to the anon that posted about keeping their hair healthy when dying. I work in a salon and hair product store, use a hair oil like "Moroccan oil" or macadamia, and pure nut oil is good for your hair, shampoo and condition your hair, towel dry, apply a small coin amount of oil to your hands and run it through all your hair then dry [acts as heat protector too :)] HOPE THIS HELPS xx
haha, I actually use Moroccan Oil and it’s fantastic! It’s really good for your hair : D
The american equivalent of pro-voke is "shimmering lights" there's probably a generic brand, but at sally's beauty salon you can find it, it's well expensive, but it works wonders for the yellow/golden tones in bleached hair as well. oh, and they have some to keep brunettes from fading, but the shimmering lights doesn't pull my pink out either, so it doesn't damage any other colors you may have.
level is reached, then to get rid of any unwanted tones, use toner (or as that person said, purple shampoo). the shampoo/conditioner is intended for weekly use to maintain neutral tones. use something like a TIGI 0/1 (blue)with 8.5 vol developer for orange-ishhair. if hair is yellow-ish use 0/2(violet) with 8.5 vol developer. hope that helps. may need another bleaching or two depending on hair. all developer lifts same amount of levels, just the higher number, the faster and more damaging.
how to get colored dark hair lighter (even to white): 1)cleansing (bleach and shampoo) leave it on until hair has lifted a level or two using 20 vol peroxide. 2) deep condition-wait a few days, do not wash hair more than once every other day!!) 3) bleach hair using 20 vol peroxide, put on shower cap and leave on until hair won't lift anymore 4) deep condition, leave this shit on for 3+ hours with shower cap. S factor has the best deep conditioners!!) 5) wait a few days then bleach until desired