How Do I Bleach My Dyed Black Hair?


If you decide to bleach your dyed black hair, be aware that doing so WILL cause damage. Getting it bleached by a professional salon may help to minimise damage. If you decide to do it at home, get 2-3 times more light-coloured hair dye than you used to dye it black. Do not wash your hair for 2-3 days before bleaching. Follow the instructions on the kit, wait 2-3 days, and bleach again. Repeat until your hair is the shade you want. Condition well.
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Call the 1-800# found on the box of dye or email them, (to find #, go online & search the brand if you don't have the box) they're the hair color experts they can advice you best
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