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Wanting to go lighter? Starting a major colour correction? Wanting to remove unwanted colour?! This video could be the one for you! Bleach baths are a fantastic, more gentle approach to lightening and lifting out existing colour in your hair!
2nd Part of this video! FROM RED TO CHOCOLATE BROWN!
HOW TO REMOVE FASHION COLOUR FROM YOUR HAIR- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MoqhoCTfPIk
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B L E A C H B A T H
Scales are recommended. This is a professional Goldwell Recipe i’ve used on many clients. Of course there are always more than 1 bleach bath recipe. Some use less ingredients and are harsher on the hair. I personally prefer this one as it get the job done, yet in my experience it remains more gentle on the hair.
It is ALWAYS recommended that you seek professional help rather than do this yourself at home- if you attempt this, you are doing it at your own risk.
40g 20vol/6% Developer
40g Powdered Bleach.
If you have no scales you can use a Tbs or Tsp to measure.
EXAMPLE 1tsp = 1 part.
1 Part Conditioner, 2 Parts Shampoo, 3 Parts water, 8 Parts Peroxide & 8 Parts Bleach.
PLEASE NOTE- These ARE chemicals! I always recommend going to a hairdresser to have your hair done professionally. These chemicals are no joke so please always skin test, read MFD and take care! Ive tried to be as clear as possible with my steps, but please not if you do this yourself at home, it will be at your own risk.