05-16-2010, 10:30 AM
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Join Date: Apr 2010
I didn't buy it on e-bay. My friend works for goldwell. My hair is actually really healthy for being bleached. I always have someone else apply it to the back of my hair. I have had no breakage since yesterday when I did my hair. I've been dying my hair for years. I was just unsure of that equation.
I've studied chemistry and did a lot of research on hair. I have friends who are hair dressers. It was just a late night question and I just posted it here instead of bugging my friends at like 2 am.
I've never had my hair break off because of bleaching my roots myself, but actually had two hair dressers fry my hair to a cotton candy feeling. Then I was forced to cut it off. That is the reason I don't go get my hair dyed. I've learned through trial and error what works for my hair and what doesn't.
I'm not trying to be rude, but you don't have to be a hair dresser to bleach your own hair. I always follow the directions exactly. This was just the first time the instructions ever gave the option 1:1 or 1:2. So I wanted to make sure what I was reading was correct (I got my answer). If you want to do it yourself, you have to have a basic understanding for how the product your using works. You have to follow the directions, not rebleach hair that has already been bleached, use good products, use treatments, use heat or no heat, and have someone help you do that back. I've never had a problem. I was just curious and I wanted to know if there was a better product over Goldwell or Wella to get hair platinum. I've tried Quick Blue, L'oreal, Wella, GoldWell, and I believe Redken a salon used.
I can understand why people doing their own hair can bother you. My friends see it all the time. People mess up there hair and then spend tons of $$ to fix it. More then what it would of cost in the first place. Most of the time they rebleach and bleach to achieve white and fry their hair.
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