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... IMO 40 vol. is one step up from 30 vol., and is not a whole lot harsher on the hair than the lesser, not only that, but the peroxide is only one of 2 ingredients required to remove pigment. If in fact your hair is BLACK, you'll need 40 as bleach will only lift so far. ... (7 replies)
... I was a hairdresser for 20 years, so let me give you some pointers. Be sure to test an area of you skin before you try bleaching. ... (2 replies)
... No offense, but the 40vol idea is bad... especially for someone who has never bleached their own hair before. 40vol developer is extremely harsh, not recommended for the scalp, and especially not for someone who doesn't know exactly what they're doing. She could end up with chemical burns. ... (7 replies)

... so it's definitely not as bad for hair, especially if it's diluted with water. ... (14 replies)
... it will burn your scalp. So if you want to do your whole head you need to go to a local supply store and ask for on the scalp bleach. ... (5 replies)
... Oh jeez... people exaggerate way too much sometimes. Firstly, there IS a lot you can do to correct the color and it is not true that once you dye your hair black that it will stay that way forever. Don't try peroxide, it won't do you any good. ... (6 replies)
... it will strip that color right out. But the bleach kits are harsh on your hair. I am not fond of the color of that, I'd recommend using another shade of blonde afterwards. ... (6 replies)
... But the color only really shows up on the top of my head, where my hair is lightest. The darker, underneath part of my hair is left looking kinda drab, and doesn't absorb much of the haircolor at all. ... (5 replies)
... Theoretically you could use hydrogen peroxide, however, since your hair is so dark it probably wouldn't work that well. ... (7 replies)
... I'd used peroxide in middle school, and it also made my hair very dry and brittle. Perhaps get a highlighting kit and ask a beauty supply store about application or just get a few strands highlighted by a colorist at the salon. It can be much healthier for your hair. ... (14 replies)
... Ok, I think I know what you are saying now. The answer is no. You will have out growth. It is really hard to change color and then go back to the same color of blonde. Your best bet, if you can afford it, is to have a professional do it. Going lighter can be a scary thing. ... (5 replies)
... OKAY DON'T USE PEROXIDE OR BLEACH AND IF YOU VALUE YOUR HEAD OF HAIR I WOULDN'T GO TO A SCHOOL TO GET IT DONE CHEAP. THESE PEOPLE ARE LEARNING AND MESS UP ALL THE TIME. MY HAIR IS TO MY BUTT ALMOST, SO THERE IS NOWAY I WOULD RISK IT. I HAVE COLORED MY HAIR FOR YEARS AND ALSO DONE HIGHLIGHTS. ... (14 replies)
... I agree about going to the salon for help with your hair. At home remedies can really be damaging and you might regret the hydrogen peroxide. I think that would bleach too much. ... (6 replies)
... but that might be too dangerous...not because the product is intended for bleaching hair but because the strength of the hydrogen peroxide is too high. ... (14 replies)
... Wow all that hair dye then peroxide! I know nothing of this. But if where of to fall out it have right away. ... (3 replies)
... If you have dark hair it will only lift to a certain extent. using bleach alone. ... (6 replies)
... First of all, I want to say that I have a REALLY terrible hair history. It's been every color known to man, color on top of color, bleach on bleach, relaxer on relaxer. I had a friend in Hair School, and I was the guinea pig as a teenager. Growing up, my hair was wavy, fine, and dark blonde. ... (7 replies)
... My hair is naturally curly and hair dressers always advise against bleaching my hair as it would damage my hair and lose the curls. ... (5 replies)
... Of course colour lifts colour.....it's the peroxide of 20, 30 or 40 volume, depends on the needs. For a two shade lift, that's absolutely no problem, colour or no colour! ... (3 replies)
... Glow" for years and always had great results. Follow the directions and as the other poster said, don't pull too much through the holes. I always had my husband or a friend help me with the back of my head. ... (5 replies)




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