How do you use peroxide to lighten hair?

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To lighten hair with hydrogen peroxide one needs to mix a 50/50 ratio of peroxide and water. Spray the mixture all over the hair and let set for fifteen to twenty minutes. Rinse hair with warm water and dry. If the hair doesn't lighten enough one can repeat the process but should be aware that this process does dry out the hair.
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1. Combine 1 cup of peroxide, 2 tbsp. of honey, two egg yolks and the juice from one fresh lemon, stirring well. These measurements are for medium length hair, so if you have long
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Hydrogen Peroxide to be more precise is essentially water with an extra Oxygen molecule. In a solution of about 3% Peroxide you can permanently and safely lighten hair. Use it in
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Do NOT use peroxide. it will turn your hair orange.
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You can bleach your hair with peroxide by mixing the peroxide with water in a spray bottle. Spray on and leave it set for 45 minutes to an hour. Rinse well, then condition, as peroxide
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How to Lighten Hair With Peroxide
Peroxide may be one of the oldest tricks in the book for lighten hair quickly, easily and cheaply. Peroxide will permanently lighten your hair just as well as over-the-counter products; however, it doesn't contain the vast array of toxic chemicals that... More »
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