Hey friends, I’m hoping you can help me achieve my dream of having creamy blonde hair! I’ve always wanted this look, but I’m not quite sure how to make it happen. Do any of you have experience with achieving this shade or know of any good products or techniques to use? I would greatly appreciate any advice or tips you could share with me. Thank you in advance for your help!
Bleaching Color: How to Achieve a Creamy Blonde Look
Hey angels, I hope you’re having a great day so far! And if you’re new here, hello and welcome! My name is Ashley, and today I’m going to talk about how to bleach your hair to achieve a creamy blonde look.
Before we begin, I want to emphasize that this video is for entertainment purposes only. Bleaching your hair can be very damaging if not done correctly. I am a fully licensed hairstylist, but I do not advise anyone to bleach their own hair themselves. Please go to a professional to help you.
Now, let’s get started. The first thing you need to do is assess your hair to determine which areas need to be lightened first and which strength of lightener you will need to use. If your hair has been previously colored or tinted, you may need to use different levels of lightener for different areas of your hair.
Once you’ve assessed your hair, you’ll need to wash it with a clarifying shampoo to ensure that it’s clean from any impurities, mineral buildup, and product buildup. Bleach can have a chemical reaction to any alcohol products like mousse, gel, and hairspray, so it’s essential to have a clean slate before starting the bleaching process.
For the lightening process, I recommend using a powdered lightener from a reputable brand like Swatcov’s Blonde Me range. Mix it with a 7 volume developer for your roots and a 20 volume developer for your mid-lengths and ends. Make sure to use a scale to weigh the products accurately.
To avoid a burning and itching feeling that bleach can have, you can add one pump of D Lorenzo’s Protect into the lightener that’s going onto your scalp. This product will protect your scalp from the harsh effects of bleach.
Once you’ve applied the lightener, you’ll need to let it sit for the recommended time, depending on the level of lift you’re trying to achieve. During this process, you can use a tail comb and wet comb to ensure maximum saturation in each section of your hair.
After you’ve achieved the desired level of lift, you’ll need to tone your hair to achieve a creamy blonde look. I recommend using a demi-permanent hair color like Weller’s shade 901 mixed with 6 vol developer. This product will add a beautiful shine to your hair and is also ammonia-free.
In conclusion, bleaching your hair can be a risky process, but if done correctly, it can give you a beautiful, creamy blonde look. Always remember to go to a professional if you’re unsure about the process or if you’re trying something new. And don’t forget to do a strand and allergy test 24 hours before applying any new product to your hair.