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... My friend brushed hydrogen peroxide through her hair and slept on it and it lightened her hair so much. She went from a dark brown to a very light brown. It wasn't necessarily pretty but it definitely fit with summer weather. ... (14 replies)
... i have dark brown hair and i just want to lighten it up a bit to a brighter shade of brown with hydrogen peroxide. how should i do this? ... (1 replies)
... okay i am doing my hair right now with hydrogen peroxide just to see how the results turn out i did it yeaterday and left it in for 1 hour washed it out and it felt kinda like straw and barely lightened up now i am goin to leave it in all night and see how it does lets just pray my hair doesnt fall out (14 replies)

... maybe hydrogen peroxide for a few minutes just to lighten it a little? ... (6 replies)
... Theoretically you could use hydrogen peroxide, however, since your hair is so dark it probably wouldn't work that well. ... (7 replies)
... hair. I wanted to put a few streaks of fun color in my hair myself, but I know in order to do so I would need to lighten the strands first. ... (7 replies)
... Hydrogen Peroxide is not a bleaching agent for your hair. I think you are thinking of just plain Peroxide. Buy the products that actually are just for frosting your hair...you can do as little or as much as you want. ... (7 replies)
... 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 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)
... speaking! it will, without a doubt in my mind, turn orange. The best way is to get a box of over the counter color that is just a shade or to lighter than your hair color. Do not get a color that has a gold base. In other words nothing that says lightest golden brown, or lightest reddish brown. ... (1 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)
... 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)
... i wouldn't use hydrogen peroxide. it might not give you what youre lookin for.. or am i confused, are you just asking if hydrogen peroxide is in the dye.. ... (5 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)
... 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)
... you should never go past 2 shades with your hair, so if you do it that way, just get a medium or light brown for now, and just work your way back to blonde, if that is the color your trying to achieve. ... (6 replies)
... I know it's expensive, but you should go to a salon and have it done professionally. Anything that you try to do at home is going to severely damage your hair and you'll end up having to cut it super short to start all over again. ... (6 replies)
... u can get a bleaching kit... then I would recomend something like Clairol Complements Lightening Gel or Wella Wellite. Most people I know who highlight their own hair use this stuff and it works great. ... (7 replies)
... is natural lightner, a bleaching agent. Acidic. Once you wash your hair, it will not take out the lightening effect. The lightened effect will last until your hair grows out. ... (10 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)




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