yes to both of your questions ;)
 

Pierced Musie

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Re: Bleach Bath tutorial - with pictures!
« Reply #86 on: 02 Jan 12 / 12:37 PM »
I have 2 questions about the bleach bath.

1. I bought a box of BBlonde 40 vol. so can I use the sachets out of that box to do a bleach bath?

2. Does anyone have the exact measurements of each part. My sister is the one doing the bleaching and she prefers things in exact measurements.

Any answers or comments will be extremely helpful.
 

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Re: Bleach Bath tutorial - with pictures!
« Reply #87 on: 02 Jan 12 / 04:04 PM »
pierced musie - i used the bblonde (the jerome russell stuff right?) and the bottle is 60ml developer? 120ml of shampoo (on damp hair), and the entire sachet of powder will do it. you just double the amount of shampoo to the amount of developer you use (for damp hair), as the bblonde instructions are to use an entire sachet with the entire mini bottle. the bblonde is fine to use, it's what i used initially :)
 

meeshybop

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Re: Bleach Bath tutorial - with pictures!
« Reply #88 on: 02 Jan 12 / 04:59 PM »
I do it a bit different, I use an equal part of coconut shampoo as developer, so 75ml of shampoo + one bottle + one sachet.
I usually double this up as my hair needs more of the mixture to cover it.
This is all put on top of hair that's been saturated in coconut oil for a few hours, and I start from the roots then do the lengths as my natural colour is dark and im pink at the mo.
 

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« Reply #89 on: 02 Jan 12 / 05:25 PM »
the mini bottles of developer are 75ml aren't they? >.>; i googled but couldn't find an image that let me see the numbers on the bottle .. oops ^.^; sorry!
 

meeshybop

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Re: Bleach Bath tutorial - with pictures!
« Reply #90 on: 02 Jan 12 / 07:48 PM »
yeah :)
 

Pierced Musie

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Re: Bleach Bath tutorial - with pictures!
« Reply #91 on: 03 Jan 12 / 10:33 AM »
Thanks for the help. Will post the results at the weekend when I've done the 1st bleach bath.
 

babyvamp92

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« Reply #92 on: 20 Jan 12 / 10:04 PM »
i don't understand the measurments
would i measure out -
50ml powder bleach
50ml peroxide
50ml shampoo
????
 

xana

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« Reply #93 on: 24 Jan 12 / 10:45 PM »
Is there a specifical shampoo we should use when bleach bathing? Like, should we avoid the ones with certain ingredients in them or something? I recall reading something on that but don't know what it was exactly ^^''
 

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Re: Bleach Bath tutorial - with pictures!
« Reply #94 on: 25 Jan 12 / 07:36 AM »
Babyvamp, the measurements would be

50ml powder
50ml developer
100ml shampoo if applying to damp hair or
75ml shampoo 25 ml water if applying to dry hair.

Xana, I think a lot of people use clarifying shampoo for this because it's often clear, but any shampoo will be fine.
 

xana

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Re: Bleach Bath tutorial - with pictures!
« Reply #95 on: 25 Jan 12 / 01:21 PM »
Thank you for replying, to both questions actually! :3
I shall look into the clarifying shampoo, or at least one special for coloured hair would be a good investment while I'm at it.
 

Jessicoo

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« Reply #96 on: 27 Jan 12 / 10:03 PM »
I'll be trying this sometime maybe within a month I think, because I want a nice bright Blonde  :) and this seems easy to do.
I hope it works!
 

PeruvianSkies

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Re: Bleach Bath tutorial - with pictures!
« Reply #97 on: 03 Feb 12 / 06:47 PM »
How do you apply a bleach bath to your hair? Do you apply it like a regular bleach job or like shampoo?

I'm just asking as with regular bleach jobs I tend to miss spots. I'm hoping with this that I can foam it up and spread it like I spread shampoo for a more even result.
 

pippachainsaw

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« Reply #98 on: 04 Feb 12 / 06:35 PM »
as long as you mix it with water(if applied on dry hair) then i'd imagine you can do it as a shampoo. just remember that your roots will still lift quicker even though its diluted =)
 

PeruvianSkies

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« Reply #99 on: 05 Feb 12 / 09:56 PM »
Thanks Pip! Shall be doing this on Friday, then I can finally go Alpine Greene! Cant wait!
 

 

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